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.

Franz Schubert:  Winterreise
"Einsamkeit" (Loneliness)
"Die Post" (The Post)
"Der greise Kopf" (The Grey Head)
"Die Krähe" (The Crow)
"Letzte Hoffnung" (Last Hope)
"Im Dorfe" (In the Village)
Ryan McKinny, bass-baritone;  Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

Ludwig van Beethoven:  String Quartet in E minor, Op. 59, No. 2
Brentano Quartet


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:  Quartet in G minor, K. 478
Paris Piano Trio; Bruno Pasquier, viola

Franz Schubert:  Winterreise
"Der stürmische Morgen" (The Stormy Morning)
"Täuschung" (Deception)
"Der Wegweiser" (The Signpost)
"Das Wirtshaus" (The Tavern)
"Mut" (Courage)
"Die Nebensonnen" (The False Suns)
"Der Leiermann" (The Organ Grinder)
Ryan McKinny, bass-baritone;  Kim Pensinger Witman, piano

Franz Schubert:  Trio in B-flat Major, D. 471
Chicago Chamber Musicians


Henriette Renié:  Légende
Emmanuel Ceysson, harp

Ludwig van Beethoven:  String Quartet in C-sharp minor, Op. 131
Brentano Quartet

The Center Stage from Wolf Trap season ends February 8. Discover Classical will broadcast Concerts from the Library of Congress on Sunday nights beginning February 15.