Haydn, Glinka, and Mussorgsky

Two trios and a piece for voice and piano.


Jubilant works by Felix Mendelssohn and Antonín Dvořák.

American Voices

Works by American composers Carlos Sánchez-Gutiérrez, George Lewis, and Joan Tower.

Schubert’s Vocal Chamber Music

Soprano Joélle Harvey and baritone Nikolay Borchev are featured in a survey of Franz Schubert’s vocal output.

György Ligeti’s Piano Concerto

Soloist Kirill Gerstein and an ensemble of all-star festival musicians in a rare and spectacular performance of György Ligeti’s Piano Concerto. Plus, the Miami String Quartet perform Dvořák’s American String Quartet.

Schumann & Handel

The trio Sonata in G Major by Handel, and a pair of songs from a vocal recital by Jennifer Johnson Cano with Christopher Cano at the piano. Schumann’s Piano Quartet in E-flat Major Op. 47 rounds out this program.

Mozart & Brahms

The lush Op. 18 Sextet by Brahms is a highlight on this week’s episode, recorded live at the Santa Fe Chamber Music festival.

Calidore Wins 2024 BBC Music Magazine Chamber Award

The quartet is one of the US’s leading ensembles.

Ravel & Schubert

Harpist Grace Browning joins a super group consisting of Bart Feller, Todd Levy, Rachel Barton Pine, William Hagen, Heiichiro Ohyama, and Felix Fan to perform Ravel’s impressionistic Introduction and Allegro. A stunning performance of Schubert’s wildly popular “Trout” Quintet closes the program.

Popper’s Requiem, Op. 66

This broadcast opens with a composition by one of the finest cellists of the 19th century – David Popper. Popper wrote his Requiem for an uncommon ensemble featuring three cellos with piano. Next, we have Beethoven’s Septet, Op. 20. Written in 1799 when Beethoven was not yet thirty, this amiable, symphonic Septet convinced Viennese audiences that he was not just …

Season Premiere: Tchaikovsky’s Piano Trio in A Minor

The 2024 Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival radio series begins with two gorgeous Romantic works: Tchaikovsky’s Piano Trio, Op. 50, “In Memory of a Great Artist,” a beautiful homage to his friend and mentor Nicolai Rubenstein, preceeded by Norwegian composer Johan Halvorsen’s Passacaglia.

Playing with Color and Form

Music by Igor Stravinsky, Claude Debussy, and George Tsontakis.

The Craft of Shostakovich

Exploring the Soviet-Russian composer’s chamber works.

Alsop, Conlon, Dudamel: Ravinia Shares ’24 Season

Plus chamber music and ensemble appearances from renowned Chicago artists.

Britten and Dvořák

A Britten canticle for countertenor, tenor, and piano; a Dvořák piano trio.

Romantic Schoenberg

The Quartetto di Cremona performs Schoenberg’s early-20th century Quartet No. 1.

French Ingenuity

A Franck violin sonata, and Saint-Saëns’ indelible Carnival of the Animals for chamber ensemble.

The Art of the String Quartet

The Calidore String Quartet presents century-spanning chamber works for four by Franz Schubert, Anton Webern, Anna Clyne, and Leoš Janáček.

Game Changers

Turning point works by Johannes Brahms, Claude Debussy, and Brett Dean — whose piece Twelve Angry Men features a dozen cellos.

Classical Winds

Spotlighting the incredible range of winds in works by Anton Reicha and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Transforming Traditions

Evolutionary works by Ludwig van Beethoven and Erwin Schulhoff.

Young Mendelssohn

An early string quintet by Felix Mendelssohn, plus a violin sonata by JS Bach.

Now Adored, It Took 200 Years for Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos to Hit Their Stride. Here’s Why.

A job application, an overwhelmed orchestra, and a shocking true story behind one of classical music’s best loved works.

Danish String Quartet

The dynamic ensemble performs works by Haydn, Bach, and Shostakovich as well as their crowd-pleasing arrangements of folk music.

Chamber Music on the Fox Returns for 10th Season

Across five flagship programs and two additional special events, the series mines chamber repertoire spanning centuries.

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