The Front Row, 05/11/2006

Leader Barry Douglass of the violin consort The King's Noyse stopped by to talk about and share some of the music they'll offer on tomorrow's program for Houston Early Music. . .

The King's Noyse is joined by baritone Summer Thompson for program of 16th and 17th Century German Dance tunes, instrumental pieces and seasonal songs tomorrow night at 8:00 in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church, 5501 Main St. More information is at http://www.houstonearlymusic.org/. Audio here.ξ

Clarinetist Richard Nunemaker, Violinist Ferenc Illenyi, Pianist Christine Schaffer and Composer/Pianist Paul English all stopped by the KUHF Performance Studio to give the broadcast premiere of a new work by Mr. English. Able to Bark is meant as a companion piece to Bartok's Contrasts and both works can be heard in a recital tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the Performing Arts Center on the Town and Country Campus of Houston Community College Northwest. Tickets are available at the door. ξAudio here.ξ

Finally, author Elaine Viets stopped in to talk about her latest "Dead-End-Job Mystery". Murder Uneashed is published by New American Library and Ms. Viets will read from and sign copies of her book this evening at 6:30 at Housotn's Murder by the Book, 2342 Bissonnet. More informationξis at http://www.murderbooks.com/.ξξAudio here.ξ

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