Inside Classical Guitar
The Weekly Radio Show from the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society
HIGHLIGHTS: We listen to music of our first 2015-16 Seasonal Performer, Swedish guitarist JOHANNES MÖLLER, performing music of Agustin Barrios, Julio Regondi, Karel Craeyvanger, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and his own composition "Poem to a Distant Fire." Also announcing the evolution of our organizational structure, with new Board leadership, and our educators now working in St. Louis Public schools.
Highlights: Announcing and previewing the performers headlining the second half of the Guitar Society's 2015-16 Season! Performances by Polish guitarist Lukasz Kuropaczewski, Chinese guitarist Xuefei Yang, and the bandoneon and guitar duo of Italian musicians Giampaolo Bandini and Cesare Chiacchiaretta. An Encore Presentation originally aired June 1, 2015. See playlist attached for complete details.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS SHOW BEGINS AT 1:00
Highlights: Our Second Anniversary show for INSIDE CLASSICAL GUITAR! Recorded performances of the performers to open the Society's 2015-16 Season: Johannes Möller performs Introduction and Variations on a Theme from C.M. von Weber's opera " Der Freischütz," as well as the cadenza from the Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra by Heitor Villa-Lobos; Tanja and Darka Mirić perform Spanish Dance #2 of Enrique Granados, plus Micropieza #5 of Leo Brouwer; and assorted Brazilian music from the Brasil Guitar Duo, João Luiz and Douglas Lora. An Encore Presentation originally aired May 25, 2015.
Highlights Include: Music from 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner Participants. This is an encore presentation, originally aired June 10, 2013. It will be available here following the live broadcast from Radio Arts Foundation-Saint Louis (RAF-STL). Listen live Mondays at 7:00 pm and Thursdays at 11:00 pm on 107.3 FM, or at http://www.rafstl.org/listen/ Our show may also be heard on WSIU Public Radio Wednesdays at 8:00 pm on 91.9 FM, 91.9 HD, 90.3 FM, 88.9 FM, S.I.R.I.S. from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL 62901.
Join us this week INSIDE CLASSICAL GUITAR as we continue our series of encore presentations with the soul-stirring music of Spain! John Clayton and I learn all about flamenco from St. Louis guitarist Ronald Radford, and hear music from his CD Viva Flamenco. It will be available here following the live broadcast from Radio Arts Foundation-Saint Louis (RAF-STL). Listen live Mondays at 7:00 pm and Thursdays at 11:00 pm on 107.3 FM, or at http://www.rafstl.org/listen/
Our series of encore presentations continues INSIDE CLASSICAL GUITAR, with our fourth episode, originally aired May 27, 2013. We'll speak with St. Louis guitarists Kirk Hanser and John McClellan of the Hanser-McClellan Guitar Duo, and music from their CD's Jongo and Vida Breve.
Join us INSIDE CLASSICAL GUITAR for our third encore presentation of the summer. On this program-- originally aired MAY 20, 2013--John Clayton and I have some conversation with St. Louis guitarist and teacher Alan Rosenkoetter and his best known student, virtuoso guitarist Douglas Niedt, with music from Doug's CD Pure Magic.
Please note: This week's program is an encore presentation of the second episode of Inside Classical Guitar, first aired on May 13, 2013, when we visited with former St. Louis guitarists Douglas Back and Rodney Stucky. We'll hear music of early American guitarists William Foden and Justin Holland. It will be available here following the live broadcast from Radio Arts Foundation-Saint Louis (RAF-STL). Listen live Mondays at 7:00 pm and Thursdays at 11:00 pm on 107.3 FM, or at http://www.rafstl.org/listen/
Please note: This week's program is an encore presentation of the first episode of Inside Classical Guitar, first aired on May 6, 2013, with special guest Christopher Parkening! It aired prior to our 50th Anniversary Celebration on June 9 of that year. We play some of the legenday recordings of this best-known American guitarist, converse about his relationship to Andres Segovia, his devotion to the classical guitar, and find out the reasons for his decision to retire from the concert stage.