The Front Row, Thursday, 6/11/2009

Singer-songwriter Caroline Aiken performs live! Maestro Charles Olivieri-Munroe chats about his musical specialty - the Slavic repertoire – which he conducts at the International Festival-Institute at Round Top. And we preview the final Big Range Dance Festival program.
Prague-based Canadian conductor, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, talks about his chamber orchestra program & his all-Russian symphonic program, which he presents this Friday & Saturday night at the 39th International Festival-Institute at Round Top.  KUHF's Catherine Lu chats with him by phone.  [photo courtesy of]  Listen  Download

Visiting choreographers from New York, Anneke Hansen & Lori Yuill, chat with host St.John Flynn about their pieces coming up this weekend on the Big Range Dance Festival at Barnevelder Theatre:  A Window into the Lorena Reality and We Should Call It Many ThingsListen  Download

Equally comfortable strumming her acoustic guitar and sitting at the piano, Georgia-based folk singer/songwriter Caroline Aiken performs live from KUHF's Geary Studio.  Producer Bob Stevenson hosts the session.  Ms. Aiken is in Houston for a show at Anderson Fair.  Listen
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Catherine Lu

Content Producer & Announcer

Catherine Lu joined KUHF in October 2004. Since then, she has been hosting the Classical 91.7's Afternoon Concert and sharing her favorite music with listeners...