Friday, March 15, 2013

Music For Life Episode 33 - Joseph Flummerfelt, Jazz Ensemble, Time For Three

Joseph Flummerfelt
Joseph Flummerfelt
In this week's episode of Music For Life, we talk to Choral Director Greg Ristow about an upcoming visit by a bright star in the world of choral conducting, distinguished alumni Dr. Joe Flummerfelt, '58...

senior music student Alex Diaz throws his iPod away...

we answer a question never asked about guest conductors and big orchestras...

Time For Three visits the DePauw School of Music Recording Studios
Time For Three visits the DePauw
School of Music Recording Studios
Dan Foster gives us a peek at the program for Monday's Jazz Ensemble concert...

and hot off the heels of their electrifying performance and two-day residency, the members of Time For Three stop into the studio to tell us about working together in today's classical music world!

In this episode's Five Minute iPod segment, we hear a portion of the second movement, Adagio sostenuto, from Sergei Rachmaninoff's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in C Minor, op. 18, performed by the Moscow RTV Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Vladimir Fedoseyev, with soloist Yekaterina Sarantseva.

From the CD "O Magnum Mysterium" by The Westminster Choir under the direction of DePauw alum Joseph Flummerfelt, performs Benjamin Britten's Festival Te Deum.

Time for 3 performs their piece "Philly Phunk" during a convocation in Thompson Recital Hall on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.

Rounding out the show is Time for 3 and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Miguel Harth-Bedoya, performing Jennifer Higdon's Concerto 4-3, from The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's CD Take 6.

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