As you gather with your family and friends while on vacation, know that CapRadio has the warm and inviting musical ambience for your day. Your classic daytime hosts will be there for you from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., with these special programs also on view:
9 am-10am: Every good thing. Host Andrea Blain and classical music fans across the country take the time to give thanks and celebrate one of life’s most meaningful gifts: music. An hour of stories and music to celebrate Thanksgiving.
2 p.m.-2:30 p.m .: Noon masterpiece. Symphony n ° 83 by Franz Joseph Haydn, “The hen”. Around the time the bird comes out of the oven, enjoy the Haydn Symphony, it’s a good chuckling time! Harry Christophers heads the Handel & Haydn Society.
5 pm-7pm: To thank sounds like Thanksgiving: inviting, warm and festive. It’s a contemporary and thoughtful celebration of the holiday spirit with music by Eric Whitacre, Bach, Copland and more.
So for your musical after-dinner digestive at 7 p.m., Avery Jeffry is your host for an Excellence In Jazz evening to aid your digestion with a sweeter-than-pumpkin pie atmosphere.
Define an additional location for CapRadio Music. We promise not to discuss politics.
Four Seasons: Autumn (L’Autunno) in F major Opus 8 RV 293
… and her friends Janine Jansen, violin
Philadelphia Orchestra; Yannick Nezet-Seguin, conductor
Widmung (Dedication) Opus 25/1
Van Cliburn, piano
Opening of La Pie voleuse (LA GAZZA LADRA)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Yoel Levi, conductor
Ralph vaughan williams
English folk song suite
University of Texas Wind Ensemble; Jerry Junkin, conductor
Calm seas and prosperous travel Opus 27 Opening
London Symphony Orchestra; Claudio Abbado, conductor
The Tender Earth: Continuation
Elgin Symphony Orchestra; Robert Hanson, conductor
Tessa Lark, violin
Autumn moon over a calm lake
Shen Lu, piano
In Autumn Opening Opus 11
Bergen Philharmonic; Ole Kristian Ruud, conductor