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Classical Notes: November 6, 2012 Archive

The last interview with Carter

Posted at 2:53 PM on November 6, 2012 by Daniel Gilliam (0 Comments)

As Alisa Weilerstein prepares to record Elliott Carter's cello concerto, she sits down with him for some coaching and what turns out to be the last interview with the composer, who passed away Monday at the age of 103.

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On the Air This Week

Posted at 3:14 PM on November 6, 2012 by Rex Levang (0 Comments)
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Highlights from Nov. 6 to 13

Wednesday, 7 pm: Carnegie Hall Live: Belcea String Quartet.
Thursday, 3 pm hour: Regional Spotlight: The Minnesota Sinfonia led by Jay Fishman.
Friday, 8 pm: Minnesota Orchestra: Britten, Stravinsky, and Beethoven.
Sunday, 6 am: Pipedreams: New from New Mexico.
Sunday, noon: From the Top.
Sunday, 1 pm: SymphonyCast: Mahler's Third, with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Monday, 8 pm: Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra: John Adams, Hindemith, and Mendelssohn.

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