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Mon 05.13 8pm
Commentary, interviews and live performance from Amsterdam’s concert hall on Radio Netherlands’ classical concert series on Live! At the Concertgebouw.
Tue 05.14 2pm
Teen jazz bands from throughout the US compete in the three-day Essentially Ellington Festival in New York’s Rose Hall on Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Wed 05.15 8pm
Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the San Francisco Symphony, Chorus and soloists in a program including Brahms’ A German Requieum from Davies Symphony Hall.
Thu 05.16 8pm
Research journalist Michael Lewis, who spent six months with President Obama, in conversation on City Arts & Lectures.
Fri 05.17 6:50am
A concise, comprehensive update on the world of business and finance on Marketplace Morning Report.
Sat 05.18 noon
True stories from regular people centered around a common theme on the award-winning show This American Life.
Sun 05.19 7pm
The American stage premiere of Philip Glass’ dynamic new drama Kepler from the Spoleto Festival on World of Opera.
Mon 05.20 11am
Violinist Jennifer Frautschi and pianist Jon Kimura Parker perform Bartok’s Violin Sonata No. 1 in c-sharp minor at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.
Tue 05.21 11am
Latin American music from the southern cone of South America to Mexico on Fiesta! With Elbio Barilari.
Wed 05.22 8pm
Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the San Francisco Symphony in Wagner’s Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin and Brahms’ Variations on a Theme by Haydn.
Thu 05.23 6:30pm
A visit with western writer Susanna Sonnenberg, whose memoir She Matters: A Life in Friendships inspires readers to consider the complexities of their own relationships on The Write Question.
Fri 05.24 2pm
Riverwalk Jazz pays tribute to Jelly Roll Morton, called the first great jazz composer.
Sat 05.25 9am
A personal finance program that looks at how money affects us—both financially & emotionally—and what effects our money on Marketplace Money.
Sun 05.26 7pm
Giacomo Meyerbeer’s five-act extravaganza Robert the Devil performed by the royal Opera House Orchestra and chorus from London’s Covent Garden on World of Opera.
Mon 05.27 6:30pm
Montana composer/pianist Philip Aaberg looks at how one’s surroundings affect the creative process on Of the West.
Tue 05.28 2pm
Filmmaker Ken Burns joins host Wendell Pierce in a program of speakeasy music from Prohibition and the Jazz Age on Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Wed 05.29 2pm
Saxophonist Chris Potter performs his latest suite, The Sirens, based on The Odyssey, on JazzSet.
Thu 05.30 8pm
Satirist Fran Lebowitz, whose writings offer insights into timely issues, in conversation on City Arts & Lectures.
Fri 05.31 2pm
The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and special guests revisit South Side Chicago jazz hot spots of 1915-1930 on Riverwalk Jazz.
Sat 06.01 2pm
Two hours of folk music & farce, showtunes and satire on The Midnight Special.