WRCJ 90.9 FM has welcomed many guests into our Detroit studio to share their insights in the music making and sometimes even play live on the air. Take a listen.
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May 10, 2013 - John Morris Russell
The popular conductor of the Cincinnati Pops returned to our studio - and to the Windsor Symphony, where he is conductor laureate - to talk about his concerts this weekend featuring violinist Lillian Scheirich in a program of Mozart, Schubert and more.
April 25, 2013 - Arie Lipsky
Dr. Dave gets an update on the Ann Arbor Symphony from Maestro Lipsky. Hear details of the upcoming concert featuring Mahler's 6th Symphony and also what was going on with the composer at the time he wrote it.
April 25, 2013 - Lynn Harrell
Fresh from rehearsing with the DSO, Cellist Lynn Harrell talks with us on the Well-Tempered Wireless. He'll be performing Dvorak's Cello Concert at an upcoming concert. While in the studio he also describes his airline fiasco and gives us a Rachmaninov story.
April 24, 2013 - Robert deMaine
Performing this Sunday at WRCJ's Classical Brunch at The Community House in Birmingham, cellist Robert deMaine makes time to talk with Chris onThe Well-Tempered Wireless. Also, hear the finale of Sonata No.1 for piano and cello, Op.5 No.1 by Beethoven which Robert will be performing at the brunch. This interview also includes a status update on "The Dude."
April 5, 2013 - Gryphon Trio
The popular Canadian trio - Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; and Jamie Parker, piano - visited the studio with vocalist Patricia O'Callaghan to talk about the joys of playing classical music as well as jazz and pop with O'Callaghan (listen to her sing Nick Drake!). You'll also discover what a difference a bow can make.
April 5, 2013 - Andrew Grams & Karen Gomyo
Conductor Andrew Grams and violinist Karen Gomyo, in town to perform with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, visited Chris to talk about the challenges of Britten's "Violin Concerto," Mozart's "Jupiter" and on making adjustments on the fly during live performances. Karen also shares how she discovered her passion for violin and the "magic" of a Strad.
April 2, 2013 - William Bolcom
William Bolcom joins Chris to talk about the epic UMS production of Darius Milhaud's Oresteia of Aeschylus at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor this Thursday. Bolcom studied with Milhaud.
March 21, 2013 - Joan Kimball & Robert Wiemken
We have two guests from the band Piffaro, who play Renaissance music on a variety of instruments. They will be moving about the DIA, performing their music on March 22, 2013. For now, would you like to hear a crumhorn? How about a crumhorn in a bag? Then click below!
March 19, 2013 - Wes Fishwick
Michigan composer Wesley Fishwick discusses producing an album, competing in the international Tchaikovsky Piano Competition and teaching 5th grade homeroom in the Chippewa Valley district.
March 18, 2013 - Suzanne Acton & Elliot Wilhelm
Suzanne Acton, Music Director of the Rackham Symphony Choir, and Elliot Wilhelm, film curator for the Detroit Institute of Arts, talk with Chris about the upcoming "Voices of Light" performance, composed by Richard Einhorn and inspired by the silent film "The Passion of Joan of Arc."
March 15, 2013 - Ade Williams
15-year-old violinist Williams, a 2012 First-Place laureate winner in the Sphinx Competition, joined Dave Wagner to talk about music happenings in Ann Arbor and "around the world" as she prepared to perform with The Ann Arbor Symphony.
March 14, 2013 - Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
Fruhbeck de Burgos talks with Chris about Dvorak, Stravinsky and the Rite of Spring. The composer and conductor leads the Detroit Symphony Orchestra this weekend.
February 26, 2013 - Robert Franz
Congratulations to Mr. Franz who was just appointed Music Director of The Windsor Symphony Orchestra. On the day of his appointment he talks with Chris about to what is coming up and what to expect under his directorship.
February 22, 2013 - Blanton Alspaugh
The Grammy award-winning producer is in town to help the DSO record the nine Beethoven Symphonies at Orchestra Hall and gives a little of his backstory and explains what it's like working with talented artists.
February 12, 2013 - Leonard Slatkin
DSO Music Director, Leonard Slatkin explains to us how a Timpani audition works, as well what the orchestra has accomplished thus far and why they are now ready to tackle Beethoven.
January 31, 2013 - Robert Franz
Listen to our interview with Music Director for the Boise Philharmonic and Associate Conductor of the Houston Symphony Orchestra. He's here to conduct the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and is a candidate for music directorship. Listen to some history and tales from the conductor from the "Potato Mecca."
January 30, 2013 - Anthony Bonamici
Performing with the Livonia Symphony on February 2nd, pianist Anthony Bonamici stops in to talk with Chris. Although originally from Livonia, he has lived in Russia for about 18 years where he studied and now teaches. Why Russia? Learn more by clicking below.
January 17, 2013 - Mark Wigglesworth
The conductor (fresh off the plane from England) is in town to lead the DSO and crosses the alley to talk to us. Listen to his take on the geological differences of symphonies. He also answers other tough questions like, does he watch Downton Abbey?
January 15, 2013 - Erica Sanders
Ms. Sanders, Alumni Development Specialist with the Detroit Public Schools Foundation (and Pershing H.S. grad), joined Osborn H.S. grad Dave Wagner to talk about volunteer opportunities for DPS Alumni on the MLK, Jr. Day of Service on Monday, 1/21/13.
December 20, 2012 - John Morris Russell
The ebullient Music Director of The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra stopped by to talk about his latest Holiday CD, his "Home for the Holidays" concerts with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and his energetic work schdeule.
December 20, 2012 - Polyphony Youth Ensemble
Four young musicians - two Arab, two Jewish - perform Mozart live in our studio. Polyphony Foundation Founder Nabeel Abboud Ashkar talks about the program's mission to bring Arab and Jewish music students together to promote greater understanding through music. They are performing in Detroit and New York with singer/songwriter David Broza. Our musicians are: Mais Hriesh, Flute; Feras Machour, Violin; Tamar Gaon, viola; and Hagit Bar Sella, Cello.
December 12, 2012 - Project Trio
Chris talks with an interesting group, Project Trio which consists of a beat-boxing flute player, Greg Pattillo, cellist Eric Stephenson and bass player Peter Seymour who are performing at Mix @ The Max on Wednesday, December 12 at 7 p.m.
December 5, 2012 - Susanna Malkki
The Finnish conductor, in town to lead the DSO, talks with Chris about the joys of conducting modern music, breaking the "glass ceiling" at La Scala, the importance of having expressive hands, and much more.
December 4, 2012 - Tuba Euphonium Quartet
Chris manages to squeeze five tuba players and their ringleader Craig Strain into the studio for a preview of Tuba Christmas!
November 28, 2012 - Sue Mosey
"The Mayor Of Midtown" makes an appearance on The Well-Tempered Wireless to tell everyone about Noel Night happening Saturday, December 1st 5pm - 9:30pm. Stop by Midtown Detroit for some Christmas music and fun!
November 27, 2012 - Peter Oundjian
The maestro will be conducting the DSO for an evening of Russian classics like Khachaturian's Suite from Masquerade and Spartacus, as well as "Little Russian." Peter stops by our studios to talk with Chris about the upcoming concert as well as, among other things, his nerve-wracking experience at his Karajan Master Class.
November 16, 2012 - Richard Stoltzman
The acclaimed clarinetist, in town to perform for Chamber Music Society of Detroit, talks about the joy of making music, working with young musicians, playing at Pablo Casals' funeral, and much more.
November 16, 2012 - Sir Andrew Davis
Sir Andrew, in town to conduct the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, talked with Chris about the challenges of conducting operas around the world, working with instrumental soloists, and his busy work schedule.
November 2, 2012 - Jeff Tyzik
The new Detroit Symphony Orchestra Principal Pops Conductor joined Chris in the studio to talk about the genius of Marvin Hamlisch and the challenges and rewards of creating a successful season of Pops concerts.
November 1, 2012 - Laura Jackson
Laura Jackson, Music Director of the Reno Symphony and Music Director Candidate for the Windsor Symphony stop by the Well-Tempered Wireless to talk with us.
October 18, 2012 - Olga Kern
Legendary pianist Olga Kern stops by our studio during our pledge drive to talk with host Chris and fellow guest Ann Parsons to discuss prenatal learning, her connections to Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky and how she managed to win the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
October 8, 2012 - Simone Dinnerstein
Joining us from the Radio Arts Studio in Manhattan, Simone talks with Chris about her family, what life is like now that her career has taken off and details her upcoming recital at Christ Church Cranbrook..
September 27, 2012 - Joshua Bell
The superstar violinist has an upcoming performance with the DSO and stops by WRCJ to talk with Chris about, among other things, how his job is going as the Music Director For The Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields.
September 27, 2012 - Sue Mosey
The President of Midtown Detroit, Inc., Sue Mosey, joined Chris to talk about Dlectricity, 10/5 and 10/6, and other exciting happenings in Midtown Detroit.
September 26, 2012 - Lief Ove Andsnes
The Norwegian pianist has a new cd coming out, the first in a series where he tackles Beethoven's piano concertos. He talks to us from Manahattan about conducting from the piano, why Beethoven only recently entered his repetoire and more.
September 19, 2012 - Robert DeMaine
The Principal Cellist for Detroit Symphony Orchestra joined Chris to preview the new "Classical Brunch" concert series at The Community House in Birmingham. Mr. DeMaine is Artistic Director for the concert series.
September 9-14, 2012 - Maestro Week
Click here to see all the musical leaders that stopped by our studios for Maestro Week and listen to the interviews to your hearts content.
January 2009 - Marvin Hamlisch
We're saddend to learn of the passing of Mr. Hamlisch in August 2012 at age 68. We were fortunate to have him visit our studio in January 2009. Listen now as he talked about working on "The Sting," "A Chorus Line," and other hits.
July 27, 2012 - Leonard Slatkin
Leonard Slatkin appears on the Well-Tempered Wireless (as an author!), and talks with Chris about his new book "Conducting Business." Listen to him describe his musical heritage, why he wrote this book and how he began on the path of conducting.
July 11, 2012 - Carolyn Kuan and Julien Labro
Visiting the Well-Tempered Wireless are Carolyn Kuan, Music Director of the Hartford Symphony and accordionist and bandoneonist Julien Labro, both of whom are appearing with the DSO this weekend for "A Night in Brazil" and "Carmen and Other Favorite Stories."
June 12, 2012 - Laurie Eisenhower
Chris talks with the choreographer whose Eisenhower Dance Ensemble will be performing "The Rite Of Spring" at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival. Listen to her explain how she took a different approach to one of the most difficult dances she has ever choreographed.
June 6, 2012 - Neil Sedaka
The legendary artist is coming to Detroit to perform with the DSO, but first he talks with WRCJ about his classical roots, how he ended up writing pop music, making it big and his soon to be premiered New York inspired composition.
May 31, 2012 - Jeff Tyzik
Conductor/arranger Jeff Tyzik talks with Chris about learning from legends like Doc Severinsen and Chuck Mangione, his time at the Eastman School of Music and how you can make any orchestra swing!
May 23, 2012 - Maury Okun
Chris talks with Maury Okun, Executive Director of The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival which runs from June 9th through June 24th, 2012. Included in this broadcast is Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments by Igor Stravinsky which will be played closing night.
May 21, 2012 - Jim Hartway & Chris Collins
Well-Tempered Wireless host Chris Felcyn talks with two faculty memebers from Wayne State University, composer Jim Hartway and Sax player Chris Collins. The pair share details about the upcoming Detroit Torino Urban Jazz Project.
May 17, 2011 - Leonard Slatkin
The Maestro joined Chris to talk about rockin' with Kid Rock and to reflect on the current season ending this weekend and his aspirations for next season.
May 7, 2011 - Yoonshin Song
On the Well-Tempered Wireless, Chris talks with the newly appointed concertmaster of the DSO. She discusses how she ended up in Michigan, performs Paganini Caprice Op. 17 in E flat and recieves a Detroit themed gift!
May 4, 2012 - John Morris Russell
Maestro Russell stopped by "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about his final week of concerts with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and his future as Music Director of The Cincinnati Pops. Listen for his special bugle lesson!
May 3, 2012 - Leonard Slatkin and Fred Zlotkin
Musical brothers Leonard, Music Director of The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and Fred, acclaimed cellist, talking about growing up in Hollywood with famous parents who worked in the film industry. Hear about "Uncle Frank" singing a lullabye, a practical joke involving a saw, and a cello concerto for the womb. Great stuff!
April 11, 2012 - Menahem Pressler
Chris Felcyn interviewed the pianist and founding member of The Beaux Arts Trio. Click below to hear Mr. Pressler discuss teaching, his busy schedule and how he manages to have the energy for it all!
April 9, 2012 - The Jacobsen Bros. of "The Knights"
The conductor and concertmaster of the Brooklyn based Chamber Orchestra "The Knights," the Jacobsen duo stops by the Well-Tempered Wireless just hours before they have to perform next door at the Max M. Fisher Music Hall.
April 6, 2012 - Bella Hristova
Hear violinist Bella Hristova (left) play Bach live in our studio on a 1655 Nicolò Amati violin. Ms. Hristova is in town to perform at the Detroit Institute of Arts in a program of music for solo violin by Bach, Piazzolla, Paganini and others.
March 27, 2012 - Neeme Jarvi
Neeme Jarvi returns to the WRCJ studio to discuss working with the DSO, the art of conducting and... dancing?
March 22, 2012 - Interlochen's 50th
Chris talks with Kedrik Merwin, director of music at Interlochen Center for the Arts, which is celebrating 50 years of nuturing artistic excellence. The Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, Band and Choir are currently on a nationwide tour.
March 8, 2012 - Jack Everly
Esteemed conductor Everly, in town to lead the DSO's Sci-Fi Spectacular, shared stories about the differences in conducting music for Broadway shows, ballet, opera and "pops" orchestral concerts.
March 8, 2012 - John Morris Russell
Cincinnati Pops and Windsor Symphony Orchestra conductor John Morris Russell joined Chris to talk about leading the WSO in a program of Prokofiev, Mozart and Barber's Violin Concerto featuring Lara St. John.
March 6, 2012 - Craig Strain
The director of The Motor City Brass Band visits Chris to discuss, among other things, the upcoming 3rd Annual Motor City Festival of Bands.
March 5, 2012 - Teddy Abrams
Meet the new assistant conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Teddy Abrams. He's also a pretty darn good clarinetist and composer.
February 29, 2012 - Avanti Summer Music Festival
Learn about a unique opportunity for young musicians, ages 14 - 18, to train and perform with Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians. Chris talks with DSO Managing Director of Community Programs Kareem George, DSO oboist Shelley Heron, and Save Our Symphony Vice President David Assemany.
February 15, 2012 - Anne Akiko Meyers
Chris talks with the violinist on the "Well Tempered Wireless" about her new album "Air" and her two(!) Strads.
February 10, 2012 - Julian Rachlin
The violinist talks to Chris about his historic instrument, working with different orchestras and what it's like to have music composed specifically for him.
February 8, 2012 - Cindy McTee
Chris talks with composer Cindy McTee, whose "Einstein's Dream" will be featured in the DSO's upcoming "Ravishing Rachmaninoff" performance beginning Thursday, February 9th.
January 20, 2012 - Conrad Tao
Composer, Pianist, Violinist. Winner of numerous awards. And he's just 17 years old. The amazing Mr. Tao joined Chris on "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about his career to date and future aspirations.
January 18, 2012 - Helene Bouchez
Conductor Bouchez, in town to lead the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in an all-French Program, talks with Chris about her career from pianist to conductor; the passion in Franck's "Symphony in D Minor; and her desire to conduct Mahler's fifth symphony.
January 13, 2012 - Andreas Delfs
Maestro Delfs, in town to conduct the Windsor Symphony, talked with Chris about conducting Stravinsky and Strauss, the joys of playing bassoon, the perils of cell phones, and much more.
January 9, 2012 - Joshua Bell and Jeremy Denk
Violinst Bell and pianist Denk joined Chris on "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about their latest CD, "French Impressions." You'll also learn about the joys of touring and meeting a new piano in each city.
December 23, 2011 - Clemons Hellsberg
Mr. Hellsberg, President of the Vienna Philharmonic, and violinist there for many years, spoke with Chris about the different styles of Herbert von Karajan and Carlos Kleiber and his upcoming New Year's Day concert.
December 1, 2011 - Branford Marsalis
Saxophone star Marsalis joined Chris on "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about his upcoming gig with the Detroit Symphony performing works by Glzunov and Schulhoff. Branford also talks about the difference between playing classical and jazz, especially his early classical performances.
November 30, 2011 - Thomas Wilkins
The always-popular-in-Detroit Maestro Wilkins visited our studio again to talk about conducting the Detroit Symphony in a program of Bartok, Beethoven's "Symphony # 7," and two challenging works featuring acclaimed saxophonist Branford Marsalis.
November 9, 2011 - Arie Lipsky
Maestro Lipsky, music director of the Ann Arbor Symphony, dropped by "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about conducting (the A2SO will perform a concert version of "Rigoletto" and Debussey's "La Mer" on November 12). He also showed off his cello chops by performing a Bach suite live. Very cool.
October 12, 2011 - Bonstelle Theatre
Chris welcomed Wayne State University Theater Manager Alex Goodman into the studio to talk about "Noises Off," the comic production playing at Detroit's Bonstelle Theatre October 14-23. Through the magic of the "HAL90.9000" super computer, we were able to connect with avatars of two of the play's characters, Lloyd Dallas and Dotty Otley.
October 7, 2011 - Michel Camilo
Chris welcomed the award winning pianist and composer to "The Well Tempered Wireless," so that Mr. Camilo could talk about the premiere of his Second Piano Concerto, which he will perform with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
October 4, 2011 - Nan Washburn
The Music Director of The Michigan Philharmonic stopped by to talk about "Girls Night Out" and other upcoming musical events.
October 3, 2011 - Volodymyr Shesiuk
As part of our "Batonapalooza" - interviews with Music Directors - Maestro Shesiuk spoke with Chris about upcoming Livonia Symphony concerts as well as his early days in the Soviet Union.
September 23, 2011 - Victor Goldberg
The Russian-born Israeli pianist was in town for a solo recital with the Vivace Music Series and visited us on "The Well Tempered Wireless."
August 27, 2011 - Jeff "Tain" Watts
Drummer Watts - Artist in Residence for the 2011 Detroit Jazz Festival talked with John Penney on "JazzFest Detroit."
August 12, 2011 Windsor Symphony Orchestra
Windsor Symphony Orchestra Wind Quintet member Denise Root Pierce stopped by Chris' Midday Wireless show to play her French Horn and tell us about their free outdoor concerts. She was joined by WSO's Shelley Sharpe. Learn more here.
July 7, 2011 - Windsor Symphony Orchestra
WSO Oboist Faith Scholfield stopped by to talk about the Windsor Symphony's series of free summer concerts.
June 20, 2011 - The Jasper Quartet
The Jasper Quartet - J Freivogel, violin; Sae Chonabayashi, violin; Rachel Henderson Freivogel, cello; and Sam Quintal, viola - stopped by The Well Tempered Wireless to perform live (Beethoven) and to talk about the challenges and joys of playing new music as well as the classics. They were in town to perform at the 2011 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival running June 11 - 26.
June 14, 2011 - Jeremy Denk
Pianist Jeremy Denk joined Chris Felcyn on "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk about Beethoven, Ives, blogging and much more. Jeremy was in town to perform at the 2011 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival running June 11 - 26.
June 7, 2011 - Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival
Vocalists Daniel Gross and Lauren Skuce spoke with Chris about their performances at the 2011 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, running June 11 - 26.
June 1, 2011 - Cantata Academy Chorale
Members of the Canata Academy Chorale stopped by "The Well Tempered Wireless" to perform live and to tell Chris about their 50th anniversary celebration.
May 12, 2011 - Peter Oundjian
Peter Oundjian, Music Director of the Toronto Symphony is guest conducting the DSO this week and gave us a preview of the program, which includes Mozart, Messiaen, Stravinsky and Ravel's Bolero.
May 11, 2011 - Charles Burke
Charles Burke, Artistic Director of the DSO's Civic Youth Ensembles stopped by The Well-Tempered Wireless to talk with Chris about their upcoming season finale, including a Star Wars spectacular.
April 4, 2011 - Arild Remmereit
Conductor Arild Remmereit, in town to lead the DSO, talks with Chris about Shostakovich, Sibelius and much more.
May 3, 2011 - Ms. Rita Davis
Detroit School of Arts Principal Davis talks with Chris about the May 5 "Principal's Showcase" concert featuring vocal and instrumental music, dance, theatre and other performances by her high school students.
April 20, 2011 - Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
Maestro Frühbeck de Burgos stopped by "The Well Tempered Wireless" to talk with Chris about leading the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in Schumann's heroic Symphony No. 3, Haydn's popular "Military" Symphony No. 100 and a suite from one of the 20th century's greatest operas, Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier.
April 6, 2011 - Charles Burke & DSO Civic Symphony
Maestro Burke talks with Chris Felcyn about the April 10 Civic Youth Orchestra concert featuring the USAF Rampart Winds. The program includes music by Beethoven, Mozart, Gould and others.
April 5, 2011 - The Mack Sisters
Duo Pianists (and sisters) Yuki & Tomoko Mack stopped by the Well Tempered Wireless to talk with Chris about their charity concert for the victims of the Earthquake in Japan on April 17 at the Steinway Gallery in Commerce Twp.
April 3, 2011 - Johnny Trudell
Detroit trumpeter and bandleader Johnny Trudell visited Chris Felcyn in "The Listening Room" to talk about life on the road with Paul Anka and other highlights in a distinguished career.
March 24, 2011 - Hilberry Theatre
Andrew Papas (Homer) and Sara Hymes (Candy) stopped by Chris' show to talk about The Hilberry Theatre's production of "The Cider House Rules - Parts 1 & 2." The show runs March 31 to May 14.
March 15, 2011 - The Princeton Nassoons
The famed college a cappella group was in town for a benefit at The Children's Center and sang on Dave Wagner's morning show.
March 14, 2011 - Laurie Eisenhower
Laurie Eisenhower, founder of the Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, joins Chris Felcyn to talk about the twentieth anniversary of the dance company and their upcoming performance,“Motown in Motion,” at the Detroit Opera House.
March 10, 2011 - Festival of Bands
Hear Chris' conversation with Motor City Brass Band Director Craig Strain and enjoy a clip from last year's Festival of Bands - a five-band blowout with 300 musicians on stage. Cool!
March 3, 2011 - Classical Roots
DSO Civic Symphony conductor Charles Burke and Civic violinist Candice Smith visited Chris Felcyn in the studio to preview an important 3/5/11 fundraiser for the DSO "Classical Roots" series. Also there - and performing live -- were members of the Detroit School of Arts "Visions" male vocal ensemble under the direction of Ms. Cheryl Valentine. Outstanding!
February 18, 2011 - Leonard Statkin
Chris Felcyn welcomed Maestro Slatkin into the studio to discuss his upcoming concert with the DSO Civic Youth Ensemble performing works by Liszt and Respighi. Also hear about filling in on short notice for an ailing Ricardo Muti.
February 3, 2011 - Anthony Bracewell & John Morris Russell
Rising young violinist Anthony Bracewell stopped by Chris Felcyn's midday program with Maestro Russell to play live on a 1576 Amati violin (left), which he used for Mozart's violin concerto No. 3 in performances with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
January 26, 2011 - Hunter Muldoon
Detroit Public High School (Renaissance HS) junior Muldoon performs on the Marimba live during Chris Felcyn's Well-Tempered Wireless program. Muldoon is winner of the 2011 Schrock Interlochen Scholarship Competition for DPS students. Competition judge Ben Pruitt and Hunter's dad Brian are also on hand. Hunter recently got his arm out of a cast. Amazing!
January 14, 2011 - John Morris Russell & Jan Lisiecki
Windsor Symphony Music Director Russell brought young piano phenom Lisiecki by to speak with Chris Felcyn about playing Mozart, working with conductors, and much more.
January 12, 2011 - Frederic DeHaven
Chris Felcyn talks with Oakland Choral Society Director Frederic DeHaven about his career, Rachmaninoff's Vespers and much more.
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