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Fri March 29, 2013
What's New on WKAR, March 29
Musicians from two of Mid-Michigan's most prominent ensembles highlight this week's program. First, David Rayl's Lansing Symphony performance of excerpts from Johannes Brahms German Requiem comes to you for Good Friday. Then, Kevin Noe and the MSU Symphony Orchestra bring you a performance of Beethoven's Symphony #1 from their February 2013 concert. The King's Singersperform more sacred music for the season and Zuill Bailey plays Dvorak's beloved Cello Concerto in b minor.
Brahms/A German Requiem/LSO, Rayl, University Chorale, State Singers, MSU Choral Union/MSU
Beethoven/Symphony #1/MSU Symphony/Noe/MSU
Dvorak/Cello Concerto/Bailey, Indianapolis, Markl/Telarc