NET Festival

NET Festival is an anthology series that features performing arts contant. The episodes come from many producers, and some aired as individual programs before airing on NET Festival.

Episodes

  • About the White Bus, broadcast on 1970-08-25, produced by Dateline Productions Limited.
  • Act Now, broadcast on 1969-10-28, produced by KQED.
  • An Hour with Joan Sutherland, broadcast on 1965-10-29, produced by NET at WGBH.
  • Anna Karenina
  • Apollo and Igor Stravinsky, broadcast on 1968-10-13, produced by National Film Board of Canada and Studio Hamburg, Germany.
  • Bartok at Tanglewood, broadcast on 1969-04-15, produced by WGBH and NET.
  • Beethoven the Emperor, broadcast on 1970-09-22, produced by WGBH.
  • The Biber Sonata, broadcast in 1965, produced by Telepool-Munich.
  • Bluebeard's Castle, broadcast on 1968-08-11, produced by British Home Entertainment.
  • Boston Pops
  • Boston Pops III , broadcast on 1968-03-17, produced by WGBH.
  • Boston Symphony at Tanglewood, broadcast in 1968, produced by WGBH.
  • Carl Sandburg Remembered, broadcast on 1968-07-21, produced by NET.
  • Carlos Chavez, broadcast on 1968-03-10, produced by NET by KQED.
  • Carmina Burana, broadcast on 1968-07-28, produced by NET.
  • Charles Ives: Symphony No. 4, broadcast on 1965-12-17, produced by .
  • Chicago Double Bill, broadcast in 1968, produced by WTTW.
  • Chicago Picasso: Greatness in the Making, broadcast on 1967-12-17, produced by NET.
  • Chopin: A Question of Stature, broadcast in 1968, produced by BBC.
  • Coppelia, broadcast on 1969-11-25, produced by BBC.
  • Cranko's Castle, broadcast on 1969-06-03, produced by BBC.
  • Dance Theatre of Jose Limon, broadcast on 1965-01-21, produced by WGBH.
  • Don Giovanni, broadcast on 1966-02-04, produced by Harmomy Films Ltd..
  • Double Concerto, broadcast on 1968-01-28, produced by BBC.
  • Duke Ellington at the Cote D'Azur
  • Duke Ellington: A Concert of Sacred Music, broadcast on 1967-06-16, produced by KQED.
  • Duke Ellington: Love You Madly, broadcast on 1967-06-11, produced by KQED.
  • Dylan Thomas: The World I Breathe, broadcast on 1968-10-20, produced by NET.
  • Elizabeth Schwarzkopf
  • Encore Paris, broadcast on 1969-09-16, produced by Frederic Rossif.
  • Eroica, broadcast on 1968-08-18, produced by WCET.
  • Eternal Tramp: Charlie Chaplin, broadcast on 1969-09-23, produced by Harry Hurwitz.
  • Eugene Onegin
  • The Fanatics, broadcast on 1968-11-24, produced by Granada TV.
  • Fes and the Koran
  • Festival Dubrovnik
  • Festival Orchestra of New York, broadcast on 1965-10-01, produced by NET.
  • Fischer-Dieskau Recital
  • Five Faces of Jazz: Newport 1967
  • George Cukor, broadcast on 1970-08-18, produced by Darry Moore Productions.
  • George Szell: One Man's Triumph, broadcast on 1970-09-29, produced by Henry Jaffe Enterprises.
  • Ghost Sonata, broadcast on 1965-11-26, produced by BBC.
  • Ghosts, broadcast on 1966-07-01, produced by BBC.
  • Glyndebourne Journal 1967, broadcast on 1967-12-03, produced by NET by Filmline Ltd..
  • Hamlet Revisited
  • History of Frivolity, broadcast on 1969-09-09, produced by Television Espanola.
  • Igor Stravinsky, broadcast on 1966-02-18, produced by National Film Board of Canada and WGBH.
  • In Memorium: Coleman Hawkins, broadcast on 1969-07-08, produced by WTTW.
  • In Search of Rembrandt, broadcast in 1969, produced by NET.
  • In the Name of Allah, broadcast in 1970, produced by NET-BBC-Bavarian TV.
  • Intolleranza, broadcast on 1966-03-11, produced by WGBH.
  • Is Somebody There?, broadcast on 1970-01-06, produced by WITF.
  • The Julliard Quartet, broadcast in 1965, produced by WNDT.
  • June 1968: A Summer of Music
  • Laudes Evangelli, broadcast on 1968-04-07, produced by Rediffusion Television.
  • Leinsdorf Recreates, broadcast on 1968-02-11, produced by WGBH.
  • The Life and Times of John Huston, broadcast on 1967-02-21, produced by Allan King Associates.
  • Lincoln Center Day
  • Lizzie Borden, broadcast on 1967-01-22, produced by WGBH.
  • The Man Shakespeare, broadcast on 1964-04-17, produced by BBC.
  • Margaret Mead's New Guinea Journal, broadcast on 1968-11-17, produced by NET Division, Educational Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Mason Williams: A Gift of Song, broadcast on 1970-05-12, produced by Creative Film Associates.
  • The Master of Santiago, broadcast on 1965-12-31, produced by BBC.
  • Merely Players, broadcast on 1968-03-03, produced by WGBH.
  • Messiah, broadcast on 1964-12-25, produced by WGBH.
  • Mikado, broadcast on 1963-12-03, produced by BBC.
  • Mozart Concertos: Lili Kraus, broadcast on 1967-01-21, produced by WNDT/NET.
  • Music Makers of Blue Ridge, broadcast on 1966-07-08, produced by NET.
  • Music on the River, broadcast on 1962-09-14, produced by Nathan Kroll.
  • A Musical Visit to Prague, broadcast on 1968-10-27, produced by NET.
  • My Heart's in the Highland, broadcast on 1970-03-17, produced by WGBH.
  • NET Present NY Festival Orchestra
  • Newport Jazz Festival 1967
  • Nina Simone: The Sound of Soul
  • The Old Glory: Benito Cereno, broadcast in 1965, produced by NET.
  • Olympiad. Part 1, broadcast in 1968, produced by NET.
  • Olympiad. Part 2, broadcast in 1968, produced by NET.
  • Olympiad. Part 3, broadcast in 1968, produced by NET.
  • Olympiad. Part 4, broadcast in 1968, produced by NET.
  • Orfeo
  • The Play of Daniel
  • Rise and Fall of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, broadcast in 1969, produced by BBC.
  • Rite of Spring, broadcast in 1968, produced by KCET.
  • The Rivals, broadcast in 1965, produced by BBC.
  • School for Scandal
  • Sibelius 1865-1995
  • Sibelius: A Symphony of Finland
  • Speak Out on Drugs, broadcast in 1969, produced by WGBH.
  • The Tenth Annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Part 1, broadcast on 1968-05-19, produced by KQED.
  • The Tenth Annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Part 2, broadcast on 1968-05-26, produced by KQED.
  • The Tenth Annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Part 3, broadcast on 1968-06-02, produced by KQED.
  • The Tenth Annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Part 4, broadcast on 1968-06-09, produced by KQED.
  • Three by Martha Graham
  • Train to Calcutta
  • Ustinov on the Ustinovs, broadcast in 1967, produced by BBC.
  • Venice 34
  • White House Red Carpet with Julia Child, broadcast in 1968, produced by WGBH.
  • Why Save Florence
  • Will the Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up, broadcast in 1968, produced by NET.
  • A Winter's Tale
  • The World of Carl Sandburg, broadcast in 1967, produced by Nathan Kroll.
  • The World of James Buswell
  • The World of William Blake
  • Wuthering Heights, broadcast in 1965, produced by BBC.
  • Yale Drama in Rehearsal: Trio for the Living