The Front Row, 08/15/2007

Today we continue to pave the way to the upcoming open-house events in Houston's Theater and Museum Districts. We learn about two ground-breaking and rarely-seen fountains on display at the Menil Collection. And, Gene Bartholomew stops in to talk about the hit musicals that the Broadway in Houston series has planned for next season . . .

Members of the Julliard Quartet perform an excerpt from a String Quartet by Bela Bartok. The recording was made by KUHF at the Menil Collection during a concert presented by Da Camera of Houston during the Julliard's 60th anniversary performances in Houston.ξ Listenξ Download

Assistant Curator Michelle White talks with TFR Producer Bob Stevensonξabout the fountains and machine-sculptures by Swiss artist Jean Tinguely. The Menil Collection will display some of them for one-day-only, this Saturday, as part of Museum District Day.ξ Listenξ Downloadξ

Gene Bartholomew of Live Nation Theatricalξstopsξby the program to introduce listeners to the series of hit musicals that makeξup the 2007-2008 season for Broadway in Houston at Houston's Hobby Center.ξ Listenξ Downloadξ

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