May 28, 2009

Hosts Marc Overton and Jennifer Foster chat about Charleston, South Carolina and its nickname, the “Holy City.” Subsequently, Foster announces and previews conductor Emmanuel Villaume’s Thursday night performance of Gustav Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde ("The Song of the Earth") by the Spoleto Festival Orchestra. Marc Overton announces Piccolo Spoleto's three-day celebration of the life and poetry of James Dickey. His widow Deborah Dickey offers a reading of the late poet’s “The Lifeguard.” Next, Joseph Flummerfelt conducts Spoleto’s Westminster Choir in a beautiful rendition of Stephen Foster’s Beautiful Dreamer. Founder of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth introduces a concerto for viola (Hsin-Yun Huang), strings, and harpsichord by Georg Philipp Telemann. Critic Jack McCray discusses Italian musicians and their influence in the Jazz world. Next, Marc Overton interviews Italian Jazz pianist Ramberto Ciammarughi about his debut performance in the United States. Then, pianist Joseph Rackers performs Bach’s Prelude and Fugue #9 from Book II of The Well-Tempered Clavier. Overtones: Hosts Marc Overton and Jennifer Foster converse about the audience at Spoleto and its nature as a group of critics.
Hosts Marc Overton and Jennifer Foster chat about Charleston, South Carolina and its nickname, the “Holy City.” Subsequently, Foster announces and previews conductor Emmanuel Villaume’s Thursday night performance of Gustav Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde ("The Song of the Earth") by the Spoleto Festival Orchestra.



Marc Overton announces Piccolo Spoleto's three-day celebration of the life and poetry of James Dickey. His widow Deborah Dickey offers a reading of the late poet’s “The Lifeguard.” Next, Joseph Flummerfelt conducts Spoleto’s Westminster Choir in a beautiful rendition of Stephen Foster’s Beautiful Dreamer.



Founder of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth introduces a concerto for viola (Hsin-Yun Huang), strings, and harpsichord by Georg Philipp Telemann.



Critic Jack McCray discusses Italian musicians and their influence in the Jazz world. Next, Marc Overton interviews Italian Jazz pianist Ramberto Ciammarughi about his debut performance in the United States. Then, pianist Joseph Rackers performs Bach’s Prelude and Fugue #9 from Book II of The Well-Tempered Clavier.



Overtones: Hosts Marc Overton and Jennifer Foster converse about the audience at Spoleto and its nature as a group of critics.




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