The Philadelphia Orchestra's 113th season may be over this weekend, but our broadcast year isn’t done! We’ll be back with you Sunday, May 26th, at our usual 2 PM time, for more Brahms - as we’ll hear his radiant Second Symphony, written in a burst of creativity over a few short months.
Also on the program is Elgar's spirited Cockaigne Overture, ("In London Town"), drawing its character from the sometimes bawdy urban sounds of marching bands, church bells, and merry revelers.
And, Curtis graduate Jonathan Biss returns to perform Mozart's rarely heard Piano Concerto No. 13. It should be a wonderful concert!
Gregg Whiteside is your host, and Susan Lewis and Jim Cotter will speak with Jonathan Biss, and guest conductor Donald Runnicles during intermission. That's this Sunday, May 26th, 2 to 4 pm. Join us!