Trumpet Sonata in D
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The renowned Hungarian violinist in music by Bach, Brahms, Schubert, and Mendelssohn.
Dame Jane Glover leads Music of the Baroque in the monumental work scored for double chorus, double orchestra, children’s choir and six soloists.
“It’s the right time for Bach Week to bid adieu, and on a high note.”
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Pianist Parker Van Ostrand performs works by J.S. Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wang Jianzhong, and Maurice Ravel.
Much like a gourmet dish, classical music is the result of many individual elements coming together. The composer, like a chef, must know the distinct flavor profiles of each instrument and how they complement each other.
Conductor and harpsichordist Jonathan Cohen on Handel opera and the sacred music of Bach in advance of his debut with Music of the Baroque.
An early string quintet by Felix Mendelssohn, plus a violin sonata by JS Bach.
Enjoy this festive celebration brimming with beautiful music for the season.
The Orion String Quartet and Windscape join forces to perform Bach’s influential Art of the Fugue.
A job application, an overwhelmed orchestra, and a shocking true story behind one of classical music’s best loved works.
A program for Advent featuring Magnificats and festival cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach and Johann Kuhnau.
Violinist Nathan Meltzer and pianist Umi Garrett perform music by Bach and Brahms, live from the Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago.
The music of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue owes much of its spookiness to the drama it employs.
Dame Jane Glover leads the chorus and orchestra in Bach’s Magnificat and Mozart’s Requiem.
The dynamic ensemble performs works by Haydn, Bach, and Shostakovich as well as their crowd-pleasing arrangements of folk music.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the first Black musician to win the BBC Young Musician Award, is the soloist in Dvořák’s Cello Concerto.
We all came to love classical music in different ways. Here are some of the musical first loves of our WFMT listeners, in their own words.
An interview with the entrepreneurial classical trumpeter, who has worked to establish new trumpet repertoire collaborations and commissions.
Musicians from rap to alternative to K-Pop and beyond look to classical music for inspiration! Here are just a few creative examples.
This week we feature two double bassists, both of whom have just graduated from both high school and Midwest Young Artists Conservatory.
The season embarks on explorations of both staples and forgotten gems of Renaissance and Early Music repertoire.
This week, we hear the Piano Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 44 by Robert Schumann and J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.
Need some music for a day at the beach? These classical plays are the perfect soundtrack as you’re catching rays.
We celebrate Riccardo Muti’s 13th and culminating season as the CSO’s tenth music director.