Select Page

listenliveWWFM’s Noon Concert, Friday, Nov 14th, hosted by David Osenberg and Sebastian Currier, is a broadcast of The Crossing, Donald Nally, director, from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton at Wolfensohn Hall. It’s the world premiere of my recent work for them, The Consolation of Apollo, followed by David Lang, The Little Match Girl Passion.

Tonight, Thursday Nov. 13th at 10 pm, David Osenberg interviews Donald Nally and me on WWFM. The program repeats Saturday at 7 am. Just go to wwfm.org and click on Listen Live.

My notes on The Crossing’s commission of The Consolation of Apollo are here, and the Inquirer’s review of the premiere is here.

As it happens, on Saturday night, Nov. 15th, James Jordan conducts “The stars shine,” the last movement from Apollo. It’s the Westminster Williamson Voices, Bristol Chapel, Westminster Choir College, Princeton, at 8:00.

%d bloggers like this: