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WDAV Specials Archive - September 2012

Originally aired starting 9/5/2012
WDAV 2012-2013 Orchestra Season Preview
Western NC musicA program of musical highlights from the upcoming seasons of our region’s major orchestras hosted by Matt Rogers.

Orchestra seasons featured included CSO Classics Series, Winston-Salem Symphony, Charlotte Civic Orchestra, Union Symphony, Salisbury Symphony and Western Piedmont Symphony.
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Originally aired starting 9/10/2012
Music for the Jewish High Holidays
Naomi Lewin Music for the High Holidays features both traditional and composed music from Jewish services — including a brand-new recording of Kol Nidre featuring violinist Itzhak Perlman — as well as concert music based on High Holidays melodies. Written and hosted by Naomi Lewin, the show also explains a bit about the Jewish new year and its traditions.
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Originally aired starting 9/14/2012
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra 2012 Season Opener Live
CSO on Blumenthal MarqueeThe 2012-2013 Charlotte Symphony Orchestra season begins with an all-Beethoven program, and you'll be able to hear it live on WDAV! Mike McKay and Matt Rogers host this broadcast of the entire program featuring guest pianist Arnaldo Cohen performing Beethoven's fourth piano concerto. Other selections will include Beethoven's fourth symphony and his Coriolan Overture.
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Originally aired starting 10/1/2012
Carnegie Hall Live
Carnegie HallOn select Fridays, WDAV will air Carnegie Hall Live, a series of twelve national broadcasts of the world's foremost ensembles, soloists, and recitalists from the three stages of Carnegie Hall, presented by American Public Media in conjunction with Carnegie Hall and WQXR.
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