Here are program highlights for the next seven days on Yellowstone Public Radio (KEMC-FM, 91.7 in Billings).
• Today, 2 p.m. - Three jazz "dynamic duos" play music from Joe Venuti, Spencer Williams, and the 1920s, live from The Landing in New Orleans on "Riverwalk Jazz."
• Saturday, 1 p.m. - Authentic country music on Broadway is sampled from shows between 1934 and the present on "Broadway Revisited."
• Sunday, 7 p.m. - In the 126th role of his career, tenor Placido Domingo heads a stellar cast in the Washington National Opera production of Handel's "Tamerlano" on "NPR World of Opera."
• Monday,11 a.m. - Widely regarded as one of the most talented virtuoso pianists performing today, Yefim Bronfman solos with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No. 3.
• Tuesday, 2 p.m. - Jamaican- born pianist Monty Alexander pays tribute to his West Indian heritage with a concert of calypsos, mentos and island-influenced improvisations on "Jazz at Lincoln Center."
• Wednesday, 8 p.m. - Renowned early music specialist and conductor Harry Bicket leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and two CSO soloists in Vivaldi's Piccolo Concerto in C and Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons."
• Thursday, 8 p.m. - Singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt, who wrote a song for the film "A Series of Unfortunate Events," talks with author Daniel "Lemony Snicket" Handler on "City Arts and Lectures."