Houston Symphony Musicians Play Brahms for St. Cecilia Friends

KUHF's The Front Row Performance of the Week Podcast offers Brahms as played by pianist Rodney Waters and musicians from the Houston Symphony on a program for the St. Cecilia Friends of Music. . .


Currently in it's 4th season, the St. Cecilia Friends of Music was established in 2003 with a mission of presenting a series of chamber music concerts by local artists to the greater Houston community. The series has featured many of Houston's finest musicians including artists from the faculties of Rice University and the University of Houston , the Houston Symphony Orchestra, the Houston Grand Opera and Ballet Orchestras, as well as many outstanding local freelance artists.ξ All concerts are performed at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, located in the heart of the Museum Area.ξThe concerts are presented in an informal atmosphere with complimentary refreshments served at intermission.ξThe St. Cecilia Friendsξalso value the importance of education and offer student concerts, master classes and other concerts of special interest.

For the program on February 8th the program featured music for Piano and Strings by Brahms and Beethoven and was offered by pianist Rodney Waters along with violinist Sophia Silivos, violist Wayne Brooks and 'Cellist Kevin Dvorak.

This week's The Front Row Performance of the Week Podcast features an excerpt from that concert recorded by KUHF's Shannon Smith. Subscribe to KUHF's latest on-line offering for a weekly dose of music captured in live performance in and around the Houston area.

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