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2004 Archive

 

December


December 27-31, 2004
Child's Play


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 20-24, 2004
Bach Christmas Oratorio


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 13-17, 2004
A Little Night Music


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 6-10, 2004
Igor Stravinsky


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November


November 29 - December 3, 2004
Homage


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 22-26, 2004
All in the Family


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 15- 19, 2004
Maiden Voyages


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 8-12, 2004
Ralph Vaughan-Williams


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 1-5, 2004
I Hear America Singing


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October


October 25-29, 2004
Russian Five: The Mighty Handful


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 18-22, 2004
Water Music


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 11-15, 2004
Nationalism


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 4-8, 2004
Bright Lights, Big City: Mozart in Vienna


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September


September 27 - October 4, 2004
Hidden Gold, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 20-24, 2004
Variations


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 13-17, 2004
Haydn Symphonies


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 6-10, 2004
Antonin Dvorák


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August


August 30 - September 3, 2004
Pastoral Symphonies


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 23-27, 2004
Beethoven Quartets


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 16-20, 2004
How Do We Get from Bach to Beethoven?


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 9-13, 2004
Hector Berlioz


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 2-6, 2004
An Invitation to the Dance, Part II


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July


July 26-30, 2004
John Corigliano


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 19-23, 2004
Schubertiade, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 12-16, 2004
Under the Hood, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 5-9, 2004
An Invitation to the Dance, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June


June 28 - July 2, 2004
Hidden Gold, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 21-25, 2004
Clowning Around


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 14-18, 2004
España


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 7-11, 2004
Soundtracks


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May


May 31 - June 4, 2004
Leonard Bernstein


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 24-28, 2004
Get the Picture?


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 17-21, 2004
Beethoven and that Danged Metronome


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 10-14, 2004
It Takes Two to Tango


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 3-7, 2004
Maurice Ravel


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April


April 26-30, 2004
Mozart Piano Concertos


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 19-23, 2004
The Glories of Venice


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 12-16, 2004
Music in Time of War


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 5-9, 2004
Edward Elgar


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March


March 29 - April 2, 2004
Pastoral Symphonies


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 22-26, 2004
Spring is Here


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 15-19, 2004
Child's Play


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 8-12, 2004
Roaring 20s


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 1-5, 2004
Aaron Copland


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February


February 23-27, 2004
Hit or Myth


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 16-20, 2004
Haydn Symphonies


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 9-13, 2004
An Invitation to the Dance, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 2-6, 2004
Igor Stravinsky


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January


January 26-30, 2004
How Do We Get from Bach to Beethoven?


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 19-23, 2004
It Takes Two to Tango


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 12-16, 2004
A Little Traveling Music, Please


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 5-9, 2004
Richard Strauss


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 29, 2003 - January 2, 2004
The Glories of Venice


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

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