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Our Labor Day edition of Monday Night at the Symphony features an American institution: the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

We'll hear music of Gershwin, Respighi and Elgar with conductors Paavo Jarvi and Jesus Lopez­Cobos. And Erich Kunzel leads the Cincinnati Pops in an overture for the holiday.

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Recently, we spoke with Suzanne Rousso, Artistic Director of The Mallarme Chamber Players about American Mavericks. The September 7 concert features identifiably American music written for string quartet, clarinet and piano, composed by Aaron Copland, Charles Ives, Karel Husa, and John Duffy.

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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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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.

Donate your car to WCPE!
If your automobile (truck, boat, motorcycle, RV, or aircraft) is no longer of use to you, it can still go a long way as a donation in support of the Great Classical Music you rely on from WCPE. Learn how!

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Record your message on the WCPE Listener Comment Line. Please phone (919) 570-0204 and tell us what WCPE means to you.

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Live Metropolitan Opera Saturday radio broadcasts can be heard on this website. To see the Metropolitan Opera schedule click here.