Weeknights 7PM – Midnight

Week or 11/11

Monday, 8:00: An hour of 18th century music, including Igor Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks Concerto.

Tuesday, 8:00: An hour of organ music, including Cameron Carpenter’s transcription of Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

Wednesday, 8:00: New recordings of Mozart’s 17th Piano Concerto and the last of the Beethoven String Quartets.

Thursday, 9:00: New recordings of Vaughan Williams’s Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis and Pastoral Symphony.

Friday, 9:00: The new recording of the Berlioz Requiem from the world’s reigning Berlioz conductor, John Nelson.

Week or 11/18

Monday, 9:00: From the new Beethoven symphony cycle, Andris Nelsons conducts the Vienna Philharmonic in the Symphony No. 7 in A.

Tuesday, 10:25: After more than 60 years, what is still the benchmark recording of the suite from Le bourgeois gentilhomme by Richard Strauss, the 1956 recording by the Chicago Symphony conducted by the composer’s friend, Fritz Reiner.

Wednesday, 9:00: Music by two English rich kids who made good: the Fifth Symphony of Ralph Vaughan Williams and the Piano Sonata No. 6 by York Bowen.

Thursday, 9:00: In its most adult modern recording, the First Symphony of Johannes Brahms played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini.

Friday, 8:00: An hour of recordings by the great American pianist, William Kapell.