Concerts From The Los Angeles Philharmonic - Mondays at 8 pm

The first woman to direct the Vienna Philharmonic, Simone Young, makes her LA Philharmonic debut directing music of Benjamin Britten and Richard Strauss.

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Pipedreams - Mondays at 11 am

Enjoy music from the diverse repertoire for the organ on Pipedreams hosted by Michael Barone - now every Monday at 11 am.

Millennium of Music - Friday at 10 pm and Monday at Noon

Robert Aubry Davis hosts this program that explores the sources and mainstreams of European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach: a Millennium of Music.

Bach at One - Mondays at 1 pm

Enjoy music by J.S. Bach from Trinity-Wall Street, the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Choral Arts Philadelphia and others, every Monday afternoon - a choral lover's delight!

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Tuesday at 8 pm

A night at the museum - in music! Riccardo Muti leads Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. We also have two 19th century rarities, Dvorak's Husitská Overture and Catalani's Contemplazione.

Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

This week: "Beethoven Piano Sonatas.” Ludwig van Beethoven wrote his first piano sonata at the age of 25 and his last at age 52. We’ll sample as many as we possibly can.
Between the Keys always finds Jed taking the listener on a creative and unique musical journey. Enjoy this program Tuesdays at 10 pm and Wednesday at noon.

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There has been a lot of attention paid recently to calls for the classical music world to become more diverse, but how do you track the progress? A Tempo this Saturday (2/27 at 7 pm) looks at a partnership designed to monitor and evaluate some of these efforts in the opera world based on a pledge put out by Black Opera Alliance last Fall asking opera companies to commit to hiring more Black artists and administrators, perform more works by Black artists on main stages, and other steps to foster greater diversity.

As with the broader classical music world, musicians and ensembles in the field of Early Music have begun to explore ways to become more inclusive and diverse, and recognize the diversity that has existed in the field - from musicians of color who were participants during the Renaissance, Baroque and early Classical eras to those actively involved today.

Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste — two artists from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — met 25 years ago, in a high school orchestra class. Growing up, neither one had had much exposure to classical music; both said their parents were more likely to listen to reggae or calypso. Classical music felt like it was supposed to be for other people, which had the effect of drawing them even closer to it. Today, they play as a duo, with Marcus on violin and Baptiste on viola.

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