KBAQ Heart of the Arts

this family has the right idea, all right- listening to Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona IS a great way to start off a sunday-- but they're way overdressed.  there's no need to put on your sunday best to enjoy the great baroque-era music on 89.5 FM & kbaq.org; heck, you can wear pajamas if you want-- we won't mind!  Sunday Baroque, 6-10 AM.

Sunday, February 16, 2:30pm, ASU Professor of Cello, Thomas Landschoot, is joined by Tokyo String Quartet first violinist Martin Beaver and USC Professor of Piano Kevin Fitz-Gerald for an intimate performance of chamber music at the Tempe Center for the Arts. K-BACH's Sterling Beeaff catches up with Thomas about the concert and the Sonoran Chamber Music Series.
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A team of talented local musicians, led by composer and flautist Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer, launch "oh my god, my body, my ears!" a 10-hour marathon concert celebrating new and daring music, Saturday,February 15th from noon to 10pm at The Trunk Space in Phoenix. K-BACH's Jane Hilton chats with Elizabeth about the effort.
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The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art 2014 Spring Exhibition,The 5 Senses, features five works of art that inspire wonder and awe, and includes Artist Janet Cardiff’s riveting sound installation, “The Forty Part Motet". The installation includes a reworking of “Spem in Alium”—the masterpiece composed in 1575 by English Composer Thomas Tallis. K-BACH’s Sterling Beeaff chats with SMoCA curator Claire Carter.
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Recently, violinist Karen Gomyo returned to perform Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in e minor with The Phoenix Symphony. The Avery Fisher Grant recipient had a brief interview with K-Bach's Sterling Beeaff, and shared why she cherishes Mendelssohn's masterpiece.
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