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A slow dance and eternal song open THE GOOD MEASURE (1400), with its languorous spread of 20th and 21st century music. Debussy's piano transcription of his own "Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un Faune" is followed by Paul Dukas' "La Plainte, au loin, du faune". We'll also hear Rhapsodies and a string quartet by Charles Martin Loeffler, Aaron Copland's Clarinet Concerto, and other works by Persichetti, Pizzi and Schickele. ... See MoreSee Less

6 hours ago

Late, but finally, live! Today on BRAVO FILIPINO (1200) PI Jazzfest President Sandra Lim Viray and jazz musicians Claude Diallo and Mitch Frohman are in the studio for the PI Jazzfest 2015. ... See MoreSee Less

7 hours ago

EXPLORING MUSIC (1000) wraps up a week with Handel. Hear excerpts from Alexander's Feast, Serse and Messiah, the Concerto Grosso in G, Op. 6/1 and Music for the Royal Fireworks.

MILLENNIUM OF MUSIC (1500) presents two albums from the recently-created Obsculta label, featuring performances by the monks of Stift-Heiligenkreuz in Austria.
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11 hours ago

Enjoy the humorous Symphony No. 8, and part of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, tonight on CONCERT HOUR (2000). Following that, NIGHT LIGHTS (2100), the classic jazz program, features the 1960s jazz-guitar recordings of George Benson. ... See MoreSee Less

24 hours ago

MAESTROS YOU HAVE MISSED (1400) spotlights German conductor and composer Wilhelm Furtwängler. He directs Bruckner’s Symphony No. 5 in B-flat, Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer (with baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau), and Stravinsky’s Symphony in Three Movements.

CLASSICAL GUITAR ALIVE! (1600) follows with a 2014 interview with Norwegian guitarist Christina Sandsengen, whose debut CD “Shades and Contrasts” has been recently released. Also on the program, another recent release — a CD featuring Brazilian composer Radames Gnattali, plus a concerto by Jaime Zenamon and Gaspar Sanz.
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1 day ago

BRAVO FILIPINO (1200) showcases the multifaceted soprano Lilac Caña in Purcell, Faure, Puccini, Verdi and Piaf. Pianist Albert Tiu and cellist Li-Wei Quin play Beethoven’s Sonata for piano and Cello No. 1 in F, Op. 5/1. ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Our week with Handel continues on EXPLORING MUSIC (1000)! Hear excerpts from Giulio Cesare, the Concerto Grosso in F, Op. 3/4, Violin Sonata in G HWV 358, the coronation anthem "Zadok the Priest" and Organ Concerto in B-flat.

THE CONCERT (1100) follows with performances of JS Bach's Cello Suite No. 3 and Beethoven's Violin Sonata No. 2.
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1 day ago

Tonight on COLLECTOR’S CORNER (2000), a second program dedicated to Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic. We’ll hear Bernstein’s own Facsimile, 3 Meditations from Mass, Bloch’s Schelomo, and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor, “From the New World”. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

The New York Times calls Alisa Weilerstein the "sovereign of the American cello," and continue, "it’s not technical brilliance that makes Alisa Weilerstein’s recording of Dvorak’s much-loved cello concerto special, though the young American cellist has it in spades. It’s the take-no-prisoners emotional investment that is evident in every bar, but never more so than in the heart-wrenching slow movement, where Ms. Weilerstein’s cello appears to take on human shape." Alisa Weilerstein is featured this week on CROSSOVER (1500).

COMPACT DISCOVERIES (1600) goes to lesser-known music inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’s novel Don Quixote—Don Quixote: Humoresque for Orchestra, Op. 87, by Anton Rubinstein; Don Quixote (Symphonic Engravings) by Azerbaijani composer Kara Karayev, who was a student of Shostakovich; and Una Aventura de Don Quijote, written in 1916 by Jesús Guridi.
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2 days ago

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Clarinetist Andrew Constantino for MCOF Young Artists’ Series

WHAT | MCOF Young Artists’ Series 2014: Andrew Constantino WHEN | 8 October 2014,...

MSO Season: “Pastorale” with Regina Buenaventura

WHAT | MSO Season: Pastorale WHEN | 27 September 2014, Saturday(2000) WHERE | CCP Little...

Pianist Gabriel Paguirigan for MCOF Young Artists’ Series

WHAT | MCOF Young Artists’ Series 2014: Gabriel Paguirigan WHEN | 17 September 2014,...

Italy-based flutist Sarah Mae Gabuyo for CCP Special Concert Series

WHAT | CCP Special Concert Series: Flutist Sarah Mae Gabuyo WHEN | 15 August 2014, Friday...

Full-length Rigoletto at CCP with international cast

WHAT | Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto WHEN | 22 August 2014, Friday (1900); 24 August,...

Soprano Stephanie Aguilar for MCOF Young Artists’ Series

WHAT | MCOF Young Artists’ Series 2014: Stephanie Aguilar WHEN | 20 August 2014,...

An All-Male A Capella Concert with the Whiffenpoofs of Yale & Koro Ilustrado

WHAT | REACH: An All-Male A Capella Concert WHEN | 9 August 2014, Saturday (1800) WHERE |...

Jordan Ong at GCC

WHAT | Jordan Ong at GCC WHEN | August 9-10, 2014, Saturday & Sunday (1900) WHERE |...

Pianist Hiyas Hila performs Beethoven’s “Emperor”

WHAT | Beethoven Plus! WHEN | 9 August 2014, Saturday (1930) WHERE | FEU Auditorium, Far...

Violinist Bradley Bascon for MCOF Young Artists’ Series

WHAT | MCOF Young Artists’ Series 2014: Bradley Bascon WHEN | 28 July 2014, Monday...