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Recording, Episodes & Live Studio Performances

Date Description
08/05/2011

Heartland Chamber Music Festival Performance

7 students participating in the Heartland Chamber Music Festival at Johnson County Community College performed in KPR's Live Performance Studio. Click to listen to the 1st movement of Faure's Piano Quartet in g-minor: Pianist Shiming Ouyang, Violinist Jonathan Dawson, Geneve Claflin - viola, and Tiffany Bell - cello.....and, the Brahms Piano Trio in C: Zachary Hughes - piano, Sarah Peters - violin, and Jeff Millen - cello.Engineer(s): Chubby Smith
07/26/2011

International Institute for Young Musicians

Four young pianists attending the Academy sponsored by the International Institute for Young Musicians at KU stopped in to perform for KPR's audience. Click to listen to Luke Rhodes, 17, of Lawrence, KS; Eric Lin, 10, of Chicago; David Horton, 16, of Salt Lake City; and Ryan Jannak-Huang, 13 of Palatine, IL. Engineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith
07/19/2011

IIYM Pianists, July 19, 2011

Four of the top pianists in this year's International Institute for Young Musicians Academy at KU performed live in KPR's studios: Chaeyoung Park, 13, of Lawrence, KS; Albert Wang, 17, of Solon, Ohio; Bryan Ho, 14, of Potomac, MD; and Kyle Jannak-Huang, 13, of Chicago. Just click to hear this performance.Engineer(s): Jason Slote and Chubby Smith
07/12/2011

International Institute for Young Musicians

Finalists and winners from this weekend's competition at KU. Pictured from left to right: Yangmingtian Zhao, 17 of Singapore; Lorraine Chung of Sidney, Australia; Anna Han, 15, Chandler, AZ; Jonathan Mamora, 16 of Colton, CA.Engineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith
07/06/2011

IIYM: Chaeyoung Park and Luke Rhodes, piano

Chaeyoung Park, 13, and Luke Rhodes, 18, of Lawrence performed selections in KPR's live performance studio in advance of their participation in the Semi-Finals of the International Institute of Young Musician's competition this SaturdayEngineer(s): Jason Slote and Chubby Smith
06/07/2011

Lawrence Figg, cello

Kansas City Symphony Cellist Lawrence Figg performed JS Bach's Solo Cello Suite No. 1 in KPR's Live performance studio. Listen to the performance here!Engineer(s): Jason Slote and Chubby Smith
06/01/2011

Preview of Handel's Saul

Countertenor Jay Carter, pianist Robert LaMar Simms and music director Arnold Eply stopped by KPR's live performance studios to give us a preview of Musica Vocale's production of Saul, to be performed at the JC Nichols Auditorium in Kansas City's World War 1 Museum Sunday, June 5 at 3 PMEngineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith
05/12/2011

Dvorak's String Quartet No. 12,

Members of the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra's string section gave us an encore performance of Dvorak's "American" String Quartet, after their recent performance of the work at Kansas City's Webster House.The artist(s): Eri Kosaka, violin; David Repking, violin; Jennifer Richison, viola; John Eadie, celloEngineer(s): Jason Slote and Chubby Smith
05/06/2011

Elaris Duo

The Elaris Duo (Stephen Elisha, cello and Larisa Elisha, violin) and pianist Kyoko Hasimoto give a preview of their Sunday 5/8/11 concert at Grace Cathedral in Topeka....featuring music from Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2, and the Brahms Piano Trio in B MajorEngineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith
04/22/2011

Jim Mosher, harp

Topeka Symphony's Jim Mosher plays selections from his newly released Harp CD, "Above The Clouds"Engineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith

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