The Front Row, Wednesday, 3/18/2009

Ukrainian-born conductor Kirill Karabits [photo by Yuri Shkoda] makes his North American directorial debut with the Houston Symphony.ξ KUHF's Dean Dalton chats with the maestro, and the Symphony's new principal bassoonist Rian Craypo & principal clarinetist David Peck play excerpts from Richard Strauss' Duet-Concertino, featured on the concert program.ξ Listenξ Download

Colorado-based dancer Michelle Ellsworth sits down with KUHF's Catherine Lu to talk about the existence and demise of a common, everday object, as depicted in her new work, The Objectification of Things, co-commissioned by DiverseWorks.ξ Listenξ Download

Divergence Vocal Theatre Artistic Director Misha Penton, mezzo-soprano Shelley Auer, violinist Turner Partain & Austin-based poet Jill Alexander Essbaum perform for us and speak with host St.John Flynn.ξ Together, they preview DVT's The 10th Muse, a fusion of French opera, contemporary dance and original text.ξ Listenξ Download
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