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Enjoy weekly, full-length concerts Live from WFMT’s Levin Studio.
Live from WFMT, the station’s full-length recital series, presents weekly music and conversation from October through June. The program draws on the rich community of Chicago-based musicians as well as a roster of international artists who are visiting the city. Each two-hour program is performed live in WFMT’s state-of-the-art Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio.
Tonight, Live From WFMT presents a rebroadcast of violinist Robert Chen and pianist Matthew Hagle with music of Brahms, Ysaÿe, C. Schumann, and R. Strauss. Robert Chen has been Concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1999. Since then he has been featured as a soloist with conductors including Riccardo Muti, Daniel Barenboim, Pierre Boulez, Bernard Haitink, Christoph Eschenbach, Charles Dutoit, Ton Koopman, Osmo ...
The Chicago Recorder Quartet
A rebroadcast from earlier this year. The Chicago Recorder Quartet presents a recital entitled Double Take: Musical Pairings Through the Ages live from the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio. Lisette Kielson Mirja Lorenz Patrick O’Malley Laura Osterlund For more information on the Chicago Recorder Quartet.
Chicago a cappella
As part of their 25th anniversary season, Artistic Director and Founder Jonathan Miller returns to the Levin Performance Studio with Chicago a cappella presenting a program entitled Polish Splendor: Songs and traditions from the Crossroads of Europe. Here, the ensemble takes us on a journey with both traditional folksongs and stunning new works by rising Polish composers. Currently celebrating its ...
Join us for a rebroadcast of Serbian born violinist Stefan Milenkovich and pianist Rohan De Silva of the program that they presented on February 5, 2018. Serbia’s Artist of the Century, Most Humane Person, and Brand Personality of the Year, violinist Stefan Milenkovich enjoys a prolific career as an internationally sought-after soloist and recitalist, with an extraordinary productive longevity, professionalism and creativity. Established ...
Conductor and Music Director Bruce Tammen returns with the Chicago Chorale to perform live acapella choral music from the WFMT studios. “Tammen has built his Chorale into an impressive instrument, so much so that it was often easy to forget that it comprises volunteer, ‘amateur’ vocalists.” John Von Rhein, Chicago Tribune Chicago Chorale is a professional-level ensemble of singers who ...
Fulcrum Point New Music Project
Fulcrum Point New Music Project Stephen Burns, Artistic Director/trumpet Kuang Hao Huang, piano John Corkill, percussion Ross LaFleur, guitar and percussion Alex Monroe, percussion Sean Conners, percussion Ayanna Woods, piano/guitar/voice Eddie Burns, drums Zachary Goode, clarinet/saxophone Ryan Packard, drums Founder and Artistic Director Stephen Burns returns to the Levin Performance Studio with the Fulcrum Point New Music Project with works ...
Chicago Recorder Quartet
The Chicago Recorder Quartet presents a recital entitled Double Take: Musical Pairings Through the Ages live from the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio. Lisette Kielson Mirja Lorenz Patrick O’Malley Laura Osterlund For more information on the Chicago Recorder Quartet.
Joel Spears and Friends
Lutist Joel Spears returns to WFMT with an early music ensemble to perform an early 17th century Christmas oratorio. The program features lutenist/guitarist Joel Spears, The Strangers, an early music vocal ensemble, plus accompaniment by harp, violin, organ, harpsichord, and theorbo. The centerpiece of the Christmas concert will be the American premiere of a Christmas Oratorio first performed at the Vatican ...
Pianist Ian Hobson returns to the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance studio for a live recital. Pianist and conductor Ian Hobson is recognized internationally for his command of an extraordinarily comprehensive repertoire, his consummate performances of the Romantic masters, his deft and idiomatic readings of neglected piano music old and new, and his assured conducting from both the piano and ...
Members of the Elgin Symphony
This is a rebroadcast from May 4, 2018 featuring members of the Elgin Symphony with works of Beethoven and Brahms. For more information about the Elgin Symphony, click here.
DePaul University Wind Faculty
DePaul University wind faculty and Chicago Symphony Orchestra principal musicians, Stefán Ragnar Höskuldsson, flute; Keith Buncke, bassoon; and Stephen Williamson, clarinet, along with collaborative pianist Beilin Han, will join us live from the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio with works of Devienne, Glinka, Villa-Lobos, Brahms, Pierne, and Poulenc. DePaul University School of Music
Nicholas Phan and Shannon McGinnis
Lyric tenor Nicholas Phan joins us once again in the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio on this Live from WFMT. Described by the Boston Globe as “one of the world’s most remarkable singers,” American tenor Nicholas Phan is increasingly recognized as an artist of distinction. Praised for his keen intelligence, captivating stage presence and natural musicianship, he performs regularly with ...
British pianist Paul Lewis visited WFMT last week to record this Live from WFMT program in Levin Performance Studio. In this broadcast, he shares works by Haydn and Beethoven. READ MORE: How to Win Music Competitions Even if You Lose — Tips from Paul Lewis
Yuki and Tomoko Mack (Rebroadcast)
Hear the award-winning piano duo play a varied program featuring Dvořák, Falla, Liszt, and Gershwin in this encore broadcast of their June 4, 2018, Live from WFMT performance.
Sara Su Jones and Tatyana Stepanova
Violinist Sara Su Jones is joined by collaborative pianist Tatyana Stepanova for a live recital from the Levin Performance Studio. Sara Su Jones, violin Hailed as a “violinist of enviable gifts” by a Chicago Sun-Times music critic, Sara Su Jones is an award-winning violinist who has performed as a soloist throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Sara Su appears regularly ...
Jory Vinikour with Special Guest Rachel Barton-Pine
Harpsichordist Jory Vinikour returns to the Levin Performance Studio with special guest, violinist Rachel Barton-Pine.