May 29, 2009

Marc Overton suggests what to see over a May weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. Overton interviews Jack Terricloth, lead vocalist of a postmodern cabaret about Hungarian Peter Lorre called “Addicted to Bad Ideas” performed at Spoleto this year. J.S. Bach inspired an endless list of composers, but who inspired Bach? Jennifer Foster talks with Andrew Megill, conductor of the Westminster Choir and the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, about Dieterich Buxtehude, Bach’s inspiration, and a Spoleto performance of three movements of his Membra Jesu Nostri. The interview is followed by a recording of movement III. Guest Washington Post and New York Times critic Tim Page comments on a particularly special concert at the Spoleto Festival and his expectations about subsequent ones. Virtuoso mandolinist Chris Thiele briefly remarks on mandolin repertoire. Marc Overton addresses theatre during the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. Flutist Tara Helen O'Connor and viola/violinist Daniel Philips talk with Jennifer Foster about their marriage, musical communication, and of course playing great chamber music together. The interview is followed by a performance of the Flute Quartet in D Major by Mozart including O’Connor and Philips. Overtones: Marc Overton remarks on why the Spoleto Festival must take place at one particular time of the year… and laundry in Charleston.
Marc Overton suggests what to see over a May weekend in Charleston, South Carolina.



Overton interviews Jack Terricloth, lead vocalist of a postmodern cabaret about Hungarian Peter Lorre called “Addicted to Bad Ideas” performed at Spoleto this year.



J.S. Bach inspired an endless list of composers, but who inspired Bach? Jennifer Foster talks with Andrew Megill, conductor of the Westminster Choir and the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, about Dieterich Buxtehude, Bach’s inspiration, and a Spoleto performance of three movements of his Membra Jesu Nostri. The interview is followed by a recording of movement III.



Guest Washington Post and New York Times critic Tim Page comments on a particularly special concert at the Spoleto Festival and his expectations about subsequent ones.



Virtuoso mandolinist Chris Thiele briefly remarks on mandolin repertoire.



Marc Overton addresses theatre during the Piccolo Spoleto Festival.



Flutist Tara Helen O'Connor and viola/violinist Daniel Philips talk with Jennifer Foster about their marriage, musical communication, and of course playing great chamber music together. The interview is followed by a performance of the Flute Quartet in D Major by Mozart including O’Connor and Philips.



Overtones: Marc Overton remarks on why the Spoleto Festival must take place at one particular time of the year… and laundry in Charleston.
















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