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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.
Starting in July, Live from WFMT goes on hiatus. Mondays at 8:00 pm will feature broadcasts from the Ravinia Festival. Click here for more information.
Lara St. John, violin & Matt Herskowitz, piano
Live From WFMT returns to the Levin Studio, beginning with an exciting duo.
Hugh Russell, baritone and Craig Terry, piano
Hugh Russell and Craig Terry have resided in Chicago since 2005, and love to make music together whenever possible. Their performances touch on many different styles, from classical to jazz, art song and opera, to four-hands piano. And they always mix in a couple of surprises, too!
Host Kerry Frumkin welcomes the Chicago based Juliani Ensemble back to the Levin studio for this episode of Live From WFMT. The Juliani Ensemble explores works for flute trio, including well loved favorites as well as rarely heard treasures of the repertoire. Tune in to hear selections for cello, flute and violin by Haydn, Stamitz, Gliere, and Danzi.
Galvin Cello Quartet
The Galvin Cello Quartet captured the silver medal at the 2021 Fischoff Competition. Cellists Sihao He, Sydney Lee, Haddon Kay, and Luiz Fernando Venturelli met as students at Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music in the studio of acclaimed pedagogue Hans Jørgen Jensen. The group makes their WFMT debut on this episode of Live From WFMT.
Black Tulip returns to WFMT with “Court, Convent & Stage: Redefining the Early Modern Woman,” featuring vocal and instrumental works by Francesca Caccini, Élisabeth Jacquet De-la Guerre, Isabella Leonarda, Barbara Strozzi & others. Black Tulip is a multinational ensemble featuring Josefien Stoppelenburg, soprano (the Netherlands), Mirja Lorenz, recorders (Germany), Phillip W. Serna, violas da gamba (US), and Joel Spears, lutes and ...
Alexander Hersh, cello & Victor Santiago Asuncion, piano
On this episode of Live From WFMT, cellist Alexander Hersh and pianist Victor Santiago Asuncion play music by Debussy, Britten, Schumann, and Fazil Say. On November 30, Alex makes his Carnegie Hall debut at Weill Recital Hall, with Victor, once again, at the keyboard. And in his spare time, Alex loves to make short films that marry classical music with ...