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We’re cranking out lots of new event webcasts! Here’s a smattering of the latest releases:


Courtesy of Graham Ross
Courtesy of Graham Ross

Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, U.K.
Graham Ross, conductor
Part of the Irving Fine Centennial Festival
Live Recording – December 6, 2015 (Coolidge Auditorium)

Monterverdi | Nisi Dominus, SV 206:8, from Vespro della Beata Vergine (1610)
I. Fine | The Hour-Glass (1949)
Britten | A Ceremony of Carols (arr. Julius Harrison) (1942/1955)
I. Fine | “A Short Alleluia” (1945)
I. Fine | Three Choruses from Alice in Wonderland, First Series (1942)
Traditional Austrian | “Still, still, still” (arr. Graham Ross) (2012) – Washington, DC Premiere
Schoenberg | Fried auf Erden, op. 13 (1907)

Courtesy of Mahan Esfahani
Courtesy of Mahan Esfahani

Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord
Commemorating the 300th Birthday of C.P.E. Bach
Live Recording – April 4, 2014 (Coolidge Auditorium)

Kuhnau | Suonata seconda: Saul malinconico e tratullato per mezzo della Musica (1700)
J.S. Bach | Chromatische Fantasie und Fuga, BWV 903 (before 1723)
W.F. Bach | Twelve Polonaises, selections, Fk. 12 (c.1765, rev. c.1775)
4. Polonaise in D minor
8. Polonaise in E minor
9. Polonaise in F major
10. Polonaise in F minor
C.P.E. Bach | Sonata in F-sharp minor, Wq. 52/4 (1763)
C.P.E. Bach | Sonata in A minor, “Württemberg,” Wq. 49/1 (1742-4)
Post-Concert Interview

Henry Threadgill’s Zooid
Live Recording – October 25, 2013



Gershwin Prize Honoree Luncheon: Billy Joel
Live Recording – November 18, 2014 (Members Room)

“Magna Carta: Muse and Mentor” Evening Gala
HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne
Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
Temple Church Choir, Roger Sayer, conductor
Denyce Graves-Montgomery
Live Recording – November 6, 2014

MagnaCarta_LogoColor-01“Magna Carta: Muse and Mentor” Opening Ceremony
HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne
Sir Peter Westmacott, British Ambassador to the United States
Temple Church Choir, Roger Sayer, conductor
Howard University Singers, Dr. J. Weldon Norris, director
The U.S. Army Herald Trumpets, MAJ Treg Ancelet, conductor
Live Recording – November 6, 2014



Conversation with the Calefax Reed Quintet
Ivar Berix, clarinet; Raaf Hekkema, alto saxophone
Live Recording – February 5, 2015 (Whittall Pavilion)

Conversation with Jefferson Friedman
and Members of the Chiara String Quartet
Live Recording – December 5, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Conversation with Matthias Maute, Co-Artistic Director, Ensemble Caprice
Live Recording – November 21, 2014

Technofiles: Music, Technology & the Entrepreneur
Panos Panay, Founder, Sonicbids
Casey Rae, Executive Director, Future of Music Coalition
Emilien Moyon, Berklee College of Music
Ethan Schiff, Co-Founder and CEO, New Torch Entertainment
Nick Susi, Co-Founder and CCO, New Torch Entertainment
Live Recording – November 5, 2014 (Montpelier Room)

The Audacity of Hopekirk with James Wintle
James Wintle, Music Division, Library of Congress
Jennifer Wintle, soprano
Joy Schreier, piano
Live Recording – November 4, 2014

Conversation with George Lewis
Live Recording – October 30, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Conversation with the St. Lawrence String Quartet & Pedja Muzijevic
Live Recording – October 24, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Conversation with Stew
Live Recording – October 23, 2014 (Montpelier Room)

American Ballet Theatre: 75 Years Touring the Globe
Victoria Phillips, Columbia University
Live Recording – October 14, 2014 (Mumford Room)

Race and the Broadway Musical with Warren Hoffman
Live Recording – October 10, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Rebel Music: Race, Empire & the New Muslim Youth Culture with Hisham D. Aidi
Live Recording – September 25, 2014 (West Dining Room)

National Anthem Remix Panel Discussion
Live Recording = Spetember 18, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Conversation with Oliver Knussen & Marc Neikrug
Live Recording – April 11, 2014 (Whittall Pavilion)

Chamber Music in 1750 Berlin with Daniel Boomhower
Live Recording – April 5, 2012 (Whittall Pavilion)

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