The Music Treasury will feature “rarities” by conductor Sir Thomas Beecham, a distinctive and so significant figure in this past century. The show airs from 19:00 to 21:00 PST on Stanford’s KZSU, with concurrent streaming online from kzsu.stanford.edu. As always, the show is hosted by Dr Gary Lemco. Sir Thomas Beecham (1879-1961): Rarities [From Wikipedia] […]
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Marcelle Meyer, presented on The Music Treasury, the distinguished pianist from the 1900s
The Music Treasury airs from 19:00 to 21:00 PST, from the Stanford University at KZSU, and streams on the ‘Net at kzsu.stanford.edu. This week, the host Gary Lemco will feature pianist Dmitry Paperno, the Russian pianist of last century. Notes from a Moscow Pianist: Dmitry Paperno Pianist, teacher and writer, Kiev-born Dmitry Paperno (b.1929) received […]
Conductor Hans Rosbaud orchestral legacy is highlighted on “The Music Treasury”
The Music Treasury present a retrospective of Christina Ludwig’s career.
The Music Treasury illuminates the career of George Szell
Rudolph Serkin’s career high lighted on The Music Treasury, hosted by Dr Gary Lemco.
This week’s episode of The Music Treasury will feature that Czech conductor, Jiří Bělohlávek. The show will air from 19:00 to 21:00 PDT from Stanford University on KZSU; there is simultaneous streaming on the ‘Net as well: kzsu.stanford.edu Bělohlávek had quite the career of distinction, and champion of Czech music. Additional details are appended below; as always, the […]
This week’s edition of The Music Treasury will shine light on pianist Walter Gieseking, that exceptional pianist in the first half of the 1900s.
The Music Treasury presenting Violinist Aldo Ferraresi.
This week’s show of The Music Treasury will feature works of conductor Sir Hamilton Harty, from the first half of the last century. The show will air from 19:00 to 21:00 on Sunday, 16 September, and will be hosted as always by Dr Gary Lemco. The show may be heard from its host station, KZSU, or […]
Cyprien Katsaris, pianist French-Cypriot piano virtuoso Cyprien Katsaris (b. 1951) warrants re-consideration this Sunday evening, given his startling audacity and gift for instant improvisation over a huge repertory in a variety of musical styles. Our guest on tonight’s broadcast is Francis Romano, former President of the Gyorgy Cziffra Society and commentator on our tribute to […]
The Music Treasury presents Serge Koussevitzky, composer/conductor/publisher.
This week, The Music Treasury continues its review of composer/conductor/pianist/educator Leonard Bernstein. The show can be heard on KSZU in the Bay Area, from 19:00 – 21:00; it can be heard concurrently on the ‘Net from its host station, kzsu.stanford.edu. Leonard Bernstein, Part 2 Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) would have celebrated his 100th birthday, Saturday, August 25. This […]
This week, The Music Treasury is presenting the distinguished tenor Nicolai Gedda, who had an exceptionally long career throughout the 20th Century.
This week, The Music Treasury is presenting works by conductor Louis Frémaux. Frémaux was an active conductor in the 1900s, post WWII, in Europe and Australia. Among other pieces, the show will present Bizet’s rarely heard Second Symphony, Roma. The show, hosted by Dr Gary Lemco, will air between 19:00 and 21:00 PDT on KZSU in […]
On Sunday, The Music Treasury is presenting cellist Dmitri Atapine. While Dr Gary Lemco oft-times presents recordings of artists, this week he will have Dmitri Atapine live in the studio at Stanford. More details of Atapine can be found below. The show can be heard between 19:00 and 21:00 PDT on KZSU in the Bay Area, […]
This week, The Music Treasury will be presenting works by Czech conductor Henry Swoboda. An active performer on various stages in Europe and the United States, he was also involved in the recording industry, capturing performances of many musicians now of historic value. Dr Gary Lemco will be hosting the show, airing from 19:00 to […]
This week, The Music Treasury will present piano music performed by Tatiana Petrofina Nikolayeva. Nikolayeva was raised in a musical family—her father a string player, her mother a professional pianist. Tatiana Nikolayeva was particularly noted for her interpretation of works by Bach; her performance inspired Shostakovich to write his own set of preludes and fugues […]
Dimitri Bashkirov will be featured in this week presentation of The Music Treasury. Bashkirov received distinguished awards while a student at the Moscow Conservatory, to be followed honors received in his career which includes concerti with internationally renown orchestras, chamber music, and solo recitals. This week show airs between 19:00 and 21:00 PDT on its […]
The Music Treasury for 1 July 2018 — Violinist Michael Rabin, Part 2 This week’s show can be heard between 19:00 and 21:00 PDT from its host station KZSU at Stanford University in the Bay Area on 1 July 2018, concurrently streamed at kzsu.stanford.edu. As always, Dr Gary Lemco host the show. Michael Rabin, American […]
The Music Treasury this week is featuring recordings by violinist Michael Rabin, who had an exceptional career in the 1900s, albeit a tragically short one. Rabin showed deep musical talents at very early ages, studied with Heifetz and Galamian when quite young, with his Carnegie Hall debut performing Vieuxtemps Concerto No. 5. More information of Michael […]