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SATURDAY | SUNDAY | MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY

MONDAY, MARCH 1

   
GMT 0100/EST 8:00PM (Sunday)
GMT 0100/EST 8:00PM (Sunday)
  CKUA
Alberta, CANADA
20K WMP M
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0100
8:00PM
Bel Musica [No Details available] (3 hrs.)
  VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

128KAAC

128K MP3

 

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0100
8:00PM
Opera at Eight: Castor et Pollux (Tragédie en musique)
Jean-Philippe Rameau
Jeanette Scovotti (soprano) [Minerve (Minerva)] | Märta Schéle (soprano) [Vénus] | Zeger Vandersteene (tenor) [L'Amour (Cupid)] | Rolf Leanderson (baritone) [Mars] | Jeanette Scovotti (soprano) [Télaïre, fille du Soleil (Telaira, daughter of the Sun)] | Norma Lerer (soprano) [Phébé, princesse de Sparte (Phoebe, Princess of Sparta)] | Zeger Vandersteene (tenor) [Castor, fils de Tindare (Castor, son of Tyndareus)] | Gérard Souzay (baritone) [Pollux, fils de Jupiter et de Léda (Pollux, son of Jupiter and Leda)] | Jacques Villisech (bass-baritone) [Jupiter] | Sven-Erik Alexandersson (tenor) [Le Gran-Pretre de Jupiter (The high priest of Jupiter) | Un Athlète] | Rold Leanderson (baritone) [Un Athlète] | Helga Reiter (soprano) [Une Suivante d'Hébé (A follower of Hebe)] | Märta Schéle (soprano) [Une Suivante d'Hébé (A follower of Hebe) | Une Ombre heureuse (A blessed spirit) | Une Planète (A planet)] | Stockholm Kammerkören [Les Arts | Les Plaisirs (the Pleasures)] | Stockholm Kammerkören [Athlètes, combattants et Spartiates | Prêtres de Jupiter (priests of Jupiter) | Plaisirs célestes | Démons | Ombres heureuses (blessed spirits) | Astres (stars) | Constellations, Planètes, Satellites | Les Dieux (gods)] | Concentus Musicus Wien | Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor) (No duration given)
  WHRB
Cambridge, Massuachusetts, USA
64K AAC+
96K MP3
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0100
8:00PM
Opera: Donizetti: Don Pasquale
Bruscantini, Freni, Winbergh, Nucci; Riccardo Muti conducting (4 hrs.)
   
GMT 0200/EST 9:00PM (Sunday)
GMT 0200/EST 9:00PM (Sunday)
  WFMT
Chicago, Illinois, USA

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0200
9:00PM

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Solti Conducts Mahler 8

Sir Georg Solti, the CSO’s eighth music director, conducts Mozart‘s Symphony No. 39 and Mahler‘s monumental Symphony of a Thousand.

Playlist Mozart: Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major, K. 543

Mahler: Symphony No. 8 in E-flat Major (Symphony of a Thousand)
Heather Harper, soprano; Lucia Popp, soprano; Arleen Augér, soprano; Yvonne Minton, contralto; Helen Watts, contralto; René Kollo, tenor; John Shirley-Quirk, baritone; Martti Talvela, bass
Wiener Staatsopernchor (Norman Balatsch, director)
Wiener Singverein (Helmut Froschauer, director)
Wiener Sängerknaben (2 hrs.)

   
GMT 0400/EST 11:00PM
GMT 0400/EST 11:00PM
  IPR Classical
Iowa City, Iowa, USA

128K MP3

   
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0400
11:00PM
Opera: No opera today
   
GMT 0800/EST 3:00AM
GMT 0800/EST 3:00AM
  FRANCE MUSIQUE
Paris, FRANCE

128K AAC

 

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0800
3:00AM
SPECIAL PROGRAM: EN PISTES !
Le baryton Ludovic Tézier interprète Verdi avec l'Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Par Emilie Munera et Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier
Également, le Fauré Quartett reprend le quatuor pour piano du compositeur éponyme, Guido Schiefen et Markus Kreul interpètent des Danses hongroises de Brahms, la pianiste Hannes Minnaar joue Schumann et Ravel au piano, ou encore la parution d'un coffret Beethoven par le chef Jan Willem de Vriend.

L'actualité du disque classique - Le disque du jour
Verdi - Ludovic Tézier
LE DISQUE CLASSIQUE DU JOUR
Verdi - Ludovic Tézier
Par Emilie Munera et Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier

L'équipe de l'émission :
Emilie MuneraProduction
Rodolphe Bruneau-BoulmierProduction
Lionel QuantinRéalisation
Olivier GuérinRéalisation
Victor JarnoCollaboration
Laure PoissonnierCollaboration (1 hr., 30 min.)

  VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

128KAAC

128K MP3

 

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0800
3:00AM
Opera Encore: Manon Lescaut
Daniel-François-Esprit Auber
Mady Mesplé [Manon Lescaut] | Peter-Christoph Runge [Le Marquis d'Hérigny] | Jean-Claude Orliac [Le Chevalier Des Grieux] | Yves Bisson [Lescaut] | Emmy Greger [Marguerite] | Gérard Friedmann [Gervais] | Ghislaine Victorius [Zabi] | Alain Duverry [Renaud] | Bernard Fabre-Garrus [Durozeau] | Nicole Chaudeau [Madame Bancelin] | Jean Bussard [Un Domestique] | Alain Duverry [Le Sergent] | Chours de Radio France | Orchestre Lyrique de Radio-France | Jean-Pierre Marty (conductor) (No duration given)
   
GMT 1705/EST 12:05PM
GMT 1705/EST 12:05PM
  KLASSIKARAADIO
Talinn, ESTONIA

128K aacPlus [WINAMP]
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1705
12:05PM

Ooperiõhtu: Nina Šenk - Marpurgi
Sloveenia noorema põlvkonna helilooja Nina Šenki ooper jõudis lavale eelmisel aastal, selle sündmustik leiab aset 15. sajandil Maribori linnas vahetult enne juudi kogukonna pagendamist sealselt territooriumilt.

Tegevustik põhineb sloveenia kirjaniku Zlata Vokaci ajaloolisel romaanil.

Ooperi esitasid Maribori sümfooniaorkester Simon Krečiči dirigeeirmisel ja ooperikoor Zsuzsa Budavari-Novaki juhatusel. Pearollides olid bariton Jaki Jurgec, sopran Sabina Cvilak ja tenor Martin Sušnik.

Salvestatud 10. oktoobril 2020. aastal Sloveenia rahvusteatri suures saalis Mariboris.

Stuudios kommenteerib Ivo Heinloo. (1 hr., 55 min.)

   
GMT 1734/EST 12:34PM
GMT 1734/EST 12:34PM
  YLE KLASSINEN
Finnish Radio

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1734
12:34PM
SPECIAL PROGRAM: Mahler: Sinfonia n:o 8 Es-duuri (Tuhannen sinfonia)
(Faye Robinson, Judith Blegen ja Deborah Sasson, sopraano, Florence Quivar ja Lorna Myers, altto, Kenneth Riegel, tenori, Benjamin Luxon, baritoni, ja Gwynne Howell, basso, sekä Bostonin poikakuoro, Tanglewoodin musiikkijuhlien kuoro ja Bostonin SO/Seiji Ozawa). (1 hr., 20 min.)
   
GMT 1900/EST 2:00PM
GMT 1900/EST 2:00PM
  WDR3
Cologne, GERMANY

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1900
2:00PM
SPECIAL PROGRAM: WDR 3 Konzert
Mit Ulrike Froleyks
Frankenstein und andere Monster

Frrrrrankenstein! Niemand rollt das "R" so bedrohlich wie sein Schöpfer, der österreichische Chansonnier, Komponist und Dirigent HK Gruber. Sein Erfolgsstück von 1977 erzählt Geschichten vom Monster mit schwarzem Humor. Das Pandämonium "Frankenstein" mit Werken von Kurt Weill zu kombinieren, ist für Gruber eine Selbstverständlichkeit. Weill gehört wie Hanns Eisler zu seinen Lieblingskomponisten, die er oft, gerne und auch streitlustig auf die Bühne bringt: Wehe, es wird nicht richtig arrrtikuliert! Kein Problem für die beiden Solistinnen des heutigen Abends, die legendären Kessler-Schwestern. Sekundiert vom fabelhaften Ensemble Musikfabrik ist dieser fast schon historisch zu nennende Konzertmitschnitt aus dem Jahre 2000 ein grrroßes Hörvergnügen mit Gruseleffekt.

Kurt Weill:
Ouvertüre zur "Dreigroschenoper" / Songs aus der "Dreigroschenoper" und "Mahagonny" / Die sieben Todsünden
HK Gruber:
Frankenstein
Alice und Ellen Kessler, Gesang; Ensemble Musikfabrik, Gesang und Leitung: HK Gruber
Aufnahme aus der Tonhalle Düsseldorf (2 hrs.)
  
     
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