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Da Camera Podcast: Zhou Long’s The Farewell and Mahler’s Der Abschied

Posted on · This concert podcast features two works from Da Camera's January 2009 concert, Songs of the Earth. The artists participating in these January 2009 performances were soprano Susanne Mentzer, Min Xiao-Fen, pipa; Wang Guowei, erhu and a Da Camera Chamber Orchestra conducted by Gregory Vajda. Click on Read More for a complete list of the artists. > click for more information on this piece > view all Da Camera/KUHF podcasts

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Da Camera Podcast: Mozart’s Horn Quintet in E Flat Major

Posted on · This podcast- the third in our partnership with Houston's Da Camera- features Mozart's Horn Quintet in E Flat Major, K. 407, performed by William VerMeulen, horn; Curtis Macomber, violin; Toby Appel and Wayne Brooks, violas and Norman Fischer, cello. The performance was part of 2006's MozartNOW Festival, celebrating the 250th anniversary of the great composer's birth. Click here for more information on this piece.

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Brahms's Quintet for Piano and Strings

Posted on · This podcast features Brahms's Quintet for Piano and Strings in F minor, Opus 34, performed by pianist and Da Camera Artistic Director Sarah Rothenberg and the Brentano String Quartet. The concert took place in October, 2006 and was made possible in part by support from Continental Airlines, the official airline of Da Camera of Houston. Click here for more detailed information on this piece.

Houston Symphony Broadcasts

The Houston Symphony and Houston Public Radio: 25 Years Strong!

Posted on · The beginning of the new Houston Symphony broadcast season on Classical 91.7 in September will mark the 25th anniversary of the first Houston Symphony concert broadcast on Houston Public Radio.  That debut occurred on KUHF 88.7FM, in September 1986 (long before the 2011 acquisition of 91.7FM as a full-time classical station). The relationship was born […]

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Mozart's Quintet for Clarinet and Strings

Posted on · This podcast features Mozart's Quintet for clarinet and strings in A Major, K. 581, performed by the outstanding ensemble of David Shifrin, clarinet; Vera Beths, violin; John Marcus, violin; James Dunham, viola and Desmond Hoebig, cello. The performance was part of the concert After Einstein: Music and the Relativity of Time, which concluded Da Camera 2007/2008 season. Click here for more information on this piece.