While Handel is best known for The Messiah and his Italian operas, his most inspired dramas are quite possibly his English oratorios. Dispensing Baroque operatic structures and cliches, these oratorios are extraordinarily varied and colorful masterpieces that require massive choral forces. Tune in to Saturday Night At The Opera to hear Saul, his epic detailing the Biblical king and his doom. In this 2012 recording...
Tune in to Live Constructions this Sunday, November 22 from 10-11 pm for an exclusive in-studio set and interview with Charley Sabatino and Lauren Lee of the Velocity Duo. The show will feature an in-studio improvised performance from the Velocity Duo.
The Velocity Duo is a cutting edge, spontaneously composed vocal/bass duo featuring Lauren Lee, vocals, and Charley Sabatino, bass. The duo's debut album, "Dichotomies" is a set of inviting, lyricless stories that encourage the listener
Tune in this Sunday from 2pm to 7pm to listen to a live interview with Brazilian jazz pianist Dom Salvador [include link to his website http://www.domsalvador.com/. He will be performing at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall on November 28 in a concert celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Rio 65 Trio [include link to the concert
Tune in starting this Saturday, November 21, for a 30-hour broadcast of Coleman Hawkins' music in celebration of his 111th birthday anniversary! In addition to a full 24-hour preemption on his birthdate, November 21, we are extending the broadcast through 6am on Sunday, the 22nd, thereby preempting Saturday Night at the Opera and dedicating the normally scheduled Jazz 'Til Dawn program to the music of Coleman Hawkins. As one of the first