Newman at Ten

· May 27, 2013, 8:57 am

On tonight's show: 

Lamont School of Music
The 10-year anniversary concert of the Newman Center is Thursday. We hear music from one of the groups performing.

Vasily Kalinnikov: Symphony No. 1 in G minor
   Lamont Symphony Orchestra
      Lawrence Golan, conductor
   recorded 3/14/13

Lamont School of Music 

Ars Nova Singers
Ars Nova Singers
Music director Thomas Morgan talks about their season finale.

Thomas Edward Morgan: “the hollow mansions” from Images from Thoreau
Ars Nova Singers
      Thomas Edward Morgan, conductor
   New Art 007 “Luminescence”

Ars Nova Singers

Colorado Young Sinfonia
They have a concert Tuesday. We hear them in our Performance Studio.

Antonín DvoÅ™ák: Waltz, Op. 54 No. 4
Claude Debussy: Sacred Dance from Sacred and Profane Dances 
Hubert Parry: Prelude (1st movement) from Lady Radnor's Suite
Ann Marie Liss, harp
   Colorado Young Sinfonia
      Basil Vendryes, conductor
   CPR Performance Studio: recorded 10/26/10
   Produced by Martin Skavish  

Colorado Young Sinfonia

Opera Fort Collins
Conductor Wes Kenney talks about their production of Gounod’s Faust.

Opera Fort Collins

St. Mary's Anglican Church
Michaela Paetsch talks about her recital Sunday, June 2. We sample her recordings.

Joseph Joachim Raff: Cavatina, Op. 85 No. 3
Joseph Joachim Raff: Violin Concerto No. 1 in B minor, Op. 161
Joseph Joachim Raff: Hungarian Piece, Op. 203
   Michaela Paetsch, violin
   Bamberg Symphony
      Hans Stadlmair, conductor
   Tudor 7086

St. Mary’s Anglican Church

Walden Chamber Music Society
Their season finale is Sunday, June 2. Two of its members have recorded in our Performance Studio.

Sergei Rachmaninoff: “Allegro scherzando” (2nd movement) & “Andante” (3rd movement)
from Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 19
   Camilla Bonzo, cello
   Jo Boatright, piano
   CPR Performance Studio: recorded 11/10/11
   Produced by Martin Skavish

Walden Chamber Music Society

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