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The Front Row

The Front Row, Tuesday, 04/14/2009

Reed flutist Tolga Unaldi plays live for us, previewing the concert of Modern Turkish Sufi Music that he presents tomorrow evening at the Rothko Chapel. Then we meet Danish Maestro Thomas Dausgaard, the guest conductor of this weekend's Houston Symphony concerts…

KUHF’s Dean Dalton speaks with Thomas Dausgaard, Chief Conductor of the Danish National Symphony and Principal Conductor of the Swedish Chamber Orchestra. Maestro Dausgaard guest-conducts this weekend’s Houston Symphony concerts, Friday and Saturday night and Sunday afternoon in Jones Hall. Listen. Download.

KUHF’s Catherine Lu speaks with Steven Wallace, Director of the University of Houston’s School of Theatre and Dance, and Carolyn Houston Boone, Associate Professor of Undergraduate Acting and Directing at the School. Mr. Wallace stage-directed … and Ms. Boone is a member of the cast … of the School’s production of Amy Lanasa’s Texas-based comedy. Buy One, Get Five FreeListen. Download.

The Rothko Chapel and the American Turkish Association present a program of Traditional and Modern Turkish Sufi Music, with our guest, Tolga Unaldi, playing the five-thousand-year-old reed flute called the “ney.” His performance is tomorrow night at 7:00PM at the Rothko Chapel. Listen. Download.