Podcasts

Andrés Cárdenes - Apr 23, 2008

Pittsburgh Symphony Concertmaster and Guest Conductor Andrés Cárdenes talks about his PSO concert featuring Hindemith's Concert Music for Strings and Brass, Schumann's "Rhenish" Symphony and Mozart's Violin Concerto #3 with guest soloist Chee-Yun.

Actor Stacy Keach - Apr 22, 2008

Actor Stacy Keach talks about "A Love Like No Other," featuring poems and love letters by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and her husband Robert; and about his upcoming role as Nixon in the national tour of "Frost/Nixon."

Choreographer Derek Deane - Apr 16, 2008

Choreographer Derek Deane describes his full-length ballet "Alice in Wonderland," as he stages its North American debut with Pittsburgh Ballet Theater.

The Capitol Steps - Apr 16, 2008

Elaina Newport of The Capitol Steps talks about songs for the 2008 presidential campaign, the comedy troupe's history, their creative process, and politicians they miss.

Poet Jan Beatty - Apr 9, 2008

Jan Beatty, Pittsburgh poet, writing professor, and host of WYEP's "Prosody" talks with Jim Cunningham about her new book, "Red Sugar." She reads poems and talks about her themes: place, nature, work, class, family, body, sex and love.

Rick Sebak: Invented, Engineered & Pioneered in Pittsburgh - Apr 9, 2008

Rick Sebak previews "Invented, Engineered & Pioneered in Pittsburgh," his new Pittsburgh History Series special on the ingenuity of Pittsburghers, from those who created Fort Pitt and the Ferris Wheel to the latest researchers in computers and robotics. Premiere: Apr10.

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