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Celebrate ‘Classical Music Day’ With These Nashville Musicians On 91Classical

Sep 12, 2018

On Sept. 14, Nashville celebrates its second annual Classical Music Day. Festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. at Food Truck City with performances by ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, SONUS, and Nashville Opera. 91Classical is also celebrating on-air, with a playlist that includes even more local music than usual.

As always, you can tune in at 91.1 FM. You can also stream the entire day on 91Classical.org, as well as from the Nashville Public Radio app. 

6 a.m. hour

  • Music by JS Bach performed by Bela Fleck on banjo
  • ALIAS Chamber Ensemble with music by Kenji Bunch

7 a.m. hour

  • The Nashville Symphony takes on Elliot Carter's Symphony No. 1

8 a.m. hour

  • John Johns on guitar with music by Benvenuto Terzi

9 a.m. hour

  • Tennessee Tech trombonist Joshua Hauser with his own arrangement of Richard Peaslee's Arrows of Time

10 a.m. hour

  • Paula Engerer on oboe with the Nashville Chamber Orchestra, in a performance of Samuel Barber's Canzonetta for Oboe and Orchestra
  • Julia Tanner performs JS Bach's O Sacred Head Now Wounded on cello

11 a.m. hour

  • The Mirabelle Trio with music by Carl Reinecke
  • Duo Sudeste has music be Sergio Assad

12 p.m. hour

  • the Cumberland Quintet with Anatol Liadov's Russian Folk Dances
  • Jared Hauser on oboe with Nicholas Roth on piano perfoming music by Antonio Pasculli

1 p.m. hour

  • Karl Wohlwend and Stanley Yates on guitar with music by Gioacchino Rossini

2 p.m. hour

  • Drake University Wind Symphony performing a movment of Nebula by Greg Danner

3 p.m. hour

  • music by Charles Ives, performed by the Blair String Quartet

4 p.m. hour

  • a movement of Samba Concerto performed by the Stones River Chamber Players
  • Enid Katahn with Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 9

5 p.m. hour

  • the Godwin-Thompson Guitar Duo with a Brahms Theme and Variations

6 p.m. hour

  • music by Michael Kurek performed by the Atlantic Ensemble