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Great Sacred Music

This week Great Sacred Music will feature music for Easter. Hour 1 will feature seasonal music by Sir Charles Stanford, William Byrd and Vaughan Williams.

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WCPE's 'Preview!'

Sunday April 20th at 6PM EST


This week on WCPE's Preview! Martha Argerich plays Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25 in C, from a 2013 Lucerne Festival performance with her longtime friend, the late conductor Claudio Abbado.

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Sunday, April 20th, 2014

This Sunday on WCPE's Wavelengths we’ll feature the Symphony for Brass Instruments by Sir Malcolm Arnold.

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My Life in Music - Jess Isaiah Levin

My Life in Music:
Jess Isaiah Levin
Violin I, North Carolina Symphony

North Carolina Symphony violinist Jess Isaiah Levin co-hosts this month’s edition of My Life in Music, sharing historic Jasha Heifetz recordings, symphonies by Prokofiev and Brahms, and even music he, himself, has written. In addition to his other talents, he is an accomplished photographer.

To listen to excerpts from Tara Lynn's My Life in Music interview with Jess Isaiah Levin please click here!


WCPE CD of the Month
for April at Quail Ridge Books & Music

Igor Levit: Beethoven ­ The Late Piano Sonatas

Igor Levit: Beethoven ­ The Late Piano Sonatas

Sony Classical 2013

Born in Russia, raised in Germany, Igor Levit is the youngest artist to compete in the Artur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, where he won four awards in 2005. But he waited until the relatively mature age of 26 to release his first recording. And for this debut he chose music demanding even greater maturity: the late piano sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven.

Listen to our Preview! interview with Igor Levit here!

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Spring Pledge Drive Begins!

If you haven't already Pledged, there is no time like the present! Thank You, Loyal Listeners!

CD #1 - Bizet: Symphony in C -
Martin West leads the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra in this masterpiece symphony written by Bizet at age 17, plus Children's Games and Chromatic Variations. A great performance and a superb recording.

The Metropolitan Opera Announces the 2014-15 Season

The Met’s 2014-15 Season Will Feature 26 Operas, Including Three Met Premieres, In Six New Productions and 18 Revivals!

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Online playlists
"What was that beautiful piece of music??" Find out now by browsing through a week's worth of playlists!

Meet the Announcer
Ever wonder what your favorite voice looks like? See photos and read brief biographies of WCPE's announcers!

"Quarter Notes"
WCPE's Member Magazine
Published quarterly, this magazine and listener guide offers featured works and program highlights for the WCPE season to come, plus station news, reviews, interviews and other articles designed to enhance your classical music journey.

Quarter Notes is sent to WCPE members in print version, and members may also choose to view this website's "green" online version. To become a WCPE member (your gift is tax-deductible!) and receive a year's subscription to Quarter Notes, click here.

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