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Coming Up on 'WMHT Live!'
Sundays at 6pm
3.18 TON—The Orchestra Now: Concert 4. Guest Conductor James Bagwell hosts this rebroadcast of the concert from February 3, 2018, with Schumann’s Symphony #2, Gershwin’s An American in Paris and blue cathedral by Jennifer Higdon. Recorded at Bard College’s Fisher Center in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
3.25 Berkshire Chamber Players presentation from January 19, 2018. It’s a program with music of Debussy, Schubert, Beethoven and more. Recorded at the Stockbridge Library in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Coming Up on 'No Ticket Required'
Fridays at 2pm
3.16 Bach: Orchestral Suite 1 in C, BWV.1066. Berkshire Bach Ensemble; Eugene Drucker, conductor. Recorded at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall in Troy, New York. (Berkshire Bach Society)
3.23 Paquito D’Rivera: Aires Tropicales. Yvonne Chavez Hansbrough, flute; Sherwood Wise, oboe; David Ciucevich, clarinet; Susan Loegering Daves, bassoon; Victor Sungarian, horn. Recorded at the Massry Center for the Arts on the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. (St. Rose/Premiere Performance Concert Series)
3.30 Debussy: Dances Sacred & Profane. Members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Recorded at the Spa Little Theater in Saratoga, New York. (CMS @ SPAC Concerts)
Student Musician of the Month
Friday mornings around 7:15am after Composer’s Classroom and Saturday afternoons at 6pm after From the Top, and online anytime, at wmht.org
Meet the March Student Musician of the Month: Flute soloist Nanase Hayami is a senior from the Emma Willard School (nominated by her music teacher, Linda McClusky). She performs Benjamin Godard’s Waltz, Op.116/3, accompanied by pianist Barbara Musial. Recorded at the WMHT Studios.