Voice of the Arts
This Friday and Saturday night, PNME soprano Lindsay Kesselman strikes a chord of universal resonance as she takes the audience from triumph to tragedy. With music by David Lang, Amy Beth Kirsten, William Bolcom, Lee Kesselman, John Bucchino, Jeff Nytch, and Kieren MacMillan, this powerful emotional journey illuminates the edges of our most essential human need: to love and be loved. Lindsay stopped by WQED-FM to talk with our Anna Singer about the concerts.
Author and University of Pittsburgh Theater and Writing Professor Kathleen George tells us about her new novel "The Blues Walked In." It’s set in the Hill District in 1936 with Lena Horne as a central character.
Pittsburgh Festival Opera Artistic Director Jonathan Eaton visited the QED Morning show to talk to our Anna Singer about their 2018 season.
Learn all about this weekend's (July 13 and 14) Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble Concert titled "What I Leave Behind."
Some composers from the opening weekend of Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble's 2018 season stopped by the QED Morning Show to talk about their works.
Violinist Ray Chen talks about his new album, "The Golden Age," with WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham.
Patrice Michaels and James Ginsburg discuss their new album, "Notorious RBG in Song"; an album dedicated to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.