Mornings on Classical 91.5 September 26 - 30

Mornings on Classical 91.5 September 26 - 30

Join Brenda Tremblay for music and arts news. The Composers Datebook airs at 7:20 and the Writer’s Almanac at 8:20. Features air around 8:35.

The new Music Director of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra makes his debut this weekend!

This week's highlights...

Monday, September, 26

 Music of F.J. Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, and a new CD from the WXXI library.

Composers Datebook: William Billings

City newspaper’s classical music writer Paloma Capanna offers you her recommendations for this year’s new season of live performances in and around Rochester. (Hear Brenda’s whole conversation with her in a podcast at wxxi.org)

 

 Tuesday, September 27

 Pieces by Chopin, Albeniz, and Handel.

Composers Datebook: Dvorak in America

 

 Wednesday, September 28

 Music by Mendolelssohn, Michael Nyman, and something new from the WXXI library.

Composers Datebook: Herrmann and Daugherty look to the skies

 

 Thursday, September  29

 Carl Pultz wakes you up with classical music.

Composers Datebook: Tan Dun at the movies (and in the concert hall)

 TREND WATCH   Using historic recordings from the St. Olaf Choir and the Robert Shaw Chorale, Eastman choral director William Weinert traces the evolving sounds of American choral music over the last century. 

 

 Friday, September 30

 Carl Pultz presents a wide range of music.

Composers Datebook: Vaughan Williams and Harbison meet the Oboe Concerto

Arild Remmeriet previews a special weekend: his first concerts as the new Music Director of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.  (Hear Brenda’s entire conversation with him in a podcast at wxxi.org)

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