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8:00am

Mon October 29, 2012
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State of the RE:Union - Southeastern Washington, The Unlikely Perfect Place

Airs Monday, October 29 at 8:00 p.m.  The Tri-Cities are Richland, Pasco and Kennewick, 3 cities clustered near one another in the vast plains and deserts of Washington state, to the east of the Cascade Mountains. It's a region that seems like it would have little to attract newcomers; it's largely remote, prone to dust storms, not close to any major city. But, over the decades, this area has drawn people from the world over, and, in this episode, we'll explore how and why. These are stories of people drawn to an unlikely place for myriad reasons,what drew them here and what communities they've built here.

3:00pm

Sat October 27, 2012
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Fiesta!

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Airs Saturday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m.  Fiesta! is a new, original production devoted to Latino concert music, and brings artistically significant compositions from Latin America, Spain and Portugal to your listeners. The acclaimed composer, musician, performer, and professor Elbio Barilari is the host and creative force behind this series. He invites listeners to enjoy and learn about the lively and compelling sounds of Latin American classical music. On this weeks program we'll hear Jose Francisco Vazque's Romanza No. 2 & Romanza No. 3 with cellist Ignacio Mariscal and pianist Carlos Alberto Pecero. Then Eduardo Fernandez plays Dionisio Aguado's Introduction and Rondo Op. 2 No. 2 in A Minor. Next we'll hear Manuel Ponce's Romantic Sketches with pianist Jorge Federico Osorio and finally we'll feature violinist Rachel Barton Pine in the Violin Concerto in F- Sharp minor by Jose White.

2:00pm

Sat October 27, 2012
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The Mozart Festival

Airs, Saturday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m. The Mozart Festival is recorded in Mozart's hometown of Salzburg, Austria and includes performances by some of the world's leading soloists and orchestras, backstage clips with performers, and location-recorded features touring the Mozarteum Foundation's priceless collections, including Mozart's original manuscripts and personal possessions. On This Weeks program we'll hear Pablo Heras-Casado who leads the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Mozart's Overture to Idomeneo; Violinist Carolin Widmann joins conductor Louis Langrée and the Camerata Salzburg in the Allegro from Mozart's Violin Concerto in G; Soprano Mojca Erdmann will join conductor David Afkham and the Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg in Mozart's Aria, “Vedrai carino” from Don Giovanni; János Czifra Kapellmeister of the Salzburg Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra will be featured in the Kyrie from Mozart's Mass in C; and Louis Langrée returns to lead the Camerata Salzburg in Mozart's Symphony in C, KV 338.

12:00pm

Sat October 27, 2012
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The Cleveland Orchestra Live

Airs Saturday, October 27 at 12:00 noon. Red River Radio is pleased to bring back the Cleveland Orchestra for another superb season of broadcast concerts from the orchestra's home at Severance Hall in Cleveland and from concerts performed around the country and the world. On this week's concert we'll hear conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi who will be joined by soprano Megan Miller, mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford, tenor Eric Cutler, and bass Iain Paterson along with the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in d, Op. 125 “Choral.” The concert opens with Ligeti's  Atmospheres followed by Wagner's Prelude to Act I of Lohengrin.

8:00pm

Thu October 25, 2012
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Savannah Music Festival: Bill Charlap Trio Part 1

Airs Thursday, October 25 at 8:00 p.m. In this episode, we listen to pianist Bill Charlap and his trio, along with a few guests.  The term "Great American Songbook" generally refers to a body of music that includes Broadway theatre, musical theatre, Hollywood musicals, and the so-called Tin Pan Alley period.  It include hundreds of songs of enduring popularity written from the Teens through the early 60's in the 20th Century, many of which became, and remain, a vital part of the repertoire of jazz musicians.

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