SymphonyCast - Thursday at 8 pm

Marek Janowski leads the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in works by Wagner and Bruckner.

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Music from the Cutting Edge Festival on the Thursday and Friday Noon Concerts

New works by Maria Newman, Victoria Bond and Philip Glass on Thursday, and Paul Chihara's 'Amatsu Kaze' on Friday.

Classical Conversations on Cadenza - Thursdays at 10 pm

Conversations with classical musicians on the award-winning program Cadenza. Cadenza's Summer Celebration of Women Composers continues with Maria Schneider.

Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

This week: "Ports of Call, Part 1." Sounds from composers' backyards and voyages to distant lands: bird calls in the Amazon to distant bells when approaching a safe harbor.

San Francisco Symphony Performances - Friday Nights at 8 pm

Michael Tilson Thomas leads the Symphony, the women of the symphony chorus, the Pacific Boys Choir, and Sasha Cooke in Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 3 in D minor.

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Two major acting lights, Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, are starring in Lucas Hnath’s play 'Hillary and Clinton', which is closing on Broadway after Sunday. Hear theater critic Howard Shapiro's review this week on In a Broadway Minute Friday (6/21) at 8 am and Saturday (6/22) at 10 am.

Franco Zeffirelli once said that when the curtain comes up "you have to give the audience a big thing to look at."

The Italian filmmaker and opera director gave audiences plenty to look at — in his lavishly styled operas and his biblical and Shakespearean film adaptations.

Zeffirelli died Saturday in Rome after a long illness. His death was announced on the Foundation of Franco Zeffirelli website. He was 96.

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When financial struggles forced the American Boychoir School to close two years ago, many feared the loss of a prized muscial institution that had stretched back 80 years. Very quickly, however, the Princeton Girlchoir stepped up and offered to launch a boychoir program under its auspices. Now operating as Westrick Music Academy, the combined organization features three boys' ensembles and seven girls' ensembles and is looking ahead to even more new opportunities for young musicians.

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