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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Tuesday at 8 pm

Sir András Schiff leads Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 and Bach's Keyboard Concerto No. 5 in F Minor from the keyboard and Bartok's Divertimento for String Orchestra from the podium.

What's In the Pocket on JazzOn2?

Find today's line-up of great jazz and community affairs programs on JazzOn2.

Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7 pm

This week: "Baltic Music" - Music from this land of lakes and islands, including works by composers Erkki Melartin, Leevi Madetoja, Heino Eller, and Arvo Pärt.
Between the Keys always finds Jed taking the listener on a creative and unique musical journey. Enjoy this program Tuesdays at 10 pm.
Enjoy world-class performances by the students of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia Wednesdays at noon and an encore broadcast Mondays at 10 pm.

The New York Philharmonic This Week! Wednesday at 8 pm

This week celebrates the anniversaries of Debussy and Massenet including Debussy's Rhapsody for Saxophone and Piano and Images pour Orchestra, and Angelus from Massenet's Scenes pittoresques

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.

'On a Positive Note' - Musicians Come Together to Share Music and Hope

Listen to past spotlights on musicians who are sharing their music and lifting spirits as we 'shelter in place' by host Rachel Katz.

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Arts and Cultural News Headlines

There's a lot that has to happen before the musicians of an orchestra can take to the practice stage and the programs are printed, and much of that preparatory work is done by the orchestra's librarian. The Philadelphia Orchestra recently announced the appointment of Nicole Jordan as its new Principal Librarian, beginning in the Fall. Jordan, who grew up in Philadephia and was the orchestra's Library Fellow from 2008-2011 while earning her Masters in Music in music history from Temple University, will also be the first African-American woman to hold a full-time position with the orchestra.

On Nov. 20, 1934, a brand new symphony brought a Carnegie Hall audience to its feet. The concert featured the Philadelphia Orchestra, led by its star conductor Leopold Stokowski. The music was the Negro Folk Symphony, by the 35-year-old African American composer William Dawson.

In the liner notes to John Coltrane's 1964 album Live At Birdland, Amiri Baraka (then writing as Le Roi Jones) contemplated the gift the saxophonist and his band offered with this music inspired by the horrific deaths of four Black girls in a Birmingham church bombing inspired by white supremacist hatred. "Listen," Baraka wrote. "What we're given is a slow delicate introspective sadness, almost hopelessness, except for Elvin [Jones], rising in the background like something out of nature... a fattening thunder, storm clouds or jungle war clouds.

Joan Marcus

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