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SUNDAY, JANUARY 19TH

12:00am


Bob Christiansen

1:00am


Scott Blankenship

6:00am


Harmonia, with Angela Mariani

We're bringing you the first in a series of segments called MyTunes in which we ask people who work and play in early music the simple question: What are you listening to right now?  This morning’s respondent is a specialist in playing recorders and historical flutes, Alison Melville.  We'll also explore music written by the renaissance lute player Diomedes Cato and hear The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado perform in a featured release of baroque music from Italy.

7:00am


Sunday Baroque, with Suzanne Bona

Did you know that this is National Hobby Month?  Music was frequently a hobby for people with day jobs in non-musical fields, and this morning’s show will feature music by some of those talented and passionate dilettantes.

11:00am


Mindy Ratner

1:00pm


Lynn Warfel

6:00pm


Sunday at the Symphony

David Zinman conducts Three Studies from Couperin by Thomas Adès, the Symphony #3 (Scottish) by Felix Mendelssohn, and, with soloist Richard Goode, the Piano Concerto #18 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

8:00pm


Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, with Jim Cunningham

Manfred Honeck conducts Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition and Beethoven’s Symphony #7.  Russian powerhouse Denis Matsuev is soloist in the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #2.

10:00pm


Valerie Kahler

 

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