SUNDAY, APRIL 21ST
Harmonia, with Angela Mariani
How did early music composers recycle their best tunes, and those of others? Find out on this morning’s show. Plus, we'll hear 17th century music performed by Les Cornets Noirs in our featured release.
Sunday Baroque, with Suzanne Bona
The natural world has long been an inspiring theme in music -- from birds and frogs, to flowers and trees, to land and water. This morning, we’ll highlight the beauty of nature as expressed by Baroque-era composers, in celebration of Earth Day, tomorrow.
Sunday at the Symphony -- Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Trevor Pinnock conducts Beethoven’s Triple Concerto in C Major, with soloists Stefan Jackiw, violin, Pavel Gomziakov, cello, and Kristian Bezuidenhout, piano. Mr. Pinnock also joins Benjamin Hochman and Kristian Bezuidenhout for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Concerto for 3 Pianos in F major. Also on the program are Claude Debussy’s Marche écossaise, and Felix Mendelssohn’s Symphony #3, the Scottish.
Pittsburgh Symphony, with Jim Cunningham
Leonard Slatkin conducts Haydn’s Symphony #67 and the Hovhaness Symphony #2, Mysterious Mountain. Plus, superstar flutist James Galway returns to play Mozart’s Flute Concerto #2, and Francois Borne’s Fantaisie Brillant, based on themes from George Bizet’s opera, Carmen.