The New York Philharmonic This Week - Wednesday at 8 pm

This week Jaap van Zweden conducts works by Stravinsky, Debussy, and Beethoven.

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Curtis Calls - Recitals from the Curtis Institute of Music, Wednesdays at noon

Graduation Recital of Harpist Heloise Carlean-Jones on Curtis Calls

Wednesday at noon (4-24) on Curtis Calls, from the graduation recital of harpist Heloise Carlean-Jones, we'll hear Sonata for Harp by Hindemith, a Fugue by J.S. Bach, an Impromptu by Faure, the Trio for violin, cello and harp by Ibert and Ravel's Introduction et allegro . Performances from student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music, Wednesdays at noon and Monday evening at 10.

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Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

This week: "Cello Concertos" - Works by Haydn, Prokofiev, Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Villa-Lobos, Elgar and others.

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.

Classical Conversations on Cadenza - Thursdays at 10 pm

Conversations with classical musicians on the award-winning program Cadenza.

Live Organ Recital Broadcast from Princeton University Thursday afternoon

Join us as organist Jonathan Vaughn performs works by Elgar, Lemare and Widor Thursday at 12:30 pm.

SymphonyCast - Thursday at 8 pm

Giancarlo Guerrero leads the Nashville Symphony in works by Debussy, Meyer, Bottesini, and Ravel.

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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.

Arts and Cultural News Headlines

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A new interpretation of the classic musical "Oklahoma!" is anything but your grandma's 1943 show. Theater Critic Howard Shapiro reviews the revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical this week on In a Broadway Minute Friday (4/26) at 8 am and Saturday (4/27) at 10 am.

Olivier Latry, one of the chief organists at Notre Dame Cathedral, was the last artist to record on the famous instrument before the catastrophic fire on April 15 that damaged the church and caused its spire to collapse. This pipe organ is the largest in France and dates back centuries. Though it was spared from the flames, it will still require extensive renovation.

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The world watched in despair at the images of flames roaring through Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral this past Monday, worrying about the fate of this historic, architectural - and to the French, national - treasure. As the shock and disbelief settled in, thoughts turned to the magnificent works of art inside, and for those in the music world, to the Grand Organ. Built in the 1860s by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll using some parts from two earlier organs, the organ has undergone several modifications and restorations and now features more than 8,000 pipes.

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