The Front Row

The Front Row, Monday, 09/14/2009

We speak with New York artist, Jill Moser, who has stepped away from her painter's easel to produce Sixteen Street, a collection of new works on paper, currently on view at Wade Wilson ART. We also head over to the University of Houston's Blaffer Gallery, where artist Jon Pylypchuk shows us a ten-year survey of his paintings, drawings and sculptural pieces…

Houston Public Radio’s Meghan Hendley speaks with New York artist Jill Moser at the Wade Wilson ART Gallery, where sixteen of Ms. Moser’s latest drawings and three of her recent paintings are on display in the exhibition, Sixteen Street.  Listen Download

Dr. Albert LeDoux is beginning his 6th season as the Artistic Director of the J. S. Bach Society Chorus and Orchestra of Houston, based at Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rice Village. Their new recording of three sacred cantatas by J. S. Bach is available directly from the Society itself. The phone number is 713-523-2864 and the CD can be ordered through the Bach Society’s Website. Listen Download

Visual artist, Jon Pylypchuk, spoke with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson last Friday night at the University of Houston’s Blaffer Gallery, at the opening of the first major US museum exhibition devoted to Mr. Pylypchuk’s work. The show, a collection of 85paintings, drawings and sculptural pieces made in the past ten years — plus a brand-new installation created just for this exhibition — is on view through November 14th. Listen Download  Extended Interview