The Front Row, Tuesday, 12/08/2009

The Houston Friends of Music present — for the first time on their concert series — the Boston Camerata and the ensemble's new Holiday program, A Mediterranean Christmas.ξPerformance time isξ8:00PM tonight in Stude Concert Hall at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music. Director Emeritus Joel Cohen chats with Bob Stevenson about the program. Listen Download

Rachel Willis-Serensen, Michael Sumuel, Brendan Tuohy, and Nathaniel Peake and four more of the rising young stars from the Houston Grand Opera Studio perform arias and scenes from operas by Handel, Puccini, Berg, Mozart, Donizetti, Floyd and Verdi on the next H-G-O Studio Showcase. It's Friday and Saturday evening atξ7:30 at the Jones Hall located on the campus of the University of Saint Thomas in Houston's Montrose District. Tickets will be available at the door. KUHF's St. John Flynn hosts a preview session in the Geary Performance Studio. Listen Download

Houston's United Nations Association International Choir, under the direction of its new Interim Conductor, Eric P. Esparza, presents itsξ10th annual holiday concert, Songs of the Night.ξThe lone performance is Saturday evening atξ7:00PM at Saint Paul's United Church on Fannin Street in the Houston Museum District.ξKUHF's Catherine Lu hosts aw preview session in anticipation of the upcoming concert in the Geary Performance Studio. Listen Download

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