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Fall 2018:  Shostakovich Part 2

In our Thirteenth season we continue the deep dive into the life of Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975). His controversy and his brilliance. His cowardice and his heroism. His capitulation and his rebellion.

Dmitri Shostakovich was one of the 20th century’s most gifted composers, but he lived in constant fear of the totalitarian Soviet regime. Was he a rebel, a soviet sympathizer or just a musical genius trying to survive? Join us for some insight into this controversial composer.

 

The Alexander String Quartet and Dr. Robert Greenberg examine the String Quartet in a time of War - featuring the music of Benjamin Britten and his contemporaries.  Hosted by David Latulippe.  Mondays at 9pm.

Robert Greenberg and the Alexander String Quartet investigate the colorful and tragic life of one of the most prolific composers in the history of western Music, Franz Schubert in this latest KALW collaboration with San Francisco Performances.   David Latulippe is your host.   Concludes Monday 5/27 at 9pm.