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  • 12:00 AM
    Living Music, Living Composers
  • A home for immersive festival programming, composer insights, live audio and video webcasts and access to today’s leading new-music performers and venues.

  • 06:00 AM
    Living Music, Living Composers
  • A home for immersive festival programming, composer insights, live audio and video webcasts and access to today’s leading new-music performers and venues.

  • 10:00 AM
    Hammered!
  • Twenty-First Century Piano Problems

    The early modernists had Claude Debussy, the post-war György Ligeti, and the twenty-first century may very well point to the French master Pascal Dusapin as the torchbearer for reinventing the technical capabilities and sonic potential of the piano.

  • 11:00 AM
    Phil Kline
  • Phil Kline is a composer who makes music in many genres and contexts, from experimental electronics and sound installations to songs, choral, theater, chamber and orchestral music.

    Hear Phil Kline weekdays from 11 am to 1 pm on Q2 Music.

  • 01:00 PM
    Living Music, Living Composers
  • A home for immersive festival programming, composer insights, live audio and video webcasts and access to today’s leading new-music performers and venues.

  • 03:00 PM
    The Brothers Balliett
  • The Hyperion Show

    Myths have inspired works in all media for millenia; some might even say that the expression mythology was the BIRTH of the arts. Today at 3 pm, the Brothers Balliett take a listen to two stunningly different musical adaptations of the myth of the Greek deity Hyperion.

  • 04:00 PM
    Living Music, Living Composers
  • A home for immersive festival programming, composer insights, live audio and video webcasts and access to today’s leading new-music performers and venues.

  • 10:00 PM
    Evenings
  • A lush and meditative mix of 21st century classical repertoire spiked with juxtapositions of world music, Evenings on Q2 Music explores the rich counterpoint and surprising affinities that exist amongst musics from culture far and wide. From hypnotic minimalist compositions to energetic neo-classical works to music that proclaims cultural roots and ancient timbres, Evenings highlight the universal language of music.