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Weeknights 7PM – Midnight

Week of March 13th

Monday, 9:00:  From the big, new 86-CD box featuring all their recordings, Charles Munch leads the Boston Symphony in Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony and–with pianist Sviatoslav Richter–Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto.

Tuesday, 9:00:  In its world premiere recording (!), the original version of Brahms’s Fourth Symphony.

Wednesday, 8:00–11:00:  A visit from the brilliant French conductor Stephane Deneve.

Thursday, 9:00–11:00:  A visit from pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet.

Friday, 9:00:  The new recording of the work that launched Jean Sibelius’s career, the hour-long Kullervo Symphony with the Minnesota Orchestra led by Osmo Vanska.

 

Week of March 20th

Monday, 9:00:  The new (and predictably intense) recording of Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique Symphony with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic led by Vasily Petrenko.

Tuesday. 8:00:  An hour of new and classic Bach recordings, including Richard Egarr’s recent version of the first Harpsichord Partita and Benjamin Britten’s Romantic take on the first Brandenburg Concerto.

Wednesday, 8:00 — 12:00:  A visit from the brilliant, mercurial English cellist Steven Isserlis.

Thursday, 9:00:  The new recording — from Sir Andrew Davis and the Bergen Philharmonic — of Vaughan Williams’s Job–A Masque for Dancing.

Friday, 8:00 — 12:00:  A visit from the great German conductor Christoph Eschenbach.