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In A Broadway Minute with Howard Shapiro

Saturday at 10 am This weekend Howard reviews AMERICAN PSYCHO, the Broadway musical adapted from Brett Easton Ellis' novel and starring Benjamin Walker.

From the Top with Christopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Hear the next generation of talented, classical musicians in performances sure to wow!

What Makes It Great with Rob Kapilow
Saturday at 1 pm Join us for a special broadcast recorded live Monday night at Miller Chapel on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary. This month's featured work is the String Quartet No. 12, American, by Dvorák. The Parker String Quartet performs. (R)

A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm Rachel Katz interviews Bruce Burchmore, who is working on a documentary series on the harpsichord and harpsichordist Scott Ross.

A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky
Saturday at 10 pm, Saturday at 12 am
Requiems by Howard Goodall and Maurice Duruflé.

Celebrating our Musical Future with David Osenberg
Monday at 8 pm The Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore presents the Peabody Symphony Orchestra, Hajime Teri Murai, music director.
Mahler: Symphony No. 9.

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Pipedreams with Michael Barone
Sunday at 7 am A Houston Organ Prelude -
A sampler of some of the instruments to be featured in June during the American Guild of Organists National Convention.

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Sunday at noon (R)

Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman
Sunday at 2 pm, Monday at 3 pm
Alessandro Scarlatti: La Gloria di Primavera.

WWFM Sunday Opera
with Michael Kownacky

3 pm May 1 is Walpurgisnacht, and we'll celebrate it with two operas featuring supernatural themes: Heinrich August Marschner’s Der Vampyr featuring Martin Engel, Carol Farley, Josef Protschka, and Galina Pisarenko; also highlights from Daniel Catan’s Rappaccini's Daughter. In the final hour, David Osenberg will stop by with his interview showcasing the new opera based on Stephen King’s The Shining by composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell.

The Dress Circle with Ted Otten
and Michael Kownacky

Sunday at 7 pm, Thursday at 3 pm
Songs from shows that opened on
Broadway in May.

The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm, Thursday at 2 pm
Act Two of Donizetti's 1831 opera,
Gianni di Parigi.

Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center

Sunday at 9 pm French III: the 1870s - Saint-Saëns: Sonata No. 1 for Cello and Piano in C minor, Op. 32 (Gary Hoffman, cello, David Selig, piano);  Fauré: Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15 (Anne-Marie Mc Dermott, Nicolas Dautricourt, Yura Lee, Colin Carr).

The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm, Wednesday at 6 pm
Spring into May Day - English composers about the maypole.

Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm, Wednesday at 3 pm Shostakovich: October, symphonic poem; Bolcom: Selections from Canciones de Lorca; Pärt: Magnificat; Higdon: String Poetic

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