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2005 Archive

 

December


December 26-30, 2005
The Glories of Venice


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 19-23, 2005
Bach Christmas Oratorio


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 12-16, 2005
It Takes Two to Tango


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

December 5-9, 2005
George Frideric Handel


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November


November 28 - December 2, 2005
The Symphony


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 21-25, 2005
All in the Family


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 14-18, 2005
Beethoven and That Danged Metronome


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

November 7-11, 2005
Claude Debussy


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October


October 31 - November 4, 2005
Variations


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 24-28, 2005
Latin Carnival


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 17-21, 2005
Tone Poems


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 10-14, 2005
An Intelligent Conversion : String Quartets


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

October 3-7, 2005
Benjamin Britten


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September


September 26-30, 2005
Families of Instruments


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 19-23, 2005
Fit for a King


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 12-16, 2005
Russian Five: The Mighty Handful


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

September 5-9, 2005
John Corigliano


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August


August 29 - September 2, 2005
Music for the Masses


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 22-26, 2005
Mozart at His Zenith


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 15-19, 2005
Bright Lights, Big City : Mozart in Vienna


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 8 - 12, 2005
Get the Picture?


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

August 1-5, 2005
Ralph Vaughan-Williams


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July


July 25-29, 2005
Water Music


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 18-22, 2005
Curse of the Ninth Symphony


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 11-15, 2005
Maiden Voyages


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

July 4-8, 2005
I Hear America Singing


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June


June 27 - July 1, 2005
Bach Sleeps in on Sundays


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 20-24, 2005
Schubertiade, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 13-17, 2005
Nationalism


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

June 6-10, 2005
Richard Strauss


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May


May 30 - June 3, 2005
Music in Time of War


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 23-27, 2005
Wagner's Ring Cycle


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 16-20, 2005
An Invitation to the Dance, Part II


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 9-12, 2006
Roaring 20s


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

May 2-6, 2005
Robert Schumann


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April


April 25-29, 2005
Soundtracks


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 18-22, 2005
Hidden Gold, Part II


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 11-15, 2005
Under the Hood, Part I


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

April 4-8, 2005
Aaron Copland


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March


March 28 - April 1, 2005
Clowning Around


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 21-25, 2005
Spring is Here


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 14-18, 2005
España


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

March 7-11, 2005
An Intelligent Conversion : String Quartets


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February


February 28 - March 4, 2005
Edward Elgar


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 21-25, 2005
Tone Poems


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 14-18, 2005
Hit or Myth


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

February 7-11, 2005
Shakespeare


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January


January 31 - February 4, 2005
Claude Debussy


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 24-28, 2005
Beethoven and the Piano


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 17-21, 2005
A Little Traveling Music, Please


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 10-14, 2005
Please Don't Shoot the Piano Player


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

January 3-7, 2005
Felix Mendelssohn


Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

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You have opened up the world of Classical Music to me, where previously, it seemed too complicated.
Steffen Demeter
This is simply one of the very best radio programmes in the medium!...The study of the people, the times, and the events that inform the music we otherwise enjoy and even, heaven forbid, take for granted, brings the entire world of the music and the composer to life.
Walther Davies
There isn't a program you broadcast on Exploring Music" that isn't of interest. I find them all engaging. It is a combination of variety of subject, intellectual curiosity and your obvious enthusiasm which characterize your satisfying programs.
Michael Sanders
It’s a great way to re-engage myself with consciousness before heading off to work.
Kourtney
I Love this program! I am in 7th grade and I am the complete opposite of the other kids. I am 4th chair in the orchestra and I love to read. But most of all, I LOVE classical music!
Claudia Wertz
Your show has helped open my mind and heart to this world of music, and every show I hear confirms my place in music and gives me new ideas for where I'd like to go with it in the future….I grew up with classical music as a child and always held it in my heart, but I didn't have the confidence to be a good student (or a good violinist.)
Christine Anderson
Listening to you is almost interactive.You invite us in with so many well modulated dramatic and informative comments, enticing, enthusiastic interpretations, and coherent, beautiful presentations. It's a privilege to follow you into the musical space you create.
Sally Rosenbaum
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Jean Quay
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