The Front Row, Thursday, 01/21/2010

Australian choreographer Clare Dyson talks about The Voyeur, her performance installation in which audience members take on the role identified by the piece's title, as they choose where and how they view the show, whether seated or standing … through peepholes in the walls around the performance space … or with binoculars and earphones. The Voyeur's U-S première is tonight at DiverseWorks...
Texas A & M University faculty pianist Kathryn Woodard speaks with KUHF's Catherine Lu.   Sunday afternoon at Three at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston … Ms. Woodard and her performing partner, New-York-based violinist, Theresa Salomon, play duos by 20th Century American and Hungarian Composers  in their program, Vertical Thoughts: A Concert for Violin and Piano. The performance will be accompanied by images of visual art from the same era as the musical selections, drawn from the MFAH collection.  Listen Download

Australian choreographer, dancer, and performance artist, Clare Dyson and her brother Mark Dyson, who serves as her set and lighting designer speak with Houston Public Radio's Chris Johnson. Company Clare Dyson presents the US première of their new performance piece, The Voyeur … tonight, tomorrow night, and Saturday at 8:00PM at DiverseWorks.  Listen Download

Steven Parker performs new acoustic and electronic music for trombone, including works by Rice University composers, Arthur Gottschalk and Richard Lavenda, Sunday evening at 7:30PM in the Shepherd School of Music's Duncan Recital Hall. Admission is free. Parker joins St. Flynn in the Geary Performance Studio for a peview. Listen Download