Voice of the Arts
WQED-FM's Anna Singer sat down with Tim Mix to talk about his role in Pittsburgh Opera's production of "The Last American Hammer."
WQED-FM's Anna Singer sat down with Stage Director Matthew Haney to talk about his vision for Pittsburgh Opera's production of "The Last American Hammer."
Gerard Schwarz in in Pittsburgh to conduct the Carnegie Mellon University Philharmonic and Chorus on Sunday February 23rd, 7:30pm at Carnegie Music Hall. The concert includes Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, the Walton Cello Concerto with Sameer Apte, and the Brahms Symphony No. 4. The Maestro stopped by WQED-FM to help with our fundraiser, and to have an in-depth conversation with Jim Cunningham about this weekend's concert, his time spent at the Seattle Symphony, his book "Behind the Baton" and much more.
Pianist Frederic Chiu is a new faculty member of Carnegie Mellon University. He stopped by WQED-FM to talk to Jim Cunningham about his role at CMU, his extensive recording catalog, and stage fright!
Douglas Starr’s “All Saints Requiem,” will be premiered Friday, February 28th at Saint Paul’s Church in Mt. Lebanon, and Saturday, February 29th at Saint Vincent Basilica, Latrobe. The composer, Douglas Starr stopped by WQED-FM to talk about the piece. Joining him was soloist Valerie Vernon-Thomas, Rich Chreehan, and, on the phone, Rev. Stephen Concordia from St. Vincent College, who will conduct the piece.
Listen to an interview with composer Peter Hilliard and librettist Matt Boresi. Their work - The Last American Hammer - will premier with the Pittsburgh Opera this Saturday, February 22nd at the intimate environs of the George R. White Studio at the Pittsburgh Opera headquarters in the strip.
Matthew Rosenblum stopped by to talk about the 2020 Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival. The event runs February 28th through March 1st at various locations around town.
The members of Chatham Baroque stopped by the QED Morning Show to perform live, and to talk about this weekend's "Art of the Trio" concerts.
Dr. Brittany Trotter and Ryan Leonard stopped by to talk about the beginning of the season for the IC Players - the Incidental Players. Their first element concert is on February 17th at 7pm.
Harpsichordist Elizabeth Etter and Baroque violinist/violist Warren Davidson stopped by to talk about their Bach concert - Father JS alongside CPE, JC, JCF, and WF. It's Chamber Music at Old St. Luke's on Sunday, February 16th at 2pm - the concert is free. Plus Warren plays some Bach in our studio.