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Every summer in Vermont, musicians come together to find the quiet, space and time to explore the meaning and magic of chamber music. Since 1951, the Marlboro Music Festival has been summer home to classical luminaries such as Rudolf Serkin, Pablo Casals, Richard Goode, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Murray Perahia, Jaime Laredo, and Mitsuko Uchida (its current Artistic Director), to name a few. And for 50 years, the Musicians from Marlboro touring program has been taking that summertime magic on the road, bringing the spirit of its Vermont home to audiences across the country.

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Center Stage from Wolf Trap showcases live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians. Recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap, just outside of Washington D. C. These 26 one-hour radio programs are presented by co-hosts Rich Kleinfeldt and Lee Anne Myslewski. Each show focuses on a single chamber artist or group.

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A series of 16 or more Chamber Music Concerts recorded at Music Mountain in the Summer of 2016.

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A series of 16 Chamber Music Concerts recorded at Music Mountain in the Summer of 2015.

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WQXR returns to the Lucerne Festival in Switzerland. Founded in 1938, this six-week event on the edge of Lake Lucerne attracts many top-name classical soloists and orchestras from around the world.

  • From: WQXR
  • Updated: Sep 26, 2014
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Hosted by Wade Goodwyn, National Public Radio’s Texas correspondent, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Broadcasts is a 13-part radio series featuring performances, under the direction of Jaap van Zweden, recorded live at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas.

Caption: The Frick Collection, Credit: simonrudkin/flickr
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For 76 years, the series Concerts from The Frick Collection has delighted listeners with the finest in keyboard recitals, all manner of chamber groups and groundbreaking early music ensembles. Many of the century's greatest artists have performed in the 175-seat music room at The Frick Collection, the former Upper East Side residence of industrialist Henry Clay Frick.

  • From: WQXR
  • Updated: Jun 01, 2015
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Produced by WQXR and Carnegie Hall, the fifth season of Carnegie Hall Live! features some of the world’s best performers and ensembles in a wide range of styles, from early music to solo recitals to orchestral performances. The season kicks off with the Opening Night Gala concert by the New York Philharmonic, conducted by Alan Gilbert and featuring guest soloist Evgeny Kissin in a rousing performance of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, Op. 23. Other highlights in the specially-curated series include concerts by the Vienna Philharmonic and Berliner Philharmoniker; recitals by stars such as pianist Yuja Wang; and the St. Lawrence String Quartet performing the New York premiere of a new work by John Adams.

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The WFMT Radio Network is very pleased to announce the syndication of the Spoleto Chamber Music Festival in conjunction with South Carolina ETV Radio. For over 30 years this 13-week series of 1-hour concerts has showcased world-class musicians from the Spoleto Festival USA.

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A series of 16 Chamber Music Concerts recorded at Music Mountain in the Summer of 2014.

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Hailed as the number one US Orchestra by the venerable British publication Gramophone, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra continues this quarter with more concerts from Symphony Center, the home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

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Presented every two years and based in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival is internationally recognized as North America’s finest piano music festival.

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The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is proud to announce details of its 2016 radio series season. The 52 one-hour programs, hosted by Elliott Forrest, feature live recorded performances by leading chamber music players from around the world. Programs feature enlightening commentary from CMS Co-Artistic Director David Finckel, and the performers.

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Since its beginning in 1911, the San Francisco Symphony has been known for innovative programs that offer a spectrum of traditional repertory and new music. Today, the Orchestra’s artistic vitality, recordings, and groundbreaking multimedia educational projects carry its impact throughout American musical life.

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Highlights from our NW Focus LIVE program. Use these performances as standalone content within your broadcasts. Exclusive content. Not for ON-DEMAND use.

  • From: KING FM
  • Updated: Aug 07, 2014
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Now in its 12th year, Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin is a creative exploration of classical music and other genres. Each week’s programs are unified by compositions that share a central theme, which might be a composer, a period of history, or a musical form.

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The series includes a broad range of orchestral, vocal, chamber and solo-instrumental music.

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There's no better way to know a country or a people than through its music. The Spanish Hour with Candice Agree invites everyone who has an interest in, a fascination of, and a love for the cultural life of Spain and the Spanish-speaking world to be entertained, enriched, and informed by this unique classical music program.

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Music Mountain 2012 is a series of 16 complete chamber music concerts recorded at Music Mountain's eighty-third season in the summer of 2012. The concerts are produced into self contained programs lasting 1 hour 56 minutes. Stations may run all 16 as a series or license the ones they wish to put into a number of available dates. These broadcasts are underwritten by Edward R. Hamilton bookseller, Falls Village, CT. On the web at edwardrhamilton.Com or through musicmountain.org.

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Host Stephen Peithman explores ideas, themes and people connected by various classical works.

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An hour of great jazz vocals, produced from a live broadcast on WMNR Fine Arts Radio and wmnr.org. Each show is organized around a different theme that reflects the wry sense of humor and idiosyncratic tastes of the host. Every show features iconic singers of the past while spotlighting newer, younger jazz vocalists, as well. It's personality radio at its best - or, at least, its quirkiest.

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It's a milestone season for one of the longest-running chamber-music series on public radio: Chamber Music from the Spoleto Festival USA returns with new host Lisa Simeone in a series of 13 one-hour concerts that mark the final season of Spoleto's venerable and one-of-a-kind Chamber Music Artistic Director Charles Wadsworth. The series features great guest artists, including violinist Chee-Yun, cellist Alisa Weilerstein, and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet joining such Spoleto mainstays as the St. Lawrence String Quartet, flutist Tara Helen O'Connor and clarinetist Todd Palmer in a season of concerts that is a true collection of "greatest hits" of Charles Wadsworth's Spoleto years. Wadsworth and his successor, St. Lawrence first violinist Geoff Nuttall, introduce each work with their typically humorous, engaging, and unique stage commentary. Also available with excerptable modules and a robust support website www.spoletochambermusic.org. Co-Produced by South Carolina ETV & Radio + WDAV Classical Public Radio. Shari Hutchinson & Benjamin K. Roe, Executive Producers

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Radio reader series from Community Radio WFHB in Bloomington, Indiana.

  • From: WFHB
  • Updated: Oct 22, 2012
Caption: Disney Concert Hall., Credit: David McNew/Getty Images News
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An eclectic mix of concert specials recorded live at Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and hosted by Renee Montagne.

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Virtuoso Voices is a collection of timely and topical sound bites from classical music's leading performers. Each sound bite (or clip) will bring your listeners an insider's perspective to the classical music they enjoy on your station. Virtuoso Voices offers classical music announcers an additional way to enhance their breaks by using the voice of the artist whose recording they're about to play on their shift.