The Front Row, Monday, 11/30/2009

KUHF's Meghan Hendley speaks with Director Joshua Estrada and Associate Artistic Director, Steven Fenley, who plays Kris Kringle, the Macy's department-store Santa who may, in fact, be The Real Thing ... in the Texas Repertory Theatre Company's world-premi’åre stage adaptation of the holiday movie classic, Miracle onξ34th Street.ξListen Downloadξ Extended Interview

Thomas Jaber
, Director of Choral Ensembles at the Shepherd School of Music, conducts the Rice Chorale, Shepherd School alumnus, organist Joseph Causby, graduate-student harpist, Sadie Turner and the Chancel Handbell Ensemble of Chapelwood United Methodist Church in Rice University's official holiday concert, A Christmas Chorale.ξThere are two performancesξtonight and tomorrow evening atξ8:00PM in the Shepherd School's Edythe Bates Old Organ Recital Hall.ξAdmission is free, and the limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.ξJaber shares some of his thoughts, as well as some of the music to be heard on his concert, with KUHF's St. John Flynn. Listen Download

At the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, KUHF's Catherine Lu speaks with nationally-recognized textile artist, Tim Harding, the juror for the Texas Federation of Fiber Artists' invitational exhibition, Celebrating Our Creative Spirit.ξThat show of ninety fiber and textile pieces created by crafts-people who live and work in the Lone Star State is on view through Christmas Eve at the HCCC. Listen Download

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