Beautiful, contemplative music for organ, orchestra, and chorus by Denis Bedard and Morten Lauridsen will be performed Sunday morning, March 1st, at 11am, at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 724 Delaware Avenue in Buffalo.  From Austin, Texas, now experiencing his second Buffalo winter, Westminster organist and Director of Music Garrett Martin tells WNED’s Peter Hall that the big pipe organ doesn’t like this winter any more than the rest of us.

It's almost time for the Academy Awards! In anticipation, Classical 94.5 WNED will be celebrating some of the great music of film during February. What are some of your favorites? Let us know on our Facebook page, tweet us using @ClassicalWNED  [#MovieMusic] or send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  

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Friday, 06 February 2015 16:34

Conductor David Handel Re: "The Latin Beat"

After working with Kurt Masur at the Leipzig Gewandhaus and then on to 14 years with the National Symphony of Bolivia, David Handel comes home to guest conduct the Amherst Symphony Orchestra, this Sunday afternoon, February 8th, at 3pm.  It's a free concert at the Amherst Middle School called "The Latin Beat" and WNED's Peter Hall found out more.

 

The Western New York Chamber Orchestra presents "Miraculous Miniatures II" featuring SUNY Fredonia music faculty members in new compositions and arrangements by their Artistic Director Glen Cortese.  Music by Bizet, Mahler, Copland, and Cortese can be heard Friday, February 6th at 7:30 in Orchard Park and Sunday, February 8th at Fredonia's Rosch Recital Hall.  Find out what a composer/arranger thinks about in this conversation between Glen and WNED's Peter Hall.

 

Thursday, 05 February 2015 15:24

Violinist Augustin Hadelich

Violinist Augustin Hadelich thoroughly enjoys playing a Stradivarius violin (nicknamed  "Ex-Kiesewetter") on loan to him from Buffalo's Clement and Karen Arrison.  When he played Brahms Violin Concerto with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra he spoke about the instrument to WNED's Peter Hall.

 

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