Music

Music show related posts from Aspen Public Radio

  On today's Festival Showcase, Chris Mohr interviews the very thoughtful pianist Conrad Tao, a singer in the Cole Porter Revue on Wednesday, and the Skyros Quartet as they transition from students to full-fledged professionals.

    Chris Mohr interviews pianist Conrad Tao, mezzo-soprano Alexandra Urquiola, and the Skyros Quartet.

  Lots of great events during this final weekend of the Aspen Music Festival’s 66th season.

  Today is Thursday, August 20th. Today at 10 in Harris Concert Hall, Yoheved (VAY-duh) Kaplinsky gives a piano master class.

  Today is Wednesday, August 19th.Today’s High Notes at noon in Paepcke Auditorium features pianist Conrad Tao and violinist Stefan Jakciw discussing the rise to stardom and maintaining a balanced life and career. Admission is free.

  Today is Tuesday, August 18th.A free Spotlight Recital takes place today at noon in the beautiful Aspen Chapel.At 1 in Harris Concert Hall, Donald Weilerstein, father of cellist Alisa Weilerstein, gives a violin master class.

  Today is Monday, August 17th.Today at 10:15 is your last chance this season to take a free guided tour of the Bucksbaum Campus. Meet at the Administration Building.The summer’s last free guided backstage tour of Benedict Music Tent and Harris Concert Hall takes place today at noon. Meet on Tent Plaza in front of the Tent.

Three Pulitzer prize-winning composers: host  Steven Stucky and interviewees Jennifer Higdon and Shulamith Ran in conversation about their upcoming performers and the composing process.

  Host Chris Mohr interviews pianist Vladimir Feltsman about his recitals honoring Russian composers inspired by Scriabin and Shostakovich whose works were suppressed by the Stalin regime and are relatively unknown in the West. 

  Today is Friday, August 14th.Violinist Joshua Bell performs double duty tonight at 6 in the Benedict Music Tent, conducting the Aspen Chamber Symphony in works of Mendelssohn and Beethoven, and playing the Mendelssohn Concerto.This morning at 10:30 at Castle Creek I on the Bucksbaum campus, Orli Shaham returns with her free acclaimed interactive concert, Baby Got Bach, for kids ages 3-6 accompanied by an adult.At 10 tomorrow in the Wheeler Opera House, it’s the opera scenes master class with the up and coming stars of the Aspen Opera Theater Center.The final Music on the Mountain concert of the season will be presented tomorrow at 1 at the top of Aspen Mountain. A gondola ticket or strenuous hike required.

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