A summary of Anna Quindlen's appearance at the Pittsburgh Speakers Series. Robert Morris University's Dr. Ruzich talks with QED's Jim Cunningham, emcee of the series.
The director of The King's Noyse reveals whether his strings are really made of cat gut, and anticipates his ensemble's return for the 40th anniversary of Pittsburgh's Renaissance & Baroque series. David Douglass converses with Jim Cunningham for a January spotlight in PITTSBURGH magazine.
The PSO's former Principal Guest Conductor returns to lead his own orchestration of Ravel's Piano Trio, along with Dukas' The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Sibelius' The Swan of Tuonela, and Grieg's Piano Concerto with soloist Orion Weiss.
Classical QED 89.3's Executive Director, Susan Johnson, joins Jim Cunningham with the latest on the station's serious financial status.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and bestselling author was only the third woman to write for the The New York Times op-ed page. She writes the "Last Word" column for Newsweek, and her latest novel, "Rise and Shine," debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list, joining her four other bestsellers.
She played for President Obama's inauguration, then made her inaugural PSO appearance in Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." Pianist Gabriela Montero may be elected a winner at the Grammy Awards for her CD of Baroque improvisations.