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András Schiff takes late sonatas by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert to Carnegie Hall. AJ Wilhelm/for NPR hide caption

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Harry Christophers leads the Handel and Haydn Society, now celebrating its bicentennial. James Doyle/Handel and Haydn Society hide caption

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A Bicentennial For Boston's Handel And Haydn Society

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The ballad opera 'Flora': from early 18th-century England to 21st-century Charleston. William Struhs/courtesy of Spoleto USA hide caption

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'Flora' — An 18th-Century British Invasion

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Kent Nagano leads the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in an ambitious program that traces the arc of the symphonic tradition. Felix Broede/Montreal Symphony Orchestra hide caption

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The Tokyo Quartet untangles Beethoven's complex Grosse Fuge at WQXR's Greene Space. Pete Checchia/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Chamber Music In The Greene Space: The Tokyo String Quartet

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Conductor Simon Rattle has a special affinity for Haydn and his music. Peter Adamik hide caption

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Peter Adamik

Symphony No. 89 in F major ("Letter W"), H. 1/89 [3. Menuetto: Allegretto - Trio]

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Violinist Livia Sohn, pianist Inon Barnatan, cellist Alisa Weilerstein and violist Barry Shiffman (not pictured) dig into the the Gypsy-influenced Piano Quartet, Op. 25 by Brahms on June 11 at the Spoleto Festival USA in Charlestown, S.C. William Struhs hide caption

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William Struhs

Band Of Gypsies: Haydn And Brahms At Spoleto Festival

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Haydn's 'Orlando Paladino' on World of Opera

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Haydn: Classical Music's Cheerful Servant

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