Mornings on Classical 91.5, March 5 - 9

Mornings on Classical 91.5, March 5 - 9

Brahms's Love Song Waltzes like you've never seen them before: BIODANCE performs with the Rochester Oratorio Society and Antara Winds this week.

Monday, March 5

Music by Britten, Poulenc, and Lili Boulanger

Barber sings Barber on the Composers Datebook

Garrison Keillor on the influential hobby club which made possible the personal computer

Performances by violist Carol Rodland, baritone Benjamin Luxon, and pianist Pascal Rogé


Tuesday, March 6

Dag Wiren’s Serenade for Strings, Beethoven's Op. 127 on the Composers Datebook

Garrison Keillor remembers the novelist who wrote "What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it."


Wednesday, March 7

Host Ruth Phinney presents some of the best recordings from the WXXI library.

Daniel Pinkham on the Composers Datebook


Thursday, March 8

Music by Dvorak, Charpentier, and Nielsen

Composers’ Datebook casts a spotlight on Alan Hovhaness

Brenda chats with RPO Conductor Laureate Christopher Seaman


Friday, March 9

Works by Schubert, Sibelius, and Tailleferre

Tabloid Paganini?  (Composers’ Datebook)

Brenda talks with Eric Townell, Music Director of the Rochester Oratorio Society, and Missy Pfohl Smith of dance troupe BIODANCE about a unique version of Brahms's beloved Liebeslieder waltzes.

Click here for a podcast of their entire conversation.