CapRadio Presents The Stockton Symphony In Concert: Celebrating Beethoven and Brubeck, Sibelius, Castro and Suppé – Broadcast at 6 p.m. on Friday May 22 and May 29

CapRadio Music | NPRAs musicians and music lovers in our region yearn to return to the concert hall, CapRadio is teaming up with the Stockton Symphony to bring the concert hall experience home to you with highlights from the symphony’s 2019/20 season.

Click here to access the CapRadio landing page to listen to this concert when it airs.  The replay will be available there for 30 days afterwards.

The programs will air at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 22 and Friday, May 29. Here’s how to listen:

📻On the radio at 88.9 Sacramento, 91.7 Groveland/Sonora, 88.7 Sutter

💻Streaming at player.capradio.org

📱On the CapRadio app. Download for Apple or Google.

🔊On your smart speaker. Click here to learn how.

No one knows just when we’ll be able to meet again in the concert halls to enjoy live performances by the outstanding musicians of our region, along with exciting visiting artists. In the meantime, CapRadio and the Stockton Symphony are teaming up to bring the concert hall experience home to you. We’ve assembled highlights from the symphony’s (virus-shortened) 2019/20 season and produced two concert specials which will air Friday May 22nd and Friday, May 29th at 6 p.m.

Our first program features:

  • Chris Brubeck’s Time Out Suite, an orchestral medley of tunes from his father Dave’s groundbreaking 1959 album Time Out.
  • Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 “Emperor” with guest soloist Rodolfo Leone

Along with the performances which were recorded live in Atherton Auditorium we’ll hear comments from Rodolfo Leone, Chris Brubeck, and Peter Jaffe in this program. After the May 22nd broadcast, the audio of this program will be available for on-demand streaming for 30 days through June 21st.

The second program features:

Brilliant violin virtuoso Bella Hristova gives a passionate performance of Sebelius’ only concerto, the Stockton Symphony revels in a colorful fanfare by young Venezuelan-Spanish composer Giancarlo Castro and then goes galloping with Franz von Suppé.