The Curis Institute of Pittsburgh performs Monday night for Chamber Music Pittsburgh. WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham spoke with David Ludwig, the chair of Composition Studies at Curtis.
Chatham Baroque stopped by the QED Morning Show to talk about their concerts this weekend (November 16-17) titled "Welcome to All the Pleasures" - Henry Purcell's Odes to Saint Cecilia.
Lee Saville-Iksic talks about the Pittsburgh Youth Chorus, including their December 8th holiday concert.
Kevin Hiles is the Interim President, as well as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Carnegie Musuems of Pittsburgh. He talks about all of the exciting exhibits and events happening at the Carnegie Museums in the coming year.
Jim Cunningham caught up with some musicians and audience members from the concerts in Munich and Paris. First he speaks with Principal Horn William Caballero and Principal Oboe Cynthia Koleda DeAlmeida in Munich to get their thoughts on the tour and the hall in Munich. He then spoke with Dr. James Duggan, who's taken in several concerts on this tour. Jim also spoke with Ulrich Hauschild, the Director of Music for the Bozar Centre in Brussels. Finally, he interviewed several students from the American University of Paris, who saw the Orchestra perform at the Philharmonie.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra just arrived in Dusseldorf, Germany when Jim Cunningham called in with his morning report. The Orchestra performs the final concert from this long European Cities tour tonight at the Tonhalle. Jim managed to chat with Principal Flute Lorna McGhee in the hotel lobby just as the musicians arrived. Lorna spoke about the concert last night in Brussels and what she hopes to do today in Dusseldorf.