CARL REINECKE - Flute Concerto, Op. 283; ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD - Violin Concerto in D Major; PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony No. 4
PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony No. 4
The American Symphony Orchestra's hit series Classics Declassified, hosted by WQXR's Elliott Forrest, music director Leon Botstein leads a guided tour through musical masterpieces, followed by a performance and Q&A. Rediscover the classics and make them personal in a whole new way.
Weekend of Chamber Music is delighted to report that Pulitzer Prize and multiple Grammy Award winner John Corigliano will be the WCM Composer in Residence for 2015.
The festival runs July 11th - 25th and once again features an exciting lineup of performers playing an array of works from Fauré and Beethoven to Corigliano and Honegger.
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Open End's latest release on the Albany Label consists of works composed over a span of 10 years between 1999 and 2008. Six chamber works by Anna Weesner (one solo, two duos, two trios, and one large-spirited piece scored for six musicians) make up this remarkable recording. Having been described as animated and full of surprising turns, this release offers a wonderful insight into the span of Weesner's chamber music compositions.
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Performance Today features Yousif Sheronick and the Lark Quartet's November 2013 performance of Sapo Perapaskero's Turceasca on their Friday, May 30th show.
Performance Today is America's most popular classical music radio program; the show is broadcast on 292 public radio stations across the country and reaches approximately 1.4 million listeners each week. For more specific information regarding broadcast times near you, please see our station list. The show audio is available on the Performance Today website, for seven days following the broadcast.
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The Lark Quartet's latest release Composing America has received a series of glowing reviews including a fabulous mention in Gramophone Magazine which described the record as "Impressive, Breathtaking" and "Brilliant". Laurence Vitte went on to say:
"The recording's three-dimensional reality, captured at SUNY Purchase's Performing Arts Center, sounds so magnificent that the whole musical experience actually matches the florid imagination of Andrew Waggoner's booklet-note."
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