The Front Row, 11/19/2007

Influential artist Mary Heilman talks about why she held onto Abstract Expressionism when others where going off in different directions, as we look at the first comprehensive survey of her life's work. We also hear from pianist Rodney Waters, violinist Sophia Silivos and cellist Barrett Sills as they perform French music from the turn of the 20th Century . . .

Pianist Rodney Waters, violinistξSophia Silivos and Barrett Sills join KUHF's Chris Johnson inξStudio 3-C forξa sample of the music from the program an Evening in Paris: Romantic Music for Piano and Strings. It's presented by St. CeciliaξFriends of Music tomorrow evening at 7:30.ξξListenξ Downloadξξ

Abstrac Painter Mary Heilman talks with KUHF's Catherine Lu about the retropective exhibition of her work which currently on display at the Contemporary Arts MuseumξHouston. To Be Someone is on view through January 6th.ξ Listenξ Download

Actors Celeste Roberts, Eric Doss and Bob Boudreaux chat with KUHF's Meghan Hendley about howard Michael Gould's behind-the-scenes show biz, comedy, Diva. It's presented by TheaterLab Houston at its location at 1706 Alamo St. through December 2nd.ξξListenξ Download

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