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Marianne Cornetti - Pittsburgh Festival Opera - Nov 10, 2022

Marianne Cornetti stopped by WQED-FM to chat with Anna Singer about Pittsburgh Festival Opera's "Legends in the Limelight" concert - Sunday November 13th, 3pm at Shadyside Presbyterian Church.  The concert features tenor John Osborn.  

Bill Powers & Jacob Joyce - Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra - Nov 9, 2022

Jacob Joyce, Music Director of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony and William Powers Executive Director of the Orchestra discuss the Dvorak Eighth Symphony, Ballade by Samuel Coleridge Taylor, Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet and Jimmy Lopez “Techno” that will be heard in a 7:30pm Free concert at Heinz Hall Sunday November 13. They joined Jim Cunningham live on Wednesday morning November 9.

Paul Salsini - Nov 8, 2022

Journalist and writer Paul Salsini sat down with WQED to discuss his new memoir detailing his personal correspondence with the late composer, Stephen Sondheim, "Sondheim and Me: Revealing a Musical Genius." Listen as we discussed the circumstances leading to Salsini first reaching out to Sondheim, his founding of The Sondheim Review Magazine, and much more.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2022-2023 Season - Program 5 - Part 1 - Nov 8, 2022

Yefim Bronfman returns to Heinz Hall to play the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3.  Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts “amazon” by Gloria Isabel Ramos Triano and the monumental Mahler Symphony No. 1.

Pittsburgh Symphony Radio - 2022-2023 Season - Program 5 - Part 2 - Nov 8, 2022

Yefim Bronfman returns to Heinz Hall to play the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3.  Music Director Manfred Honeck conducts “amazon” by Gloria Isabel Ramos Triano and the monumental Mahler Symphony No. 1.

Stephen Schutlz - CMU Baroque Ensemble - Nov 4, 2022

Flutist and Professor at CMU Stephen Schultz will conduct Vivaldi’s Four Seasons alongside a world premiere of Rustic Breezes by CMU faculty composer Nancy Galbraith conducted by Daniel Nesta Curtis Sunday evening in Alumni Concert hall at CMU. The concert is free. Professor Schultz talks about his bi coastal life as a flutist in the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra of San Francisco in this conversation recorded Friday November 4 2022 on the QED Morning Show with Jim Cunningham. 

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