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Andrew Patner on Arts and Culture

Critical Thinking

Mondays at 10:00 pm
WFMT’s Critic-at-Large Andrew Patner presents an hour-long weekly program of conversation about the arts each Monday night at 10:00 pm.

Music of Ralph Shapey (Rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2011, Andrew Patner presents violin music of the great American composer Ralph Shapey.

Non-American Music (rebroadcast)

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In a show from 2008, Andrew Patner presents a program of non-American music.

Cedille and Bridge (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2013, Andrew Patner presents a program of releases from Cedille and Bridge records.

Mostly New Music (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2012, Andrew Patner presents a program of new recordings of mostly-new music.

From the Kitchen Counter (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2013, Andrew presents a collection of music which had been sitting on his kitchen counter.

Music for Spring (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2008, Andrew Patner presents a selection of music for spring.

Tribute to Elliott Carter (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2011, Andrew Patner provides a musical tribute to the late, great Elliott Carter.

San Francisco Treat (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2011, Andrew Patner presents a program of music and spoken word recordings inspired by a visit to San Francisco — Everything from Gertrude Stein to Wagner’s “Ring” — Or are they the same thing?

Who’s Afraid of Milton Babbitt? – Part 2 (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2011,  Andrew Patner presents the second of a series: “Who’s Afraid of Milton Babbitt?,” an exploration of the music and contributions of the American composer, theorist, and teacher.  

Modern and Contemporary Composers (rebroadcast)

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In a program from 2010, Andrew Patner features music of modern and contemporary composers Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Richard Wernick, and David Rakowski from recent recordings by Augustin Hadelich, the Juilliard String Quartet, and Chicago pianist Amy Briggs.