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Pianist Cynthia Lawing performs several musical selections during WDAV’s holiday open house. She talks about what brought her to music and being inducted into the Steinway Piano Teacher Hall of Fame. Also, Mark and Katherine Love of Steinway Piano Gallery (Charlotte) are in studio to talk about bestowing the honor.…
 
Pianist Greg Knight, finalist in the Van Cliburn Piano Competition amateur division, and conductor Matthew Troy, preview the season opening concert for the Western Piedmont Symphony. Learn more about the Western Piedmont Symphony's Masterworks I program Gregory Knight, piano Matthew Troy, conductorBy WDAV Classical Public Radio
 
Pianist Svetlana Smolina performs a dazzling short program featuring Chopin and Rachmaninoff, and converses with WDAV’s Joe Brant about the music and her career. Pictured: Svetlana Smolina; photo by Heard on this Episode: R. Schumann arr. by Liszt: "Widmung" Chopin : Scherzo No. 2 Rachmaninoff : Prelude in D major, Op. 23…
 
Musicians from the Tablao Flamenco ensemble talk about their performance called “A Night in Andalusia” at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, and how they transform the space into a Spanish dance club with the traditional music of the region. Learn more about “A Night in Andalusia”By WDAV Classical Public Radio
 
Pianist Cynthia Lawing and clarinetist Jessica Lindsey perform during WDAV’s 40th birthday party. The two talk about what brought them to music; the characteristics of Christmas music; and their holiday traditions. Heard on This Episode: Gerald Finzi : Carol from the Five Bagatelles Arcangelo Corelli : Concerto Grosso in g minor Op. 6, No. 8, Fatto…
 
Pianist Ethan Uslan performs selections for WDAV's 40th Birthday Party. He talks about the origins of ragtime, playing for silent films and what makes ragtime music so appealing. Learn more about Ethan Uslan and The Carolina Shout podcast Heard on this Episode: Mozart : Rondo a la Turka Fisk Jubilee Singers : Oh Them Golden Slippers Harry Carroll :…
 
Members of Heartland Baroque join WDAV’s Rachel Stewart to perform and preview selections from their touring program, The Winged Lion and the Unremembered Sea , which is making several stops in the region. Event Details : Heartland Baroque: The Winged Lion and the Unremembered Sea This session From the John Clark Performance Studio was mixed in the…
 
Soprano Margaret Carpenter and organist Nicholas Haigh join WDAV’s Rachel Stewart to perform selections and speak about their new ensemble – L’Académie du Roi Soleil – its mission, and preview their upcoming performances of Couperin’s Lessons for Tennebrae . Event Details : Couperin - Leçons de Ténèbres (l-r) Soprano Margaret Carpenter and organist…
 
Composer Leonard Mark Lewis and tenor Brian Arreola join host Joe Brant for a preview of " Wake-Lucia: A Joycean Operatic Rite ." The performance includes original music by Lewis and dance based on the life of James Joyce and his daughter Lucia. Event Details : Winthrop University: Wake-Lucia: A Joycean operatic rite Brian Arreola, tenor Leonard Ma…
 
Oboist Joe Robinson '62 and mezzo-soprano Rebecca "Becky" Robinson visit the John Clark Performance Studio to chat about an upcoming Love Songs in the Afternoon recital at Davidson College Presbyterian Church (DCPC) as part of the Davidson College Reunion Weekend. The father and daughter pair will perform highlights from the concert with accompanim…
 
Members of the Bechtler Ensemble stop by the WDAV studios to preview the Charlotte Composers Forum. The forum consists of composers from Queens University, Winthrop University, UNCC and Central Piedmont Community College. In celebration of the Bechtler's latest exhibition, Celebrating Jean Tinguely and Santana, five composers have written original …
 
For years, fiddler and composer Mark O’Connor has been melding folk, jazz, and classical music into a style that is distinctly his own and distinctly American. He’s one of the most successful artists who works across genres and has won three Grammy Awards for his work in both the country and classical realms. He frequently collaborates with artists…
 
Pianist Arlene Shrut, soprano and UNC Charlotte faculty member Alissa Deeter, and baritone Dennis Jesse visit WDAV to talk about the world premiere of a new work by composer Jocelyn Hagen as part of the program "Requiem of Solace." "Requiem of Solace" also features the performance of A German Requiem with four-hand accompaniment, which is the first…
 
Bela Fleck has made his mark across many genres -- including bluegrass, jazz, pop, and rock -- and has earned Grammy nominations in more categories than any other musician. Now Bela Fleck has crossed over into classical with his concerto for banjo, "The Imposter," as well as a quintet for banjo and one for strings. Bela Fleck visited the WDAV John …
 
Matt Haimovitz joins us in the midst of his Bach Listening Room Tour. On this tour, Haimovitz brings Bach’s cello suites to small, intimate settings throughout the southeast, performing Bach’s Six Suites not in concert halls, but in coffeehouses and music clubs. To conclude the tour, he'll perform all six suites in a single day in Bethesda, Marylan…
 
Pianist Valarie Valois joins WDAV in the John Clark Performance Studio to perform selected works, including Danza de la moza donosa by Alberto Ginastera and Forest Murmurs by Franz Liszt. In addition, Dr. Valois will chat with Frank Dominguez about music and her career, which includes local and international performances, music education, and servi…
 
Christopher O’Riley, acclaimed pianist and host of NPR's From the Top, stops by the WDAV John Clark Performance Studio for an interview and live performance. We’ll talk to him about some of the top young classical musicians featured in From the Top and will be treated to a performance as well. From The Top is coming to the Batte Center at Wingate U…
 
Members of the Piedmont Baroque Consortium visit the John Clark Performance Studio for a preview of their upcoming premiere of the Gloria in C No 1 by Antonio Lotti. For centuries a lost masterpiece, Lotti's Gloria will be performed in a collaboration between Piedmont Baroque Consortium Director David Tang and British Musicologist Ben Byram-Wigfiel…
 
Classical flutist Ben Smolen joins Matt Rogers in the WDAV studio to talk about his role in the Master Class of the Symphony Guild of Charlotte. In addition, Ben will stay to perform works from JS Bach, Michael Gandolfi, and Claude Debussy. Sally Moody, president of the Symphony Guild, will also be in the studios to share more about the history and…
 
Members of the NC Baroque Orchestra join daytime host Matt Rogers for a live performance in the John Clark performance studio. The group previews selections from their upcoming Musical Banquet in Davidson, featuring Vivaldi's Concerto for 4 baroque violins, Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 and Concerto for 2 harpsichords, and a Suite by Telemann with …
 
Matt Rogers chats with Charlotte Symphony cellist Jon Lewis about his performance as part of the CSO Pulse Rush Hour Recital Series. Rush Hour Recitals are hour-long concerts featuring CSO musicians playing their own musical selections--typically pieces that are not among the standard symphonic repertoire. Jon gives us a preview of the late Baroque…
 
Frank Dominguez welcomes the Copley String Quartet to WDAV’s John Clark Performance Studio. The Copley String Quartet is comprised of members of Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society, which – at 200 years old – is the oldest performing arts organization in the United States. They are here to talk about their appearance in the Bechtler Music & Museum co…
 
The Chante Piano Trio returns to WDAV a year after their first-place win in WDAV’s inaugural Young Chamber Musicians Competition. The trio is comprised of Maria Parrini, Stephen Hawkey, and Paul Aguilar. As WDAV prepares to launch the second Young Chamber Musicians Competition, the trio recalls their experiences in the competition and tells us what…
 
Prior to their performance in Charlotte, Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine performed live in WDAV’s John Clark Performance Studio on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Patrick Pope, organist and music director at Charlotte's Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter, chatted with Frank Dominguez about this talented group and what drew him to bring them to perform in C…
 
Matt Haimovitz joins us in the midst of his Bach Listening Room Tour. On this tour, Haimovitz brings Bach’s cello suites to small, intimate settings throughout the southeast, performing Bach’s Six Suites not in concert halls, but in coffeehouses and music clubs. To conclude the tour, he'll perform all six suites in a single day in Bethesda, Marylan…
 
BachFest 2015 at St. Alban's Episcopal Church features soprano Margaret Carpenter and mezzo-soprano Tamsin Simmell in a program of arias by J.S. Bach and his contemporaries. Instrumentalists will include: Nicholas Haigh, harpsichord & organ, William Simms, theorbo, and Barbara Blaker Krumdieck, baroque cello. Members of the ensemble visit the WDAV …
 
Cellist Amit Peled may have begun his career as a basketball player, but now brings his "larger than life" performances to concert halls around the world. The 6'5 cellist visits the WDAV studio and brings with him the personal concert cello of Pablo Casals, the legendary Spanish Catalan cellist and conductor. Peled speaks with host Frank Dominguez …
 
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