Mornings on Classical 91.5

Mornings on Classical 91.5

Join Brenda Tremblay from six until ten.

Violinist David Hochstein left a lasting legacy in Rochester, NY.

You’re invited to start the day with lively classical music, a mystery piece, and bird song.  Composers Datebook airs at 7:20, Writer’s Almanac at 8:20, features around 8:35 a.m.

Monday, November 7

Music by Sarasate, Tchaikovsky, and a celebration of American music

Tuesday, November 8

More American classics: Paul Schoenfield’s Café Music, Jerome Kern’s song for a lady, Samuel Jones’ Musings and Meditations on Texas New Deal Murals

Wednesday, November 9

 Pieces by Brahms, J.S. Bach, and Karel Husa

Poulenc’s spicy Sextet for piano and winds

 FEATURE: Pianist Doleen Hood remembers one of Rochester’s most impactful musicians: David Hochstein.  (She’ll perform music by David Hochstein and Piano Trios of the 1920s with violinist Pia Liptak and cellist Kathy Murphy Kemp on Live from Hochstein at 12:10 p.m.)

Thursday, November 10

 Music by Glinka, Pierne, Jennifer Higdon, and Mozart

FEATURE  RPO Music Director Arild Remmereit previews the next RPO concert: Dvorak’s “New World”
 

Friday, November 11

A wagon train, a poisoned kiss, a fiery farewell: music by Moross, Vaughan Williams, and Wagner

 

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