Online until midnight on Sunday-- so today's task is to review the performances and decide what I want to subscribe to. The Berlin Philharmonic on Saturday is giving Strauss's Metamorphoses, Shostakovich's Symphony no 9, and a work I'm entirely unfamiliar with (I suppose I've decided that that phrase reflects less badly on my ignorance than 'I've never heard of...') called Sabina, by Andrew Norman-- but I don't know that there is any other music I am going out of my way to hear this weekend; haven't looked at the World Concert Hall site yet this morning, though.
It appears to be an often played music of eight minutes-- for violin, or cello, or viola. Time for Prime.
I notice that there's a concert of the Warsaw Philharmonic later on, livestreamed on Polish Radio: Beethoven, Schubert, a bit of Brahms, and then Milosz Magin's Concerto no 3 for piano, string orchestra, and timpani, with which I'm absolutely unfamiliar: I don't believe I've seen the composer's name.
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