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The Front Row

The Front Row, Monday, 06/15/2009

Actors Branden Hearnsberger and Jeffrey Bean talk about the roles they play in the Alley Theatre's production of The Farnsworth Invention, the true story of the creation of the electronic television system we still use today by Philo T. Farnsworth (pictured


Branden Hearnsberger plays Philo T. Farnsworth, the man who invented television, and Jeffrey Bean portrays David Sarnoff, the President of RCA in the Alley Theatre regional premiere production of Aaron Sorkin’s play, The Farnsworth Invention. Hearnsberger and Bean chat with KUHF’s St. John Flynn. Listen. Download.

Faculty musicians from the 20th annual Texas Music Festival at the University of Houston present Music Among Friends, this week’s Artist Series chamber recital, featuring short works by Bridge, Martinu, Wieniawski and Elgar and the complete Piano Quintet in F-Minor by Johannes Brahms. They gather in the Geary Performance Studio for a preview performance and interview. Listen. Download.

KUHF’s Bob Stevenson heads over to Houston’s Third Ward to chat with Cynthia Giachetti and Stacy-Lynn Waddell, two of the seven artists who were invited to create installations in Project Row Houses’ tiny former residences along the 2500  block of Holman Street in Houston’s old Third Ward in Midtown.  Listen. Download.