Weeknights 7PM – Midnight

Week or 6/17

Monday, 9:00: An hour of music by Leonard Bernstein, including the symphonic suite from On the Waterfront, a new recording of his youthful Piano Sonata, and the first recording of the Chichester Psalms.

Tuesday, 9:00: The celebrated recording that sparked the modern revival of interest in the music of Carl Nielsen: Leonard Bernstein’s version of the Sinfonia espansiva.

Wednesday, 11:00: An hour of music by Johannes Brahms, including the justly famous recording of the Fourth Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic conducted by Carlos Kleiber.

Thursday, 9:00: A rare complete performance of Igor Stravinsky’s ballet Pulcinella, with Hugh Wolff and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.

Friday, 9:00: The new recording of the epic Kullervo Symphony by Jean Sibelius with the BBC Scottish Symphony conducted by Thomas Dausgaard.

Monday, 11:00: The new recording of Anton Bruckner’s 9th Symphony with the Gewandhaus Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons.

Week or 6/24

Tuesday, 9:00: An hour of new recordings, including a version of the Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss with the astonishing Norwegian soprano, Lise Davidsen.

Wednesday, 11:00: The new recording of Vaughan Williams’s haunting Sinfonia Antarctica with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Andrew Manze.

Thursday. 9:00: An hour of American music, beginning with the Romantic Symphony of Howard Hanson.

Friday, 9:00: New recordings of French music, including a new benchmark recording of Chausson’s Symphony in B-flat.