Around Knoxville on WUOT

Produced by WUOT's Allan Ellstrom and features recent concerts recorded in and around the Knoxville area. 

(Note: The "playlist" link, with drop-down menu, on the Full Schedule page, shows only those cd's played as "Bands in Review." )
 

Monday, Sept. 30, 2013:

Westminster Choir/Joe Miller, conductor

Program includes:
WEELKES:  Gloria in Excelsis Deo
HAMMERSCHMIDT:  Heilig ist der Herr
RACHMANINOFF:  All-Night Vigil, Op. 37-Come, Let Us Worship
CYRILLUS KREEK:  Psalm 104-Bless the Lord, O my soul.
HANSSON:  Psalm 13-Lighten Mine Eyes
GRETCHANINOFF:  Gladsome Light
DANIEL ELDER:  Seven last Words from the Cross
ERIKS ESENVALDS:  Long Road

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra on WUOT

Recorded broadcasts of the most recent season of the Knoxville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestras air July thru September.

(NOTE: During the 'live' performance season of the orchestra - September thru May - WUOT airs programs on selected Tuesday evenings during the month following the performance.)

Monday evening broadcasts:
 

Monday, July 7, 2014

KNOXVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Lucas Richman, conductor

EMIL VON REZNICEK:  Donna Diana-Overture
ZOLTAN KODALY:  Hary Janos-Suite
RICHARD WAGNER:  Rienzi-Overture

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