The Front Row, 03/27/2007

Discussion of chamber music in Houston abounds on this edition of the program. The Greenbriar Consortium presents a world premiere by Mary Carol Warwick/ Additionally, there is a performance of a chamber-version of the Symphony No.4 by Gustav Mahler that is being performed by facuty artists at the Moores School of Music. . .

Theξnext ChanningξConcertξfeatures the Greenbriar Consoritumξand on the program is a world premiere work for viola by Mary Carol Wawick.ξViolist Dan Strba joins Ms. Warwick and oboist Anne Leek for a discussion with KUHF's Catherine Lu. ξListenξ Downloadξ

Faculty Artists from the Moores School of Music present a performance of the rarely heardξchamber version of the Symphony No.4 by Gustav Mahler. Oboist Robin Hough organized theξperformance and talks about itξwith TFR hostξDean Dalton.ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

TFR Producer Bob Stevenson talks with Lucian Simmons, Senior Vice President and Worldwide Head of Restitution Services forξSotheby's New York. The discussed ideasξrelated to a private talk Simmons recently gave in Houston called Art and War: Provenance and Restitution in the Art Market.ξξListenξ Downloadξξξ


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