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The Front Row

The Front Row, Tuesday, 02/17/2009

Members of Houston’s newest orchestra, Project Divisi, perform a selection from their inaugural concert, The Bold and the Belligerent, featuring works by Tchaikovsky and Britten, plus a newly-commissioned arrangment of Bach’s famous Toccata and Fugue. They are hosted in Studio 3-C by KUHF’s Chris Johnson…


Co-Founder Tony Sanville and Guest Conductor Matthew Rowe are joined by members of Houston’s newest orchestra, Project Divisi, and KUHF’s Chris Johnson in the Performance Studio for a preview the ensemble’s innaugural concert, The Bold and the Belligerent. Listen. Download.

Dr. Paul Salamunovich is the Music Director Emeritus of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and will guest conduct the next concert presented by Houston Masterworks Chorus. He is joined in the KUHF studios by the HMC’s Music Director, Allen Hightower and KUHF’s Elaine Kennedy. Listen. Download.

Pianist Idil Biret is one of the most prolofic recording artists in the history of recorded music. She is presented in a recital in Houston this Sunday by the American-Turkish Association of Houston and chats with KUHF’s Chris Johnson about the music she will play. Listen. Download.

Sandr Organ Solis chats with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson about the 2009 Black History Month Concert preseted by the Sandra Organ Dance Company. It’s called Seen and Unseen and happens this Friday and Saturday at the Barnevelder Movement/Arts Complex. Listen. Download.