Mondays at 8:00 pm
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.
The Dover Quartet
From up and coming to one of the most in-demand ensembles in the world, the Dover Quartet joins us live from the Levin studio at WFMT with works of Schumann, Bartok, and Tchaikovsky. The members of the Dover Quartet are: Joel Link, violin Bryan Lee, violin Melena Pajaro-Van de Stadt, viola Camden Shaw, cello
Apollo’s Fire and Cleveland Baroque Orchestra
Tonight we will present a performance recorded on July 27, 2017 live at Ravinia’s Martin Theatre of Apollo’s Fire and Cleveland Baroque Orchestra directed by Jeannette Sorrell. The program is entitled The Four Seasons Re-Discovered: An All-Vivaldi Program.06
The 2017 Grammy Honorees
The 2017 Grammy season was an exciting one for Chicago chamber music with Third Coast Percussion, the Lincoln Trio, and Spektral Quartet securing three of the five nominations for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance with Third Coast Percussion bringing home the win. Tonight, all three ensembles will join us from a special location in the WTTW studios.
Tonight we present pianist Behzod Abduraimov recorded live in concert on August 21, 2017, from Ravinia’s Martin Theater. Included on the program are works by Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, and Prokofiev.
Kontras, WFMT’s Ensemble-In-Residence, joins us in performance for this Live From WFMT broadcast with a program entitled “Roots” – classical music that references folk styles. Kontras Quartet Dmitri Pogorelov, violin Francois Henkins, violin Ben Weber, viola Jean Hatmaker, cello
Robert Chen & George Vatchnadze
Violinist and CSO Concertmaster Robert Chen along with pianist George Vatchnadze join us live in the Levin Studio with a program of Mozart, Ravel, Brahms and Kreisler.
The Orion Ensemble returns to the Levin Performance Studio with a program entitled A Beautiful Oboe and Friends.
The early music ensemble The Strangers present music for the High Holidays, including music of little-known Italian/Jewish composer Salomone Rossi. The Strangers Allison Selby Cook, soprano Josh R. Pritchett, alto/tenor Ryan Townsend Strand, tenor Constantine Novotny, baritone Joel Spears, theorbo
KAIA String Quartet
WFMT’s Ensemble in Residence joins us in the Levin Studio with music of Latin America.
Pianist Inna Faliks joins us in the Levin Studio with excerpts from her Re-imagine Beethoven and Ravel Project. *On-demand audio featured on this site may have been edited in order to comply with U.S. copyright regulations.
Civitas and Gipsy Way
The combined forces of Civitas and Gipsy Way perform live from the Levin Performance Studio with works of Brahms, Sarasate, Sommer and more.
Pianist Daniel Schlosberg Plays Schubert, Silvestrov, and More
Pianist Daniel Schlosberg returns to the WFMT Levin Performance Studio with to play the following program: Franz Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke, D. 946 Carl Ruggles: Evocations, 4 Chants for Piano Ludwig van Beethoven: 6 Bagatelles, Op. 126 Francis Poulenc: Les soirées de Nazelles Valentin Silvestrov: Der Bote
Janet Sung and Friends
Violinist Janet Sung joins us in the Levin Performance studio with some musical friends to perform a program called A Little Night Music.
Early music ensemble Black Tulip returns to the Levin Performance Studio with a program entitled Tulipmania.
Wicker Park Choral Singers
The Wicker Park Choral Singers return to the Levin Studio for a live performance. *On-demand audio featured on this site may have been edited in order to comply with U.S. copyright regulations.
Ilya Kaler and Susan Merdinger
Recorded live in the Levin Performance studio, Violinist Ilya Kaler and pianist Susan Merdinger present an all Beethoven Program.
Vassily Primakov: Tribute to Vera Gornostaeva
Recorded live in concert at Ganz Hall at Roosevelt University, Russian pianist Vassily Primakov pays tribute to his mentor Vera Gornostaeva.
The Orion Ensemble
The Orion Ensemble returns to the Levin Performance Studio along with guest violist Stephen Boe for a program entitled Connections. *On-demand audio featured on this site may have been edited in order to comply with U.S. copyright regulations.