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The Front Row, Monday, 02/02/2010

Today, we have a live performance by Moores School of Music faculty artist, pianist Tali Morgulis, and her colleague, Israeli-American clarinet virtuoso, Guy Yehuda. They play pieces by Schumann, Brahms, Muczynski and Bernstein on a Channing Concert this evening at First Unitarian-Universalist Church, and Friday night at the University of Houston…

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni celebrates the publication of her new novel, One Amazing Thing, with a book-release party, co-sponsored by the Asia Society Texas Center and the Blue Willow Bookshop. She’ll read from the novel, discuss it with St. John Flynn and she’ll autograph copies of the book  this evening at 7:00PM at the headquarters of the United Way of Houston.  Listen Download

Pianist and Moores School of Music Assistant Professor, Tali Morgulis, and internationally-acclaimed Israeli-American clarinetist, Guy Yehuda, collaborate this week on two recitals this evening at 7:30PM, on the “Channing Concerts Series” and Friday night at 7:30PM in the Moores Opera House on the University of Houston’s central campus. Admission to both performances is free. Morgulis and Yehuda play excerpts from their program in KUHF’s Geary Performance Studio.  Listen Download

Photographic artist, Jessica Mallios, speaks with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson at the opening of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s 168thPerspectives exhibition, which features recent work by Ms. Mallios and two of her fellow Austin-based photographers, Anna Krachey and Adam Schreiber. This is the final week for their show; it closes on Sunday.  Listen Download