Music in Mid Ohio is our show on Classical 101 all about music making in Columbus and central Ohio.
These are concerts you may have attended or performances often given "by your friends and neighbors." People often pursuing careers as professional musicians here and abroad, or playing for love at a very high level of talent and love.
The show is also an opportunity to hear guests who come to Columbus thanks to Chamber Music Columbus, Opera Columbus, Early Music in Columbus, New Albany Symphony, Lancaster Chorale, and McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra, just to name a few.
Here is the broadcast schedule for October. And yes, programs are subject to change:
Chamber Music Columbus: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
Mendelssohn: Trio no. 1 in d
Early Music in Columbus: Fior Angelico conducted by Matthew Bester
Victoria: Animam mean dilectam
Springfield Symphony with Peter Stafford Wilson, conductor
Elgar: Cockaigne Overture "In London Town"
Lancaster Chorale conducted by Stephen Caracciolo
Vaughan Williams: The Turtledove
Flummerfelt: The Water is Wide
Sundays in Central: Cygnus Quartet
Beethoven: String Quartet in G, Op. 18, no. 2
Westerville Symphony conducted by Peter Stafford Wilson, conductor, with Kimberlee Goodman, flute
Nielsen: Flute Concerto
Orlay Alonso, piano
Albeniz: Iberia: Fete a Seville
McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra with conductor Antoine Clark
Beethoven: Symphony 3 in E flat, Eroica
The season finale of Music In Mid-Ohio.
New Albany Symphony; Capital University Choirs
Beethoven: Symphony 9 in d minor, Choral
Jenny Lindsey, soprano; Katherine Carroll, mezzo-soprano; Christopher Bozeka, tenor; Eric McKeever, baritone; Lynda Hasseler, choral director; Luis Biava, conductor