Dina Kuznetsova talks to WQED-FM's Anna Singer about her role as Butterfly in Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" being performed by Pittsburgh Opera through October 14th.
Stage Director Linda Brovsky talks to WQED-FM's Anna Singer about this production of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" being performed by Pittsburgh Opera through October 14th.
The Edgewood Symphony conducted by Walter Morales invites Aron Zelkowicz to play the Dvorak Cello Concerto along with Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Ginka’s Ruslan and Ludmila Overture Saturday evening October 13 at the Katz performing Arts Center of the JCC. Walter and Aron fill in all the details.
Musica Mundana presents "Myths." The Pittsburgh-based early music ensemble, co-led by harpsichordist Justin Wallace and mezzo-soprano Raquel Winnica Young, travels through a range of emotion with a program of 17th and 18th century music inspired by mythological figures. Featured composers include Haydn, Handel, Monteverdi, Rameau and Tartini. They are joined by guest musicians Joseph Baunoch (bass), Paul Miller (violin) and Patricia Halverson (gamba). Lenny Young who directs the choir at Third Presbyterian joins Raquel Winnica Young with a full run down and background on Musica Mundana and other events happening soon including the Halloween Trick or Treat Classical Crawl with members of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony and Young Peoples Orchestra Saturday October 27 at 5:30 with costume contest and treats. Admission Free.
Eric Dzugan is Exploring the Piano with Katie Manukyan and Kelly Fiona Lynch sopranos plus Franklin Mosley baritone. Saturday October 13 7pm at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium on the University of Pittsburgh campus. The concert marks the centennial of the death of Debussy and explores a wide range of moods. There will be projections above the singers and extensive program notes including translations and assistance from the Department of French and Italian languages at Pitt. The tickets are $10 for general admission $5. Students and Pitt Students are Free. Hear all about it with Eric, Katie and Kelly!
Welsh born pianist Llyr Williams has recorded a box set of all the Beethoven Piano Sonatas taped live at the exquisite chamber music spot, the Wigmore Hall in London for the Signum Classics label. He’s calling the set Beethoven Unbound. He’s included lots of Beethoven extras and he tells you which one is the craziest, what to do if you visit Wales and much more in this Voice of the Arts conversation with Jim Cunnigham.