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The Score
OVERNIGHT CLASSICS:
With Peter Van De Graaff
Upcoming Specials
Gina Bachauer International Artists competition
July 14-26/9am, noon, 3pm
In June, 39 of the world’s most promising pianists competed at the Gina Bachauer International Artists Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah. Join Classical 89 for highlights of the performances by the 12 semi-finalists. For two weeks, July 14-26, Monday-Saturday, at 9am, noon, and 3pm, you'll hear a single performer three times each day.

Carnegie hall live
July 22 at 6pm
Here is your chance to hear the best of young classical America, the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, a new group made up of the brightest young instrumentalists in our country. After a 2 week residency of rehearsals, they hit the road coast-to-coast this summer. Hear them live at Carnegie Hall, led by David Robertson, in a new work by American composer Samuel Carl Adams; Bernstein's "Symphonic Dances" from "West Side Story"; and Ravel's orchestration of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition." Gil Shaham also performs Benjamin Britten's Violin Concerto.

friday favorites
Fridays at 10am and 2pm
You don’t have to be a music encyclopedia to enjoy classical music! Twice each Friday Classical 89 highlights an every-day listener who talks about a favorite classical piece. It’s a chance to let everyone else know what makes good music great to them. Tune in Fridays at 10am and 2pm. If you’d like to participate in Friday Favorites, e-mail us at fridayfavorites@byu.edu.

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byu school of music on air
Weekdays, 1pm and 8:30pm
In a lifetime of listening, most of the music we get to hear is produced as a studio recording. Lovely as these recordings may be, many aficionados will insist that nothing compares with adrenalized performances before live audiences! The School of Music records their musicians live, and then Classical 89 takes great pride in helping those performances have a long and well-deserved afterlife on the radio. We'll put your ears (and maybe even your heart) in the De Jong Concert Hall, the Madsen Recital Hall, and wherever else the faculty and students of BYU may be performing.

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the record shelf
Saturdays at 8am
Everything you wanted to know about classical music but were afraid to ask is answered on this program. Host Jim Svejda is one of the most respected critical voices in classical music, and each week he brings listeners imaginative thematic classical programming.

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