It’s A Bach-analia! Celebrate The Waning Days Of Bach-tober With WSKG

Enjoy a ‘Bach’s Lunch’ Weekdays at Noon, Saturdays at 1:00 pm on WSKG Radio Friday (Bach-Busters), Bachtober 27: Johannes Brahms: Two Motets for Mixed Chorus, Op.74: Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen — 12:56, O Heiland, reiß die Himmel auf — 6:48, Janos Ferencsik, cond.; Slovak Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Hungaroton 12475 Saturday (Sam’s Music Bachs), Bachtober 28th, Selections from Mozart’s arrangements for string trio of some Preludes and Fugues of JSB interwoven with some of PDQ Bach’s preludes and fugues for keyboard (performed by From the Top’s very own Christopher O’Riley). Monday, Bachtober 30: JS Bach: Cantata 208: The Merry Hunt is all I Enjoy — 31:33, Matyas Antal, cond.; Hungarian Radio soloists and Chorus; Failoni Chamber Orchestra, Naxos 550643 Tuesday, Bactober 31: PDQ Bach: The Short Tempered Clavier: Preludes and Fugues in all the Major and Minor Keys Except for the Really Hard Ones (S. easy as 3.14159265) — Christopher O’Riley, piano   AND, PDQ Bach: Oedipus Tex — 28:26, Pamela South, soprano; Dana Krueger, mezzo; Frank Kelley, tenor; Peter Schickele, bass; Newton Wayland, cond.; Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic; Okay Chorale, Telarc 80239  

It’s A Bach-analia! Celebrate The Waning Days Of Bach-tober With WSKG

Enjoy a ‘Bach’s Lunch’ Weekdays at Noon, Saturdays at 1:00 pm on WSKG Radio Friday (Bach-Busters), Bachtober 27: Johannes Brahms: Two Motets for Mixed Chorus, Op.74: Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen — 12:56, O Heiland, reiß die Himmel auf — 6:48, Janos Ferencsik, cond.; Slovak Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, Hungaroton 12475 Saturday (Sam’s Music Bachs), Bachtober 28th, Selections from Mozart’s arrangements for string trio of some Preludes and Fugues of JSB interwoven with some of PDQ Bach’s preludes and fugues for keyboard (performed by From the Top’s very own Christopher O’Riley). Monday, Bachtober 30: JS Bach: Cantata 208: The Merry Hunt is all I Enjoy — 31:33, Matyas Antal, cond.; Hungarian Radio soloists and Chorus; Failoni Chamber Orchestra, Naxos 550643 Tuesday, Bactober 31: PDQ Bach: The Short Tempered Clavier: Preludes and Fugues in all the Major and Minor Keys Except for the Really Hard Ones (S. easy as 3.14159265) — Christopher O’Riley, piano   AND, PDQ Bach: Oedipus Tex — 28:26, Pamela South, soprano; Dana Krueger, mezzo; Frank Kelley, tenor; Peter Schickele, bass; Newton Wayland, cond.; Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic; Okay Chorale, Telarc 80239  

Olga Krayterman

WSKG and the Classical Pianists of the Future proudly present an Expressions recital featuring Olga Krayterman. Olga is a Belarussian-born American pianist and an accomplished performer of solo and chamber repertoire. In addition to garnering the 2013 Young Artist Prize of the National Federation of Music Clubs, she has also been awarded first prizes at the Concours International de Piano du Moulin d’Andé in France, the Stravinsky Competition, the Southeastern Piano Festival in South Carolina, and a prize at the Thousand Island International Piano Competition. Having begun her piano study in her native Belarus, Olga continued her musical education in Cincinnati after immigrating to the U.S. with her family in 1995. Olga has earned her Doctorate in Piano Performance and Literature with a Minor in Music Theory at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, where she also completed her Master’s and her Bachelor’s with High Distinction.