Classical Afternoons for November 21-25

Classical Afternoons for November 21-25

Weekdays from 2pm-7pm

Somewhere to hang your hat -- Marcel Duchamp's hat rack readymade at the Centre Pompidou

Warm or cold, rain or shine, we have some good music throughout the afternoons and evenings this week. I'm still waiting to experience some of the famed Rochester snow!

Monday's program includes a new recording of music by Roberto Sierra (Did you hear his Sinfonia No. 4 played by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra this weekend?), a new Mozart recording by the Emerson String Quartet, and music for the Post horn. It's also World Hello Day. Hello!


Tuesday, we're out to sea with Alexander Glazunov, Donald Grantham gives us the bum's rush, and we'll waltz among the flowers with Emil Stolc. Vivaldi, Weber, Martinu, and Johann Michael Bach are along for the ride.

There's beautiful music and some nice special programs throughout the rest of the week. Best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving weekend -- and don't go to crazy on Black Friday!

I'm especially excited to be sharing the Harmonica Concerto by Villa-Lobos on Friday evening!