Thursday, December 07, 2006

Flip flop

So I'm working nights the majority of this week. You won't hear me as you might normally in the afternoons on WITF.
It's different at night - should be fun with requests.

I'm also away Friday - to hear Anna Polonsky in Carnegie Hall (she's collaborating with a cellist in Zankel Hall) and then Saturday I'm interviewing two musicians for Composing Thoughts, Michael Torke and David Little. There's also a Christmas party thrown by a coworker that should be fun that night (yes I'll come back for that - hey, free beer, and what beer, Mad Elf!)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Two things:
1. You are in for a real treat on Friday. Efe Baltacigil is an amazing young cellist with whom I, a pianist, have had the pleasure of collaborating on the Philadelphia Orchestra's Chamber Music Series. By the way, the recital is in Weill, not Zankel.
2. How can one who lives outside of Philadelphia hear the interview with Torke? Will it be available on-line? As a pianist who has performed some Torke, including his very latest piano solo piece, Bays of Huatulco, and at present embarking on his Piano Concerto, I am most interested in hearing the interview.

Maestro said...

Thanks, you're right it's Weill Recital Hall, not downstairs in Zankel.
Keep an eye out for the Torke interview on the Composing Thoughts site: http://composingthoughts.blogspot.com/
It will have the airdate and link to listen online. (in late Spring/early Summer 2007)