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Cadenza with David Osenberg
Saturday at 7 am This week's guest is guitarist Pepe Romero. (R)

From the Top with Christopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Enjoy performances by our nation's young, classical musicians on radio's hit program.

A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm The first in a series of piano related shows over the new few weeks: What's New in the World of Piano Pedagogy? Also, hear the latest news regarding the
American Boychoir School.

Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski
Saturday at 9 pm, Sunday at 5 am Music of prolific composer Alan Hovhaness: Fra Angelico; Symphony No. 25, Op. 275, Odysseus Symphony.

A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky
Saturday at 10 pm, Saturday at 12 am week later
Opera composers and their non-operatic output.

Well-Tempered Baroque with Lewis Baratz
Monday at 2 pm Handel and the Queen - Dr. Baratz explores Handel's relationship with Anne, Queen of England, the last of the Stuart monarchs, who welcomed Handel to England and encouraged him to remain there rather than return to the Court of Hanover. (R)


Vera's Story

Hosted by Bill Zagorski

The Classical Network observed Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015 with the moving and emotional story of Vera Goodkin,
a Holocaust survivor. If you missed the broadcast,
a webcast version is available here.


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Pipedreams with Michael Barone

Sunday at 7 am Americans Abroad - Though relatively few in number, some significant instruments by organ builders from the U.S.A. have found themselves as musical ambassadors in foreign settings.

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Sunday at noon Enjoy noteworthy performances by Mischa Levitzki, Leonard Pennario, Louis Lortie, Cynthia Raim, Jeno Jandó, Cyprian Katsaris, and Maria Grinberg.

With Heart and Voice with Peter Dubois
Sunday at 1 pm Sacred choral
and organ music.

Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman
Sunday at 2 pm; Monday at 3 pm

WWFM Sunday Opera
Hosted by Michael Kownacky

3 pm Bernard Herrmann's Wuthering Heights. Cast: Morag Beaton as Cathy, Donald Bell as Heathcliff, John Kitchiner as Hindley, Pamela Bowden as Isabella, Joseph Ward as Edgar, Elizabeth Bainbridge as Nelly, Michael Rippon as Joseph, David Kelly as Lockwood; Elizabethansingers and Pro Arte Orchestra, Bernard Herrmann, conductor.

The Dress Circle with Ted Otten
and Michael Kownacky

Sunday at 7 pm, Thursday at 3 pm Songs asking musical questions.

The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm, Thursday at 2 pm Kurt Weill's 1930 opera The Yes Sayer, with a libretto by Bertoldt Brecht based on a Japanese Noh play; also music from Mozart's comic opera, The Impresario,

Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center

Sunday at 9 pm Mendelssohn: String Symphony in C minor (Large group of CMS players led by violinist Nicolas Dautricourt);  Dvorák: Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81 (Menahem Pressler,
Emerson String Quartet).

The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm, Wednesday at 6 pm
The Heart Won't Forget
- Marking the centenary of the Armenian Genocide.

Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm, Wednesday at 3 pm
David Diamond
: Flute Concerto; Aulis Sallinen: Introduction and Tango Overture; Robert Simpson: Quintet for Clarinet, Bass Clarinet and String Trio.   Call 1-888-993-6123 WWFM Facebook
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