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Recording, Episodes & Live Studio Performances

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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

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

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

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

Highlights from Mendelssohn's Elijah

4 performances from Mendelssohn's "Elijah"...being performed at the Lied Center with the KU Symphony, Choir and soloists Tuesday, March 29th.The artist(s): Featured performers on KPR: Kelly Smith, soprano; Robert McNichols, bass; Kristee Haney, alto; Charles Martinez, tenor; Dr. Paul Tucker, piano.Engineer(s): Jason Slote & Chubby Smith

Julia Bruxholm, soprano & Russell Miller, piano

Julia and Russell stopped in to the KPR Live studios to give us a musical preview of their recital on 3/13/11, 7:30 PM at Swarthout Recital Hall on the KU Campus. 4 songs ranging from Gershwin to Cole Porter are on this program.Engineer(s): Chubby Smith; Jason Slote

Eric Stomberg, bassoon

Fresh from a recital on-campus, Associate Professor of Bassoon, Eric Stomberg came to share a couple of solo bassoon waltzes with the KPR audience!Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Chaeyoung Park and Crystal Lam, pianists

Listen to these two young pianists perform live on KPR in advance of their performances at the National Piano Finals in Milwaukee at the end of March. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith & Jason Slote    

Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra

Live performance promoting the Kansas Silent Film festival.Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra's WebsiteThe artist(s): Rodney Sauer, pianoBritt Swenson, violinBrian Collins, clarinetDawn Kramer, trumpetDavid Short, cello Engineer(s): Jason Slote, Chubby Smith

New York Polyphony

The vocal group New York Polyphony performs "early music with an edge" in the KPR studios. Includes Andrew Smith's "Veni Redepmptor Gentium" and "Ave Maris Stella", lieder by Franz Schubert and songs for the holiday season.New York Polyphony websiteThe artist(s): New York Polyphony is establishing itself as one of the finest classical vocal ensembles of a new generation. With “beautifully blended voices of individual distinction” (The Independent), the four men deliver dynamic performances in a wide range of styles. From simple plainchant to complex modern works, the NYP sound is strong, unified and polished. Their debut CD I Sing the Birth was released on Avie Records in 2007. Engineer(s): Jason Slote


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