The Front Row, Friday, 02/26/2010

Much-in-demand tenor, Jason Oby, is Professor of Music at Texas Southern University; he speaks with KUHF's Catherine Lu.ξThe Houston Ebony Opera Guild presents the 2010 edition of its annual Grand Finale to the city's celebration of Black History Month: the African-American Music Gala ... this year, The Best of Houston Ebony Opera Guild: A Concert of Favorites.ξThere are two performances at Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.ξ Listen Download

Jimmy Phillips stage-directed Theater LaB Houston's regional premi’åre production of Brad Fraser's comedy about the secrets we keep and the deceptions we practice, True Love Lies.ξActors Mary Hooper and Jonathan McVay portray Carolyn, the wife and mother, and David, her husband's former male lover, respectively. They speak with KUHF's Chris Johnson.ξ Listen Downloadξ Extended Interview

African artist El Anatsui and Lisa Binder, Assistant Curator of the Museum for African Art in Long Island City, New York, showed KUHF's Meghan Hendley Mister Anatsui's new site-specific installation, Gli — or Wall; it's on display through March 14th in the Rice Gallery on the ground floor of Sewall Hall on the Rice University Campus.ξAdmission is free.ξ Listen Downloadξ Extended Interview

Donald Harrison is the Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Film Festival; he speaksξ with our producer, Bob Stevenson.ξThis evening atξ7:00PM at the Freneticore Theater on Navigation Boulevard, the Aurora Picture Show will present Shadowbox Cinema, a program of "undiscovered gems" — worthwhile short independent films and videos submitted to, but not screened at last year's Ann Arbor Festival.ξ Listen Downloadξ Extended Interview
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