The Front Row

The Front Row, Wednesday, 10/28/2009

Howard Goodall, one of Britain's top composers of film, television and choral music, speaks to us from London about his piecce, Eternal Light: A Requiem, which will have its U.S. Premiere in a performance this Sunday by the Chancel Choir of Houston's Saint Luke's United Methodist Church, under the leadership of its director, Sid Davis, who also joins us…

Sid Davis is Director of Music and Fine Arts at Houston’s Saint Luke’s United Methodist Church. He conducts the Saint Luke’s Chancel Choir and Early-Music Ensemble in the U-S Première of Eternal Light: A Requiem, by British composer, Howard Goodall this Sunday at 7:30 PM in the Sanctuary at Saint Luke’s on Westheimer at Edloe. Admission is free. Davis and Goodall chat with KUHF’s St. John Flynn. Listen Download

Dr. Brian Herrington, faculty composer at Sam Houston State University, directs the school’s contemporary-music ensemble, Intersection in its debut Houston concert, Invention and the Aftermath. This program of commissioned, World Première works by emerging young American and International composers, takes place this evening at 7:30PM in the Moores Opera House. Herrington chats about the ensemble and their program in Houston with KUHF’s Chris Johnson. Listen Download

Uruguayan-American writer, Carolina de Robertis, reads excerpts from and autographs copies of her debut novel, The Invisible Mountain, this evening at 7:00PM at the Blue Willow Bookshop. Robertis talks about the book with KUHF’s Catherine Lu. Listen Download Extended Interview