The Front Row, Thursday, 03/05/2009

Choreographer, performer, writer and director, Joe Goode and his Performance Group present a suite of excerpts from their 1996 piece, Maverick Strain, and a brand-new work, Wonderboy, whose central character is portrayed by a puppet created by Basil Twist.ξ There's one show only, tomorrow evening at 8:00PM in the Cullen Theater of the Wortham Center.ξ Mr. Goode talks about the evening with KUHF's Bob Stevenson. Listen. Download.

Frank London is the trumpet and keyboard-player and one of the five founding members of the New-York-based Klezmer band, The Klezmatics.ξ He speaks withξKUHF's Bob Stevenson.ξ The Jewish Community Center of Houston brings its 2009 Jewish Music Festival to a high-energy close with a performance by the Klezmatics ...part of the group's twentieth-anniversary U-S tour, Noise Equals Life.ξ The concert is Sunday evening at 7:30PM at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Listen. Download.

KUHF's Meghan Hendley speaks with poet, Donna Garrett, and with choreographer-dancer, Sara Draper, the founder and Artistic Director of the contemporary dance company, Dancepatheatre.ξ Their collaborative program, Caution: Women at Work, is the center-piece of Dancepatheatre's International Women's Day Soir’©e, which also includes a wine reception, award presentation, dinner and a silent auction, and which takes place this Sunday, beginning at Seven-Thirty P-M, at the Barnevelder Movement/Arts Complex. Listen. Download.ξ

The Core Trio — sax-man Seth Paynter ... bassist Thomas Helton ... and drummer Richard Cholokian -- "deconstruct jazz classics," tomorrow night from 9:00PM to 1:00AM, at C’©zanne, the jazz club on the second floor above the Black Labrador Pub on Montrose Boulevard. They previewξtheir performancesξin KUHF's Studio 3-C.ξξListen. Download.
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