Sunday, June 28. 2020
This evening on Wavelengths cellist Inbal Segev performs new music written for her by English-born composer Anna Clyne. We’ll also hear a chamber work by American composer Mark Abel, and film music by Ilan Eshkeri.
Wavelengths brings you the best in contemporary classical music every Sunday at 9 p.m. Eastern with Ed Amend.
Photo: Mark Abel/Erika Doria
This evening on Preview! pianist Martha Argerich teams with conductor Seiji Ozawa to play music of Beethoven. Rob Kennedy speaks with Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo about his new CD of piano music, Night. And violinist Daniel Hope plays music of Ernest Chausson.
Preview! brings you the best in new classical recordings and arts news each Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. Eastern with David Sackowicz.
Photo: Ola Gjeilo/Anna-Julia Granberg on Wikpedia.org
This morning Great Sacred Music includes music sung by the Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York, Coro Cervantes, and the Back Bay Chorale. Also on the playlist is choral music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Healey Willan, and John Knowles Paine.
Great Sacred Music presents beautiful choral and organ music every Sunday morning beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. Right after Sing For Joy. With Rob Kennedy.
Photo: 1971 Ruffatti organ in St. Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco/Fratelli Ruffati
On June 28 we observe the birthdays of Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache (1909-1996), Russian composer Nikolai Karetnikov (1912-1994), and American baritone Thomas Hampson (1955-). Maestro Celibidache was famous for not releasing recordings of his concerts. Nikolai Karetnikov was a member of an alternative composers’ group known as The Underground. Thomas Hampson has over 170 recordings to his credit.
Photos: Thomas Hampson/Dario Acosta: Others/Wikipedia.org