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TUESDAY, AUGUST 23

   
GMT 0000/EDT 8:00PM (Monday)
GMT 0000/EDT 8:00PM (Monday)
 

KHFM

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0000
8:00PM
SPECIAL PROGRAM: The Santa Fe Opera 2022

Tristan und Isolde

Music: Richard Wagner
Libretto: Richard Wagner
Conductor: James Gaffigan
Stage Director: Zack Winokur and Lisenka Heijboer Castañón

Cast
Isolde: Tamara Wilson
Brangäne: Jamie Barton
Tristan: Simon O’Neill
Kurwenal: Nicholas Brownlee
King Marke: Eric Owens
The Santa Fe Opera Chorus & Orchestra (No duration given
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  VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

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0000
8:00PM

Opera at Eight: Hamlet
Ambroise Thomas
Thomas Hampson (baritone) [Hamlet] | June Anderson [Ophélie] | Samuel Ramey (bass) [Claudius, Roi du Danemark] | Gregory Kunde [Laërte] | Denyce Graves [La Reine Gertrude] | Jean-Philippe Courtis [Le Spectre] | Gerard Garino [Marcellus] | François Le Roux [Horatio] | Michel Trempot [Polonius] | Thierry Felix [Premier Fossoyeur] | Jean-Pierre Furlan [Second Fossoyeur] | Ambrosian Opera Chorus | London Philharmonic Orchestra | Antonio de Almeida (conductor)
(No duration given)

   
GMT 0300/EDT 11:00PM (Monday)
GMT 0300/EDT 11:00PM (Monday)
  KXLU
Los Angeles, California, USA
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0300
11:00PM
Monday Night Opera: Host: Katherine B. Free
No details available yet (3 hrs.)
   
GMT 0700/EDT 3:00AM
GMT 0700/EDT 3:00AM
  VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

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0700
3:00AM
Opera Encore: Norma
Vincenzo Bellini
Montserrat Caballé (soprano) [Norma] | Fiorenza Cossotto [Adalgisa] | Plácido Domingo (tenor) [Pollione] | Ruggero Raimondi (baritone) [Oroveso] | Elizabeth Bainbridge [Clotilde] | Kenneth Collins [Flavio] | Ambrosian Opera Chorus | London Philharmonic Orchestra | Carlo Felice Cillario (conductor) (No duration given)
   
GMT 1200/EDT 8:00AM
GMT 1200/EDT 8:00AM
  BBC RADIO 3
UNITED KINGDOM
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1200
8:00AM

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Composer of the Week
Between Two Cities
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) Episode 1 of 5

Donald Macleod explores Mendelssohn’s exhausting schedule in the year 1843.

Felix Mendelssohn has been described as one of the most gifted and versatile musical prodigies ever, becoming a prolific composer writing in many genres from incidental stage and symphonic music, to works for chamber ensembles and solo piano. However, his was a life which was cut short in his thirties. Towards the end of his life, he was at the height of his fame, and at the forefront of German music not only as a composer, but also as conductor, pianist, organist and teacher. In this series, Composer of the Week focuses upon the final five years of Mendelssohn’s life, as Donald Macleod surveys the many iconic works he composed during that period, and journeys through Mendelssohn’s extremely hectic schedule which undoubtably led to the composer's early demise.

Mendelssohn began the year 1843 in a rather sombre tone, as only a few days before his mother had suddenly died. Yet as the year progressed, Mendelssohn demonstrated his usual characteristic of undertaking a great too many things, frequently commuting between Leipzig and Berlin to fulfil is heavy commitments in both cities. He was a guiding force behind the newly opened Conservatory in Berlin, and even when he asked for an audience with King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia so he could resign some of his duties in the capitol, the king instead promoted Mendelssohn so he now was responsible for the improvement of sacred singing and music. During this period he did find time to compose some of his most iconic works, including his second cello sonata, and the incidental music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Lied ohne Worte in E minor, Op 62 No 3 (Trauermarsch)
Daniel Barenboim, piano

Paulus, Op 36 (excerpt)
Susan Gritton, soprano
Barry Banks, tenor
Peter Coleman-Wright, bass
BBC National Chorus of Wales
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Richard Hickox, conductor

Cello Sonata No 2 in D, Op 58
Mischa Maisky, cello
Sergio Tiempo, piano

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op 61 (excerpt)
Sandrine Piau, soprano
Delphine Collot, soprano
Choir of the Chapel Royal Collegium Vocale
Orchestra of the Champs Elysees
Philippe Herreweghe, director

Produced by Luke Whitlock, for BBC Wales (1 hr.)

   
GMT 1735/EDT 1:35PM
GMT 1735/EDT 1:35PM
  BARTOK RADIO
Budapest, HUNGARY

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1735
1:35PM
Opera: Georges Bizet: Carmen
Négyfelvonásos opera
Szövegét – Prosper Mérimée azonos című novellája nyomán – Henri Meilhac és Ludovic Halévy írta
Vez.: Thomas Beecham
Km.: Versailles-i Gyermekkar, Francia Rádió Gyermekkara, Francia Rádió Kórusa (karig.: René Alix), Francia Rádió Nemzeti Zenekara
Szereposztás:
Carmen, cigánylány – Victoria de los Ángeles (szoprán)
Don José, tizedes – Nicolai Gedda (tenor)
Micaëla, parasztlány – Janine Micheau (szoprán)
Escamillo, torreádor – Ernest Blanc (bariton)
Frasquita – Denise Monteil (szoprán)
Mercédès – Marcelle Croisier (mezzoszoprán)
Dancaïre – Jean-Christophe Benoit (bariton)
Remendado, csempész – Michel Hamel (tenor)
Morales, szakaszvezető – Bernard Blantey (bariton)
Zuniga, hadnagy – Xavier Depraz (basszus) (2 hrs., 30 min.)
   
GMT 1800/EDT 2:00PM
GMT 1800/EDT 2:00PM
 

RADIO KLASSIK STEPHANSDOM
Vienna, AUSTRIA

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1800
2:00PM

Opernabend: Keiser, Reinhard (1674-1739)
Der Geliebte Adonis

Venus: Marietta Zumbült
Adonis: Ralf Popken
Eumene: Susanne Rydén
Dryante: Mona Spägele
Gelon: Knut Schoch
Proteus & Mars: Raimonds Spogis

Capella Orlandi Bremen
Leitung: Thomas Ihlenfeldt

Diese Aufnahme stammt aus dem Jahr 2001.
CD: cpo, 999636-2 (3 hrs., 43 min.)

   
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
  RAI RADIO 3 CLASSICA
Rome, ITALY

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1830
2:30PM
In Sala: No details available yet
   
GMT 2154/EDT 5:54PM
GMT 2154/EDT 5:54PM
  YLE KLASSINEN
Finnish Radio

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2154
5:54PM
SPECIAL PROGRAM: Lully: Ballet des Arts, hovibaletti
(Dorothée Leclair, sopraano, Mélodie Ruvio, mezzosopraano, Romain Champion, tenori, ja Arnaud Richard, basso, sekä La Simphonie du Marais/ Hugo Reyne). (2 hrs., 16 min.)
   
     
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