I interviewed Bo Diddley in 2006 prior to a concert appearance here in Madison. He had a lot to say about his career and the music industry. Not all of it good. Click on the title above to hear the interview.
Tonight you will hear the entire factotum soundtrack along with sensible haircuts by the Bin Min In its entirety. If you miss any of it please check it out on the archive the link is on the right side of the screen
Friday November 23 2:30 and 7 pm Oakwoods Village-University Woods Auditorium The Oakwood Chamber Players with Navan in a program called “A Celtic Christmas: Christmas Lights”. A Celtic Christmas: Christmas Lights will feature a mix of vocal and instrumental music as the groups perform creative interpretations of familiar music that is spirited and expressive of […]
5:09: “Lullaby” (1919) performed by the Cincinnati Pops conducted by Erich Kunzel. 5:18: “Three Preludes” featuring George Gershwin as piano soloist (recorded in London by Columbia in 1926). 5:25: Overture to the 1926 musical “Oh, Kay”. John McGlinn conducts the New Princesss Theatre Orchestra. 5:33: Concerto in F featuring piano soloist Roy Bargy with […]
Thursday, November 15 5:30 pm at the University Club, 5:30 pm Arts Outreach and the University Club invite you to enjoy a three course dinner followed by a performance by the Wingra Woodwind Quintet A cash bar service and hors d’ oeuvres will begin at 5:30 followed by a three course meal at 6:30 and […]
5:09: Ferrucio Busoni’s arrangement of J.S. Bach’s prelude “Come Now Savior of the Heathen” (BWV 569) and Chaconne from Partita for Solo Violin (BWV 1004) performed by pianist Anna Gourari. These selections are from her new CD “Canto Oscuro” on the ECM label 5:31: Háry János Suite (first performed in 1926) by Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967) […]