The Front Row, 01/02/2007

We begin our 4th year of the Front Row with the first in a three-part series of interviews with digital music specialist Joe McKesson. He talks with KUHF's Chris Johnson about how the digital revolution is affecting classical music, those who create it, and those who consume it . . .

'Cellist Barret Sillsξjoins the Music Director Michael Lowe and the Houston Chamber Orchestra for a performanceξof the 'Cello Concerto inξB-Flat, G.482 by Luigi Boccherini.ξξListenξ Downloadξ

Joe Mckesson isξa former opera singer, a musicologist and a digital music programer who, after working on the orignal iTunes team, is currently a digital music programer for MTV'sξURGE digital music store and a consultant for MusicξGiants. He talks withξKUHF's Chris Johnson about the digital revolution and how it's affecting classical music in Part 1 ofξa series on what McKesson calls the "Digital Music Renaissance".ξξ Listenξ Downloadξ
*Download Parts 1 - 3 of Opera Joe's interview*

KUHF's Meghan Hendley goes to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston andξtakes a look at the exhibition Where Rivers Join the Sea: Photographs by Robert Adams and Marcos Zimmermann with curatorial assistant Marisa C. Sanchez.ξξListenξ Downloadξξ


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