Podcasts

Richard Rauh - Apr 9, 2014

WQED-FM's Jim Cunningham has a conversation with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra patron Richard Rauh.

Anne Metzger Conversation - Apr 9, 2014

Jim Cunningham talks to Carnegie Science Center Co-Director Anne Metzger.

Robert Moir - Music 101 - 4/7/14 - Apr 7, 2014

Robert Moir, Senior Vice President of Artistic Planning & Audience Engagement of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra discusses the next Music 101 discussion. The topic is how to put a music season together.

Trio Nova Mundi - Apr 3, 2014

Pittsburgh's Trio Nova Mundi performs music by mostly American composers in its local debut. Founded at Rice University by violinist Maureen Conlon Gutierrez, the trio recently toured Africa and will perform April 6th at the First Unitarian Church in Shadyside. Gutierrez, pianist Becky Billock and cellist Elisa Kohanski talk about the program for their upcoming concert.

Kathleen George on "The Johnstown Girls" - Apr 2, 2014

University of Pittsburgh Professor of Theater and Writing, Kathleen George, talks about her new book "The Johnstown Girls."

Hugh Masekela - Mar 30, 2014

Trumpeter, flugelhornist, cornetist, composer and singer Hugh Masekela popularized music from his native South Africa in the 1968 hit "Grazing in the Grass" and later on Paul Simon's Graceland tour, which helped to focus attention on apartheid. Masekela has shared the stage with icons of pop and jazz, and studied classical trumpet in the US. He spoke with QED's Jim Cunningham just before a March 30 Pittsburgh concert in the week of his 75th birthday.

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