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Coming Up Next on Voicebox -- Linguistic Gymnastics!

Friday, April 12, 2013


NEWSFLASH! COMING UP ON MAY 29 IN SAN FRANCISCO: DOGFISH HEAD CRAFT BREWERY AND PUBLIC RADIO'S VOICEBOX PROUDLY PRESENT "DRINKING/SONGS: A NIGHT OF BEER AND THE MUSIC THAT GOES WITH IT." FIND OUT MORE HERE.


Composer Mason Bates, who has written song cycles for Chanticleer and is currently affiliated with the San Francisco Symphony, talks about how composers tackle setting texts indifferent languages.


The show airs on Friday, April 19, from 10-11pm at 91.7 FM. Or listen in anytime this week via KALW's on demand online local music player. 91.7 fm or www.kalw.org.

If you missed last week's show, it is available on demand via kalw's online music player throughout this week. Click here and scroll down to the VoiceBox link to access the latest broadcast.



Check out a sneak video preview of the show here!




















This episode of VoiceBox has been generously underwritten by the San Francisco Symphony, presenting Matthias Goerne and Christoph Eschenbach in Recital, performing Schubert's Winterreise, April 28 at 7pm at Davies Symphony Hall.










This week's edition of VoiceBox has also been generously underwritten by the San Francisco Girls Chorus, presenting Santos, a world premiere oratorio written by Gabriela Lena Frank and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Nilo Cruz, at 8pm on Friday May 3 at Mission Dolores Basilica. The Old World and the New, faith and fate, conquest and colonialism are the themes of this evening-length work. Inspired by prominent women in Latin American folk spirituality, Santos breaks new ground in choral music.  Guest artists include Berkeley Symphony, conductor Joana Carneiro, soprano Jessica Rivera and mezzo soprano Rachel Calloway.  Tickets are available through City Box Office at 415-392-4400 or www.cityboxoffice.com. For more information, visit www.sfgirlschorus.org.





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