PBO Broadcasts

KDFC is proud to present Philharmonia Baroque in concert on your radio this Fall.

America's finest period instrument orchestra, and a Bay Area treasure, returns to Classical KDFC and KDFC.com Sunday nights at 8pm, the second Sunday of each month. Hear the greatest works from the 17th century to the early 19th century recorded live in concert.

Sunday May 11, 8pm

Mozart: Symphony No. 38, “Prague” 
Mozart: Concerto Pasticcio for Horn in E-flat major

R.J. Kelley, horn
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Sunday June 8, 8pm

Facius: Concerto for Violoncello in D minor
Berezovsky: Symphony in C majors

Tanya Tomkins, violoncello
Steven Fox, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Past Broadcasts:

Sunday April 13, 8pm

Vivaldi: Arias from Atenaide, La fede tradita e vendicata, La fida ninfa
Vivica Geneaux, mezzo-soprano

Vivaldi: motets from Laudate pueri and Nulla in mundo pax sincera
Maria Zádori, soprano
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Sunday, March 9, 8pm

Violin works by Corelli, Vivaldi, et al
Elizabeth Blumenstock, soloist and leader
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Sunday February 9, 8pm

C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concerto No. 3
Haydn: Symphony No. 98

Jaap ter Linden, guest leader and soloist
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Sunday January 12, 8pm

Mozart: Symphonies Nos. 40 & 41 "Jupiter"
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

Recorded live in 2006 and 2010

Sunday December 8, 8pm

Handel: Messiah
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
Philharmonia Chorale, Bruce Lamott – director

Sunday November 10, 8pm

Thomas Arne: Comus (excerpts)
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Sophie Daneman, soprano
Meredith Hall, soprano
Colin Ainsworth, tenor
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
Philharmonia Chorale - Bruce Lamott, director

Performed live in September 2008

Sunday October 13, 8pm

Beethoven Selections 

Beethoven - Romance no. 1 in G major (feat. Blumenstock)
Beethoven - Contredanses
Beethoven - Piano concerto no. 4 (feat. Emanuel Ax)

Sunday September 8, 8pm

Vivaldi and Telemann's "Alster Overture"

Vivaldi - Stabat Mater
Telemann - selections from "Alster Overture"
Der canonierende Pallas
Der ruhende Pan
Der Shäffer and Nymphen eilfertiger Abzug

Performed live in January 2011

Sunday August 11, 8pm

Mozart - Symphony no. 29
Haydn - Symphony no. 44

In this program, Nicholas McGegan explores the links between two symphonic masters. Haydn is credited with perfecting the symphony in its modern form, while Mozart’s singular style developed under the influence of Haydn, his friend and mentor.

Sunday July 14, 8pm

Selections from Henry Purcell's Dioclesian 

Helene Zindarsian, sorprano
Clifton Massey, countertenor
Jean-Paul Jones, countertenor
Jonathan Smucker, tenor
Brian Thorsett, tenor
Jeff Fields, baritone
John Bischoff, bass-baritone
Philharmonia Chorale, Bruce Lamott, Director

-performed live in October 2012 

Sunday June 9, 8pm

A Bach Family Spectacular

Music from the famous Bach family

Sunday May 12, 8pm

Beethoven's 4th and 7th Symphonies

Beethoven Symphony #4
Beethoven Symphony #7 (excerpts)

Sunday April 14, 8pm

Excerpts from Handel's "Orlando"

William Towers (Orlando), countertenor
Dominique Labelle (Angelica), soprano
Diana Moore (Medoro), mezzo-soprano
Susanne Ryden (Belinda), soprano
Wolf Matthias Friedrich (Zoroastre), baritone

- performed live in 2010

Sunday March 10, 8pm

Vivaldi and other Italian composers

Featuring guest conductors/soloists of PBO

Elizabeth Blumenstock (Vivaldi - Violin concerto "L’Amoroso")
Rinaldo Allessandrini (Geminiani - Concerto grosso in e minor)
Ottavio Dantone (Alessandro Scarlatti - Concerto gross in g minor)
Elizabeth Wallfisch (Telemann - Concerto for two violins and bassoon)
Konrad Junghänel (Rosenmüller - Sonata à 7)
Elizabeth Blumenstock again (Dall’ Abaco - Concerto à piu instrumenti)

Sunday February 10, 8pm

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra on the Road

Excerpts from Mozart's "Il Rè Pastore" (as performed at the Mostly Mozart Festival)

Heidi Grant Murphy (Elisa), soprano
Lisa Saffer (Aminta), soprano
Margaret Lattimore (Tamiri), mezzo-soprano
Iain Paton (Alessandro), tenor
Michael Slattery (Agenore), tenor

– performed live in 2003

Sunday, January 13, 8pm

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra on the Road

Excerpts from Handel's Alcina (as performed at the International Handel Festival, Göttingen, Germany)
Dettingen Te Deum (as performed in Hannover, Germany)

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