Nebraska Concerts

Sunday afternoon, November 29, on Nebraska Concerts:

A concert that puts our most visceral feelings to music.  The Omaha Symphony Orchestra titled their concert “Out of Control: Madness, Passion and Obsession” and programmed music for that theme like the Barber Adagio and Medea Suite, and the work that made everybody afraid of taking a shower for decades—the score to Hitchcock’s Psycho by Bernard Hermann.

Also, we’ll hear the University Singers from UNL’s Glenn Korff School of Music with a more soothing program titled “Songs for a Better World: Music from Around the Globe”.  There are nine selections on the program, spanning almost 500 years and all seven continents.

Enjoy Nebraska Concerts this week and every Sunday afternoon from 1-3 p.m. Central.


11/1 – Omaha Symphony/Moran Woodwind Quintet

11/8 – Pianist Mark Clinton/Nebraska Brass

11/15 – University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club, from an Abendmusik at First Plymouth concert

11/22 – Double bassist Francois Rabbath, from a Meadowlark Music Festival concert

11/29 – Omaha Symphony and the University Singers.


12/06 – Abendmusik’s Chamber Choir, Soloists, and Orchestra perform Handel’s “Messiah” & Bach’s “Magnificat” from a 2014 Abendmusik at First Plymouth concert

12/13 – Nebraska Brass and Dulces Voces holiday programs from 2014

12/20 – “Tidings of Comfort and Joy,” from an Abendmusik at First Plymouth concert from 2014

12/27 – Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra performance of “Deck the Halls” from 2015

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 and Nebraska Jazz Orchestra 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.