Marc Scorca is President and C-E-O of Opera America, the trade organization that serves the opera industry in the United States; Anthony Freud is Chairman of Opera America's Board of Directors, and General Director of Houston Grand Opera, the institution that is hosting this year's Opera Conference, titled Making Opera Matter.Î¾Scorca and Freud discuss the conference with TFR host St. John Flynn. Listen. Download.
In a conversation hosted by KUHF's Dean Dalton,Î¾soprano soloist Heidi Grant Murphy, baritone Thomas Meglioranza and guest conductor, Leonard Slatkin,Î¾andÎ¾composer Roberto SierraÎ¾discuss the Texas premiåre of the Latin Mass for Peace, the Missa Latina.Î¾There areÎ¾3 performances of the work by the Houston Symphony this weekend at Jones Hall in downtown Houston: tomorrow evening and Saturday night atÎ¾8:00PM and Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Listen. Download.
Dancer-choreographer Dominic Walsh speaks with Houston Public Radio's Catherine Lu about the Texas premiåre of his newest work, The Trilogy: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — to be performed by his own company and by the Sarasota Ballet of Florida — in performances tomorrow night, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM in Zilkha Hall at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. Listen. Download.
In a portion of their interview that did not make it onto the radio today, Dominc Walsh talks with Catherine Lu about the sets and costumes for The Trilogy. Listen. Download.
KUHF's Chris Johnson speaks with Laura Yosowitz, who, through her non-profit organization, Arts With An Impact, is the producer of The Gold, a new musical-theater piece with music and story by her father, Bayou City plastic surgeon, Philip Yosowitz.Î¾In remembrance of the Holocaust, Arts with an Impact and Rice University's Boniuk Center for Religious Tolerance present the world's first complete, fully-staged performances of The Gold, this Friday and Saturday night atÎ¾8:00PM at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park. Listen. Download.