Beethoven

StudioTulsa
5:52 pm
Mon March 24, 2014

Getting to Know the Elias String Quartet, Which Will Soon Appear in Tulsa

Aired on Friday, March 21st.

The Elias String Quartet --- currently comprised of Sara Bitlloch, Donald Grant, Martin Saving, and Marie Bitlloch --- is one of the more widely acclaimed "younger" quartets on today's classical scene. They perform around the world, collaborating with many different artists across a range of styles and backgrounds; they formed in 1998 at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

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StudioTulsa
3:37 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

The TSO Begins Its New Season with Beethoven and Adler, and with Philip Mann as Guest Conductor

Aired on Friday, September 6th.

Tomorrow night, Saturday the 7th, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will begin its new season with a 7:30pm concert at the Tulsa PAC. On the program, a pair of timeless Beethoven works, Leonore No. 3 and Symphony No. 5, as well as two pieces from the outstanding contemporary composer, Samuel Adler, each of which will be presented in its world premiere: Violin Concerto and Song Cycle. This special evening will also include two guest artists, the soprano Sarah Coburn and the violinist Siwoo Kim.

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StudioTulsa
12:21 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

The Tulsa Symphony Turns "Orange" with Dylana Jenson and David Lockington

Aired on Friday, April 5th.

On this installment on ST, we are pleased to welcome the classical-music husband-and-wife team of violinist Dylana Jenson and conductor-cellist David Lockington. Both will appear as special guests tomorrow night (Saturday the 6th) at the Tulsa PAC's Chapman Music Hall at 7:30pm, which is where and when the Tulsa Symphony will present its final "classics concert" of the current season; Jenson will be the Guest Soloist and Lockington, the Guest Conductor.

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StudioTulsa
11:14 pm
Thu March 1, 2012

"The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824" (Encore presentation.)

[Aired on Wednesday, February 29th.] (Note: This show originally aired last year.) Today we speak with the music historian, writer, and educator Harvey Sachs, whose latest book, just out in paperback from Random House, is "The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824." It's a fascinating, in-depth, and wonderfully readable account of the creation and reception of one of the world's immortal pieces of music: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.

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