Broadcast Listings

AMF 12-01: Music in the Vineyards

Release Date: January 1, 2012

Napa Valley is known for its romantic atmosphere, incredible vineyards and of course – some of the nation’s finest wine! This storied region is also home toMusic in the Vineyards, the 18th annual chamber music festival bringing together internationally recognized, classical musicians in unique and intimate winery settings. The twilight concerts in wine caves and barrel rooms offer complimentary wine at intermission, witty and insightful commentary, and conversation with the musicians. The festival also offers several fundraisers
including a home tour with chefs and cookbook authors (Kitchens in the Vineyards), intimate epicurean experiences (Tables in the Vineyards) and a celebration of local vintner musicians (Roll Over Beethoven).

Boccherini: Cello Sonata in A Major
Mozart: Horn Quintet in E-flat, K. 407
Beethoven: Four British Folk Songs
Beethoven: String Quintet in C Major, Op. 29 Storm: I
Svendsen: Octet: II
Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio: II

 

AMF 12-02: Savannah Music Festival

Release date: January 8, 2012

The sound of a breeze whispering through oaks draped in Spanish moss, the tinkling of ice in a glass of sweet tea on the verandah and the mellifluous sounds of Georgia’s largest music festival are just a few sounds that one can hear in Savannah, Georgia this summer. The Savannah Music Festival presents a variety of musical genres, as well as dance performances, films, narrative programs, lectures and youth concerts to build a thriving arts festival for all audience members. The Savannah Music Festival also collaborates with local arts organizations, such as the renowned Savannah College of Art & Design, the Telfair Museum of Art as well as the Georgia Historical Society and others.

Clemens non Papa: Ego Flos Campi
Palestrina: Osculetor me
Mozart: Sonata in F Major, K. 332: III
Prokofiev: Sonata No. 2: III
Sissoko: Oudeste
Falla: 3 Popular Spanish Songs, tr. 7, 8, 9
Gismonti: Palhaco
Babar by Zakir Hussain
Ravel: String Quartet
Alexandra DuBois: Chanson d’Orage (world premiere)
Schubert: Die Winterreise, I, III
Mendelssohn: Octet: II and IV

 

AMF 12-03: Brevard Music Center

Release Date: January 15, 2012

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the Brevard Music Festival delights audiences with the natural beauty of the Appalachians enhanced by the dulcet tones of classical music.The festival has a long history, starting as early as 1946 when the Brevard Music Center’s founder decided to create a “well-balanced program of outdoor recreation and instruction in music and art.” What began as a small summer music camp has blossomed into fantastic summer music series which brings classical music’s players to North Carolina in the months of June through August.

Turina: Danzas Fantásticas, Op. 22
Copland: Appalachian Spring
Liszt: Les Preludes
Bartók: Piano Concerto No. 3 in E Major
Mahler: Symphony No. 3: VI (Finale)
AMF 12-04: Seattle Chamber Music Society

Release Date: January 22, 2012

Seattle has a wealth of outdoor activities – including whale watching in tranquil Puget Sound, hiking near snow-capped Mount Rainier and biking through this incredibly cyclist-friendly city. Fuelled by coffee, Seattle natives temper their naturally relaxed west-coast attitude toward life and take advantage of the great outdoors during sunbreaks from the rain. However, each July, Seattleites head indoors to the incredible acoustic space of Benaroya Hall’s Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall for the Seattle Chamber Music Society summer festival. The festival spans four weeks and celebrates its 31st year in 2011.

Dohnányi:  Serenade for String Trio in C Major, Op. 10
Kodaly Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7
Haydn: Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano in G Major, Hb XV/25 “Gypsy”
Beethoven: String Quartet No. 10 in E-flat Major, Op. 74 “Harp”
Mozart: Mozart Quartet for Piano and Strings in E-flat Major, K. 493
Arensky: Quartet for Violin, Viola and Two Celli in A minor, Op. 35

 

AMF 12-05: Golandsky International Piano Festival

Release Date: January 29, 2012

The International Piano Festival kicks off from the Princeton University campus this year as part of the Golandsky Institute’s Summer Symposium. The festival celebrates piano masterworks and brings students, teachers and professional pianists together to hear wonderful music and hone their craft. The Golandsky Institute has been helping musicians learn proper technique and avoid music-related injury since its start in 2003.

Bach: Partita No. 2 in C Minor, BWV 826
Wyner: From the Flow, from New Fantasies, 1991
Beethoven: Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 11
Martinů: Duo
Messiaen: L’eglise d’amour
Rachmaninov: Prelude
Schubert: Piano Trio in B-Flat Major, Op. 99

 

AMF 12-06: Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: February 5, 2012

August in Vermont is perfect on the idyllic shores of Lake Champlain. Bed and breakfasts abound in the natural beauty of the Vermont woods, and musicians have understandably chosen this spot for the home of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival. Located only a five minute drive from Burlington, Lake Champlain offers a retreat for the world-weary and allows musicians to fully recharge their batteries before giving electrifying performances.

Mozart: Flute Quartet in G Major, K. 283
Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in C Minor, Op. 66
Takemitsu: Toward the Sea
Mozart: Piano Quartet #1 in G Minor, K. 498
Brahms: String Quintet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 111
David Ludwig: Our Long War

 

AMF 12-07: Eastern Music Festival

Release Date: February 12, 2012

For fifty years, the Eastern Music Festival has been committed to bringing high quality performances of classical music to Greensboro, North Carolina. The festival attracts more than 60,000 audience members a year, who flock to the city for performances by classical masters, such as Yo-Yo Ma, Peter Serkin and Sarah Chang. In 2011, the festival celebrated its fiftieth year in style with five weeks of over 100 musical events, including daily performances open to the public. To further celebrate the occasion, director Gerard Schwartz commissioned five young American composers to create new pieces for a series of Saturday concerts performed by the Eastern Festival Orchestra.

Peter Boyer: Festivities
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperor
Brahms: Double Concerto: II and III
Philip Rothman: Starsplitter
Mozart: Parto, ma tu ben mio
Bruch: Violin Concerto
Dan Locklair: Organ Concerto: II

 

AMF 12-08: Amherst Early Music Festival

Release Date: February 19, 2012

Every year, this dynamic fourteen day festival fills Connecticut College in historic New London, CT with the sounds of early music. The festival routinely works with the leading musicians in the field of early music, and presents a series of concerts, workshops and classes for festival attendees. Amherst offers classes in all things early music, including instrumental and vocal instruction, as well as classes about Renaissance and Baroque dance and early notation. The festival hosts the largest recorder program in the United States.

Zacara da Teramo: Gloria
Vivaldi: Concerto in D minor from Estro Armonico opus 3, #8, RV 522
Giovanni Paolo Cima: Sonata a 4
Benedetto Marcello: Sonata V à 3 for cello, viol, and continuo
Tarquinio Merula: Canzon ‘la Lusignuola
Alessandro Stradella: Sinfonia for violin, violone, and continuo
Hayne van Ghizeghem: Amours, amours
Heinrich Isaac: E qui le dira
Johannes Stockem: Helas ce n’est pas
Anon.: Dit le burguygnon
Henry VIII: Pastime with Good Company
Henry VIII: Though Some Saith
Anon.: Gallarde de Royne d’Escosse, Wie Sal Mijn Troetelen, Gallarde Belle Qui Vas Martirant
Cristóbal de Morales: Apostole Christi Jacobe and Kyrie from Missa Super fa re ut fa sol la
Anon: Estampita
Vivaldi: Chamber Concerto in D, P. 155 Il Gardellino
George Frideric Handel: Venti turbini from Rinaldo
Longa Farahfaza
Encore: Draganovo
Vivaldi: Sonata in G Minor for two oboes and continuo, RV 81

 

AMF 12-09: Canandaigua Lake Music Festival

Release Date: February 26, 2012

Announcing Voyages and Journeys (August 15-26, 2012), the festival celebrates its eighth year in 2012. This season celebrates the power of music to take you on a journey – both physically (with musical from distant lands) and spiritually (with music to explore your soul).

As we inaugurate our new venue at FLCC, we hope you’ll join us for the full voyage with a MasterKey subscription which includes discounted admission for all four Festival Series programs. New this year, the pioneering, multigenre cellist Mike Block  curates two Classical Blue Jeans evenings that you won’t want to miss.

The most interesting story of the festival itself is the Canandaigua Lake Music Festival’s commitment to demystifying classical music for audiences – the festival includes family performances, a master class open to the public and a series of concerts entitled “Classical Blue Jeans,” which allows artists and audiences to meet, dine together and listen to some incredible pieces of classical music.   Www.LakeMusicFestival.org

Mozart: String Quintet in G Minor, K. 516
Bach: Chaconne
Mendelssohn Octet: I
Adam Silverman: The Heart and the Hand for cello and piano
Mozart, Ragtime alla Turca for 2 pianos
Schoenberg: Verklarte Nacht, (Transfigured Night)
Piazzolla: Libertango

 

AMF 12-10: Marlboro Music Festival

Release Date: March 4, 2012

The sleepy town of Marlboro, Vermont has a population just under 980 people, but it bursts into life each summer when the world’s leading musicians come together to play music and learn from each other in the Marlboro Music Festival. The festival prides itself on fostering a true sense of community among artists and invites them to spend up to seven weeks to rehearse, exchange ideas and share meals. The result: a festival that showcases nearly 240 works each summer.

Schubert: Adagio in E-flat Major, D. 897
Haydn: Aus des Ramlers Lyrischer Blumenlese, Hob. XXVb/c: I, III, V and VI
Adès: Arcadiana, Op. 12: IV, V, VI, and VII
Brahms: Zwei Gesange, Opus 91
Shostakovich: Piano Trio in E Minor, Opus 67
Cuckson: Der Gayst funem shturem: III, IV, and V
Beethoven: Choral Fantasy


AMF 12-11: La Jolla Music Society SummerFest

Release Date: March 11, 2012

Surrounded on three sides by beaches, La Jolla, California is incredibly picturesque. Waves crash against the shore, seals bask in the sun and residents enjoy some beautiful sunsets. As seaside town with a passion for the arts, La Jolla also boasts some of the best music in the country during the La Jolla Music Society Summerfest. The Los Angeles Times writes of the festival – “perhaps the first thing to be praised about SummerFest is the exceptionally high quality of performances.” With performances from over 70 ensembles and musicians, the festival brings first rate concerts to what is essentially a small seaside town.

Nielsen: Serenata in Vano
Bottesini: Grand Duo Concertante
Sergio & Clarice Assad: Suite from De Volta As Raizes
Prokofiev: Sonata for 2 Violins: IV
Vivaldi: Concerto for Two Cellos: I, III
Zwilich: Quintet for violin, viola, cello, bass, & piano: II
Williams: Quartet La Jolla: II, III
Dvorak: String Quintet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 77: II, III, IV
Enescu: Octet: III

 

AMF 12-12: Chautauqua Music Festival

Release Date: March 18, 2012

President Teddy Roosevelt once described the programs at Chatauqua Lake as “the most American thing about America.” What began in the early 1870s as an experimental school on the banks of pristine Chautauqua Lake in upstate New York has now blossomed into a 750-acre education center which offers an incredible summer music festival. Music floats over the grounds, coming from the practice cabins where musicians spend seven weeks honing their crafts in preparation for concerts.

Dohnányi: Szimfonikus percek (Symphonic minutes), Op. 36
Dvorak: Cypresses (Audubon Quartet): III, VIII, IX, XII
Byron Adams: Capriccio Concertante
Dvorak: Viola Quintet, Op. 97
Elgar: Cello Concerto
Widor: Symphony No 6 in G Minor for Organ & Orch: III

 

AMF 12-13: Virginia Arts Festival

Release Date: March 25, 2012

They say that Virginia is for lovers – and that’s certainly true when it comes to art lovers. The Virginia Arts Festival brings an impressive array of artistic events to several cities throughout the state of Virginia during the summer. The festival hosts musical performances of many varieties, including everything from chamber music to folk. Included in this 50 day long festival of the arts are dance and theatre performances as well as the well-attended festival favorite, the Virginia International Tattoo.

Beethoven: Trio for Piano and Strings in G major, Op. 1, no. 2
Ravel: Sonatine
Danielpour: Inventions on a Marriage
Schumann: An die Sterne
Trad. arr. Jennings: Walk in Jerusalem
Franck: Piano Quintet in F Minor
Jehan Alain: Choral Dorien

 

AMF 12-14: Chamber Music Northwest

Release Date: April 1, 2012

Despite the nickname “Stumptown,” Portland is known for being one of the greenest cities in the nation. Portland offers a pro-biking attitude, excellent fair-trade coffee, lots of organic produce and many opportunities to explore the outdoors through hiking or even kiteboarding. It should come as no surprise that the love of the outdoors combines with a local long-lived passion for classical music every summer for the Chamber Music Northwest Summer Music Festival. Pre-concert picnicking creates a festive atmosphere for concerts which take place on the lush campus of Reed College and other locations throughout the city. In 2011, the festival celebrates its 41st year of incredible musicmaking with exciting new programming, including performances by Anne-Marie McDermott and the Emerson String Quartet.

Shostakovich: Piano Quintet:  III, IV, V
Stravinsky: Fairy’s Kiss
Dvorak: Piano Quintet, op. 81: II, III, IV
Traditional: Chinese Melodies for Erhu and Harp
Milhaud: Suite for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano
Bolcom: Easy Winners and Frog Legs Rags
Mahler: Der Abschied

 

AMF 12-15: Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: April 8, 2012

Quaint cottages dot the enchanted coastline here, fresh seafood abounds and the classical music is top notch. Cape Cod hosts one of the finest classical music festivals on the east coast each summer since 1979. Called “a triumph of quality,” by the New York Times, the festival features three weeks of chamber music throughout Cape Cod during August and has a well established Composer-in-Residence Program. Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival has fostered a bevy of musical talent over the years, including Dawn Upshaw, Yo-Yo Ma and Joshua Bell.

Schumann: Piano Quintet in E-Flat Major, Op. 44: II and IV
Gould: Four Pieces from Benny’s Gig (1962)
Ives String Quartet Number 1, From the Salvation Army
Saint-Saens: Piano Trio No. 2 in E Minor
Piazzolla: Nuevo Tango
Jeremy Cohen: Crowdambo
Beethoven: Septet: III, V and VI

 

AMF 12-16 Festival Mozaic

Release Date: April 15, 2012

Located in what has been called “the happiest city in America,” Festival Mozaic has been bringing high quality classical music to San Luis Obispo every summer since 1971. One of the longest running music festivals on the west coast, Festival Mozaic has kept every season fresh through its unique programming, which spans over five centuries of musical repertoire and includes everything from orchestral and chamber favorites to world music and jazz. Scott Yoo, the festival’s director, says the short 11 day festival is “a real opportunity to zero in on one side of music and really explore.”

Faure: Pelleas et Melisande
Zimmerli: Piano Quintet: I, II, III
Corigliano: Violin Concerto The Red Violin I, III, IV
Poulenc: Sextet II and III
Rimsky Korsakov: Scheherazade II, III, and IV

 

AMF 12-17 Norfolk Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: April 22, 2012

The Norfolk Chamber Music Festival has a long history of bringing world-class music to the charming town of Norfolk, Connecticut. Ellen Battell, generous benefactor and wife of a man with family ties to Yale School of Music, left her estate to a private trust that ensures that it be used for Yale University’s summer music school. The festival has grown since its humble beginnings in the 1930s and now features 30 concerts in just nine weeks. True to its roots, the festival employs the best professional musicians and offers a chance for young musicians to learn and practice their craft.

Smetana: Piano Trio in g minor, Op 15
Reinecke Trio in A Minor for Oboe, Horn, and Piano, op. 188: II, III, and IV
Böhme Trumpet Sextet in E-flat Minor: I and II
Bartok Sonata for 2 Pianos and Percussion: III
Mendelssohn String Quintet in B-Flat Major, Op. 87
Ives: Piano Trio: Scherzo
Dvorak Serenade Op. 44

 

AMF 12-18 Interlochen Arts Camp

Release Date: April 29, 2012

The state of Michigan is known for its incredible abundance of water – the state is surrounded by four out of the five Great Lakes and has about 11,000 inland lakes. It is between two of these inland lakes where one finds a gem of a town, Interlochen, which abounds with hiking and biking trails as well as a bright and thriving arts community. The Interlochen Summer Arts Festival fills the town each summer with diverse and entertaining arts programming for all ages. Presented by the renowned Interlochen Center for the Arts, the festival includes performances by classical musicians but also offers stand-up acts by comedians, dance performances, musicals and Shakespeare shows.

Brubeck: Travels in Time for 3: II Irish Folk
Schuller:  Suite for Woodwind Quintet (Prelude, Blues)
Faure:  Piano Quintet No. 1 in D Minor, op.89
Brubeck: Travels in Time for 3: I, II, III, IV
Widor:  Symphony No. 5 (Toccata)
Strauss:  Till Eulenspiegel
Ravel:  Piano Trio
Argento:  To Be Sung Upon the Water, I, III

 

AMF 12-19 Rockport Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: May 6, 2012

Classical music takes the plunge with the Rockport Music Festival each summer. The seaside village of Rockport, Massachusetts boasts one of the most beautiful settings for classical music ever, the Shalin Liu Performance Center. This recently built concert hall features enormous floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the Atlantic Ocean onstage, so one can see and hear all the beauty that Rockport has to offer. The festival features classical concerts, as well as jazz, world and pop performances throughout the summer series.

Beethoven: String Quartet Op 18, No 1
Stravinsky: Suite Italienne
Ziporyn: Hive
Mendelssohn: String Symphony
Ravel: Gaspard de La Nuit
Shostakovich: Folk Dances

 

AMF 12-20 Sante Fe Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: May 13, 2012

Perched in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, Sante Fe is the nation’s oldest capitol city and has become a hotbed of artistic activity. Between the inspiring landscapes, the devotion to art and the city’s own diverse multicultural nature, there is no wonder why Sante Fe calls itself “the city different.” The Sante Fe Chamber Music Festival fits perfectly into this unique atmosphere, offering a six-week season of more than 80 concerts, recitals, master classes, youth concerts and open rehearsals each year. The festival celebrates the city itself in its concert venues, including the historic St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Sante Fe Lensic Performing Arts Center and the Simms Auditiorium at Albuquerque Academy.

Ravel: Introduction and Allegro
Schubert: String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor, D. 810 “Death and the Maiden”
Dvořák: Terzetto
Mieczyslaw Weinberg: Piano Trio, Op. 24: I, II
Ligeti: Bagatelles: III, IV, V, and VI
Bach: Piano Concerto in D Minor, BWV 1052

 

AMF 12-21: Grand Teton Music Festival

Release Date: May 20, 2012

The city of Jackson Hole, Wyoming sits surrounded by the natural wonder of some of the world’s most spectacular snowcapped mountains, the Grand Tetons. The spirit of the American West is alive here, and the town serves as a gateway to two of the most beloved national parks – Yellowstone and Grand Teton. With an overwhelming abundance of natural beauty, it is no wonder that musicians have claimed this place as their own with the Grand Teton Music Festival. The festival celebrates its fiftieth year in 2011 with eight weeks of concerts.

MacCunn: Land of the Mountain and the Flood
Bernstein: Dance Suite for Brass Quintet: I, III, IV, V
CPE Bach: Symphony in F
Ibert: Divertissement
Rodrigo: Concierto Andaluz
Brahms: Symphony No. 3
Zivkovic from Drums Along the Tetons

 

AMF 12-22: Indiana University Summer Music Festival

Release Date: May 27, 2012

Bloomington, Indiana is home to a thriving arts scene. Music, theater, and dance performances abound, with local talent coming from one of the nation’s top ranking music schools, Indiana University. The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music made 2011 an especially exciting year by debuting the Indiana University Summer Music Festival. Joshua Bell, classical music superstar and one of the school’s most famous alumni, played Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy with the Festival Orchestra conducted by Michael Stern. Other highlights of the festival included performances by legendary pianist and Distinguished Professor Menhem Pressler and by the eclectic string trio Time for Three.

Bruch: Scottish Fantasy
Beethoven: Piano Trio in E-flat, Op. 70, No. 2: III, IV
Chopin: 3 Mazurkas: Op. 63, nos. 1, 2, 3
Nielsen: Quartet No. 4 in F Major, Op. 44
Arad: Caprice No. 5: Krzysztof – Ceci n’est pas une Fugue
Cohen: Hallelujah
Meyer: Thunder Stomp
Mozart: Coronation Mass: Gloria, Credo, Benedictus

 

AMF 12-23: Moab Music Festival

Release Date: June 3, 2012

Moab, Utah borders two of the nation’s most spectacular national parks – Canyonlands and Arches. Naturally, the local Moab Music Festival takes advantage of the incredible landscape and moves performances directly into the gorgeous red-rock country. The signature event of this festival is a concert series that unites classical chamber music and the beauty of nature – the series actually takes place inside a grotto carved by the Colorado River. Concert goers climb into boats, tour the river and find themselves inside the magical space where chamber music fills what critics call God’s version of Carnegie Hall.

Burleigh: Deep River
Dvorak: Trio in F Minor, Op. 65
Burleigh: O Rocks, Don’t Fall on Me
Brahms: Sextet in G Major, Op. 36
Copland: The Boatman
Amram: Native American Portraits
Amram: Portraits for Piano Quartet
Bolcom: Love in the 30s
Amram: Pull my Daisy

 

AMF 12-24: Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival

Release Date: June 10, 2012
“Classical Music with a View” is the tagline for this festival in Western Washington. Indeed, The Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival has both incredible music from world-class artists and some of the best views of the rugged Washington coastline. Orcas Island is nestled among the San Juan Islands and is a popular vacation destination, with excellent hiking and whale watching. The festival boasts an impressive roster of artists, thanks to the talented Aloysia Friedmann (Artistic Director) and Jon Kimura Parker (Artistic Advisor).

Gershwin: Summertime
Beethoven: Ghost Trio in D Major Op. 70, No. 1
Faure: Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, Op. 13
Schumann: Dichterliebe: excerpts
Strauss: Capriccio Sextet in F Major
Alan Shulman: Rendezvous for Clarinet and Strings
Arthur Benjamin, arr. Primrose: Jamaican Rhumba
Brahms: Piano Quintet in F Minor, op. 34

 

AMF 12-25: Tanglewood Music Festival

Release Date: June 17, 2012
Can there be any more beautiful place than the Berkshires in the summer? 210 acres of lawns and meadows echo with the dulcet sounds of classical music every summer in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. Held on the beautiful grounds of the Tanglewood estate, the Tanglewood Music Festival is one of the country’s largest, oldest and best-known festival. Each year, the festival attracts over 350,000 visitors. Each season offers not only a vast quantity of music, but also a vast range of musical forms and styles, all of it presented with a regard for artistic excellence that makes the festival unique.

Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings: III, IV
Bernstein: Age of Anxiety
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4
Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances

 

AMF 12-26: Bang on a Can and Season Highlights

Release Date: June 24, 2012

Bang on a Can’s Summer Music Festival focuses on new and adventurous contemporary music. For three weeks each summer, performers and composers alike head to the industrial heart of the Berkshires collaborate on, create and perform new music pieces. The festival is hosted at the Massachusetts Musuem of Contemporary Art and culminates with an incredible six hour concert in the museum. Known for its spirit of originality and experimentation, the festival concentrates on developing talented young musicians who are not afraid to play outside the box. This year’s festival included classes in improvisation techniques, an Orchestra of Original Instruments by Mark Stewart and an African dancing and drumming rhythm seminar by Nani Agbeli. Guest faculty over the years has included Steve Reich, Louis Andriessen and Meredith Monk.

We hope you enjoy this unique show which includes various season highlights from the 2012 season of America’s Music Festivals. In addition to the incredible music of Bang on a Can, this show mixes some old music with the new – with beautiful pieces from a Chamber Music Cruise run by Travel Dynamics International. Other highlights from the season include a broadcast of the first movement of the Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A Minor from Music in the Vineyards in Napa Valley, Susan Graham singing “Ombra Mai Fu” from Eastern Music Festival, and Time for Three playing Ranaan Meyer’s Of Time and Three Rivers at Indiana University’s Summer Music Festival. Enjoy!

JS Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 2
Telemann: Fantasie No. 2 in A Minor for flute
Golijov: Tenebrae
Nancarrow: Studies for Player Piano: 2a, 3c
Ghys: Soli
Twining: Eurydice, tr. 1
Aphex Twin: Four
Glass: Closing
David Lang: For Love is Strong
Gordon: Every Stop on the F Train
Wolfe: Dark Full Ride Part 1
Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in A Minor, Op. 50: I
Handel: Ombra Mai Fu, from Serse
Meyer: Of Time and Three Rivers