Watercolors, Snow maidens, and Parachutes all make appearances in this morning’s music. And we’ll hear a live 2005 performance for the morning Marlboro Month feature as we continue to celebrate the prestigious Festival’s 60th anniversary season.
Yesterday afternoon’s weekly concert at the Marlboro Music Festival opened with Franz Schubert’s lilting song, "Auf Dem strom" – "On the River". We’ll hear that same song in this morning’s music, featuring a live recording from one of last season’s concerts at the Festival.
As our second week celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Marlboro Music Festival comes to an end, we’ll hear a beautifully performed and produced recording of the Brahms Horn Trio from their 2005 season.
Something funny happened at the beginning of the Bach performance at the 1999 Marlboro Music Festival. You’ll be able to hear the results in this morning’s live performance of Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #3.
Enjoy a visit to two of New England’s longest-running and most respected music school/festivals: Yellow Barn in Putney and the Marlboro Music Festival. Listen Wednesday as VPR Classical’s Cheryl Willoughby co-hosts this very special "In Concert @ 8".
Dominick Argento’s "Six Elizabethan Songs" have a surprisingly baroque
feel and sound, for being written in 1958. We’ll hear them this
morning as part of VPR Classical’s "Marlboro Month" – in a 1998 Festival
We’ll hear a performance from the 2007 Marlboro Music Festival featuring Beethoven’s Octet for Winds. One of the clarinetists is Romie de Guise-Langlois, a frequent guest to the VPR Performance Studio.
The town of Marlboro is closing in on the purchase of 600 acres on either side of Vermont Route 9 to preserve the former Hogback Ski Area and its famous "hundred-mile view," which has attracted tourists for almost a century.