Mornings on Classical 91.5, February 13 - 17

Mornings on Classical 91.5, February 13 - 17

Weekdays from 6:00 to 10:00 a.m.


Brenda Tremblay presents classical music, news, and a few surprises. Here are this week's highlights...

Monday, February 13

You CAN take them with you: Mozart, Bernstein, and Kurt Weill

Julie Andrews, William Warfield, and the King’s Singers

Victor Herbert and ASCAP (Composer’s Datebook)


Tuesday, February 14

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Romantic themes by Tchaikovsky and others on the Composer’s Datebook

From your speakers to your heart: a ramble on love, a rondo for guitar, a romance


Wednesday, February 15

We start in the depths of the orchestra, almost out of the range of human hearing

On the Composer’s Datebook: John Adams and Christopher Rouse anniversaries

We love Egyptian nights, tangos, Bach, and Bing Crosby


Thursday, February 16

We have so much in common, it’s scary: love of French symphonies, botanical delights, & fine singing

Copland's "Vitebsk"  (Composer’s Datebook)

WXXI’s Peter DuBois interviews celebrity organist Janette Fishell


Friday, February 17

“We were together. I forget the rest.”  Walt Whitman and a symphony he inspired

Legendary aural pleasures and performances from Isaac Stern, Arleen Auger, Stephen Hough

Lee Hoiby (Composer’s Datebook)