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This week From the Top comes to you from the E.G. Conference at the Golden State Theater in Monterey, Calif., where and an incredible 9-year-old pianist plays Chopin, a 16-year-old double bassist plays a piece written for Picasso's 90th birthday and ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro performs some of his own compositions accompanied by our young musicians.
For more than seven decades, the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts have brought opera into millions of homes, playing a vital and unparalleled role in the development and appreciation of opera in this country. The broadcasts debuted on Dec. 25, 1931, with Humperdinck’s "Hansel and Gretel," and are now the longest-running classical ...
Hollywood's Biblical epics do everything on a large scale. On this week's show, host David Garland offers suites from "King of Kings," by Miklos Rozsa, and "The Greatest Story Ever Told," by Alfred Newman.