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Classical 101

A New Season of Broadcast Concerts at Ohio State

Courtesy of Ohio State University

Concerts at Ohio Stateis a collaboration between WOSU Classical 101 and the School of Music at Ohio State University. The radio series presents performances by OSU students and faculty, mostly at Weigel Hall on campus, recorded by Mark Rubinstein.

The fifth season of Concerts at Ohio State begins at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, with program broadcasts continuing every Sunday through February. We're delighted to feature not only "tomorrow's artists today" but university favorites as well, from OSU's Men's Glee Club, Flute Troupe, jazz ensembles, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony and a wide variety of chamber music.

Here's the broadcast schedule for January:

Sundays at 1 p.m. on Classical 101 or online

Jan. 8

Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture, Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mark Rudoff

Faure: Piano Quartet in c, Op. 15, No. 1, Snow Shen, violin; Tak-Kin Wong, violin; En-Ting Hsu, viola; Konstantin Yanidi, cello

Palestrina: Sicut cervus, Men’s Glee Club conducted by Robert Ward

Ellingboe: How Can I Keep from Singing?, Men’s Glee Club conducted by Robert Ward

Silver: Silver's Serenade, Emerson Slicer, piano; Devon Buchanan, bass; Brooklyn Ludlow, drums

Jan. 15

Grainger: Molly on the Shore, Symphonic Band conducted by Richard Blatti

Schickele: Monochrome V for Eight Flutes, Flute Troupe

Prokofiev: Cello sonata in C, Mark Rudoff, cello; Edward Bak, piano

Debussy: Ariette oubliees, Michael Rene Torres, saxophone; Jiung Yoon, piano 

Bolcom: Three Cabaret Songs, Katharine Rohrer, mezzo-soprano; Wind Symphony conducted by Russel Mikkelson

Jan. 22

Ullmann: Sonata 7, Steven Glaser, piano

Gallus: Haec Dies, Men’s Glee club conducted by Robert Ward

Schubert: Im Gegenwartigen Vergangenes, Andrew Blosser, tenor; Men’s Glee Club conducted by Robert Ward

Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in b "Unfinished," Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mark Rudoff

Jan. 29

Mackey: Redline Tango, Wind Symphony with guest conductor Onsby C. Rose

Rota: Trio per clarinetto e bassoon e pianoforte, Caroline Hartig, clarinet; Karen Pierson, bassoon; Jiung Yoon, piano

Tchaikovsky: Don Juan’s Serenade; Amidst the Din of the Ball, Justin T. Fields, baritone; Edward Bak, piano

Saint-Saens: Havanaise, Symphony Orchestra conductor by Marshall Haddock; Leah Anderson, violin

Christopher Purdy is Classical 101's early morning host, 7-10 a.m. weekdays. He is host and producer of Front Row Center – Classical 101’s weekly celebration of Opera and more – as well as Music in Mid-Ohio, Concerts at Ohio State, and the Columbus Symphony broadcast series. He is the regular pre-concert speaker for Columbus Symphony performances in the Ohio Theater.