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Music show related posts from Aspen Public Radio

Composer and AMFS CEO Alan Fletcher in conversation with composer Bill Morrison about their double commission, On a winter's night a traveler.

  Today is Friday, July 31st. I’m Chris Mohr.Patrick Summers conducts the Aspen Chamber Symphony today at 6 in the Benedict Music Tent in Brahm’s 1st Hungarian Dance, Chopin’s 1st Piano Concerto with Nikolai Lugansky, a Haydn scene and aria featuring soprano Susanna Phillips, and the Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn.

  Today is Thursday, July 30th.Pianist Hung-Kuan Chen will give a master class at 10 this morning in Harris Concert Hall.At 10:30, it’s Tunes and Tales at the Pitkin County Library, a free and fun program for children ages 4-9 accompanied by an adult.Today at noon at the Aspen Community Church, there’s a free Spotlight Recital.Chapel Chamber Music takes place today at 4:15 at the Aspen Chapel. Admission is free.

  Today is Wednesday, July 29th. Aspen Public  Radio is in its Pledge Drive, and you can show your support by calling us at 920-9000.Today at noon at Christ Episcopal Church, composer Steven Stucky and librettist Jeremy Denk will discuss their opera The Classical Style with Aspen Music Festival and School Music Director Robert Spano and AMFS President and CEO Alan Fletcher.

  Today is Tuesday, July 28th. Aspen Public  Radio is in its Pledge Drive, and you can show your support by calling us at 920-9000.At 10:30 today, it’s Tunes and Tales at the Basalt Regional Library, a free and fun program for children over 3 accompanied by an adult. Listen to enchanting stories along with classical favorites performed by AMFS students...

  Today is Monday, July 27th. Aspen Public  Radio is in its Pledge Drive, and you can show your support by calling us at 920-9000.The Benedict Music Tent is the venue for today’s 6pm Chamber Music program, featuring works by David Sampson, Francaix, Johsson (yon-son), and the Horn Trio of Brahms, a work written to commemorate the composer’s mother and composed for the subdued sonority of the natural horn....

  Chris Mohr interviews Aspen Music Festival luminaries including flutist Nadine Asin, composer Steven Mackey and student pianist Angie Zhang.

  Host Chris Mohr talked with Aspen Music Festival and School President and CEO Alan Fletcher as well as Asadour Santourian, Vice President for Artistic Administration and Artistic Advisor, about the entire 2015 AMFS season. Then we chat with cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han about their recital (which opens this year's Festival) and their work with students here.

  AMFS Music Director and Conductor Robert Spano in conversation with host Chris Mohr. Also, a member of the Takacs Quartet, as well as a conversation with composer Alan Fletcher.

  Tom Buesch (Bush) presents a free listener’s Master Class on The Baroque Violin today at 12:30 at Crossroads Church.

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