Keyboard Conversations October 7, 2013 Pianist Jeffrey Siegel is back with the first program in a brand new season of "live concerts with commentary." Tonight's program (7:30 p.m. Oct. 7) at the Eisemann Center brings together some of the best-loved melodies ever written for the piano. Preview the program with this podcast, featuring Siegel's own description and samples of his performances. Ticket info: eisemanncenter.com
Chamber Music International Season Opener September 27, 2013 Four acclaimed performers appear in Dallas and in Richardson for the opening concert of a new season of chamber music. Violinist Nai-Yuan Hu, violist Scott Lee and cellist Bion Tsang talk about performing together, and how the Faure Piano Quartet No. 1 moves them. WRR, Classical 101's Kevin Pytcher narrates.
WRR Classical 101 92nd Anniversary Nostalgic Jingles August 6, 2013 Celebrate WRR’s 92nd birthday with these nostalgic jingles from 1961.
WRR 92nd birthday jingles part 2 August 6, 2013 Celebrate WRR's 92nd birthday with these nostalgic jingles from 1961.
WRR 92nd Birthday jingles part 3 August 6, 2013 Celebrate WRR's 92nd birthday with these nostalgic jingles from 1961.
Jonathan Martin interview June 7, 2013 Jim interviews Jonathan Martin with the DSO.
artist Dixie Friend Gay April 12, 2013 Dixie Friend Gay's 60-foot mural of the North Texas sky and Texas wildflowers dominates the wall near the security checkpoint. North Texas Sunrise brings a heightened awareness of the Texas landscape. Gay's work is fueled by observations of the natural world. She loves to travel to rural areas and explore landscapes, and hopes viewers will take away a heightened awareness of our beautiful wildflowers
artist Martin Donlin April 12, 2013 Martin Donlin works in glass. His piece for the Love Field Art Program relates to the physical characteristics and historical heritage of the airport. Blueprint of Flight is a glass wall mural near the terminal exit and can be viewed from the public space on the Love Landing. It features an image of Moss Lee Love, for whom the airport is named, overlaid with poetry throughout. Donlin creates works that are welcoming and accessible, with a sense of adventure.
artist Paul Marioni April 12, 2013 Paul Marioni creates art that sometimes appears to him in dreams. In Flight is a terrazzo floor installation of birds flying over a changing skyscape. A glassworker who enjoys pushing the limits of the technique, he enjoys the way glass captures light in service to the image. Paul is a Fellow of the American Crafts Council and the recipient of 3 fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts.
artist Brower Hatcher April 12, 2013 Brower Hatcher created Sky for the Love Field Art Program. A whimsical torus of intertwined fiberglass rods, the sculpture is embedded with 3000 flying objects ranging from modern airplanes and biplanes to birds, bees and clouds, with small LED chip lights that create atmospheric effects. Brower has built more than 50 public art projects throughout the U.S. He is the recipient of 3 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a Guggenheim Fellowship and an honorary Ph.D. from the State University of New York.