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Conductor laureate Esa-Pekka Salonen is back in town to perform music of his countryman, Jean Sibelius. This broadcast also includes the world-debut of a piano concerto by Icelandic composer Daniel Bjarnason, and Bartok's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta.
Pianist Paul Lewis is the soloist in Brahms’ stormy Piano Concerto No. 1. Christoph von Dohnányi also conducts the Second Symphony by Robert Schumann.
In 1973, a young Riccardo Muti made his podium debut in Chicago by leading Mussorgsky's "Pictures from an Exhibition." This week's Chicago Symphony Orchestra broadcast features a number of highlights from Muti's tenure as he begins his final season as Music Director.
Conductor JoAnn Falletta leads the Buffalo Philharmonic and violinists Tessa Lark and Nikki Chooi in two show-stoppers for violin: Vivaldi's The Four Seasons and Piazzolla's The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
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Michael Barone hosts this program featuring music from the diverse repertoire for the organ.
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Host Robert Aubry Davis explores the sources and mainstreams of European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach.
Each week Bill explores a different theme in classical music with illuminating commentary and musical examples, over the course of time sampling from all genres and eras of classical music. This week: "Distant Neighbors" - This week features a journey to the deep and rich musical history of our neighbors to the south. Mexico’s early history of many indigenous cultures and its colonization by Spain in the early 16th century make for a fascinating evolution of its classical music. This week we travel through the centuries of Latin American music, from an Incan flute song, to a waltz from Mexico City and Mexican mazurkas.
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The Piano Matters - Wednesday at 10 PM
Enjoy conversations with and performances by classical musicians of local, national and international fame on The Classical Network's award winning program Cadenza - winner of the 2014 ASCAP Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Awards.
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