The Front Row, 11/29/2006

Today we focus on two different dance productions . . . a Houston performance of the most poular choral work of the 20th century . . . the creation of a new electronic score by an artist who normally expresses herself through means other thn composition of music . . . and a concert of solo vocal works by Johannes Brahms . . .

TFR host Dean Dalton talks with Houston Ballet Artistic Director Stanton Welch and Artistic Director Allen Hightower of theξHouston MasterworksξChorus about their collaboration of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana for theξthe upcoming Houston Ballet Jubilee of Dance. ξListenξ Downloadξ

Col Canto Artistic Director Tracy Rhodus, alongξmezzo-soprano Nancy Markeloff, tenor Jason Oby and violist Suzanne Lefevreξandξpianists Dace Gisclard and Shannon Hesse,ξgather in the KUHF Performance Studioξfor a preview of some of the music by Johannes Brahms they'll present on the upcoming program, Longing Fulfilled.ξξξListenξ Downloadξ

TFR Assistant Producer Catherine Lu talks with Artistic Director/Choreographer Jennifer Wood of Houston's Suchu Dance about her new piece I Love Mumoo Ba* (*not affiliated with Mumoo Ba). Listenξ Downloadξξ




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