The Front Row, 01/05/2007

Today, piper Paddy Moloney, the leader of The Chieftains, talks about the traditional Irish music he and his mates have been playing for more than forty year and Houston Grand Opera Music Director Patrick Summers talks about the performance of Verdi's I Puritani that he'll conduct this weekend at the Metronpolitan Opera and which will be tele-cast into movie theaters nationwide . . .

Piper and Penny Whistler Paddy Maloney is the founder and leader of the traditional irish folk band, The Chieftons. Heξjoins KUHF's Bob Stevensonξin Studio 3-C for a demonstration.ξListenξ Downloadξ

Composer/Bassist Thomas Helton and pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcornξstop into the KUHF Performance Studio for a preview of the first of this season's Sunday Sonorities series at DiverseWorks.ξListenξ Downloadξ

TFR host Dean Dalton chats with HoustonξGrand Opera Music Director Patrick Summers about the performance of Verdi's I Puritani that he'll conduct atξNew York's Metropolitan Opera and which will be telecast into movie theaters nationwideξthis Saturday.ξListenξ Downloadξξ

KUHF's All Things Considered host Rod Rice sits down with crime novelist Carol O'Connell to talk about her latest book Find Me.ξξListenξ Downloadξ

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