The Front Row, 10/10/2007

Hawaiian performance artist Keo Wolford introduces us to his new work, "I Land," which marks his Houston debut at DiverseWorks. We enjoy American chamber music performed by Aperio . . . and "Funky Winkerbean" comic-strip writer & artist Tom Batiuk drops by to talk about his new collection of strips about a character who battles breast cancer.

Pianist Michael Zuraw, Artistic Director/Founder of Aperio: Music of the Americas,ξsoprano Tracy Rhodus and clarinetist Christian Schubert join host Dean Dalton in the KUHF Performance Studio to preview their upcoming concert.ξ Aperio offers Souvenirs from Hudson: American Neo-Classics and Discoveries this Sunday, 4pm, at the Sicardi Art Gallery.ξ ξListenξ Downloadξξ

KUHF's Catherine Lu talks with performer Keo Wolford, who blends the traditional Hawaiian "talk story" and hula dancing with comedy and hip-hop in his new one-man show, I Land.ξ Performances are this Friday &ξSaturday, 8pm, at DiverseWorks.ξξ Listenξ Downloadξξ

Producer Bob Stevenson interviews Funky Winkerbean artist & writer Tom Batiuk, whose comic-strip character Lisa Moore battledξbreast cancer over the years.ξ TonightξMr. Batuik signs Lisa's Story:ξThe Other Shoe, a new collection of hisξstrips,ξ7pm at Brazos Bookstore.ξξξListenξ Downloadξξ

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