The Front Row

The Front Row, Friday, 4/25/2008

Public radio's Bill McGlaughlin joins us on the program today while he is in town for an appearance with the Houston Chamber Choir this weekend. He and Director Robert Simpson chat with KUHFs' St. John Flynn about the lost work by Vivaldi that will be featured on this weekend's program…

Exploring Music host Bill McGlaughlin, Houston Chamber Choir Director Robert Simpson and TFR host St. John Flynn discuss Vivaldi’s “Lost Treasure”. It’s a recently discovered third setting of the Dixit Dominus and will be presented in concerts this weekend.  Listen.  Download.

Ronald K. Brown of Evidence: A Dance Company and Deborah Willis, professor of photography at New York University, talk with KUHF’s St. John Flynn about the exhibit Charles “Teenie” Harris: Rhapsody in Black and White. It’s on view at the University of Houston’s Blaffer Gallery starting May 10th.  Listen.  Download.

Queen Quet of South Carolina’s Gullah Geechee Nation talks with TFR Producer Bob Stevenson about the history of her people and the storytelling and singing that she will present at this weekend’s Houston International Festival.  Listen.  Download.

Carol Sauvion is the creator of the exhibition Craft in America: Expanding Tradition. It’s on view at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft through May 4th.  Listen.  Download.