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Live from Studio Q

Live from Studio Q

Classics with Brian Hannah brings you “Live from Studio Q”: free performances featuring visiting virtuosos in the Master Series and rising stars in the Young Artist series! Members of the Studio Q live audience at 8425 Peach Street get an up-close-and-personal concert experience in the intimate performance hall of WQLN Radio, plus the opportunity to meet the musicians! Studio Q performances are always free and open to the public, so we hope to see you there. Or tune in to 91.3FM for the live broadcasts. You can also find WQLN Radio live online.

Upcoming Performances

January 17, 2020

Tessa Lark

Violinist Tessa Lark, recipient of a 2018 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship and a 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, Silver Medalist in the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, and winner of the 2012 Naumburg International Violin Competition, is one of the most captivating artistic voices of our time. A budding superstar in the classical realm, she is also a highly acclaimed fiddler in the tradition of her native Kentucky. Since making her concerto debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at sixteen, Ms. Lark has appeared with dozens of orchestras, festivals, and recital venues including Carnegie Hall, Ravinia, San Francisco Performances, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, the Buffalo Philharmonic, and Marlboro Music. Highlights of her 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons included multiple performances of two works for violin and orchestra written for her: Love Letter by bassist-composer Michael Thurber, and Sky, a bluegrass-inspired concerto by Michael Torke premiered and recorded with the Albany (NY) Symphony Orchestra. Additional recording projects include a fantasia-themed album including Ms. Lark’s own Appalachian Fantasy and works by Telemann, Ravel, Kreisler, and Schubert; Invention, a debut album of the violin-bass duo Tessa Lark & Michael Thurber that comprises music of J.S. Bach along with non-classical original compositions; and a genre-bending disc in collaboration with such artists as multi-instrumentalist/composer Jon Batiste and American fiddling legend Michael Cleveland. Recent and upcoming activities include Australia’s Musica Viva festival—a four-concert engagement highlighted by a duo collaboration with bassist/composer Edgar Meyer—and debuts with the Seattle and Indianapolis symphonies. Scheduled for May 2020 is a Lincoln Center recital debut on its prestigious Great Performers Series. Ms. Lark is a graduate of New England Conservatory with an Artist Diploma from The Juilliard School. She plays a ca. 1600 G.P. Maggini violin on loan from an anonymous donor through the Stradivari Society of Chicago.

 Friday, January 17 at Noon
Join us live at the WQLN Studios, listen live on 91.3FM, or listen live online.

March 6, 2020

Mary Bowden

Classical Trumpeter and Gold Medal Global Music Award Winner Mary Elizabeth Bowden has been described by Gramophone Magazine as “brilliant” and “radiant in new repertoire for trumpet.” Bowden is highly regarded for her artistry and virtuosity as a soloist, and has been praised for the clarity, purity and power of her sound. Bowden’s 2019-20 performance highlights include the premiere of Vivian Fung’s Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra with the Erie Philharmonic and Anchorage Symphony. Bowden is a founding member of the Seraph Brass. Seraph Brass, 1st Prize Winner of the 2019 American Prize in Chamber Music, was the guest ensemble at the 2019 International Trumpet Guild Conference in Miami, was the featured ensemble at the International Women’s Brass Conference in 2017, and at the Lieksa Brass Week in Finland in 2017 and 18.

 Friday, March 6 at Noon
Join us live at the WQLN Studios, listen live on 91.3FM, or listen live online.

March 27, 2020

Douglas Jurs

“As impressive as a teacher as he is a performer,” (The Telegraph, Calcutta) pianist Douglas Jurs has performed as soloist and chamber musician throughout North America, Europe, and beyond. Currently in his third year as Assistant Professor of Music at Allegheny, Dr. Jurs continues an active performance schedule this year that includes a tour of China with violist Lauren Burns Hodges, a world premiere recording project and recital with clarinetist Matthew Nelson, and his annual solo recital in spring semester. He is also looking forward to a collaboration with the Allegheny Dance and Movement Studies department in April featuring selections from John Cage’s “Sonatas and Interludes, and coordinating the first “Unusual Combinations” Piano Competition at Allegheny in November 2017.

 Friday, March 27 at Noon
Join us live at the WQLN Studios, listen live on 91.3FM, or listen live online.

April 3, 2020

Mark S. Doss

Grammy Award winner, Mark S. Doss has sung with the major orchestras of San Francisco, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago and Toronto, while additionally performing 95 roles with more than 60 major opera companies around the world, including Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, the Vienna State Opera, London’s Covent Garden, San Francisco Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Canadian Opera Company. Mr. Doss begins the current season with a Masterclass & Recital at the University of Florida in Orlando, while concluding the previous season with Méphistophélès in Faust at the Dorset Opera Festival in the UK and Balstrode in Peter Grimes with the Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Italy. Mr. Doss has been presented with the prestigious Entertainment Award from Planet Africa, which recognizes his achievements as an artist with the reputation of being a positive role model for youths, both in Canada and in the United States. His ongoing Role Preparation Masterclass, fundraising efforts for opera companies and orchestras, as well as volunteering for church soloist and cantor opportunities are among his many endeavors in continuing to give back to the community.

 Friday, April 3 at Noon
Join us live at the WQLN Studios, listen live on 91.3FM, or listen live online.

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