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Leila Josefowicz is the soloist in Esa-Pekka Salonen's Violin Concerto. The broadcast also includes Beethoven's Overture to King Stephen and symphonies by Nielsen and Schumann.

This broadcast presents "Phil the Hall" - a 2019 event that included a wide range of works from Beethoven to Bernstein. Also featured are works from select Very Young People’s Concerts (VYPC) composers, conducted by Jaap van Zweden and presented by Nia Imani Franklin.
Julian Rachlin makes his conducting debut with the CSO in two stirring interpretations on the same theme - Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, arranged in opposite order to Vivaldi’s to account for the Southern Hemisphere.
Canadian conductor Tania Miller dazzles in a program that highlights the instrumental virtuosity of each member of Korea's KBS Symphony Orchestra. Included in the program are works by Copland, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.
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This week: "The Ballad of East and West." Explore the music of Asia, traveling to Japan, China, and everywhere in between, we will listen to instruments, sounds, folk tunes, and poetry.
Between the Keys - Tuesday at 10 PM/Wednesday at Noon
The Piano Matters - Wednesday at 10 PM
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.
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 Foundation Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Radio Broadcast Award. This week: Colombian-American soprano Stephanie Lamprea
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