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Thursday 8/25
6:00 am – Thursday Midnight Leonard Bernstein Birthday Part 2
Leonard Bernstein Birthday Part 2

Bernstein the Conductor, Composer, Pianist and Role Model, with commentary and insight from the current Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, Alan Gilbert, former conducting student Marin Alsop and one of the many fans who was inspired to become a conductor after seeing him conduct one of his famed Young Person’s Concerts.

Friday 8/26
12:00 am – 6:00 am Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall

Spend the evening and early morning with Bach, Hovhaness, Corelli, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Copland and all of the composers and performers that make classical music the best company of all time – at all times.

6:00 am – 12:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Preston Trombly
Classical Music with Preston Trombly

Throughout the week, Preston Trombly warms up your work day and daily activities with the gems and giants of classical music – from Bach, Brahms and Mozart to Aaron Copland, John Adams and Jennifer Higdon.

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Classical Music with Lauren Rico
Classical Music with Lauren Rico

Lauren Rico offers personal, cultural and contemporary reflections to the music from long ago to modern times.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Classics on Film: from the Golden Age to movies opening this weekend
Classics on Film: from the Golden Age to movies opening this weekend

A couple of teenagers are at the heart of this weekend's film music journey. One's got a talent for hacking into companies who really don't know how vulnerable they are. Another is a gutsy gal who wants to avenge her murdered father. And another is high school geek with a rusty car that isn't what it seems. We're also throwing into the mix a focus on the life of a famous revolutionary hero. Four composers bring it all to life with fantastic sound dimensions!

10:00 pm – Friday Midnight Classical Music with Lauren Rico
Classical Music with Lauren Rico

Lauren Rico offers personal, cultural and contemporary reflections to the music from long ago to modern times.

Saturday 8/27
12:00 am – 8:00 am Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall

Spend the evening and early morning with Bach, Hovhaness, Corelli, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Copland and all of the composers and performers that make classical music the best company of all time – at all times.

8:00 am – 12:00 pm Baroque and Beyond - the best of the 1600s
Baroque and Beyond - the best of the 1600s

Late Works, Part 2—This theme seems to have struck a chord—we had listeners who wanted more late Bach (can do!) and we will visit some composers we missed last time, like Torelli and Telemann.

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Weekend Pops with Vincent Caruso
Weekend Pops with Vincent Caruso

Classical Music's lighter and brighter side for your weekend.

11:00 pm – Saturday Midnight What's New!
What's New!

Take a listen to new recordings, new music and some wonderful, not-so-conventional takes on classical music.

Sunday 8/28
12:00 am – 1:00 am Classics on Film: from the Golden Age to movies opening this weekend
Classics on Film: from the Golden Age to movies opening this weekend

A couple of teenagers are at the heart of this weekend's film music journey. One's got a talent for hacking into companies who really don't know how vulnerable they are. Another is a gutsy gal who wants to avenge her murdered father. And another is high school geek with a rusty car that isn't what it seems. We're also throwing into the mix a focus on the life of a famous revolutionary hero. Four composers bring it all to life with fantastic sound dimensions!

1:00 am – 6:00 am Weekend Pops with Vincent Caruso
Weekend Pops with Vincent Caruso

Classical Music's lighter and brighter side for your weekend.

6:00 am – 11:00 am Vox Choral - The human voice in all its beauty and glory
Vox Choral - The human voice in all its beauty and glory

As we heard Thursday, Leonard Bernstein was many things; so it is most appropriate to celebrate him as a choral conductor (Haydn was a favorite) and a choral composer. And, with the help of Jamie Bernstein, we will learn about the creation of the Chichester Psalms.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Millennium of Music -- Pre-Bach
Millennium of Music -- Pre-Bach

Explore the really early days of classical music with Robert Aubry Davis, who takes you way way way back in the days before Bach and Vivaldi. There were no rules so composers had free reign and composed some of the most imaginative, expressive and exotic music of all time...quirkly too!

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith
Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith

O Canada! A program featuring Canadian artists, each of whom is known for an approach to music-making that’s as wide as those great open spaces north of the border, from Glenn Gould and Jon Kimura Parker to Sir Ernest MacMillan and the Canadian Brass.

8:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Baroque and Beyond - the best of the 1600s
Baroque and Beyond - the best of the 1600s

Late Works, Part 2—This theme seems to have struck a chord—we had listeners who wanted more late Bach (can do!) and we will visit some composers we missed last time, like Torelli and Telemann.

Monday 8/29
12:00 am – 1:00 am Millennium of Music -- Pre-Bach
Millennium of Music -- Pre-Bach

Explore the really early days of classical music with Robert Aubry Davis, who takes you way way way back in the days before Bach and Vivaldi. There were no rules so composers had free reign and composed some of the most imaginative, expressive and exotic music of all time...quirkly too!

1:00 am – 6:00 am Vox Choral - The human voice in all its beauty and glory
Vox Choral - The human voice in all its beauty and glory

As we heard Thursday, Leonard Bernstein was many things; so it is most appropriate to celebrate him as a choral conductor (Haydn was a favorite) and a choral composer. And, with the help of Jamie Bernstein, we will learn about the creation of the Chichester Psalms.

6:00 am – 12:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

12:00 pm – 1:20 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents

Isn’t it Romantic? Yes it is. Hear Members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center play the almost over the romantic top String Quartet by Borodin, a mostly romantic joke by Dvorak and one of Fritz Kreisler’s most famous works in a setting for 5.

1:20 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Preston Trombly
Classical Music with Preston Trombly

Throughout the week, Preston Trombly warms up your work day and daily activities with the gems and giants of classical music – from Bach, Brahms and Mozart to Aaron Copland, John Adams and Jennifer Higdon.

6:00 pm – Monday Midnight Classical Music with Lauren Rico
Classical Music with Lauren Rico

Lauren Rico offers personal, cultural and contemporary reflections to the music from long ago to modern times.

Tuesday 8/30
12:00 am – 6:00 am Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall

Spend the evening and early morning with Bach, Hovhaness, Corelli, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Copland and all of the composers and performers that make classical music the best company of all time – at all times.

6:00 am – 12:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Preston Trombly
Classical Music with Preston Trombly

Throughout the week, Preston Trombly warms up your work day and daily activities with the gems and giants of classical music – from Bach, Brahms and Mozart to Aaron Copland, John Adams and Jennifer Higdon.

6:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Classical Music with Lauren Rico
Classical Music with Lauren Rico

Lauren Rico offers personal, cultural and contemporary reflections to the music from long ago to modern times.

Wednesday 8/31
12:00 am – 2:00 am Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith
Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith

O Canada! A program featuring Canadian artists, each of whom is known for an approach to music-making that’s as wide as those great open spaces north of the border, from Glenn Gould and Jon Kimura Parker to Sir Ernest MacMillan and the Canadian Brass.

2:00 am – 6:00 am Symphony Hall
Symphony Hall

Spend the evening and early morning with Bach, Hovhaness, Corelli, Rachmaninov, Mozart, Copland and all of the composers and performers that make classical music the best company of all time – at all times.

6:00 am – 12:00 pm Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith
Classical Music with Martin Goldsmith

Martin Goldsmith is your host for many of classical music's most popular works and some new discoveries featuring compelling performances by the world’s finest orchestras and soloists.

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Classical Music with Preston Trombly
Classical Music with Preston Trombly

Throughout the week, Preston Trombly warms up your work day and daily activities with the gems and giants of classical music – from Bach, Brahms and Mozart to Aaron Copland, John Adams and Jennifer Higdon.

6:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight Classical Music with Lauren Rico
Classical Music with Lauren Rico

Lauren Rico offers personal, cultural and contemporary reflections to the music from long ago to modern times.



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