Mornings on Classical 91.5, April 23 - 27

Mornings on Classical 91.5, April 23 - 27

You're warmly invited to start the day with bird song and music, starting at 6:00 a.m.

On Friday, Robert Poovey, Director of Music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Rochester, explains how the personality of an historic instrument has changed for the better.  

Monday, April 23

Ruth Phinney presents beautiful music, a little news, and the Writer’s Almanac.

On the Composers Datebook: Arthur Farwell

 

Tuesday, April 24

Brenda Tremblay hosts, offering you Shakespeare songs by Vaughan Williams, and performances from the RPO Pops, the Cleveland Orchestra, and soprano Jessye Norman.  On the Composers Datebook, a hymn by Stephen Paulus

 

Wednesday, April 25

Wake to pieces by Handel, Brahms, and Mozart.

Mona Seghatoleslami chats with soprano Allyn Van Dusen about her lunchtime appearance on Live from Hochstein.

On the Composers Datebook: Beethoven waits for Liszt

 

Thursday, April  26

Brenda offers you music to greet the day, including works by Bach, Saint-Saens, and David Diamond.

On the Composers’ Datebook: Sibelius Symphony No. 1

 

 Friday, April 27

Start the day with Aaron Copland, Georges Bizet, and Jeff Tyzik.

A story of lost and found pipes.  Robert Poovey, Director of Music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Rochester, describes his evolving relationship with one of the most important pipe organs in the city. (On Friday, April 27 at 8:00 p.m., the public is cordially invited to a concert at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Avenue at Westminster Road (across from Eastman House).  The concert is a celebration of the church’s newly restored and historic Skinner organ.)

On the Composers Datebook: Stravinsky goes dancing

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