Sundays at 10:00 pm
Host Henry Fogel guides listeners through his personal record collection.
Collectors’ Corner is about discovering and rediscovering music that rocked the world in days gone by. Host Henry Fogel crafts an historical narrative out of his personal record collection, a treasury amassed from decades of jaunts to record stores and resale shops across the globe. Fogel picks a wide range of recordings which he considers, “true classics of the industry…either unusual repertoire that I feel deserve a wider public, or performances unique in their interpretive profile, sense of commitment, and intensity.”
Simon Barere, Live at Carnegie Hall
Selections by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frédéric Chopin, Robert Schumann, and more from the legendary Russian pianist’s annual Carnegie Hall concerts.
George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra: The Forgotten Recordings
Lesser-known recordings from George Szell’s illustrious nearly 25-year run as music director of the Cleveland Orchestra.
Bruno Walter and the NBC Symphony in 1940
Works by Anton Bruckner, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart led by one of the 20th century’s definitive conductors.
The Art of Ginette Neveu
The influential French violinist performs music by Jean Sibelius, Maurice Ravel, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, and more (including recordings featuring her brother, Jean-Paul Neveau, as the collaborative pianist).