TUESDAY, APRIL 23RD
The WQED Morning Show with Jim Cunningham
Live from our Oakland studios, with local arts coverage, NPR news, and morning musical favorites
Live from the Carolyn M. Byham Cultural District Studio, downtown, with essential classics and NPR news.
Live from the Carolyn M. Byham Cultural District Studio on Katz Plaza, downtown, with NPR news updates and relaxing classics to soothe your commute; then music to keep you company through dinner and the evening.
Celebrating the Next Generation
The Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra, Duquesne University Orchestra, the Carnegie Mellon University Concert Choir, the Duquesne University Voices of Spirit Choir and Pappert Chorale join forces in a program of works by Mahler, Theofanidis, Kodaly, Budavari, and Schmidt, live from Heinz Hall. Each ensemble performs a work on its own, led by its respective director. Then, all join together on stage for the finale of the program, under the baton of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck. Ted Sohier hosts our broadcast from Heinz Hall.
Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin
In the 5th century BC, water was classified as one of the four essential elements. Over the centuries, artists, poets, philosophers, and composers have returned again and again to the mysteries of water for inspiration. This week, we’ll focus on “water music,” with works by Vaughan Williams, Mahler, Debussy, and (of course) Handel.