The Front Row, Friday, 03/26/2010

New-York-based violist, Max Mandel and San Francisco Conservatory of Music faculty cellist, Jean-Michel Fonteneau, speak with KUHF's Chris Johnson.ξξ Mandel and Fonteneau join forces with another guest artist, Peabody Institute cellist-teacher, Michael Kannen, and four local string players, including Context Artistic Director, Sergiu Luca, to perform Sextets by Borodin, Martinu, Dvor’k and Richard Strauss.ξIt's the last of this season's Music in Context chamber-music concerts, Sunday afternoon at 4:00PM ξin Duncan Recital Hall at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music.ξ Listen Download

The Apollo Chamber Players present Musica con Sabor — Songs of the Americas, dance-inspired pieces from Venezuela and Argentina, tomorrow evening at 7:00PM at Bethany Christian Church. They play excerpts from their program for St. john Flynn in KUHF's Geary Performance Studio.ξ Listen Download

Composer-pianist-conductor Marvin Hamlisch and entertainer Joel Grey perform songs and tell stories From Broadway to Hollywood in a special concert program — with orchestra — to be presented by Society for the Performing Arts, one show only, tomorrow night atξ8:00PM in downtown Houston's Jones Hall.ξ They both chat with Bob Stevenson about their program together.ξξListen Download
*Extended Interview w/Joel Grey*
*Extended Interview w/Marvin Hamlisch*
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