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William H. Scheide
Memorial
Tribute

The Classical Network celebrates the life of philanthropist, civil rights activist, musician, scholar, educator, and cultural ambassador, William Scheide, who died in November 2014 at the age of 100. He is remembered for having founded the Bach Aria Group and for the Scheide Library at Princeton University which houses one of the world's finest collections of rare books and music manuscripts. Ross Amico is your host for the program which includes commentary by those who knew him best, as well as reflections from his wife,
Judith Scheide. (Photo by Denise Applewhite.)
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Westminster Choir College's
An Evening of Readings and Carols
2014
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Curtis Calls with Carl Hemmingsen
Monday at 10 pm; Wednesday at noon Hear performances by the talented students of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. Bartok: Sonata for Solo Violin (Stephen Waarts, violin); Lutoslawski: Subito ( Shannon Lee, violin, Amy J, Young, piano); Fauré: "Automne,"
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