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Saturday 2/13
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 2/14
12:00 am – 1:00 am Classics on Film with Vincent Caruso
Classics on Film with Vincent Caruso

The magnificent and sweeping orchestral compositions by John Barry and Maurice Jarre are part of film music's vast legacy. Join Vincent for some of the memorable themes these two composers created. And for President's Day, a film music appreciation of Abraham Lincoln.

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
Vox Choral

Great romances in the choral world, and love both secular and divine.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Millennium of Music
Millennium of Music

Explore the really early days of classical music with Robert Aubry Davis, who takes you to sacred spaces around the world for music written in the thousand years before the birth of Bach.

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

Chamber music written in and for love, including one of Beethoven’s greatest sonatas that he dedicated to one of the many inappropriate women he was always falling in love with, a sextet by Brahms that he wrote to try to forget a young woman he’d briefly been engaged to, and music Samuel Barber wrote for his life partner – the man he called “Johnny” – his fellow composer Gian Carlo Menotti.

8:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Baroque and Beyond
Baroque and Beyond

It’s Valentine’s weekend, and the course of true love always runs smooth, especially in the Baroque era!

Monday 2/15
12:00 am – 1:00 am Millennium of Music
Millennium of Music

Explore the really early days of classical music with Robert Aubry Davis, who takes you to sacred spaces around the world for music written in the thousand years before the birth of Bach.

1:00 am – 6:00 am Vox Choral
Vox Choral

Great romances in the choral world, and love both secular and divine.

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

A Beethoven (Trio), Kodaly (Serenade) and Dvorak (Quintet) with performers including violinist Ani Kavafian, violist Paul Neubauer and cellist David Finckel

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 2/16
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 2/17
12:00 am – 2:00 am Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith
Chamber Music with Martin Goldsmith

Chamber music written in and for love, including one of Beethoven’s greatest sonatas that he dedicated to one of the many inappropriate women he was always falling in love with, a sextet by Brahms that he wrote to try to forget a young woman he’d briefly been engaged to, and music Samuel Barber wrote for his life partner – the man he called “Johnny” – his fellow composer Gian Carlo Menotti.

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.

Thursday 2/18
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 – 1:20 pm Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Presents

A Beethoven (Trio), Kodaly (Serenade) and Dvorak (Quintet) with performers including violinist Ani Kavafian, violist Paul Neubauer and cellist David Finckel

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 – 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

An All Baroque program for Oboe, Cello and Violins – including Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with four different violinists Enjoy an exclusive 26 week series of performances Mondays at 12 noon (est) and Thursday evening at 10 pm (est. Performers include pianist Alessio Bax, the Orion String Quartet, the Escher String Quartet, the Pacifica String Quartet, flutist Carol Wincenc, clarinetist David Shifrin, the Danish String Quartet, pianist Wu Han, cellist David Finckel, Violinist Daniel Hope, pianist Anne-Marie McDermott and guitarist Jason Vieaux.

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.

Friday 2/19
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 with Vincent Caruso
Classics on Film with Vincent Caruso

Vincent Caruso presents classic film scores from yesterday and today and spotlights film scores that carry a notable classical sensibility.

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.



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