Here’s a list of the music scheduled for the October 25 edition of “Anything Goes”
1. 5:09: 21-year-old Russian pianist Georgy Tchaidze plays Modest Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition”
2. 5:46: The Wisconsin Brass Quintet (celebrating its 40th anniversary this year) plays “Emerald Street” by Doug Lindsey, former second trumpet.
3. 6:08: Violinist James Ehnes (recent soloist with the Madison Symphony Orchestra) performs the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra of William Walton with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bramwell Tovey.
4. 6:45: The University of Texas Wind Ensemble under the direction of Jerry Junkin plays “Bells for Stokowski”, a 2002 work of Michael Daugherty.
5. 7:09: An experimental stereo broadcast that aired in Chicago on July 15, 1954 on WNBQ (channel 5) and WMAQ 670 am featuring the piano duo of Arthur Whittemore and Jack Lowe and the NBC-Chicago Orchestra directed by Joseph Gallicchio. Music includes the final movement of Francis Poulenc’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (The Madison Symphony Orchestra will be playing this work in its entirety on November 2, 3 and 4 with Madison-born Michelle and Christina Naughton as soloists.
6. 7:42: Frances and Howard Karp perform Variations on a Theme in E Flat of Robert Schumann by Johannes Brahms. This was recorded in concert in Mills Hall in September of 1983.
You can hear BBC news headlines at 6:01 and 7:01. The Insurgent Radio Kiosk will air at 5:00 and 6:38.
Classical music events in the Madison area over the next several days:
Thursday October 25 7:30 pm Mills Hall 455 North Park St. Madison
Stephanie Jutt (flute) and Christopher Taylor (piano)
Thursday October 25 7:30 pm Morphy Hall 455 North Park St. Madison
Jamie-Rose Guarrine, soprano, Scott Gendel, piano
Friday October 26th 12:15 pm First Unitarian Society 900 University Bay Drive Madison
Noon Musicale “Hallowe’en Highlights,” with Dan Broner, Sharon Brolin, Bob Buzecky, Dawn Hearn, Vicky Jones, Eva Wright
Friday October 26th 7 pm Morphy Hall 455 North Park Street Madison
Musica Poetica presents Ballad of the Pleasant Life. Brecht and Pepusch.
Street ballads and bitter songs of love from The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht / Kurt Weill 1928 & from The Beggar’s Opera by John Gay / Dr. Christoph Pepusch 1728
Friday October 26th 8 pm Overture Center (repeated Sunday at 2:30 om)
Madison Opera presents Giuseppe Verdi’s “Un ballo in maschera”
Saturday October 27 8 pm Mills Hall 455 North Park Street Madison
Pro Arte Quartet: The program features Adagio and Fugue in C Minor, K. 546 by Mozart; String Quartet in F Major, Op. 77 No. 2 by Haydn; and String Quartet in D Minor, D. 810, ‘Death and the Maiden’ by Schubert.