The Front Row, 06/28/2007

We have representatives of three of our nations most prestigeous music schools. Joel Smirnoff of the Julliard School, Roberto Diaz of the Curtis Institute and Marcus Karl Maroney of the Moores School of Music discuss the Saturday evening program of the Texas Music Festival Orchestra that they will all participate on . . .

Roberto Diaz has been a violist with several of the country's great orchestras and is now the President and CEO of the Curtis School of Music. Joel Smirnoff is the violinist of the Julliard Quartet who is also now a conductor. Marcus Karl Maroney is aξfaculty composer at theξUniversity of Houston's Moores School of Music. All of three of these distinguished musicians and pedagogues gatther inξthe KUHF Studio's to talk with TFRξhost Dean Dalton about this Saturday's concert byξthe Texas Music FestivalξOrchestra. ξListenξ Downloadξ

DavidξTrendell is the chapel organist at King's College in London. He stops into the KUHFξPerformance Studioξwith a vocal quartet from London's oldest church, Saint Bartholomew the Great. These musicians are in town for the fourth biennial Tudor Music Workshop presented by Chorus Angelorum at Our Lady of Walsingham Anglican Rite Catholic Church.ξξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

The Learning Channel's Paige Davisξplays the title character Charity HopeξValentine in the national tour of the revival of the musical-comedy Sweet Charity.ξTheatre Under the Stars presents performances at the Hobby Center through July 8th.ξ Listenξ Downloadξ



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