This Week at The Classical Station
by Rob Kennedy
Photo: La Tempesta di Mare by Paul Ritsema (from our Virtual Art Exhibit
by Rob Kennedy
Tuesday, November 14, 2023
Did you become a Sustaining Member of The Classical Station during our recent Fall Fund Drive? If you did, thank you! You are enjoying convenient, automatic, ongoing monthly contributions which you can change or stop at any time! Becoming a Sustaining Member is an easy way to increase the power of your support and put more of your dollars into the great classical music you depend on.
As a Sustaining Member, you will:
Here’s how a Sustaining Membership works: Your monthly contribution is deducted automatically from the account of your choice on the same day each month until you tell us to stop. You can make changes or cancel your Sustaining Membership at any time.
To become a Sustaining Member, visit our Donation Page. Or call 800-556-5178 anytime. A member of staff will be happy to take down your information and instructions, as well as answer any questions you may have. Don’t forget to take a Thank You Gift or designate 10% of your Sustaining Membership to the Education Fund if you prefer. Thank you for being a Sustaining Member!
Monday, November 13, 2023
This evening, Monday Night at the Symphony features the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra which was founded in 1893. The program includes music by Antonín Dvořák, Sir William Walton, Frederick Delius, and more, conducted by José Serebrier, David Hickox, and Conductor Laureate Andrew Litton.
The concert begins at 8 p.m. Eastern. Tell your smart speaker to “Play The Classical Station.”
Herr Zachow was George Frederic Handel’s first teacher. Chadwick was one of a group of composers known as The Boston Six. The others in the group were Amy Beach, Arthur Foote, Edward MacDowell, John Knowles Paine, and Horatio Parker.
Photo: George Whitfield Chadwick, Unknown Author, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons