The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Tuesday at 8 pm

Conducter Edo de Waart returns to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to lead them in Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 in D Major with horn soloist Daniel Gingrich. The program also features music by Mozart.

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Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

This week: "The Symphony Part 12" - Symphonies of the 20th Century, including those of Shostakovich, Lou Harrison and Ravi Shankar.
Between the Keys always finds Jed taking the listener on a creative and unique musical journey. Enjoy this program Tuesdays at 10 pm.

The Piano Matters - Wednesdays at 10 pm and Sundays at Noon

The Piano Matters compares recordings of great piano works performed by various artists past and present, analyzing and explaining differing approaches to the music.

The New York Philharmonic This Week - Wednesday at 8 pm

This week we hear works by Berg and Janacek conducted by three of the New York Philharmonic's former music directors.

Music from Marlboro - Wednesdays at 6 pm

Join host Ross Amico every Wednesday at 6 pm for Music From Marlboro, featuring historic performances from the Marlboro Music Festival.

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A Tempo host Rachel Katz this Saturday (10/13 at 7 pm) speaks with Wall Street Journal opera critic Heidi Waleson about her new book Mad Scenes and Exit Arias: The Death of the New York City Opera. The book traces the history of the opera company, which declared bankruptcy in 2013 (and has since been revived in its latest incarnation under a new management structure), its artistic triumphs and fundamental challenges, and how these experiences are informing the direction of opera companies today.

Three years after his death, my father, virtuoso violinist Roman Totenberg, made headlines all over the world when his beloved Stradivarius violin, stolen 35 years earlier, was recovered by the FBI. The story struck the hearts of so many, I think, because in such turbulent times, it was rare good, even joyful, news. And the mystery of where it had been, was finally solved.

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