I think of Music in Mid-Ohio as Classical 101’s tribute to the performing artists who live in this community. These days, with our concert halls closed and no performances before an audience, it’s a real joy to feature our local riches on the air.
August Music in Mid-Ohio programs feature a number of performances new to broadcast. Listen, enjoy, and celebrate the richness surrounding us in Central Ohio.
Let’s meet someday soon in the Ohio Theater, The Southern Theater, in our downtown churches, in the Lincoln Theater or the Davidson Theater. Let’s share a concert together in one of our area schools. Let’s sit with kids, with grandparents, with students and with anyone who loves the arts. We will. The day will come.
Until then, join me for Music in Mid-Ohio, Sunday afternoons at 1 p.m. on Classical 101.
Albeniz: Iberia: Fete a Dieu a Seville, Orlay Alonso, piano
Biebl: Ave Maria, Schola of St. Joseph Cathedral, conducted by Richard K. Fitzgerald
Dvorak: Trio in E minor, op. 90 "Dumky," Philp Setzer, violin; David Finckel, cello; Wu Han, piano
Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre: Trio Sonata in D Major, The Early Interval
Eberl: Symphony 3 in F flat Major, Op. 33, McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orch conducted by Antoine Clark
Lobo: Missa Maria Magdalena, Fior Angelico conducted by Matthew Bester
Tchaikovsky: String Quartet 3 in E flat M. Op. 30, Modigliani Quartet
Faure: Requiem (selections), Indianola Presbyterian Church Choir and Orch conducted by Christopher Dent
Rachmaninoff: Trio elegiaque in G Minor, Philip Setzer, violin; David Finckel, cello; Wu Han, piano
Dreweries accordes; Gailliard after Laveche; De la Tromba Pavin; The Earl of Essex Gailliard , Ronn McFarlane and Paul O’Dette, lutes
Glass: Concerto grosso, McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra conducted by Antoine Clark
Beethoven: Symphony 9 in d minor "Choral," New Albany Symphony Orchestra; Capital University Chorus; Jenny Lindsey, soprano; Katherine Carroll, mezzo-soprano; Christopher Bozeka, tenor; Eric McKeever, baritone