This is a page for a radio show that airs daily at 12n on 89.1 and 88.7 WMHT. You can stream it online at wmht.org, too. Bach's Lunch is WMHT-FM's hour of Baroque and Early Music.
It features instrumental and vocal works every weekday at 12n.
We will gopher baroque at 12 on Bach’s Lunch. See you there!!
We will gopher baroque at 12 on Bach’s Lunch. See you there!!
Not exactly Baroque, but a brilliant performance nonetheless!
ALIVEmusica, a collaboration between leading chamber music presenters throughout the Hudson Valley, is pleased to present our first streaming concert with pi...
While this is not the music of the Baroque, I can highly recommend it. Have a listen.
Inside the Music: Franz Schubert-The Twilight of Genius airs on WMHT Monday night at 6pm. https://mailchi.mp/capitalregionclassical.org/season-july2020-12581918
Love this lady!! Don’t miss Bach...
Cornelia Vertenstein, a Holocaust survivor, is still teaching piano lessons over FaceTime from her Denver home.
Here is something special! Our favorite composer played by a brilliant pianist. Don’t miss, Jeremy Denk, this Sunday afternoon.
The probing and tasteful pianist brings his inventive approach and formidable technique to traverse Bach’s complete first volume of preludes and fugues.
Bach: Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I
This concert series is a great tradition in the Capital Region. It has a new name, but their vision remains. Best wishes for a great new season!
A new year and a new beginning! The Union College Concert Series may have a new name - Capital Region Classical at Union College - but we'll continue to bring you world-renowned classical musicians at our home in Schenectady and at other venues around the region.
It's an exhilarating experience to hear performances by masters like pianist Mitsuko Uchida in an intimate setting. We hope you'll join us! https://bit.ly/2Ftus0s
"Bach at New Year's"
with Berkshire Bach Society Ensemble Director and Soloist,
Wednesday, January 1 at 3 PM
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
The Berkshire Bach Society and WMHT present "Bach at New Year's" with Berkshire Bach Ensemble Director and Soloist, Eugene Drucker, founder of the Emerson String Quartet, and Harpsichordist Kenneth Weiss, performing Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Brandenburg Concerti.
Welcome the New Year in Style!
Final day of the spring membership campaign on 89.1/88.7, WMHT Public Media.
Today, it’s the 50 Greatest Pieces Of Classical Music. I’ve got one by Bach, and I’ve a pianist who lost the Chopin Piano Competition in 1980, but still managed to win thanks to a bit of controversy and a dust up caused by one of the judges.
See you on the radio at 12n.
played by Ivo Pogorelich at the 1980 Chopin competition. You may download the avi version here(XVid): http://rapidshare.com/files/78934852/Ivo_Scherzo.avi
Happy first birthday, Johann! Is today his birthday? Or is it March 31?
Thanks to John Keal Music Company! Rob Brown and I stopped by Greater Amsterdam School District's McNulty School and the Scotia-Glenville Schools to drop off recorders that you helped make possible. Such great community support! Thank you!!
Rob Brown of WMHT Public Media and our very own Chris Wienk dropped by to see Theresa at McNulty School in Amsterdam and the students at Scotia-Glenville school to drop off recorders for the students. Thanks to John Keal Music Company for partnering in the last WMHT pledge event.
Yo-Yo Ma, this is a thing of beauty!!
Music video by Yo-Yo Ma performing Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, Prélude (Official Video). (C) 2018 Sound Postings LLC, under exclusive license to Sony...
May not be Baroque, but it is fun! Thanks for listening to WMHT-FM, your classical companion.
I spent over 3 months synchronizing a line rider track to Beethoven's 5th drawing everything by hand. There is no animation happening here. Any time a charac...
Berkshire Bach Society's Handel's Messiah Sing is tomorrow at 4pm! It’s at the First Congregational Church in Great Barrington. Will you be in the audience? Or singing on stage? Come one. Come all!
Not Baroque, but a brilliant performance of one of my non-Baroque faves. See you at 12n.
Gymnopedie No 1 is a popular, beautiful piece for the classical guitarist. I never considered performing it as an instrumental. However, a few decades ago I heard Cleo Laine sing the piece on a recording she did with renown flutist, James Galway. I was inspired. I haven’t heard of anyone singing this piece. I was hooked. I finally decided that it was time to do it. I guess it took long enough. :) Cleo Laine’s version has 3 verses. I did two verses to shorten the piece. And yes, the vocals could come way down. I miscalculated my singing low and soft, so I put the mic closer to mouth rather than the guitar. Mistake. On to the next thing…
Mind bending. Wow! Yo-Yo Ma, you are awesome!
Watch the 19-time Grammy winner return to his lifelong passion for J.S. Bach, playing music from the Cello Suites and offering advice on the art of incremental learning.
See you weekdays at 12n on the radio.
Chris Thile performs Bach's Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001 in full. Also featured on his album Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. I, available now on CD & v...
Come to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Tuesday, May 8th.
Tomorrow, 5/8, join us as we conclude this season's [email protected] Series!
Pianist Findlay Cockrell, soprano Corine Salon, and violinist Ann-Marie Barker Schwartz, perform music by composer Edvard Grieg. Doors at 11, music starts at noon!
Thank you MVP Health Care for your support of this family friendly event.
One of the most amazing pianists in the world is about to play in Schenectady at the Union College Concert Series On May 6. Don’t miss Emanuel Ax.
Sunday, May 6, 2018 – 3:00PM We’re pleased to present a special performance with the world-renowned pianist honoring the 18th President of Union College, Stephen C. Ainlay and Judith Gardner Ainlay for their dedication to the cultural life of the Capital Region.Choose from the dropdown menu for ...
Last day of the WMHT Public Media spring fund raiser. Here Chris Wienk is modeling the cool picnic backpack, perfect to take to SPAC or Tanglewood this summer. Fill it with food and go have fun! And by contributing to get it, you'll be filling WMHT-FM with great classical music. It's just $20/month, or a one-time gift of $240. Thanks for calling 1.800.285.6482, or go to wmht.org. #KeepClassicalMusicAlive
Weekdays at 12n, enjoy Baroque and Early Music thanks to listener-support. Today is the next to last day of the spring fund raiser. It won’t be a success unless you join. Please make your contribution today.
Call 1.800.272.6482, or http://www.wmht.org to support WMHT Public Media and your classical companion. Thank you!
Thinking the Union College Concert Series is the place to be on March 25 for Jeremy Denk.
The inimitable Jeremy Denk brings his passion for Charles Ives to NY's Capital Region in a program of the composer's complete violin sonatas with Stefan Jackiw. Tickets $30, students free.
"One marvel after another." - Boston Globe
"[an] exciting night." - NY Times
Our friends at the Union College Concert Series bring it with Ian Bostridge this weekend! WMHT Public Media.
Tenor Ian Bostridge is renowned for his Schubert performances. The NY Times writes:
"His expressive, nuanced and clear voice is ideal for conveying the despair and amorous longing of Schubert’s songs."
Come on Saturday, February 10, at 3pm to experience him sing some of these incredible songs in our intimate hall. Tickets: $30
While not Baroque, still something great to see. Union College Concert Series puts on great shows.
The NY Times calls Korean-American violinist Jennifer Koh "one of our most thoughtful and intense musicians." Don't miss this thrilling artist on Sunday afternoon in NY's Capital Region in a program of Beethoven violin sonatas interspersed with short new works by Pulitzer-winner Andrew Norman. http://tinyurl.com/y7sk4uou
Tickets $30; students free.
Oh! While not Baroque, this is fun! Thanks for listening, weekdays at 12n on 89.1 and 88.7, WMHT, your classical companion.
A great day to swing out for the
Free Music @ Noon Concert Series
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Tuesday, December 12, Noon
Medieval & Renaissance Music
Time to warm up the singing voice. It's time for the annual Messiah Sing-Along. This time, it's with Classics on Hudson at Hudson Hall.
Gwen Gould has led her annual Messiah Sing around the Christmas Holidays for over twenty years. However, firsts are the order of the day at Hudson Hall. Classics on Hudson, in collaboration with Hudson Hall at the Historic Hudson Opera House, presents the first, annual Messiah Sing conducted by Gwen...
Free noon concerts spanning all genres, the second Tuesday of the month, starting October 10 at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Music at Noon
Union College Concert Series supports WMHT Public Media, and we support them back. Thanks for coming along.
The Takács Quartet has been at the forefront of the chamber music world since its inception over 40 years ago. Hear this venerable group on Sunday, October 8 at 3pm, as they open our 17-18 Season before heading to Carnegie Hall. Tickets only $30 for any seat in the house.
Thanks for your contribution at www.wmht.org, or 1.800.285.9648. Thanks!
We're Live in our WMHT FM studios with Bill, Dave, and Chris Wienk!
With your $10 per month sustaining contribution, you'll have a special afternoon of lunch and musical exploration with Albany Symphony's David Alan Miller.
The Fall Fundraising Campaign has a goal to raise at least $100,000 in just one week. We’re “Going for Baroque” with all your favorite Baroque and Early Music all week long, plus a countdown of the 50 greatest Baroque Composers. Your contribution makes it possible to deliver more music to more listeners in more ways than ever before, and it represents a commitment to Community, Culture and Connections, so please contribute online at wmht.org. #ILoveWMHT
Berkshire Bach Society announced their 2017-18 season, which includes the WMHT Public Media sponsored presentation of Bach at New Years, January 1 at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
“So great was the rhythmic swing, pictorial effect and overall vitality that listeners near the stage seemed in danger at times of having the music dance right into their laps.” – Berkshire Eagle
The First of Findlay Cockrell’s new once-a-month Recital Series at the Beverwyck Retirement Center (open to All!) will be this Friday (22nd) at 1:00 and repeated at 5:00 in the Terrace Community Room, 41 Beverwyck Lane, Slingerlands.
This ‘Introductory program’ is entitled 'Findlay in Blue, with the Eight Gs’ (Gershwin, Gould, Gottschalk, Griffes, Grant-Still, Grieg, Granados, Glinka). One-hour program, no intermission. Free admission — Open to All — parking convenient. (Photo: Philip Kamrass)
This will be a beautiful show at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Troy Chromatic Concerts knows great music!
Acclaimed violinist Tessa Lark, performing a program that combines classical repertoire and traditional Appalachian fiddle tunes - from Ravel to Lark and more!
At Saratoga Arts' Art in the Park, today for Exit 97.7 WEXT. Got to meet more Bach's Lunch fans, Cliff and Margot Ammon. WMHT Public Media in the park.
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