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- 11/18 Graphing Gender in America’s Top Orchestras
- 11/18 Despite Offstage Worries, Onstage It’s All Artistry
- 11/11 Nonclassical, a London New-Music Franchise, Expanding to New York
- Special Note: A Major Mozart Discovery
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- 10/31 The Search for Mrs. Bach
- Special Note: Infograph: BSO 2014-15 By the Numbers
- 10/28 KC Symphony for Game 6, Joyce DiDonato for Game 7
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- 10/25 Did Bach’s wife write his finest works controversy
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- 10/07 Read about the new documentary, "Maestro"
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- 09/30 Winners Chosen in Program to Aid Female Composers
- 09/28 Andris Nelsons Begins Tenure Leading BSO
- 09/24 Christopher Hogwood has died
- Special Note: Backstage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera! (Video)
- 09/16 2nd conductor resigns from Vienna State Opera
- 09/09 The Sixteen to tour with Monteverdi’s Vespers
- 09/02 Music Lessons Enhance Brain Function in Disadvantaged Kids
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- 08/25 Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Belohlávek-Weilerstein review
- 08/22 Metropolitan Opera Reaches Settlement With Last Unions
- 08/19 Addicts Symphony
- 08/18 Metropolitan Opera and Two Unions Reach a Tentative Deal
- 08/14 Conductor Gerard Schwarz to record Season 2 of PBS series
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- 08/07 Louisville Orchestra in the black
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- 08/04 Saito Kinen Festival to be renamed after maestro Ozawa
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This week on Great Sacred Music you can hear anthems by Leo Sowerby, Rene Clausen and Randall Thompson in the first hour.
Our Bach cantata is BWV 61 "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland".
Our featured work is The Book with Seven Seals by Franz Schmidt. It will begin at approximately 9:05 a.m.
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Great Sacred Music presents the best choirs and organists every Sunday morning from 8 until 11 eastern with your host Rob Kennedy.
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Sunday November 30th at 6PM EST
This week on Preview! we'll hear selections from a new performance of Handel's Messiah by Le Concert d'Astree, conducted by Emmanuelle Haim.
WCPE's Tara Lynn speaks with conductor Sandy Hobgood and violinist Andrew Lukonis of the Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle.
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Benjamin Grosvenor plays the Poetic Waltzes of Enrique Granados. And we'll hear the new release from the Raleigh Ringers, Passages.
Preview! the best in new classical recordings and arts news each Sunday from 69 p.m. Eastern Time, on The Classical Station, WCPE.
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WCPE brings you music of the 21st century this Sunday on Wavelengths.
We'll feature New Music Raleigh’s recent recording of Sound Harmonies with Air, written by D.J. Sparr, and Nocturnal by Durhambased composer Scott Lee.
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We’ll also sample two newly commissioned works from the crowdsourced album, the Brooklyn Rider Almanac, and we'll explore music of Derek Bermel, Daniel Burwasser and The 442s.
Wavelengths. contemporary classical music. Sundays at 9 Eastern on TheClassicalStation.org.
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My Life in Music:
Principal Timpani, North Carolina Symphony
Monday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m., EST
Sunday, December 7 at 5:00 p.m.
When John Feddersen co-hosts My Life in Music, we’ll explore a world surprising rhythms and harmonies. Feddersen is, of course, fascinated by clever rhythms, ranging from African drumming (in which he’s also trained) to classical works by Bartok and Stravinsky. Not as predictable is his commitment to early music, and small group vocal harmony. He’s been actively participating in Shape Note (ncshapenote.org) meet-ups for nearly four decades.
Burns & Allen made us laugh, Astaire & Rogers inspired us with their grace, Gilbert & Sullivan gave us unforgettable stories and songs. By working together, these artists produced their finest work.
At WCPE, we believe we accomplish our best work together too. WCPE is truly a Classic Collaboration: the collaborative efforts of our volunteers, supporters and listeners have enabled WCPE to keep the Great Classical Music playing for over thirty-seven wonderful years.
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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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