Podcasts

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2019-2020 Season - Program 15 - Part 1 - Jul 23, 2020

This week’s program features Augustine Hadelich playing “Concentric Paths” by Thomas Ades, along with the Mozart Violin Concerto No. 2.  And Finnish conductor Osmo Vanska conducts the Nielsen Helios Overture and the Sibelius Symphony No. 3.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2019-2020 Season - Program 15 - Part 2 - Jul 23, 2020

This week’s program features Augustine Hadelich playing “Concentric Paths” by Thomas Ades, along with the Mozart Violin Concerto No. 2.  And Finnish conductor Osmo Vanska conducts the Nielsen Helios Overture and the Sibelius Symphony No. 3.

Daniel Meyer - Christmas in July - Jul 22, 2020

Music Director of the Erie Philharmonic, Artistic Director of the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, and Director of Orchestral Activities at Duquesne University, Daniel Meyer will be heard this Friday night on Performance in Pittsburgh, as we celebrate "Christmas in July" with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.  He'll conducted the PSO in several selections on our PSO Holiday Pops broadcast Friday at 7pm.  He joined Jim Cunningham on the QED Morning Show to talk about the Holiday Pops, the Holiday Season and what he's been up to during the Covid pandemic.  

Augustin Hadelich - Bohemian Tales CD - Jul 17, 2020

WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham spoke with violinist Augustin Hadelich about his new CD "Bohemian Tales" which features music of Suk, Dvorak and Janacek.  Hadelich also talks about his memories of performing in Pittsburgh.  

Bach Choir of Pittsburgh - Tuesdays with Thomas - Jul 15, 2020

The Bach Choir of Pittsburgh's Artistic Director and Conductor Thomas W. Douglas spoke with WQED about his weekly webseries "Tuesday's with Thomas," the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh's future plans, and the importance of community during these troubling times.

Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida and William Caballero - Extraordinary Measures - Jul 15, 2020

Pittsburgh Symphony Principal Oboe Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida and Principal Horn William Caballero with an update on the summer during a pandemic. Chamber Music on the way from the North Hills, the thinking for students at CMU this fall, restaurant suggestions, Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda from the Bright Spots website of the Pittsburgh Symphony and more from the QED Morning Show with Jim Cunningham.

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