Tune in for a nightly mix that spans the centuries.
- Nimet Habachy
Charles Isherwood, theater critic for The New York Times, joins host Elliott Forrest this week to discuss why 4000 Miles has become one of his favorite plays of this season.
Symphony Hall is a one-hour program airing each weeknight that features a full-length major symphonic work. Performances are drawn from major symphony orchestras from around the globe. To find out what you heard, please consult our playlists. Symphony Hall airs weeknights at 8PM on 105.9 FM.
Tania Gabrielian and Brian Yuebing Lin were selected at the New York auditions of the 2012 Sydney International Piano Competition. The competition itself takes place every four years in Sydney, Australia. Those who pass the auditions – Gabrielian and Lin are among those who have made it through the first round to represent the U.S. – are invited to come to Sydney and perform recitals and chamber music as part of a festival broadcast all over Australia.
Host Bill McGlaughlin explores the lives and music of the two Scandinavian greats: Edvard Grieg and Jean Sibelius. Music includes a number of chamber works, Grieg’s Peer Gynt, the Norwegian Dances and several Sibelius symphonies.