Weeknights 7PM – Midnight
Week or 4/8
Monday, 9:00: The new recording of Rachmaninoff’s First Symphony from the London Philharmonic and Vladimir Jurowski.
Tuesday, 9:00: The new recording of the Shostakovich “Leningrad” Symphony with the Boston Symphony conducted by Andris Nelsons.
Wednesday, 9:00: The new recording of Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony featuring the Vienna Symphony conducted by Philippe Jordan.
Thursday, 9:00: Andrew Manze’s new recording (with the German Radio Philharmonic) of Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G minor.
Friday, 9:00: The late Oliver Knussen’s benchmark recording of the complete ballet, The Fairy’s Kiss by Igor Stravinsky.
Week of 4/15
Monday, 9:00: An hour of French music, including the stunning recent version of Debussy’s La Mer from Emmanuel Krivine and the National Orchestra of France.
Tuesday, 9:00: The recent recording of Mendelssohn’s incidental music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and Ivan Fischer.
Wednesday, 9:00: The recent recording of Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto from Boris Giltburg.
Thursday, 11:00: The work Dimitri Mitropoulos, music director of the New York Philharmonic, called “The Perfect Modern Score”: the Symphony in F-sharp by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.
Friday, 8:00: What has been called “Brahms’ Fifth Symphony”: Arnold Schoenberg’s orchestration of the G minor Piano Quartet.
Week or 4/22
Monday, 10:00: An hour of English music, including violinist James Ehnes’s recording of the Walton Viola Concerto.
Tuesday, 9:00: An hour of Finnish music, featuring the First Symphony of Jean Sibelius with the Boston Symphony conducted by Sir Colin Davis, and the Cantus Arcticus (the Concerto for Birds) by Einojuhani Rautavaara.
Wednesday, 9:00: One of the new benchmark recordings of Vaughan Williams’s A London Symphony with the Halle Orchestra conducted by Sir Mark Elder.
Thursday, 9:00: Classic recordings from Carlo Maria Giulini, including his Los Angeles Philharmonic version of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony.
Friday, 9:00: The new recording of the Brahms Violin Concerto from Augustin Hadelich.