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February 2012

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Also this month: • Artist of the Month: Marietta Simpson • The Met Opera’s new Götterdämmerung • Filmmaker Stanley Nelson and departing IU Provost Karen Hanson on Profiles

Maya Angelou’s Black History Month Special Monday, February 6, 7 p.m.

. . . and more! Color photo: © Dwight Carter 2001


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The final moments of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung is an epic cataclysm that pulls together a multitude of dramatic, musical, and narrative strands developed over the course of four operas and nearly seventeen hours. The Met Opera production, broadcast on WFIU Saturday, February 11th at 12 p.m., creates a vivid human world, explains director Robert Lepage. “Götterdämmerung is the only opera in the Ring that has a chorus. A chorus is always about society. It’s about mankind. Before that, you have a kind of hierarchy among gods who represent elements or emotions or ideas. But now, in Götterdämmerung, we’ve arrived in the real world, where the idea of the divine has been pushed back onto altars. Gods are not present anymore: they’re statues, superstitions.” The opera deals specifically with its human characters. Siegfried and Brünnhilde begin this final part of their story reveling in their love, but their relationship is polluted by their contact with human society, which is new for both of them. “I feel like Siegfried’s innocence is still intact because he is not a willing participant in the betrayal of Brünnhilde,” says tenor Jay Hunter Morris, referring to the potion his character is given to make him forget Brünnhilde. Its effect wears off before Siegfried dies, stabbed in the back by the treacherous Hagen. For Deborah Voigt, who plays Brünnhilde, the idea of transformation and renewal applies to her character in very human terms. “Brünnhilde develops from a rather carefree, high-spirited teenager, indulged by her beloved father, into the fully developed, seasoned-by-experience, all-knowing woman we see at the end of Götterdämmerung,” the soprano says. The characters, in other words, transform to become more authentically themselves. Director Lepage agrees that Brünnhilde’s emotional growth is central to the Ring, as is Siegfried’s. “These roles are sung by mature singers, and they’re often depicted as very strong heroes, Jay Hunter Morris and Deborah Voigt but they’re teenagers basically. Their emotions are the emotions of teenagers who are discovering love, their bodies, their identities, their goals. And we all identify with that. At one point in our lives, we all have had that conflict: I follow the person I respect the most, my mentor, my father, my teacher, but I also have to betray him if I want to be faithful to who I am becoming.” Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera

February 2012 Vol. 60, No­­­­­­. 2

The Götterdämmerung’s Characters—All Too Human

Courtesy of the Metropolitan Opera and first published online and in the Met’s Playbill Page 2 / Directions in Sound / February 2012

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Artist of the Month Featured WFIU’s featured performer for the month Contemporary of February is Marietta Simpson, professor of music at the Indiana University Jacobs Composer

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School of Music.

Marietta Simpson

A mezzo-soprano, Simpson has sung with major orchestras throughout the United States, under many of the world’s greatest conductors, including the late Robert Shaw in her Carnegie Hall debut in 1988 as soloist in Brahms’ Alto Rhapsody with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She grew up in Philadelphia and received her master’s degree in music from the State University of New York at Binghamton. Simpson sang the role of Maria in Porgy and Bess with the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Los Angeles Opera, Opera Birmingham and Washington National Opera. She is also known for her performances of new operas including the world premiere of Peter Eötvös’s opera, Love and Other Demons, with Glyndebourne Festival Opera. She sang the world premiere The Thread, composed by J. Mark Scearce to text by Toni Morrison, with the Nashville Chamber Orchestra under its music director, Paul Gambil. Her oratorio and concert performances range widely from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio to contemporary works such as Donald McCullough’s Let My People Go, a choral work that integrates AfricanAmerican spirituals and code songs around a narrative text. She made her New York Philharmonic debut under Kurt Masur in Mendelssohn’s Elijah. This was followed by performances, also under Masur, of Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis and Symphony No. 9, and Bach’s St. John Passion. WFIU will feature music performed by Marietta Simpson throughout the month of February.

WFIU’s featured contemporary composer for February is Barbara Harbach. Harbach is a composer, harpsichordist, and organist who completed her doctoral work at the Eastman School of Music and is now a professor of music at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Her compositions include works for symphony orchestra, string orchestra, organ, harpsichord, choir and chamber ensemble, and has arranged Baroque pieces for brass and organ. She has written two symphonies: Veneration for Orchestra and One of Ours—A Cather Symphony; a musical, Booth!; and the opera O Pioneers!

Barbara Harbach

Harbach has given organ and harpsichord recitals in North America, Asia, Europe and Siberia, and she has made numerous recordings of organ and harpsichord music. The American Record Guide wrote, “She deserves to be recognized as one of the eminent Bach players among organists of the present day, in both the United States and in Europe.” She is involved in the research, publication, and recording of manuscripts of 18th-century keyboard composers as well as historical and contemporary women composers. Harbach is the editor of Women of Note Quarterly, and she founded Vivace Press, a music publishing company specializing in works by women and other traditionally under-represented composers. WFIU will feature music by Barbara Harbach throughout the month of February.

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Maya Angelou’s Black History Month Special Monday, February 6, 7 p.m. Global renaissance woman Maya Angelou—poet, memoirist, novelist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist—celebrates Black History Month in this special. It features discussions on the politics, music, education and poetry of the civil rights movement. This historical trek takes us from the 1950s to the 1990s, portraying the day-today lives of African Americans during the civil rights era—when artists and activists, musicians and ministers joined hands with people from all walks of life to bring about a historic change in our culture. Participants in the program include: Congressman John Lewis, Presidential Medal of Freedom 2011 recipient, shares some of his experiences during the Freedom Rides of 1961 and the civil rights era. Nikky Finney, winner of the 2011 National Congressman John Lewis Book Award for Poetry, discusses her acceptance speech and shares stories of growing up in a civil rights family, as she talks about how her work was affected by the era. Singer and songwriter Mary J. Blige, who will play Nina Simone in an upcoming film, discusses her fiveyear preparation for the role aimed at encouraging and educating a new generation on the life and times of the singer and civil rights activist. Economist and Bennett College President Dr. Julianne Malveaux discusses the effect of the civil rights movement on education and economics, and how knowledge has begun to translate into a new prosperity with continued challenges. Ambassador Andrew Young talks about his relationship with Martin Luther King and the fight for equality during a time when separate but equal was not enough.

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Featured Classical Recordings Selections from each week’s featured recording can be heard throughout WFIU’s local classical music programming. A weekly podcast of our featured classical recordings is available through our Web site, wfiu.org, under the Podcasts link. February 6–12 Rogier: Music From the Missae Sex (Linn CKD 387) His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts Magnificat Philip Cave, director Magnificat, one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles, specializes in the restoration and performance of neglected choral masterpieces of the 16th and 17th centuries. This recording is the second in a series celebrating the 450th anniversary of the Renaissance composer Philippe Rogier, whose lush textures and colors are highlighted in this historically-informed performance. February 13–19 Modern American Bass (2 CDs) (New World Records 80722-2) Robert Black, contrabass John McDonald, piano In the 20 century, the repertoire for the contrabass and viola expanded exponentially. Robert Black’s recital on these discs shows the emergence of the contrabass as a leading voice in the last century for the most intimate and imaginative musings of American composers. th

February 20–26 @Bach

February 27–March 4 Felix Austria (Universe Classics HAC rec. 20101) Pamela Smith, cello Sabine Simon, piano

Broadcasts from the IU Jacobs School of Music Airs at 7 p.m. Mondays, 10 a.m. Tuesdays, and 3 p.m. Fridays

On Felix Austria, Dutch cellist Pamela Smits and German pianist Sabine Simon, both IU music school alumni, perform cello music of Hungarian and Czech composers. This CD is the crystallization of their years of giving concerts around the world of works by Kodály, Ligeti, Dvořák, Janáček, and Popper. It pays homage to the performers’ former Czech and Hungarian teachers—Jiří Prchal, János Starker, and György Sebök.

Robert Shaw

February 6–10 LUZZASCHI—Three Madrigals; Thomas Binkley/Students of the Early Music Institute February 13–17 DELLO JOIO—Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn; James A. Kull/IU Symphonic Band February 20–24 DVOŘÁK—Humoresque; Trio Indiana February 27–Mar 2 BACH—Mass in b, BWV 232: Agnus Dei; Marietta Simpson, ms.; Robert Shaw/ Atlanta Sym. Orch.

(New Cull Records) Evan Shinners, piano Called the “new Glenn Gould” of Bach, pianist Evan Shinners is becoming known for his spontaneous and ebullient performances. His debut recording is a compilation of two live, unedited performances recorded at Juilliard and Rockefeller University, which follows Shinners’ all-Bach recitals in New York, Colorado, California, Taiwan, Paris, and Berlin.

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Profiles

The Radio Reader with Dick Estell

Sundays at 7 p.m. February 5 – Karen Hanson Karen Hanson is leaving IU after a distinguished career that has included serving as provost and executive vice president, dean, and professor. A faculty member in the Department of Philosophy at IU since 1976, she has won numerous campus and all-university teaching awards, along with a Lilly Fellowship and a number of research grants. Hanson’s principal research interests are in the philosophy of mind, ethics, aesthetics, and American philosophy. She’s published many articles and essays in these areas and is the author of The Self Imagined and a co-editor of Romantic Revolutions: Criticism and Theory. Patrick O’Meara hosts. Courtesy of Indiana University

February 12 – Twesigye Jackson Kaguri Twesigye J. Kaguri is founder and executive director of the Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project, which provides free education to children who have lost one or both parents to AIDS. He immigrated to the United States as a visiting scholar studying human rights advocacy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He has been involved in international community efforts as a human rights advocate, fundraiser, and inspirational speaker. Kaguri has been named a Heifer International Hero, recognized in Time magazine’s Power of One Series, and spoken to the UN about his work. He is the co-author of The Price of Stones, Building a School for My Village. Shana Ritter hosts. February 19 – Stanley Nelson Stanley Nelson is a producer, director, and writer of documentaries. His films include a number of PBS productions, including Shattering the Silences, about the growing presence of and challenges to minority faculty in higher education; Methadone: Curse or Cure, about the methadone maintenance program for the treatment of heroin addiction; and Two Dollars and a Dream: The Story of Madame C.J. Walker, on the life and times of the black businesswoman who became the nation’s first self-made woman millionaire. His is co-founder of Firelight Media, which develops documentaries about people, cultures, and issues that are underrepresented in the mainstream media. Shana Ritter hosts. (repeat) February 26 – Feisal Amin Rasoul Istrabadi Feisal Istrabadi is University Scholar in International Law and Diplomacy and the director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East at IU’s Maurer School of Law. He has served as a legal advisor to the Iraqi Minister for Foreign Affairs, was principal legal drafter of Iraq’s interim constitution, and principal author of its Bill of Fundamental Rights. Previously, Istrabadi was a practicing trial lawyer in the United States for fifteen years, with approximately 70 civil trials in federal and state courts, focusing on civil rights, employment discrimination, and constitutional torts. Patrick O’Meara hosts.

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The Eighty-Dollar Champion by Elizabeth Letts Airs January 23 to February 24 November 1958: the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Into the rarefied atmosphere of wealth and tradition comes the most unlikely of horses—a drab white former plow horse—and his rider, Harry de Leyer. They were the longest of all long shots— and their win was the stuff of legend. Harry de Leyer first saw the horse he later named Snowman on a bleak winter afternoon between the slats of a rickety truck bound for the slaughterhouse. He recognized the spark in the eye of the beaten-up horse and bought him for eighty dollars. On de Leyer’s modest farm on Long Island, the horse thrived. But the recent Dutch immigrant and his growing family needed money, so he reluctantly sold Snowman to a farm a few miles down the road. But Snowman has other ideas. When the horse turned up back at his barn, dragging an old tire and a broken fence board, the man knew that he had misjudged the horse. And so he set about teaching this shaggy, easygoing horse how to fly. One show at a time, against extraordinary odds and some of the most expensive thoroughbreds alive, the pair climbed to the very top of the sport of show jumping. Here is the dramatic and inspiring rise to stardom of an unlikely duo. It’s a story of unstoppable hope, inconceivable dreams, and the chance to have it all. The message is simple: Never give up, even when the obstacles seem sky high. February 2012 / Directions in Sound / Page 5


MemberCard Benefits For complete details, visit membercard. com/wfiu or call 800-662-3311. Benefits of the Month: Cardinal Stage Company (#212) 115 North College Avenue Bloomington 812-336-7110 cardinalstage.org Valid for two-for-one general admission to Bill W. and Dr. Bob during February. Tickets may be purchased by phone or in person at the BCT Box Office (114 E. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington; 812-3233020). Subject to availability. Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum (#106) 4790 West 16th St. Indianapolis 317-492-6784 indianapolismotorspeedway.com Valid for two-for-one admission during February. Subject to availability. Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra (#389) 210 North 7th Street Terre Haute 812-242-8476 thso.org Valid for two-for-one tickets purchased during February. Subject to availability. New Dining Benefits: Rita’s Backyard Garden Center and Tea Room (#81) 12244 East 116th Street Fishers 317-842-0235 ritasbackyard.com Valid for a two-for-one lunch entrée. DiCarlo’s Italian Kitchen – Inside the American Legion (#36) 9091 East 126th Street Fishers 317-842-5944 Valid any time for two-for-one cheese pizza, up to $7 value. Benefit Changes: Max’s Place (#229) Bloomington Offer expired Page 6 / Directions in Sound / February 2012

Community Events Cardinal Stage Company Bill W. and Dr. Bob Begins February 2, 7:30 p.m. Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center When the market crashes in 1929, so does Bill Wilson, turning from respected stockbroker to hopeless drunk. This story of the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous runs Thursdays to Sundays until February 19. IU Opera and Ballet Theater Albert Herring February 9–12 Buskirk-Chumley Theater This new production of Benjamin Britten’s comic chamber opera is a collaboration of guest director James Marvel and conductor Arthur Fagen. Lawrence County Concert Association The Not Too Bad Bluegrass Band February 11, 7:30 p.m. Bedford-North Lawrence Performing Arts Center A Southern Indiana-based fixture on the regional bluegrass scene for more than 25 years. IU Auditorium Good vs. Evil: An Evening with Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert Thursday, February 16, 8 p.m. The outspoken, globetrotting celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain appears with chef Eric Ripert for a conversation that touches on everything from sports to Top Chef. Mature content. Kokomo Community Concerts Edgar Cruz February 16, 7:30 p.m. Kokomo High School Auditorium A longtime headliner at Nashville’s Chet Atkins Guitar Festival, Edgar Cruz offers the instrument’s greatest hits, ranging from “Malagueña” to “Bohemian Rhapsody,” along with classic medleys, Latin favorites, originals, and improvisation. The Camerata Orchestra Commemoration Sunday, February 19, 3:30 p.m. IU Auditorium

Edgar Cruz

A concert dedicated to groundbreaking soprano Camilla Williams. Janet Williams performs songs and spirituals, and Charles Webb is featured on Alexandre Guilmant’s Symphony No. 1 for Organ (“Final”). Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 also is on the bill. Hoosier Hills Food Bank Soup Bowl Benefit 2012 Sunday, February 19, 5 p.m. Monroe County Convention Center For a donation, attendees can take a free bowl crafted and donated by a local potter, and sample soups, sides, desserts, and beverages provided by area restaurants. Monroe County History Center Annual Gala – Beatlemania Friday, February 24, 6 p.m. Cook World Headquarters Celebrate “The Long and Winding Road” of Monroe County history. Reception begins at 6, followed by dinner and a program by Glenn Gass. IU Opera and Ballet Theater Der Rosenkavalier Begins Friday, February 24, 7 p.m. Musical Arts Center The elegant world of the glitterati comes to life in this grand new production of the Richard Strauss classic. IU Auditorium Bernadette Peters Saturday, February 25, 8 p.m. With a vocal range that shimmers and soars, the sweetheart of the American stage and screen will perform favorite Broadway classics.

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The Moth Radio WFIU Highlights Hour and Radiolab this Month Sundays at 11 a.m. The Moth Radio Hour presents true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment. Some stories are emotionally intense and not for children. February 5 Double amputee Aimee Mullins chronicles her adventures as an athlete, actress, and artist; the mother of a bullied teen tells the story of his suicide; ex-New York City Mayor Ed Koch stands up to his antiSemitic platoon leader while in training for WWII; and three teenagers from Grace King High School in New Orleans share their stories on the theme of prejudice and power.

Aimee Mullins discusses her remarkable life on the Sunday, February 5th episode of The Moth Radio Hour. Born without fibula bones, Mullins had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was a year old. She has competed in NCAA Division I track and field events, worked as an intelligence analyst at the Pentagon, and acted in such movies as World Trade Center. On the Friday, February 10th edition of Jazz Inspired, host Judy Carmichael speaks with Axel Zwingenberger, German pianist of old-style blues whom British critics call “Boogie-meister of the world,” and with his performing partner, Minneapolis opera singer Lila Ammons, granddaughter of the American pianist Albert Ammons.

Gretchen Frazee is WFIU/WTIU’s New News Producer/Director Gretchen Frazee is the newest producer/ director in WFIU and WTIU’s news department. Among other duties, she will be producing WTIU’s monthly public affairs show IN Focus.

The Moth’s founder, George Dawes Green, details the fireworks when his mother learns that her family plantation is slated to be turned into a theme park; a spectacularly eccentric mother and Savannah, Georgia work in tandem to create a true bohemian; and a guard at Sing Sing is intrigued by a prisoner’s mysterious tattoo. Radiolab February 19 “The Good Show” In this episode, a question that haunted Darwin: If natural selection boils down to survival of the fittest, why would one creature stick its neck out to help another? Is altruism an aberration, or just an elaborate guise for sneaky self-interest? February 26 “Lost and Found” Stories about getting lost that ask how our brains and our hearts help us get home. We meet a woman who has spent her entire life getting lost, and go to a military base in New Jersey to learn about some amazing feats of navigational wizardry. Finally we turn to a love story about running into a terrifying, and unexpected, fork in the road.

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February 12

Axel Zwingenberger and Lila Ammons

Harmonia on February 12th includes a look at the glamorous, emotive Catalan soprano Montserrat Figueras. Through her worldwide concerts and on dozens of definitive recordings, she helped revitalize the performance of early music and bring back to life a largely forgotten repertory. New Hampshire singer-songwriter Kyle Anne Carey visits with Bryan Kelso Crow on the February 18th installment of Celtic Connections to discuss her latest Kyle Anne Carey CD, Monongah. Recorded in Ireland, the CD blends Appalachian, light gospel, and Celtic folk sounds. Kyle Carey spent her childhood in the Alaskan Bush, immersed in the Yupik language and its songs, where she developed sensitivity to language that helped her in her study of Gaelic language and song.

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Gretchen Frazee

She has taken this position after serving as the news department’s associate online content coordinator for the past four months, during which time she has helped enhance the quality of WFIU and WTIU’s Web site, online news content and social media presence, and produced WFIU’s weekly public affairs show, Noon Edition. In her new role, she will be responsible for reporting for radio, TV and online, assisting student reporters, and helping with daily newscasts. She will also continue to lead the news department’s online strategy. Prior to coming to Indiana Public Media, Mrs. Frazee studied multimedia journalism at the University of MissouriColumbia. While there, she worked at the local NPR affiliate station reporting and producing the weekly science and technology show. Among other experiences, she has interned with Texas Monthly in Austin, Texas, and the Associated Press in Brussels, where she reported on activities relating to Belgium and the European Union. You can also follow Gretchen Frazee on Twitter @gretchenfrazee.

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Key to abbreviations.

a., alto; b., bass; bar., baritone; bssn., bassoon; cl., clarinet; cond., conductor; cont., continuo; ct., countertenor; db., double bass; ch., chamber; E.hn., English horn; ens., ensemble; fl., flute; gt., guitar; hn., horn; hp., harp; hpsd., harpsichord; intro., introduction; instr., instrument; kbd., keyboard; lt., lute; ms., mezzo-soprano; ob., oboe; orch., orchestra; org., organ; Phil., Philharmonic; p., piano; perc., percussion; qt., quartet; rec., recorder; sax., saxophone; s., soprano; str., string; sym., symphony; t., tenor; tb., trombone; timp., timpani; tpt., trumpet; trans., transcribed; var., variations; vla., viola; vlc., vdg., viola da gamba; violoncello; vln., violin. Upper case letters indicate major keys; lower case letters indicate minor keys.

Note: Daily listings are as complete as we can make them at press time, and we strive to provide full program information whenever possible. However, some programs do not provide us with information about their content. We include the titles of those programs as a convenience to our readers. For a complete list of WFIU’s schedule, see the program grid on pages 10 and 11.

1 Wednesday 8:00 PM LIVE! AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW Ivan Fischer/Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Miah Person, soprano; Jacques Meertens, clarinet SCHUBERT—Symphony No. 3 SCHUBERT/REINECKE—Der Hirt auf dem Felsen MAHLER—Symphony No. 4

3 Friday 8:00 PM JAZZ INSPIRED WITH JUDY CARMICHAEL Blossom Dearie delighted audiences with her tasty piano playing, hip vocal interpretations, and sly humor. Dearie talks about her inspirations and favorite younger musicians.

Blossom Dearie

4 Saturday 1:00 PM METROPOLITAN OPERA DONIZETTI—Anna Bolena Anna Netrebko opens the Met season with her portrayal of the ill-fated queen driven insane by her unfaithful king. She sings one of opera’s greatest mad scenes in this Met premiere production by David McVicar. Ekaterina Gubanova is her rival, Jane Seymour, Ildar Abdrazakov sings Henry VIII, and Marco Armiliato conducts.

8:00 PM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Schubert Trio BERG—Sonata for Piano, Op. 1 (Alessio Bax, piano) SCHUBERT—Trio No. 1 in B-Flat Major for Piano, Violin, and Cello, D. 898, Op. 99 (Wu Han, piano; Phillip Setzer, violin; David Finckel, cello) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Renaissance Music in Theory Harmonia explores renaissance composers championed by music theorists, some of whom heralded the arrival of new musical eras, while others chose to reflect on the musical achievements of past generations and peers.

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Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera

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Anna Netrebko as the title character of Anna Bolena

8:00 PM HOMETOWN WITH TOM ROZNOWSKI To Do Today 8:05 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER The Friendly Animal They are all around us.

9:00 PM CELTIC CONNECTIONS New Releases Join host Bryan Kelso Crow for this monthly roundup of the best vocal and instrumental tracks from new and recent releases.

5 Sunday 11:00 AM THE MOTH RADIO HOUR Double amputee Aimee Mullins chronicles her adventures with prosthetic legs as an athlete, actress, and artist; the mother of a bullied teen tells the story of his suicide; ExNYC Mayor Ed Koch stands up to his antiSemitic platoon leader while in training for WWII; and three teenagers from Grace King High School in New Orleans share their stories on the theme Prejudice and Power. 12:00 PM HARMONIA Immortal Beloved On this special edition of Harmonia, we sing love’s praises with sonnets by Petrarch and the Song of Solomon. We also celebrate iconic lovers such as Robin and Marion and see a “return to peace” on a featured release by La Parlement de Musique. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Black History Month In celebration of Black History Month, Peter DuBois explores the riches of the spiritual tradition and music of prominent black composers of choral and organ music. 7:00 PM PROFILES Karen Hanson 8:00 PM NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK Conductors: Kurt Masur; Leonard Bernstein; Zubin Mehta; Joseph Stransky Soloists: Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz, soprano; Nancy Maultsby, Mary Ann McCormick, mezzo-sopranos; Luciano Pavarotti, tenor; Westminster Symphonic Choir MASSENET—Scènes pittoresques from Angelus DUCASSE—Rhapsody for Saxophone and Piano DEBUSSY—Images pour orchestra DEBUSSY—Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien MASSENET—Pourquoi me réveiller? from Werther

6 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Michael Tilson Thomas conducts works of the Viennese masters. MAHLER—Blumine BEETHOVEN—Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37 (Jeremy Denk, piano) BRAHMS—Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 25 (orchestrated by Schoenberg) MOZART—Flute Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K. 313 (Mathieu Dufour, flute; Daniel Barenboim, conductor)

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10 Friday 8:00 PM JAZZ INSPIRED WITH JUDY CARMICHAEL German boogie-woogie pianist Axel Zwingenberger and American vocalist Lila Ammons (opera singer and granddaughter of pianist Albert and niece of saxophonist Gene) talk about working together, in spite of their very different cultural and musical backgrounds.

11 Saturday Michael Tilson Thomas

10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS Old is New Instruments at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and the Catholic Cathedral in La Crosse, Wisconsin demonstrate two divergent ways of approaching the classical organ.

12:00 PM METROPOLITAN OPERA WAGNER—Götterdämmerung With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution. Deborah Voigt stars as Brünnhilde and Jay Hunter Morris is Siegfried—the star-crossed lovers doomed by fate. Fabio Luisi conducts.

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8 Wednesday 8:00 PM LIVE! AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW Kazushi Ono/Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Leonidas Kavakos, violin ESCHER—Musique pour l’esprit en deuil DUTILLEUX—Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, L’Arbre des Songes VISMAN—Ces concerts, riches de cuivre . . . DEBUSSY—La Mer

9 Thursday 8:00 PM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Dvořák’s Folk Traditions DVOŘÁK—Slavonic Dance in C Major for Piano, Four Hands, Op. 46, No. 1 (Jeremy Denk, Wu Han, piano) DVOŘÁK—Slavonic Dance in A-Flat Major for Piano, Four Hands, Op. 46, No. 3 (Jeremy Denk, Wu Han, piano) DVOŘÁK— Quintet in A Major for Piano, Two Violins, Viola and Cello, B. 155, Op. 81 (Jeremy Denk, piano; Ani Kavafian, Kristin Lee, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Andreas Brantelid, cello) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Immortal Beloved On this special edition of Harmonia, we sing love’s praises with sonnets by Petrarch and the Song of Solomon. We also celebrate iconic lovers such as Robin and Marion and see a “return to peace” on a featured release by La Parlement de Musique.

Jay Hunter Morris

8:00 PM HOMETOWN WITH TOM ROZNOWSKI Just How It’s Done 8:05 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Valentines Day Just for love 9:00 PM CELTIC CONNECTIONS Songs of Courtship and Love Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we feature songs and melodies inspired by past lovers, and inspiring lovers or lovers-to-be of today.

12 Sunday 11:00 AM THE MOTH RADIO HOUR The Moth’s founder, George Dawes Green, details the fireworks when his mother learns that her family plantation is slated to be turned into a theme park; a spectacularly eccentric mother and the town of Savannah, Georgia work in tandem to create a true bohemian; and a guard at Sing Sing is intrigued by a prisoner’s mysterious tattoo.

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George Dawes Green

12:00 PM HARMONIA Two Shadows and a Spotlight As is true in any profession, there are some composers who rose to the top of the heap during the Renaissance and others that stayed a little below the surface. But that doesn’t mean their music is not worth listening to. On Harmonia this week, we highlight the music of medieval composer Zacara da Temaro and Renaissance composer Pierre Moulu. In contrast, we’ll also look back at the career of one of the most well-known sopranos of our time, Montserrat Figueras. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Psalms of Praise and Prayer The book of Psalms includes texts that express the whole range of human experience and emotion. Peter DuBois shares settings both old and new of some of these wonderful biblical songs. 7:00 PM PROFILES Twesigye Jackson Kaguri 8:00 PM NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK Soloists: Carolyn Sampson, soprano; Alice Coote, mezzo-soprano; Allan Clayton, tenor; Gerald Finley, bass-baritone; New York Choral Artists, Joseph Flummerfelt, director. Alan Gilbert conducts. MENDELSSOHN— Elijah

13 Monday 8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Esa-Pekka Salonen pairs Mahler 6 with a world premiere by James Matheson MATHESON—Violin Concerto (CSO Cocommission, World Premiere, Baird Dodge, violin) MAHLER—Symphony No. 6 in A Minor 10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS The Canadian International Organ Competition 2011 Prize winners of the premiere North American contest for young talents perform in Montreal

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Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo-soprano BEETHOVEN—Symphony No. 1 BERLIOZ— Les nuits d’été RESPIGHI—Pini di Roma

the title role of the barber in Bartlett Sher’s popular production, which propels the comic action right into the audience. Isabel Leonard sings her first Met Rosina, sharing the role with Diana Damrau, and Javier Camarena makes his Met debut as the Count.

8:00 PM NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK Alan Gilbert conducts Yefim Bronfman, piano LINDBERG—Expo PROKOFIEV—Piano Concerto No. 2 SIBELIUS—Symphony No. 2 SIBELIUS—Valse triste

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Maria Riccarda Wesseling

8:00 PM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Beethoven and Britten BRITTEN—Phantasy Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello, Op. 2 (Stephen Taylor, oboe; Kristin Lee, violin; Beth Guterman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello) BEETHOVEN— Quartet in C-Sharp Minor for Strings, Op. 131 (Orion String Quartet) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Two Shadows and a Spotlight As is true in any profession, there are some composers who rose to the top of the heap during the Renaissance and others that stayed a little below the surface. But that doesn’t mean their music is not worth listening to. On Harmonia this week, we highlight the music of medieval composer Zacara da Temaro and Renaissance composer Pierre Moulu. In contrast, we’ll also look back at the career of one of the most well-known sopranos of our time, Montserrat Figueras.

17 Friday 8:00 PM JAZZ INSPIRED WITH JUDY CARMICHAEL Pianist Conal Fowkes discusses his long participation in Woody Allen’s jazz band and his recent part doing the vocals and piano work of the Cole Porter character in Allen’s film Midnight in Paris.

18 Saturday 1:00 PM METROPOLITAN OPERA ROSSINI—Il Barbiere di Siviglia Peter Mattei and Rodion Pogossov share

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Diana Damrau as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia

8:00 PM HOMETOWN WITH TOM ROZNOWSKI Bouquet 8:05 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Out in the Country The only quiet place left 9:00 PM CELTIC CONNECTIONS A Visit with Kyle Carey New Hampshire singer-songwriter Kyle Anne Carey visits the studio to talk about her new CD Monongah with fiddle player Russell McCumber and Irish guitar player Neil Fitzgibbon.

22 Wednesday 8:00 PM LIVE! AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW Robin Ticciati/Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra Eugene Ugorski, violin RAUTAVAARA—Concerto for Birds and Orchestra, Cantus Arcticus STRAVINSKY—Violin Concerto SIBELIUS— Symphony No. 5

19 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB “The Good Show” If natural selection boils down to survival of the fittest, why would one creature stick its neck out to help another? Is altruism an aberration, or just an elaborate guise for sneaky self-interest? 12:00 PM HARMONIA Musical Tour of Rome Join us for an early music tour of Rome, including some music for the Roman Carnival season. We’ll also sidetrack over to Spain for a visit to the Shrine of Santiago, then head back to Rome in a featured release by The Cardinall’s Musick. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Transfiguration and Ash Wednesday This week we listen to dazzling sacred music for choir and organ, as we mark the Feast of the Transfiguration, and look forward to Ash Wednesday and the season of Lent. 7:00 PM PROFILES Stanley Nelson (repeat)

Photo: Sussie Ahlburg

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8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Great Russian works conducted by Charles Dutoit RACHMANINOV—Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18 (Kirill Gerstein, piano) SHOSTAKOVICH—Symphony No. 11 in G Minor, Op. 103, The Year 1905 RIMSKY-KORSAKOV—Russian Easter Overture 10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS The Now Generation Youthful performers, filled with enthusiasm, carry the King of Instruments with them into the 21st Century.

Eugene Ugorski

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25 Saturday

8:00 PM CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Baroque – Focus on the Mandolin SCARLATTI—Sonata in D Minor for Mandolin and Continuo, K. 90 (Avi Avital, mandolin; Jakob Koranyi, cello; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord; Paul O’Dette, lute) VIVALDI—Sonata in D Minor for Two Violins and Continuo, RV 63, La Follia (Daniel Hope, Yura Lee, violin; Jakob Koranyi, cello; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord; Paul O’Dette, lute; Avi Avital, mandolin; Charles Weaver, guitar) VIVALDI—Concerto in A Minor for Violin, Mandolin, Strings and Continuo, Op. 3, No. 8, RV 522 (Bella Hristova, solo violin; Avi Avital, mandolin; Kristin Lee, Yura Lee, violin; Mark Holloway, viola; Jakob Koranyi, cello; Kurt Muroki, double bass; Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord) BACH—Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050 (Ransom Wilson, flute; Jessica Lee, solo violin; Anthony Newman, harpsichord; Jennifer Frautschi, violin; Paul Neubauer, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello; Kurt Muroki, double bass) 9:00 PM HARMONIA Musical Tour of Rome Join us on Harmonia for an early music tour of Rome, including some music for the Roman Carnival season. We’ll also sidetrack over to Spain for a visit to the Shrine of Santiago, then head back to Rome in a featured release by The Cardinall’s Musick.

1:00 PM METROPOLITAN OPERA VERDI—Ernani Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling early gem. Marcello Giordani and Roberto DeBiasio share the role of her mismatched lover, and all-star Verdians Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Ferruccio Furlanetto round out the cast.

Photo: Dmitri Gutjahr

23 Thursday

The Cardinall's Musick

24 Friday 8:00 PM JAZZ INSPIRED WITH JUDY CARMICHAEL Ava Astaire McKenzie grew up surrounded by creativity. She draws on this experience lecturing around the world about her father Fred Astaire, and has expressed her own creativity in her book about cooking and entertaining, At Home In Ireland. She discusses her lifelong love of jazz and the influence jazz had on her father.

tion for Holy Week and Easter. We’ll listen to powerful music to begin the six-week journey. 7:00 PM PROFILES Feisal Istrabadi 8:00 PM NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC THIS WEEK Alan Gilbert conducts Lang Lang, piano LINDBERG—Feria BARTOK—Piano Concerto No. 2 PROKOFIEV—Symphony No. 5

Photo: Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera

27 Monday

Ferruccio Furlanetto

8:00 PM HOMETOWN WITH TOM ROZNOWSKI Love Birds 8:05 PM THE FOLK SAMPLER Producer’s Choice Things that caught my ear 9:00 PM CELTIC CONNECTIONS St. David’s Day Celebration The feast day of the patron saint of Wales gives us the occasion for an all-Welsh musical celebration.

26 Sunday 11:00 AM RADIOLAB “Lost and Found” This episode steers its way through a series of stories about getting lost, and asks how our brains and our hearts help us get home. 12:00 PM HARMONIA REBEL at the 2011 Indianapolis Early Music Festival Harmonia presents highlights from this year’s Indianapolis Early Music Festival. We also explore the practice of balancing historical accuracy and creative improvisation in modern medieval performances. And we hear from a featured release of recorder music by Nina Stern. 1:00 PM WITH HEART AND VOICE Lent 1 The First Sunday of Lent marks the beginning of the season of reflection and prepara-

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8:00 PM CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sir Mark Elder conducts an all Berlioz program in the first of two Shakespeare concerts BERLIOZ—Le Corsaire Overture BERLIOZ—Queen Mab Scherzo; Romeo at the Tomb of the Capulets from Romeo and Juliet BERLIOZ—Harold in Italy (Lawrence Power, viola) BERLIOZ—Nuits d’été (Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano; Pierre Boulez, conductor) 10:00 PM PIPEDREAMS Sonata Nice Invented by the Italians and transformed by composers everywhere ever since, the organ sonata encourages different strokes from different folks.

29 Wednesday 8:00 PM LIVE! AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW Giovanni Antonini/Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Giuliano Carmignola, violin LOCATELLI—Introduzione teatrale in D Major, Op. 4, No. 5 TARTINI—Violin Concerto in A Major VIVALDI— Violin Concerto in D Major, Grosso mogul C.P.E. BACH—Symphony in F Major HAYDN—Symphony No. 92, Oxford

Giuliano Carmignola

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