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Cantus is one of the premiere men’s vocal ensembles, and with Alison Young, talk about the holiday, music, and food. (Thursday at 2pm) program EDUARD KREMSER, arr. Aaron Humble: We Gather Together (A Harvest Home) BOBBY MCFERRIN: The 23rd Psalm (dedicated to my mother) (That Eternal Day) MALCOLM DALGLISH: Little Potato GRIEG: Brothers, Sing On! […]
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(Photo Credit: ©AlanaRothstein.com) Join composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate for an adventure in American Indian and Maori music. TALOA — which takes its name from the Chickasaw word for song — is a series exploring fascinating connections in the music of contemporary Maori and American Indian composers. This week (except Thursday) at 8pm. The creator of […]
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As we welcome the holiday season we also say hello to a new batch of seasonal recordings. Here are some interesting selections for your consideration. Kochi is a recording of Jewish music using instruments from India. While that may seem odd at the outset, the San Diego Jewish Men’s Choir has a valid reason for […]
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Come hear some of the best young classical musicians in the region on Wednesday at noon. Winners of the 2015 Young Artist Competition will perform live on Classical 90.5. Reserve a lunch from City Cafe by calling 502-814-6565 by Tuesday at noon. Sponosored by PNC Wealth Management.
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Louisville, Ky. (November 19, 2015) — Louisville Public Media (LPM), with generous support from the Robert and Clarita Whitney Fund and PNC Wealth Management, has donated 44 new band instruments to Jefferson County Public School (JCPS) students through its Instrumental Partners Program. The value of the instruments is more than $17,000. The instruments will be […]
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Come hear a live in-studio with pianist Jiyoung Jeoung on Thursday at 1pm. She’ll play Mozart and Joan Tower (preview below). Doors open at 12:45pm. Free and open-to-the-public.
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There is a good chance you have never heard of Justin Holland. He might be America’s first African-American classical guitar performer, composer and arranger. Holland was born to a freeman in 1819 in Norfolk, Virginia. After his parent’s death, he moved to Massachusetts, a state more accepting of free blacks at the time. When he […]
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(Photo credit: Priska Ketterer) Kaaija Saariaho’s music is entrancing – sometimes disorienting. It’s lyrical and colorful. It often combines intricate textures with electronic elements, that can be delicate and ethereal or just loud and thick. Performances of her music have been steadily growing throughout the United States since the early 2000s, and earlier this year […]
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Come hear and see some of the most talented pianists from the University of Louisville on Wednesday, November 11, at noon. Coached by Dror Biran, you’ll experience the talents of Elliot Eckel, Nathaniel Mo, Paige Harpring, Brytner Evangelista, Ibosh Chertmanov and Tim Spencer; playing the music of Ravel, Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. The in-studio […]
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