Center Stage from Wolf Trap
Sundays @ 9PM

Center Stage from Wolf Trap showcases live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians. Recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap, these one-hour radio programs include unscripted and spontaneous conversation with hosts Rich Kleinfeldt and Bill McGlaughlin. Located just outside of Washington D.C., Wolf Trap presents more than 280 performances each year at its three venues. The Barns at Wolf Trap are among Washington's premier venues. Consisting of two rebuilt 18th century barns, the venue serves as a theater, a concert setting and home to the Wolf
Trap Opera. A veteran broadcaster and musician, Rich Kleinfeldt is known for his lively dialogues on the popular radio series Indianapolis On-the-Air. He performs and tours as a member of the Washington Saxophone Quartet. Conductor, composer, and radio personality Bill McGlaughlin won a Peabody award for his national radio show, Saint Paul Sunday. He has led orchestras throughout the United States and was Music Director of the Kansas City Symphony for twelve years.

Ralph Vaughan Williams:  Silent Noon
Craig Colclough, baritone;  Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

André Previn:  Sonata
Peter Kolkay, bassoon;  Alexandra Nguyen, piano

Dave Brubeck (arr. Matt Brubeck):  The Duke
Quartet San Francisco

Johannes Brahms:  Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 99
Steven Isserlis, cello;  Kirill Gerstein, piano


Béla Bartók:  Rhapsody No. 1
Steven Isserlis, cello;  Kirill Gerstein, piano

Alfredo Catalani:  La Wally: "Ebben! ne andrò lontana"
Martin Hennessy:  Renascence: "The World Stands Out"
Marcy Stonikas, soprano;  Eve Gigliotti, mezzo-soprano;  Eric Barry, tenor;  Craig Colclough, baritone;  Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

Shelley Foster Gurin:  AB-SENSE
Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble

Erno Dohnányi:  Sextet in C Major for Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola Cello, and Piano, Op. 37
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center


Robert Schumann:  Variations on the Name "Abegg, Op. 1
Beatrice Rana, piano

Arvo Pärt:  Spiegel im Spiegel
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin;  Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

Asako Hiraboyashi:  Siciliano
Gian DiBello, violin;  Asako Hiraboyashi, harpsichord

Anton Arensky:  Trio No. 1 in D minor, op. 32
Atos Trio


Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Louis Hanzlik):  Selections from The Well-Tempered Clavier
Johannes Brahms (arr. Andrew Sorg):  Three Chorale Preludes, Op. 122
Atlantic Brass Quintet

Don Walker:  Seventh String Quartet ("Comin' Outta Haydn")
Vit Muzik, violin;  Vladislav Kvapil, violin;  Gabriel Pavlik, viola;  Marian Pavlik, cello

Robert Schumann:  Symphonic Etudes, Op. 13
Beatrice Rana, piano


Caryl Florio:  Quartette - Allegro de concert
Thomas Beveridge:  Ballet D'Amour, Réve d'Amour, Danse d'Amour
Washington Saxophone Quartet

Barbara Harbach:  Echoes from Tomorrow - Choices
Ensemble Istropolis

Gabriel Fauré:  Sonata in A Major, Op. 13
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin;  Anne-Marie McDermott, piano


Giovanni Gabrieli (arr. Harry Bulow):  Canzona a 4
Aaron Copland (arr. Paul Cohen):  Simple Gifts from Appalachian Spring
Washington Saxophone Quartet

Enrique Crespo:  Suite Americana No. 1
Atlantic Brass Quintet

Michael Nyman:  Songs for Tony
Samuel Barber (arr. J. van der Linden):  Adagio, Op. 11
Washington Saxophone Quartet

Alan Ferber:  Kopi Luwak
Atlantic Brass Quintet

Jeremy Dibb:  Provence
Chicago Trombone Consort

Bob Mintzer:  Saxophone Quartet No. 3
Washington Saxophone Quartet


J.-B. Singelée:  Premier Quatour, Op. 53 - Finale
Jean Absil:  Suite on Popular Romanian Themes, Op. 90
Washington Saxophone Quartet

Edward Smaldone:  Suite for Violin and Piano - Impromptu - Stephan's Dance
Daniel Phillips, violin;  Marey Ritt, piano

Alexander Weprik:  Three Folkdances, op. 13b
Atos Trio

Various Traditional Balkan Brass Band Music
Atlantic Brass Quintet

Pat Metheny (arr. R. Parrell):  In Her Family
Washington Saxophone Quartet


Dmitri Shostakovich (arr. Johannes C. Schott):  Jazz Suite No. 1
Atlantic Brass Quintet

George Fenton:  Five Parts of the Dance
Graham Ashton, trumpet;  John Lenehan, piano;  Gregory Knowles, marimba

Dmitri Shostakovich:  Trio No. 2 in E minor, op. 67
Atos Trio


Sergei Rachmaninoff:  Trio élégiaque in G minor
Atos Trio

David del Tredici:  Ballad in Yellow (after Lorca)
Steven Graff, piano

Sergei Prokofiev:  Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 80
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin;  Anne-Marie McDermott, piano