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NPR’s Performance Today airs Ensemble Caprice performance from EMG’s International Series.

September 25, 2009

Hear Ensemble Caprice on National Public Radio’s Performance Today!

On Friday, September 25th, Performance Today will broadcast Ensemble Caprice’s performance of Anonymous (18th Century): Balletti di Venezia from their concert at the Early Music Guild of Seattle on April 25th, 2009.

American Public Media’s Performance Today is broadcast on 245 public radio stations across the country and is heard by about 1.2 million people each week.  Each station individually decides what time to air the program.  To find out where and when Performance Today is broadcast in your area, please visit performancetoday.org. Today’s show will be available on their website for seven days.

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  1. Mary Ann Schwehr permalink
    December 24, 2010 1:10 PM

    This morning 12/24/10 you offered a free album to your listeners. Having had a couple of strokes, I’m now handicapped and find it difficult to use the computer. I listen to Performance Today daily from 3075 Ave. C #311, Billings, MT 59102. I have been listening to the program with Fred Child since 1980 when he played Mother Goose Suite for his listening family (baby) at home. At that time Iwas working for The Chicago Public Library. I still love classical musical music and listen daily (except Saturday) on 91.7 f m . I also watch programs on PBS channel 12. So when I say thank you from the bottom of my heart, please know how deeply I appreciate you Fred Child and your Performance Today! May God reward you! Have a Blessed Christmas and a Joyfilled New Year! May God bless you and your family!

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