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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Friday at 8 pm Mei-Ann Chen, conductor. Mendelssohn: The Fair Melusina Overture; Price: Mississippi River; Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade (Robert Chen, violin), Elgar: Cockaigne Overture (Vasily Petrenko, cond.)

Well-Tempered Baroque with Dr. Lewis Baratz
Friday at 11 pm, Monday at 2 pm
Identifying Baroque Styles - Learn how to identify different musical styles that developed during the 150 years of the Baroque era.

Cadenza with David Osenberg
Saturday at 7 am
A conversation with
early music conductor Kevin Mallon.

From the Top with Christopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Hear sparkling performances from young classical musicians on radio's hit program!

A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm It’s back-to-school season, and this week A Tempo begins a series looking at issues regarding access to arts education and performance opportunities. Rachel will look at the current discussion around the role of arts and music education in the latest national education bill, which will succeed the No Child Left Behind measures, in conversations with Michael Butera, executive director of the National Association for Music Education, and Bob Morrison, chairman of the New Jersey Arts Education Partnership. She will also interview Grammy-nominated pianist Terrence Wilson, whose home was devastated by fire this past weekend.

Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski
Saturday at 9 pm, Wednesday at 2 pm
The Liturgical Haydn: Mass No. 9 in B-Flat.

A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky
Saturday at 10 pm, Saturday at 12 am week later
More little ballets!



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Pipedreams with Michael Barone
Sunday 7 am Fireworks and Dreams - Music and conversation featuring internationally touring British organist Christopher Herrick, in celebration of his 40th anniversary as a recording artist.

With Heart and Voice with Peter DuBois
Sunday at 1 pm
Sacred choral and organ music.

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

Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman
Sunday at 2 pm, Monday at 3 pm
Renowned conductor Joseph Flummerfelt is featured in conversation about his final concert recording with the Westminster Choir - the culmination of 33-year tenure with Westminster Choir College of Rider University.

The Los Angeles Opera-Sunday at 3 pm
A Henry Purcell/Bela Bartok Double Bill: Dido & Aeneas; Bluebeard’s Castle. Steven Sloane, conductor.  Cast: Paula Murphy (Dido), Liam Bonner (Aeneas), Kateryna Kasper (Belinda), John Holiday (Sorceress), Robert Hayward (Bluebeard), Claudia Mahnke (Judith),
Brenton Ryan (Spirit/Sailor).

The Dress Circle with Ted Otten
and Michael Kownacky

Sunday at 7 pm, Thursday at 3 pm
Songs from shows of July and August.

The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm, Thursday at 2 pm They first met in1935 as infants at the day care center of the cigar factory in Modena, Italy, where both of their mothers worked. Mirella Freni and Luciano Pavarotti each had long careers and this week we'll focus on the early part of those careers, both alone and together.

Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center

Sunday at 9 pm Hungarian FlairBartók: Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet and Piano;  “Hatforintos’ nota” for Voice and Piano (Dawn Upshaw, soprano, Gilbert Kalish, piano);  Dohnányi: Piano Quintet No. 1, Op. 1.

The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm, Wednesday at 6 pm
Didya Hear the One About the Didgeridoo? Australian music featuring indigenous instruments.

Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm, Wednesday at 3 pm
Music from the past half century: Rodion Shchedrin's 1971 ballet after Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.
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