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Friday 9/30
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

If you or someone you know is a Millennial, there is a strong chance that they may not have ever seen some 'classic' movies or heard their incredible soundtrack music. What's a good hot list to check out? Vincent’s got a list of hot film music for you this weekend on Classics on Film.

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 10/1
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

When we think of the big baroque composers we pretty much know what we will hear: trio sonatas, concerto grosso works, keyboard sonatas, violin concertos, maybe some dance suites. This week, we'll look at some composers who varied the menu--which of these things is NOT like the others?

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 10/2
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

If you or someone you know is a Millennial, there is a strong chance that they may not have ever seen some 'classic' movies or heard their incredible soundtrack music. What's a good hot list to check out? Vincent’s got a list of hot film music for you this weekend on Classics on Film.

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

Our English autumn continues, including more from the son of an Italian Jewish shipbuilder father and a German Jewish mother who became one of the great lights of the 20th century English choral renaissance.

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

In the last program of our Shostakovich cycle, we experience the string quartets Numbers 13, 14, and 15. Dating from the early 1970s, they represent a summation of all that Shostakovich learned in nearly 40 years of quartet writing. The Fifteenth, completed only months before Shostakovich’s death, may well have been the composer’s own self-written Requiem.

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

When we think of the big baroque composers we pretty much know what we will hear: trio sonatas, concerto grosso works, keyboard sonatas, violin concertos, maybe some dance suites. This week, we'll look at some composers who varied the menu--which of these things is NOT like the others?

Monday 10/3
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

Our English autumn continues, including more from the son of an Italian Jewish shipbuilder father and a German Jewish mother who became one of the great lights of the 20th century English choral renaissance.

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

Members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center take us on this road from Mendelssohn (Germany 1809 - 1847), Alexander Zemlinsky (Austria 1871 – 1942) and Arnold Schoenberg (Austria 1874 – 1951) Mendelssohn: String Sextet (Pristine Precise and Passionate) Zemlinsky: String Quartet No. 1 (a wonderfully early romantic and oh so sweet and charming) Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony (One of his last, tonal and ultra-romantic works before he went all 12 Tone on us.) Arranged for 5 players by Anton Webern

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 – 8:00 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.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm For the Love of Brahms
For the Love of Brahms

One of classical music’s most celebrated and mysterious love triangles brought together Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann and Schumann’s wife Clara. Each of the three were remarkable pianists and composers, and both men loved Clara. We’ll never know what happened, or what didn’t happen. We do know that this mutually inspired trio created some of the sweetest, most beautiful and passionate music of all time. Violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Jeremy Denk perform an exclusive recital on SiriusXM’s Symphony Hall (Channel 76) that leaves no romantic note unsaid.

9:00 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 10/4
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 – 8:00 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.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra “Finn-Fest” Part 1
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra “Finn-Fest” Part 1

The Buffalo Philharmonic recently celebrated the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jean Sibelius, Finland’s best-known composer. From the FinnFest in Buffalo, we’ll hear two of those concerts featuring works by Sibelius and some Finnish composers (who followed in Sibelius’ footsteps), and Finnish soloists as well.

10:00 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 10/5
12:00 am – 2:00 am Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith
Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith

In the last program of our Shostakovich cycle, we experience the string quartets Numbers 13, 14, and 15. Dating from the early 1970s, they represent a summation of all that Shostakovich learned in nearly 40 years of quartet writing. The Fifteenth, completed only months before Shostakovich’s death, may well have been the composer’s own self-written Requiem.

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 – 5:00 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.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm For the Love of Brahms
For the Love of Brahms

One of classical music’s most celebrated and mysterious love triangles brought together Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann and Schumann’s wife Clara. Each of the three were remarkable pianists and composers, and both men loved Clara. We’ll never know what happened, or what didn’t happen. We do know that this mutually inspired trio created some of the sweetest, most beautiful and passionate music of all time. Violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Jeremy Denk perform an exclusive recital on SiriusXM’s Symphony Hall (Channel 76) that leaves no romantic note unsaid.

6:00 pm – 8:00 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.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra “Finn-Fest” Part 2
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra “Finn-Fest” Part 2

The Buffalo Philharmonic recently celebrated the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jean Sibelius, Finland’s best-known composer. From the FinnFest in Buffalo, we’ll hear two of those concerts featuring works by Sibelius and some Finnish composers (who followed in Sibelius’ footsteps), and Finnish soloists as well.

10:00 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.

Thursday 10/6
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 – 10:00 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.

10:00 pm – 11:20 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents

Members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center take us on this road from Mendelssohn (Germany 1809 - 1847), Alexander Zemlinsky (Austria 1871 – 1942) and Arnold Schoenberg (Austria 1874 – 1951) Mendelssohn: String Sextet (Pristine Precise and Passionate) Zemlinsky: String Quartet No. 1 (a wonderfully early romantic and oh so sweet and charming) Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony (One of his last, tonal and ultra-romantic works before he went all 12 Tone on us.) Arranged for 5 players by Anton Webern

11:20 pm – Thursday 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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