The Front Row, 10/25/2007

Violinist and Early Music Specialist Marc Destrube talks with KUHF's Chris Johnson about some of the daring and innovative Baroque-era virtuoso composers who made the years between 1650 and 1750 "The Century of the Violin". Destrube joins Context for a performance of some of that music this Sunday evenign at the Shepherd School of Music. . .

KUHF's Chris Johnson chats with Canadian violinist and early music specialist Marc Destrube about the years between 1650 and 1750 which resulted in a remarkable amount of music and technical developments for the violin. Destrube joins members of Context Sunday afternoonξin Duncan Recital Hall at Rice University. ξξListenξ Downloadξξ

Houston Chamber Choir Director Robert Simpson talks with TFR host Dean Dalton about the season opening concert for the ensemble. There are two performances of the program Ravishingly Russianξthis weekend at Houston's Saint Phillip Presbyterian Church.ξξListenξ Downloadξξ

Co-Artistic Directors Sonia Noriega and Sophia Torres chat with KUHF's Catherine Lu about the latest presentation from Psophonia Dance Company. The program is call Phantasia: Etched and Extractedξand is presented thisξFriday and Saturday in the Hobby Center's Zilkha Hall.ξξListenξ Downloadξξ



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