Editorial Staff

Hear the entirety of the Fort Smith Chorale's winter concert titled "How Great Our Joy" in this on-demand stream. This live recording took place November 30 , 2017, at the First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith. The chorale is directed by William M. Cromer with accompanist Gaye McClure.

The Ozark Natural Science Center, located between Eureka Springs and Huntsville, has been a leading resource in nature eduction for 27 years. The ONSC provides classes mostly for grade-school kids, but also offers adult field courses and facility rentals. The center sits in the middle of 15,000 acres of wildlife management area for students to explore and learn about nature in the Ozarks. 

An annual tradition, the KUAF giving tree is back for a 7th year. This holiday season, we are proud to support the Bentonville group PEARL, which works with the Benton county drug and veteran courts to help participants reenter the community. The non-profit needs non-perishable food for their food pantry as well as general household and hygiene items.

Founder, Karen Slater sat down with Pete Hartman to talk about PEARL's mission to help former addicts find a fulfilling life without drugs or alcohol. For more information visit arpearl.org.

Woman in Water

The Arkansas New Music Ensemble will perform Composer Michael Daugherty’s song cycle "Labyrinth of Love" (2012) with soprano Moon-Sook Park on Dec 1. The ensemble is a University of Arkansas project led by director Jamal Duncan. 

University of Arkansas

The University of Arkansas New Music Ensemble incorporates students from across the music department and focuses on performing recent compositions. This week, Ensemble director, Jamal Duncan, sat down with KUAF's Katy Henriksen to preview the upcoming performance.

The concert is Friday Dec. 1 at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center. Visit music.uark.edu for more information.