ASU in Concert Broadcast Schedule
Enjoy the talent of the Arizona State University School of Music, every Thursday at 7pm, as ASU in Concert highlights the best performances from student ensembles, faculty, and guest artists. Listen on Classical Arizona PBS—DTV channel 8.5 or 89.5 KBACH.
An evening of Samuel Barber featuring pianists Walter Cosand and Meg Ruby, cellist Tom Landschoot and the Ying Quartet.
Barber – Souvenirs, Ballet Suite, Op. 28
Barber – Sonata for Violoncello and Piano in C Minor, Op. 6
Barber – String Quartet, Op. 11
ASU faculty bring to life modern and contemporary works with a side of jazz. Featured artists include bassoonist Albie Micklich, trombonist Brad Edwards and the Capitol Quartet.
Marchant – I’ll Be
Grieg – Haugtussa, Op. 67
No. 1 Det Syng
No. 3 Blabaer-Li
No. 5 Elsk
No. 6 Killingdans
No. 7 Vond Dag
No. 8 Ved Gjaetle Bekken
Cooper – Jazz Suite for Bassoon and Jazz Trio
Hamilton – Three Rags
II. Mister Bones’ Rag
Moyse – Four Pieces for three flutes and piano
Ellington – It Don’t Mean a Thing, If It Ain’t Got That Swing
You don’t know how lucky you are, as the St. Lawrence String Quartet and others take us back to the USSR.
Smirnov – Excerpts from Images of Saint-Petersburg
Khachaturian – Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano
Tchaikovsky – String Quartet No. 3 in E-flat Minor, Op. 30
Woodwinds have taken over as we listen to Paradise Winds, ASU faculty, the Pen Trio and the ASU Chamber Orchestra.
Mellits – Splinter
VIII. Red Pine
Magnard – Quintet in D Minor, Op. 8
Tansman – Suite pour Trio D’Anches
Love – Three Images for Saxophone Octet
III. Bed Monsters
Bradbury – 543 Except After C
V. Forceful, Dynamic
Theofanidis – Bassoon Concerto
Many ASU in Concert broadcasts are presented in DTS Neural Surround™. DTV broadcasts are presented in Dolby Digital discrete surround sound. This technology enables the broadcast team to deliver the performances in immersive surround sound, bringing the experience of sitting in the best seat of the concert hall directly to listeners.