11:49 am
Sat November 23, 2013

Capucons, Haitink, CSO in Brahms

French string geniuses Renaud Capuçon on violin and Gautier Capuçon on cello.

Tune in Sunday at 2pm as the Chicago Symphony explores Brahms. The esteemed Dutch maestro Bernard Haitink conducts the First  Symphony, and the phenomenal French brothers Renaud Capuçon on violin and Gautier Capuçon on cello perform the Double Concerto. The program begins with Haydn's so-called "Clock" symphony.

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9:22 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

German Requiem (& Genius Premiere)

Canadian violinist and MacArthur "Genius" fellow Leila Josefowicz
Credit J. Henry Fair, courtesy HarrisonParrott

Tune in Tuesday at 7PM as MacArthur "Genius" violinist Leila Josefowicz premieres a new work by Stephen Mackey written in memory of his mother, and Gustavo Dudamel conducts the LA Philharmonic and Master Chorale in the profoundly beautiful "German Requiem" of Johannes Brahms. At the core of this masterpiece is a movement Brahms added in memory of his own mother; it is sung by Christine Schaeffer (Matthias Goerne is the male soloist).

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