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Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin
Weeknights at 7
This week’s theme is Music in 19th Century Paris.

New: The Iris Orchestra
Friday at 8 pm The Classical Network is proud to launch the first in its new series IRIS WIRED - monthly broadcasts of the IRIS Orchestra led by its founding Music Director, Michael Stern. Maestro Stern, son of the legendary violinist Isaac Stern, is also music director of the Kansas City Symphony. IRIS Orchestra is unique and an encouragingly successful model among American orchestras. It's comprised of some of the preeminent players nationwide and abroad. IRIS musicians have traveled to their home base of Germantown, Tennessee for 17 years to rehearse and perform in an exceptional climate of collegiality, always making IRIS Orchestra a priority in their musical schedules. Since its inaugural concert in October 2000 with Yo-Yo Ma as soloist, IRIS has played an essential role throughout the Greater Memphis community,and continues to be dedicated to its mission of commissioning American composers, presenting thoughtful programming that blends the best of old and new, and to serving the community through musical and educational outreach.

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The Los Angeles Philharmonic
Tuesday at 8 pm Gustavo Dudamel, conductor.  Mahler: Symphony No. 3 (Tamara Mumford, mz, Women of the LA Master Chorale, LA Children’s Chorus).

Between the Keys with Jed Distler
Tuesday at 10 pm It's Back-to-School with pieces connected with teaching and testing. Selections by Czerny, Clementi, Bartók and others.

Curtis Calls with Carl Hemmingsen
Wednesday at noon Hear performances from student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. Renié: Danse des lutins (Abigail Kent, harp), Bellini: I Capuleti e i Montecchi: "Oh quante volte" (Emily Pogorelc, soprano, Danielle Orlando, piano); Brahms: Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34 (Laura Park, Stephen Kim, violins, Zsche Chuang Rimbo Wong, viola, Oliver Aldort, cello, George Xiaoyuan Fu, piano).

The New York Philharmonic
Wednesday at 8 pm Alan Gilbert, and Semyon Bychkov, conductors.  Sibelius: Finlandia;  Symphony No. 7 (Gilbert, cond.); Mahler: Symphony No. 6 (Bychkov, cond.)

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
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