Mornings on Classical 91.5, March 12 - 16

Mornings on Classical 91.5, March 12 - 16

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

Brenda Tremblay presents music, bird song, news, and a daily mystery starting at 6:00 a.m.

Brenda Tremblay offers classical music, arts news, and a daily mystery quiz.


Monday, March 12

You're invited to start a new morning with works by Mozart, Haydn, Berlioz, plus Verdi's "Simon Boccanegra."

What sparked the meeting of the first American Girl Scout troop?  Find out on the Writer's Almanac.


Tuesday, March 13

On the Writer’s Almanac: mysterious lights over Arizona.
Pieces by Beethoven, Grieg, and Hugo Wolf, Adamo at the opera. 
Music by a man will be honored in California next month as a “Shining Knight of choral composition”

Wednesday, March 14

We depart from Rome, spend Nights in the Gardens of Spain, and explore Ireland. On the Composers Datebook: The Amazing Mr. Ornstein.
A performance from a legendary baritone whose career was cut short by deafness and who’s making a comeback next week, thanks to a cochlear implant

Thursday, March 15

Larsson’s Winter’s Tale Suite, an evocation of early light, Mozart’s Magic Flute
Handel's "Gloria" resurfaces on the Composers’ Datebook
A preview of Chopin Polonaise: a free lunchtime performance in the Eastman at Washington Square series

Friday, March 16

A touch of Irish luck, a medieval suite re-imagined, a Gaelic blessing
On the Composers Datebook: Massenet's "Meditation"
A performance from a dynamic woman pianist who’s preparing works by American composers who changed the world of music in l930's


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