The Front Row, Thursday, 5/1/2008

The Art Guys – Jack Massing and Michael Galbraith – celebrate their Silver Anniversary as a creative duo with a special presentation, Nothing To It (An Evening of Itty Bitty witty Ditties). They talk with Bob Stevenson today. We also hear from pianist Alejandro Vela and his former Julliard classmate Terrence Wilson as they prepare for an evening of Dances and Fantasies for the piano...
Avery Gosfield is the lone American member of the Milan-based early music ensemble Lucidarium. The group specializes in rarely heard repertoire from the late-medieval and early Renaissance periods. Gosfield chats with KUHF's Bob Stevenson about their program in Houston, La Istoria de Purium, Music and Poetry of the Jews of Renaissance Italy.  Listen.  Download.

Pianist Alejandro Vela is an Artist in Residence at MECA – Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts. He is joined in the KUHF Performance Studio by his former Julliard classmate Terrence Wilson for a preview of their joint recital, Dances and Fantasies.  Listen.  Download.

The Art Guys – Jack Massing and Michael Galbraith – chat with TFR Producer Bob Stevenson about their Silver Anniversary celebration. It's called Nothing To It (An Evening of Itty Bitty Witty Ditties) and takes place this weekend at their alma mater, the University of Houston.  Listen.  Download.