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Bob Christiansen


Scott Blankenship


Harmonia, with Angela Mariani
This morning, we'll visit Madrid, Spain and recall the history of some of its most musical attractions.


Sunday Baroque, with Suzanne Bona
The trailblazing Canadian period instrument ensemble Tafelmusik will be on a concert tour in the United States throughout the month of March. In case you can't be there in person, this morning's show will feature some of their outstanding performances.


Mindy Ratner


Lynn Warfel


Sunday at the Symphony
Lars Vogt conducts the Cologne Chamber Orchestra at a power plant in Heimbach.  Hear  Beethoven's Piano  Concerto #2; Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante in E-Flat Major for Violin, Viola and Orchestra; and Brahms' Trio #3 in c-Minor for Piano, Violin and Cello.


Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, with Jim Cunningham
Tonight's concert opened 2012's Paris Festival at Heinz Hall.  Gianandrea Noseda presents works from composers who were part of the Parisian music revolution in the early 20th century.  We'll hear the Symphony #2 of Italian-born Alfredo Casella, Claude Debussy's colorful Iberia, and suites from Spanish-born Manuel de Falla's ballet, Three Cornered Hat.


Valerie Kahler


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