Bizet's Toreador Song from the opera Carmen may be the first aria about a sports hero, the bullfighter Escamillo. Musicians from the Carnegie Mellon School of Music perform the Steelers Song, an adaptation of Bizet with lyrics by CMU faculty artist Douglas Ahlstedt. "Suisham's kicks, and Big Ben's magic tricks! Oh what a frightful fix, for the poor Packer mix! Red man will bend you- Rashard distend you, Ward and Brown and Heath and Mike will all beat you deep! Our Defense is like a strong steel fence, You're facing Hampton, Hoke and Clark and Gay and Taylor. Timmons and Ferrier, Keisel is scarier! Woodley, Troy and Harrison are all running you down!We're off to Dallas for our seventh ring! We'll be victorious, that's why we sing! Hail to our coaches Tomlin and LeBeau! They're the best, yinz should know! They'll lead us to our goal, in this, our seventh Super Bowl."
German violinist Viviane Hagner talks about Haydn's Violin Concerto #1, her Stradivadrius, explorations of new music, recent recording including a Vieutemps concerto, cultural life in Berlin, and more.
Guest conductor Arild Remmereit talks with Jim Cunningham about his new post with the Rochester Philharmonic, how he went from being a rock guitarist in platform shoes to a conductor on the podium, and about his PSO program of Sibelius, Haydn and Mozart.
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Dr. Connie Ruzich from Robert Morris University recaps the remarks of Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post political columnist Charles Krauthammer at the Pittsburgh Speakers Series.
Charles Krauthammer is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and political commentator whose weekly column appears in The Washington Post and more than 200 newspapers and media outlets. He's a contributing editor to the Weekly Standard and The New Republic, and a panelist on Inside Washington and Fox News’s Special Report with Bret Baier.