Nebraska Concerts

Sunday, March 26, at 1 p.m. Central on Nebraska Concerts:

No matter what your fancy, you're sure to find something you like on Nebraska Concerts this week. The Nebraska Chamber Players will be playing musical chairs. There's music for winds -- Anton Reicha's Wind Quintet; music for strings and piano -- Gabriel Faure's Piano Quartet; and music for clarinet and strings by Mozart. To celebrate Women's History Month, we'll also hear a performance of Libby Larsen's Four on the Floor for violin, cello, double bass and piano.

In March Nebraska Concerts features these new programs:

3/5 – Omaha Symphony, “Northern Lights Festival, Part One,” Thomas Wilkins, conductor, and Andrew Tyson, piano (from 1/23 & 24/15)

3/12 - Omaha Symphony, “Northern Lights Festival, Part Two,” Thomas Wilkins, conductor, and Bella Hristova, violin (from1/24/15); and, Nebraska Trumpet Ensemble “In Recital” (from 5/1/16)

3/19 – Paul Barnes, “The New Etudes of Philip Glass and Music of the Next Generation” (from 3/2/16); and, UNL Wind Ensemble, “Common Threads, Part One” (from 2/25/16)

3/26 – Nebraska Chamber Players with Ed Polochick and Diane Barger, “Live Broadcast Concert” (from 5/1/16); and, UNL Wind Ensemble, “Common Threads, Part Two” (from 2/25/16)

This weekly program airs Sundays at 1 p.m. Central on all stations of the NET Radio network.  It is produced and edited by Dave Hughes. Robert Goldberg is the scriptwriter and host.  Most of the concerts are recorded by James Duchesneau and Jeff Smith.  UNL Glenn Korff School of Music recordings are courtesy of Jeffrey O'Brien.  Nebraska Brass, Nebraska Jazz Orchestra, and Nebraska Trumpet Ensemble are recorded by Tony Hillhouse and are courtesy of Arts Incorporated.  Omaha Symphony concerts are recorded by Clete Baker of Studio B for Classical 90.7 KVNO.

Nebraska Concerts programs are not available for purchase, or as a podcast. You may stream the show online, and you may also search playlists from past shows.