The Front Row

The Front Row, Monday, 04/13/2009

Cellist Lynn Harrell stops by the Geary Performance Studio and brings some of his distinguished colleagues from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music for a performance of a portion of the Sextet by Brahms that is included on his final farewell recital tomorrow night…

Cellist Lynn Harrell is joined in the Geary Performance Studio by violinist Cho-Liang Lin and Kathleen Winkler, violists Aloysia Friedmann and Ivo-Jan van der Werff, violas, and cellist Brinton Smith for a performance of two movements from the Sextet in B-flat by Johannes Brahms. It’s included on Harrell’s farewell recital at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. Lynn Harrell and Friends is tomorrow night at 8:00PM in Stude Concert Hall. Listen. Download.

This evening at 7:00PM at Stages Repertory Theatre, Wordsmyth Theater Company and the Actor’s Gym present a staged reading of All the Pretty Little Horses, the newest drama from the pen of Houston novelist and playwright, Nancy Geyer, who speaks with KUHF’s Catherine Lu. Listen. Download.

New York actors Stephanie Wright Thompson and Matt Dickson star in Stages Repertory Theatre‘s World Première production of Deborah Stein’s new play, Wallflower. Thompson and Dickson chat with TFR host St, John Flynn. Listen. Download.