Weeknights 7PM – Midnight

Week of May 15th

Monday, 9:00: Fritz Reiner leads the Chicago Symphony in their classic recording of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony.

Tuesday, 9:00: The 93-year-old Leopold Stokowski’s astounding final recording of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade.

Wednesday, 10:00: The out-going Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Jeffrey Kahane discusses his final concerts with the orchestra.

Thursday. 9:00: Composer Morton Lauridsen discusses his O Magnum Myterium, Nocturnes, and Lux Aeterna.

Friday, 9:00: Sir Andre Previn’s path-breaking recording of Vaughan Williams’s A London Symphony.

Week of May 22nd

Monday, 7:00: An hour of music by the Strauss family.

Tuesday, 8:00: New recordings of music by Mozart, Vaughan Williams, and William Bolcom.

Wednesday, 8:00: An hour of recent (and classic) Mozart recordings.

Thursday, 9:00: An hour of American music, featuring the Symphony No. 2 by the Yale undergraduate Charles Ives.

Friday, 9:00: Leonard Bernstein’s wildly controversial recording of Elgar’s Enigma Variations.