Multi-talented comedienne Joan Rivers talks about her comedy act, philanthropic work, her new play, performing for Queen Elizabeth, working with Fred Rogers and Betty Aberlin, Marvin Hamlsich, Johnny Carson, amateur painting, and her love of opera.
Ohlsson talks about his Beethoven cycle on CD, reissues, great pianists of the past, Lorin Maazel, Mozart's Piano Concerto #27, and more.
An overview covering the "greening" of this year's event, the "Contained" project's reuse of shipping containers, the Fourth River Project, plays, performances, the Artists' Market and more with festival spokeswoman Lauren Bracey.
Louis Langrée, Music Director of the Mostly Mozart Festival, talks about the festival, Mozart's Masonic Funeral Music, Shostakovich's 11th symphony, his background, and making a record with a broken arm.
Art Critic Diana Jannetta reviews "Life on Mars," the 55th Carnegie International, curated by Douglas Fogle and now on view through Jan. 11, 2009. The International is America's longest-running and most prestigious periodic exhibtion of contemporary art.
Conductor and violinist Pinchas Zukerman talks about his protege Benjamin Hochman, the young Israeli pianist, and the works on their all-Mozart program with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Zukerman gives some of the history of his instruments, and anticipates his 60th birthday.