Highlights include: Music by Upcoming Performers for the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society's 2013-14 50th Anniversary Season!
Episode One of Four entitled "The Segovia Lagend." Highlights Include: Early recordings of the legendary Andres Segovia performing music of Joaquin Malats, Frederico Moreno-Torroba, J.S. Bach, Enrique Granados, Francisco Tarrega, Alexander Scriabin, and concluding with Manuel Ponce.
Program Highlights: Part 2 of 4 Episodes on The Segovia Legacy. Music by Frederico Moreno-Torroba, performed by Segovia; Music by Oscar Espla, Jose Antonio de San Sebastian, Jaime Pahissa, and Raoul Laparra,composed FOR Andres Segovia, performed by Martha Masters; music composed BY Andres Segovia, performed by Eliot Fisk.
Program Highlights: The third Installment Continues and this week ends with the Concierto del Sur by Manuel Ponce.
Highlights: We preview the guitarist Jason Vieaux, and listen to music from, and related to, his upcoming St. Louis program on September 28. The show features music of J.S Bach, and his collaboration with flutist Gary Shocker; a Preview of the Nocturnal, as composed for Julian Bream; and music by Pat Metheny, as interpreted by Jason Vieaux.
Join Bill Ash and John Clayton for discussion and music from Bill's attendance at the 2013 Guitar Foundation of America convention in Louisville, KY, and a visit to the Tavern of Fine Arts in St. Louis, where we speak with the proprietors Aaron Johnson and Matt Daniels. Listen this Monday evening 7-8 pm, at 107.3 FM, 96.3 HD2, or stream it live at rafstl.org. The show is then archived in the "RAF Radio Show" webpage.
Our inaugural show features an Interview with legendary American Guitarist Christopher Parkening, who discusses his recent retirement from the concert stage, his connection to Andres Segovia, the pursuit of excellence, and an overview of his life choices as contained in his autobiography "Grace Like A River."
Musical Selections from the fifteen albums released over his performing career.
Program Highlights for August 12, 2013: Our Fourth and Final Installment of The Segovia Legacy, includes classic guitar favorites Asturias by Albeniz,Homenaje on Death of Debussy by De Falla, Pavana and Canarios by Sanz, Recuerdos de la Alhambra by Tarrega, and Fantasia para un Gentilhombre by Joaquin Rodrigo.
Highlights Include: Wonderful music by the Jim McCutcheon-Mark Twehues Duo, for oboe and guitar from their album Moscow Nights. Music of Tchaikovsky, Kchataturian, Kabalevsky, and more. Also children's music from A Day with the Guitar Man by the host of The Intimate Guitar on Dayton Public Radio, Jim McCutcheon!
Highlights include: A preview of music from all of the upcoming performers during the Society's 50th Anniversary Season. Music from Fabio Zanon, William Kanengiser, the Festival of Four, Ana Vidovic, Duo Noire, and Jason Vieaux.