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      Schubert in 1825 (watercolor by Wilhelm August Rieder)

      Schubert in 1825 (watercolor by Wilhelm August Rieder)

      Franz Schubert

      This week the Tokyo String Quartet and cellist Lynn Harrell join forces for the Schubert Quintet.

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      Ravel in 1906 (photograph by Pierre Petit)

      Ravel in 1906 (photograph by Pierre Petit)

      Johann Sebastian Bach, Oliver Knussen, and Maurice Ravel

      This week’s show features Bach’s Piano Concerto No. 5 with pianist Inon Barnatan, Knussen’s Ophelia’s Last Dance, played by Kirill Gerstein, and Ravel’s String Quartet in F Major played by the Tokyo String Quartet.

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      Brahms in 1853

      Brahms in 1853

      Béla Bartók and Johannes Brahms

      This week features Bartók’s Contrasts played by Ida Kavafian, violin; Chen Halevi, clarinet, and Kirill Gerstein, piano; and the Brahms: Piano Trio No. 2 played by William Preucil, violin; Gary Hoffman, cello, and Haochen Zhang, piano.

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      American composer and pianist Amy Beach (1867-1944)

      American composer and pianist Amy Beach (1867-1944)

      Niccolò Paganini, Helen Grime, Amy Beach, and George Gershwin

      This week features the Paganini Caprices Nos. 1 & 7 played by violinist Soovin Kim; then a World Premiere commissioned by Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival: Grime’s Snow and Snow played by Todd Levy, clarinet; Teng Li, viola, and Haochen Zhang, piano. The program also features music by Amy Beach and George Gershwin.

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      Ernst von Dohnányi, ca. 1905

      Ernst von Dohnányi, ca. 1905

      Oliver Knussen and Ernst von Dohnányi

      This week, Tony Arnold sings Songs for Sue from Knussen’s Requiem. Then Jon Kimura Parker, piano; William Preucil, violin; Jennifer Frautschi, violin; Aloysia Friedmann, viola;, and Gary Hoffman, cello, perform the Dohnányi Piano Quintet No. 1.

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      Béla Bartók in 1927

      Béla Bartók in 1927

      Johann Sebastian Bach and Béla Bartók

      This week, Inon Barnatan is the soloist for Bach’s Piano Concerto No. 7 in G Minor. Also on the program, Jennifer Frautschi, violin, and Jon Kimura Parker, piano, perform Bartók’s Violin Sonata No. 1.

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      Schubert in 1825 (watercolor by Wilhelm August Rieder)

      Schubert in 1825 (watercolor by Wilhelm August Rieder)

      Magnus Lindberg and Franz Schubert

      This week, a World Premiere commissioned by the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival: Lindberg’s Acequia Madre played by Chen Halevi, clarinet and Magnus Lindberg, piano. Then Jon Kimura Parker, piano; William Preucil, violin; Aloysia Friedmann, viola; Gary Hoffman, cello and Marji Danilow, bass, perform Schubert’s Trout Quintet.

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      Joseph Haydn

      Joseph Haydn

      Franz Joseph Haydn and Arnold Schoenberg

      This week the Tokyo String Quartet performs Haydn’s String Quartet No. 27 in D Major. Then Alan Gilbert conducts Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony No. 2.

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      Fritz Kreisler (1875 – 1962), Austria-born American violinist and composer

      Fritz Kreisler (1875 – 1962), Austria-born American violinist and composer

      Ludwig van Beethoven and Fritz Kreisler

      This week’s program features Ida Kavafian, violin; Steven Tenenbom, viola; Peter Wiley, cello, playing Beethoven’s String Trio in C Minor, Op. 9, No. 3. Then they’re joined by Arnold Steinhardt for Fritz Kreisler’s String Quartet in A Minor.

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      Brahms in 1853

      Brahms in 1853

      Ferruccio Busoni, Leonard Bernstein, and Johannes Brahms

      This week’s program includes David Shifrin, clarinet, and Anne-Marie McDermott, piano, for Busoni’s Elegy and Bernstein’s Clarinet Sonata. Then Philip Myers, horn; Lily Francis, violin; Inon Barnatan, piano, perform Brahms’ Horn Trio.

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