The Front Row

The Front Row, 11/14/2006

The King’s Singers stopped by the KUHF Performance Studio on this afternoon’s edition of The Front Row. They’ll sing tonight in Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall. We also heard a live performance from oboist Anne Leek and harpsichordist Molly Hammond play Telemann from a concert featuring the Greenbriar Consortium which opens the season for The […]

The King’s Singers stopped by the KUHF Performance Studio on this afternoon’s edition of The Front Row. They’ll sing tonight in Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall. We also heard a live performance from oboist Anne Leek and harpsichordist Molly Hammond play Telemann from a concert featuring the Greenbriar Consortium which opens the season for The Channing Concerts at First Unitarian Universalist Church. . .

Houston Symphony oboist Anne Leek and Harpsichordist Molly Hammond perform Telemann in the KUHF Performance Studio. They, and other members of the Greenbriar Consortium, play on the season opening concert for Houston’s Channing Concerts.  Listen  Download  

The King’s Singers sing in KUHF Performance Studio. They’ll offer the program Landscape and Time tonight in Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall for Houston Friends of Music.  Listen  Download 

Physician, poet and translator Fady Joudah talks his own poetry and that of Palestinian “Poet Laureate” Mahmoud Darwish, whose latest collection Dr. Joudah has translated into english.  Listen  Download  *Extended Interview*

 

 

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Sascha Cordner

Sascha Cordner

Statewide Newscaster for the Texas Newsroom

Sascha Cordner is the afternoon statewide newscaster for the Texas Newsroom, based at Houston Public Media. She has more than 12 years of public radio experience, working at NPR member stations: WABE-FM in Atlanta, WFSU-FM in Tallahassee and WUFT-FM in Gainesville.  She’s worked in both radio and TV, serving in...

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