Classical 91.5


Franz Biebl/arr. Royce Lumpkin: Ave Maria

The Eastman Trombone Choir, now in its 75th year, has played around the country and around the world. In this performance, Conductors Mark Kellogg and Larry Zalkind bring the Trombone Choir to Classical 91.5's Backstage Pass in a concert recorded before a live audience on Tuesday, January 31, 2017.

Brahms: Piano Quintet, Op 34 (1864)

Juliana Athayde, violin; Thomas Rodgers, violin; Phillip Ying, viola; Steven Doane, cello and pianist Chiao-Wen Chen perform in a concert "German Masters" recorded at Hochstein on Feb 7, 2017.

Photo courtesy of Christina Balsam Curren Glenna Curren

Domenico Gabrielli:  Ricercar No. 3 in D Major

Glenna Curren, Baroque cello

Recorded November 11, 2016 at St. Anne Church

Strozzi: Lagrime mie
Cazzati: Balletto e Corrente Quarta
Strozzi: Con le belle non ci vol fretta

Pegasus Early Music presented the concert Barbara’s Venice on September 25, 2016 at the Downtown United Presbyterian Church, 121 Fitzhugh St.
In these selections from the concert we hear Laura Heimes, soprano; Luthien Brackett, alto; Andrew Fuchs, tenor; Andrew Padgett, bass; Daniel Swenberg and Deborah Fox, lutes and theorbo.

Hochstein School of Music & Dance

Beethoven: The Creatures of Prometheus: Overture

This concert was presented at Hochstein Performance Hall on June 26, 2016.

Brahms: Four Quartets, Op 92
  O schoene Nacht

This concert was recorded on October 7, 2016 at Asbury First United Methodist Church, 1040 East Avenue in Rochester.

Dvorak: Moravian Duets, Op 32 (transcribed by Kellogg & Zalkind)

The Slighted Heart
  The Wild Rose
  The Modest Maid
  The Main Imprisoned
  Fly, Sweet Songster
  The Pledge of Love

The First Muse concert Two Trombonists Walk into a Bar was recorded January 24, 2016 at the First Unitarian Church in Rochester. 

(Left to right) Mark Kellogg, Priscilla Yuen, Larry Zalkind

Beethoven: Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello  I. Allegro

Dylan Kennedy, violin; Annie Jacobs-Perkins, cello; Benjamin Hopkins, piano (clockwise from top left)

Recorded at the Hochstein Performance Hall on June 26, 2016 with the Hochstein Alumni Orchestra, Evan Meccarello, conductor.

Expedition Audio

Weckmann:  Wie liegt die Stadt so wuest

Laura Heims, soprano; Micha Bouvier, baritone; Boel Gidholm & Mary Riccardi, Baroque violins; Christel Thielmann, Rosamund Morley and Cora Swenson Lee, viola da gamba; Naomi Gregory and Edoardo Bellotti, organ.

Publick Musick, a Baroque group that plays on period instruments, joined forces with renowned early music singers to create a program “Of Heaven and Earth,” in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the birth of Matthais Weckmann.

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Pablo de Sarasate:  Navarra

Navarra is a single-movement orchestral work composed by Pablo de Sarasate. It was first published in 1889, first in a two violins + piano version, and then as an orchestral piece with two solo violins.

In this concert, recorded November 6, 2016 at the Hochstein Performance Hall from the fall season of Live from Hochstein with host Mona Seghatoleslami, we hear Wilfredo Deglans and Tigran Vardanyan, violins; Nick Weiser, piano.

Ferenc Paczka Portrait of Violinist Pablo de Sarasate 1877