The Front Row, Monday, 08/31/2009
August 31, 2009 3:08:15 pm
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Today, we preview the Houston Friends of Music’s upcoming series of recitals by some of the planet’s best chamber ensembles. The organization’s Programming Chairman Daniel Musher talks about the internationally-acclaimed groups that will appear in Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall during the months to come, including the anual season opening concert by the Tokyo String Quartet...
Dr. Daniel Musher is Programming Chairman of the Houston Friends of Music’s Board of Directors. As he discussed, the organization’s forty-ninth season begins September 15th in Stude Concert Hall at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music with the traditional Opening-Night appearance by the Tokyo String Quartet, who this year play works by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Beethoven. Musher chats about the upcoming season with TFR host St. John Flynn. Listen Download