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Classical 94.5 WNED

October 2015 Listings

Thursday 1

9 pm The New York Philharmonic with host Alec

Baldwin.

Friday 2

10 am Philharmonic Friday with Peter Hall.

9 pm The Cleveland Orchestra with host Robert

Conrad. Franz Welser-Möst conducts. Beethoven:

Symphony No. 6 in F, “Pastoral.” Ravel: “Alborado del

gracioso”; “Valse nobles et sentimentales”; “La Valse.”

Saturday 3

1 pm San Francisco Opera Handel: “Partenope.”

Julian Wachner conducts with Danielle de Niese

(Partenope), David Daniels (Arsace), Daniela Mack

(Rosmira) and Alek Shrader (Emilio).

8 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser.

Sunday 4

5 pm Philharmonic Friday (on Sunday) with Peter

Hall.

6 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

with host Elliott Forrest. Beethoven: String Trio in C

minor Op. 9, No. 3 (Benjamin Beilman, violin; Yura

Lee, viola; David Finckel, cello). Schumann: Piano

Quartet in E-flat, Op. 47 (Wu Han, piano; Daniel Hope,

violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; David Finckel, cello).

7 pm Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with Jim

Cunningham. Manfred Honeck, conducts with Daniil

Trifonov, piano. Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4,

“Italian.” Trifinov: Piano Concerto. Tchaikovsky:

“Capriccio italien.”

9 pm Millennium of Music with Robert Aubry

Davis.

10 pm Pipedreams with Michael Barone. More

Organ Plus: Intriguing combinations of other musical

friends add importantly to the organ’s ‘public’

repertoire.

Monday 5

9 pm The Chicago Symphony Riccardo Muti

conducts with Pinchas Zukerman, violin. Brahms:

Symphony No. 2 in D; Violin Concerto in D. Haydn:

Symphony No. 89.

Tuesday 6

8 pm Tuesday Night with Stratton Rawson. This

month it’s a gallery of Queens. We’ll start with the

namesake of Britain’s longest reigning monarch,

Elizabeth.

Rossini: “Elisabetta.” Gianfranco Masini conducts the

London Symphony Orchestra and Ambrosian Singers

with Montserrat Caballé (Elisabetta, Queen of England)

and José Carreras (Earl of Leicester).

Wednesday 7

9 pm Los Angeles Philharmonic Gustavo Dudamel

conducts with So Percussion. David Lang: “Man-

Made.” Mahler: Symphony No. 5.

Thursday 8

9 pm The New York Philharmonic Alan Gilbert

conducts with Dawn Upshaw, soprano. Haydn:

Symphony No. 48, “Maria Theresia.” Berio: “Folk

Songs.” Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B-flat.

Friday 9

10 am Philharmonic Friday with Peter Hall.

9 pm The Cleveland Orchestra with host Robert

Conrad. Franz Welser-Möst conducts with Lang-Lang,

piano. Pintscher: “idyll” for orchestra. Chopin:

“Andante Spianato” and Grand Polonaise Brillante. R.

Strauss: “Burleske”; “Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry

Pranks.”

Saturday 10

1 pm San Francisco Opera Rossini: “La

Cenerentola.” Jesus López-Cobos conducts with Karine

Deshayes (Cinderella), René Barbera (Don Ramiro),

Efrain Solis (Dandini), Carlos Chausson (Don

Magnifico), Christian Van Horn (Alidoro), Maria

Valdes (Clorinda) and Zanda Svede (Tisbe).

8 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser.

Sunday 11

5 pm Philharmonic Friday (on Sunday) with Peter

Hall.

6 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

with host Elliott Forrest. Mussorgski: “Pesni i plyaski

smerti” (“Songs and Dances of Death”) (Morris

Robinson, bass; Ken Noda, piano). Arensky: String

Quartet No. 2 in A minor (Ian Swenson, violin; Paul

Neubauer, viola; Ralph Kirshbaum, Julie Albers, cello).

7 pm Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with Jim

Cunningham. Manfred Honeck, conducts with Augustin

Hadelich, violin. Bach: Chaconne. Beethoven:

Symphony No. 8 in F. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D.

9 pm Millennium of Music with Robert Aubry

Davis.

10 pm Pipedreams with Michael Barone. From the

Canadian International Organ Competition:

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Performances by prizewinners of the 2014 concours

held in Montreal last October.

Monday 12

9 pm The Chicago Symphony Semyon Bychkov

conducts. Bruckner: Symphony No. 8. Encore:

Mozart: Symphony No. 36, “Linz.”

Tuesday 13

8 pm Tuesday Night with Stratton Rawson. Purcell:

“The Indian Queen.” Christopher Hogwood leads the

Chorus and Orchestra of the Academy of Ancient Music

with Emma Kirkby (Zempoalla, Mexican Queen),

Catherine Bott (Orazia, an Inca Princess), Gerald Finley

(Ismeron, a conjurer) and John Mark Ainsley (an Indian

boy).

Wednesday 14

9 pm Los Angeles Philharmonic Juanjo Mena

conducts with Behzod Abduraimov, piano. Prokofiev:

Symphony No. 1, “Classical”; Piano Concerto No. 3.

Dvorak: Symphony No. 7.

Thursday 15

9 pm The New York Philharmonic Esa-Pekka

Salonen conducts with Yefim Bronfman, piano. Ravel:

“Le tombeau de Couperin.” Salonen: Piano Concerto.

Mussorgsky: “Pictures at an Exhibition.”

Friday 16

10 am Philharmonic Friday with Peter Hall.

9 pm The Cleveland Orchestra with host Robert

Conrad. Franz Welser-Möst conducts with Joelle

Harvey, soprano; Iestyn Davies, countertenor; Nicholas

Phan, tenor; Hanno Mueller-Brachmann, bass;

Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and Youth Chorus. Bach:

Mass in B minor.

Saturday 17

1 pm San Francisco Opera Puccini: “La Bohème.”

Giuseppe Finzi conducts with Alexia Voulgaridou

(Mimi), Michael Fabiano (Rodolfo), Nadine Sierra

(Musetta) and Alexey Markov (Marcello).

8 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser.

Sunday 18

5 pm Philharmonic Friday (on Sunday) with Peter

Hall.

6 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

with host Elliott Forrest. Ravel: “Menuet antique” (Juho

Pohjonen, piano) Debussy: String Quartet in G minor,

Op. 10 (Danish String Quartet). Ravel: Violin Sonata

(Benjamin Beilman, violin; Alessio Bax, piano).

7 pm Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with Jim

Cunningham. A program entitled “Cinema Serenade”

with Itzhak Perlman, violin.

9 pm Millennium of Music with Robert Aubry

Davis.

10 pm Pipedreams with Michael Barone. Town Hall

Treasures: The tradition of grand pipe organs in civic

halls seems to have been an English invention, one

carried on successfully throughout the Empire and still

maintained and emulated today.

Monday 19

9 pm The Chicago Symphony Jaap van Sweden

conducts with Alisa Weilerstein, cello. Prokofiev:

Symphony-Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. Britten:

Suite on English Folk Tunes: “A time there was…”

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9. Britten: Four Sea

Interludes and Passacaglia from “Peter Grimes.”

Tuesday 20

8 pm Tuesday Night with Stratton Rawson. Graun:

“Cleopatra & Cesare.” René Jacobs directs the RIAS

Chamber Choir and Concerto Köln with Janet Williams

(Cleopatra), Iris Vermillion (Caesar), Lynne Dawson

(Cornelia) and Robert Gambill (Tolomeo).

Wednesday 21

9 pm Los Angeles Philharmonic Esa-Pekka

Salonen conducts. Janacek: Sinfonietta. Saariaho:

“Maan varjot.” Sibelius: “Lemminkainen” Suite.

Thursday 22

9 pm The New York Philharmonic Alan Gilbert

conducts with Christine Brewer, soprano; Jane

Henschel, soprano; Anthony Dean Griffey, tenor; Eric

Owens, baritone; and the New York Choral Artists.

Lindberg: “Al largo.” Beethoven: “Missa solemnis.”

Friday 23

10 am Philharmonic Friday with Peter Hall.

9 pm The Cleveland Orchestra with host Robert

Conrad. James Gaffigan conducts with Yulia van Doren,

soprano, and the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. Bach:

Cantata No. 199, “Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut…”

Brahms: Song of Destiny. Mendelssohn: Symphony

No. 5, “Reformation.”

Saturday 24

1 pm San Francisco Opera Tutino: “Two

Women.” Nicola Luisotti conducts with Anna Caterina

Antonacci (Cesira), Sarah Shafer (Rosetta), Dimitri

Pittas (Michele) and Mark Delavan (Giovanni).

8 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser.

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Sunday 25

5 pm Philharmonic Friday (on Sunday) with Peter

Hall.

6 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

with host Elliott Forrest. Schubert: Impromptu No. 3 in

G-flat, D. 899 (Emanuel Ax, piano). Beethoven: String

Quartet No. 13 in B-flat, Op. 130 with Grosse Fugue

Op. 133 “Belcea Quartet.”

7 pm Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with Jim

Cunningham. Gustavo Gimeno, conductor; Pablo

Villegas, guitar. Greenwood: “There Will Be Blood.”

Rodrigo: “Fantasía Para un Gentilhombre.”

Stravinsky: “Jeu de cartes,” Ballet in Three Deals.

Ravel: “Daphnis et Chloé” Suite No. 2.

9 pm Millennium of Music with Robert Aubry

Davis.

10 pm Pipedreams with Michael Barone. Quotes

from Raven: Recent selections from one of America’s

prime ‘organ labels,’ and conversations with Raven’s

curator William Van Pelt.

Monday 26

9 pm The Chicago Symphony Semyon Bychkov

conducts with Daniil Trifonov, piano. Rachmaninov:

Piano Concerto No. 1. Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8.

Encore: Borodin: “In the Steppes of Central Asia.”

Tuesday 27

8 pm Tuesday Night with Stratton Rawson.

Goldmark: “The Queen of Sheba.” Adam Fischer leads

the Hungarian State Opera Chorus and Orchestra with

Sandor Solyom-Nagy (Solomon) and Klara Takacs (The

Queen of Sheba).

Wednesday 28

9 pm Los Angeles Philharmonic Esa-Pekka

Salonen conducts with Jeremy Denk, piano. Mozart:

Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466. Beethoven:

Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, “Eroica.” Saint-Saëns:

Symphony No. 3 in C minor, “Organ.”

Thursday 29

9 pm The New York Philharmonic David Zinman

conducts with Christian Tetzlaff, violin. Mussorgsky:

“Night on Bare Mountain.” Shostakovich: Violin

Concerto No. 1. Sibelius: Symphony No. 5.

Friday 30

10 am Philharmonic Friday with Peter Hall.

9 pm The Cleveland Orchestra with host Robert

Conrad. Giancarlo Guerrero, conducts with Alisa

Weilerstein, cello. Pärt: “Cantus” in memory of

Benjamin Britten. Elgar: Cello Concerto. Adams:

“Harmonielehre.”

Saturday 31

1 pm San Francisco Opera Berlioz: “Les

Troyens.” David Runnicles conducts with Anna

Caterina Antonacci (Cassandra), Susan Graham (Dido)

and Bryan Hymel (Aeneas).

8 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser.