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Well-Tempered Baroque with Lewis Baratz
Friday at 11 pm; Monday at 2 pm
Caravaggio's Music

In A Broadway Minute with Howard Shapiro
Saturday at 10 am
Howard will review an Off-Broadway compilation of one-acts by David Ives called LIVES OF THE SAINTS.

From the Top with Christopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Tune in for radio's hit program featuring performances by young, classical musicians.

Classical Guitar Alive with Tony Morris
Saturday at 5 pm Guitar music by John Corigliano and others.

A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm A Tempo features a conversation with Murry Sidlin, creator of The Defiant Requiem, a multi-media concert presentation of Verdi’s Requiem that memorializes a group of Jewish singers in the Terezin concentration camp who sang Verdi’s Requiem as a means of defiance to their Nazi captors. Host Rachel Katz will speak with Sidlin and also Frederick Terna, who was living in the Terezin and heard several of the Requiem performances.

Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski
Saturday at 9 pm; Sunday at 5 am A final look at the Haydn symphonies conducted by Leslie Jones.

A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky
Saturday at 10 pm; Saturday 12 am week later
Classical saxophones and violins.



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Pipedreams with Michael Barone
Sunday at 7 am Music for the organ - the King of Instruments! Dupré and Rachmaninov - virtuosic music by two of the towering legends of the early 20th century keyboard, explored by Jeremy Filsell.

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Sunday at noon Enjoy noteworthy performances by pianists past and present.

Sounds Choral wikth MArjorie Herman
Sunday at 2 pm; SUnday at 12 am

WWFM Sunday Opera
Hosted by Michael Kownacky

3 pm Richard Wagner: Die Feen

The Dress Circle with Ted Otten
and Michael Kownacky

Sunday 7 pm; Saturday 2 am week later
Songs from the shows of March.

The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm; Sunday 12 am week later

Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center

Sunday at 9 pm Berio: Duets for Two Violins; Prokofiev: Five Poems for Voice and Piano, Op. 27 (Dina Kuznetsova, soprano; Gilbert Kalish, piano); Mozart: String Quintet
in D Major, K. 593.

The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm; Wednesday at 6 pm
And God Created Great Wales - Welsh music for St. David's Day (March 1).

Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm; Sunday 1 am week later
William Mathias: Sinfonietta, Op. 34; Magnus Lindberg: Jubilees; Piano Piece No. 3; Saulinen: Chamber Music V, Op. 80

On the Wind with Israel Herman
Monday at 6 pm; Sunday at 6 am
Michael Colgrass: Arctic Dreams; Lluís Benejam: Concerto for Saxophone.

Celebrating Our Music Future
Hosted by Marjorie Herman

Monday at 8 pm The world-renowned St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong, Music Director, in concert at the Princeton University Chapel. Program also featuring the American Boychoir, Fernando Malvar Ruiz, Litton-Lodal Music Director. (Click Listen Live above for simultaneous stream.)   Call 1-888-993-6123 WWFM Facebook
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