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There continue to be some late program changes in the New York Philharmonic's radio broadcast season; but here is what we believe to be the latest highlights for February.
The Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts for Febrary include a Live in HD theater presentation of Rigoletto on the 16th and a 1:00 p.m. broadcast of Bizet's Carmen on the 23rd.
Philippe Herreweghe conducts the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic this month on SymphonyCast.
On this week's Song Travels Stephen Holden takes us on the journey through his career of reviewing music and film for the NY Times.
On this week's Song Travels soul singer Aaron Neville performs.
On this week's Song Travels we take to the road with guest Ryan Binghamï»¿.
Remembering the 60s group The 5th Dimension on this week's Song Travels.
Monday February 4th San Francisco Symphony orchestra will be delayed to 10:00 p.m. to accommodate the Erich Leinsdorf special, which pays tribute to his 100th birthday on Feb 4, 2012.
Host Michael Barone introduces us to organist-composer Robert Elmore, looks at music from the Big Apple to music inspired by Spanish dance.
This month the Chicago Symphony orchestra presents the world premiere of Christopher Rouse's "Heimdall's Trumpet," performed by the splendid soloist for whom the work was written, CSO principal trumpet Christopher Martin. ï»¿
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