Despite the pandemic, the husband and wife rockabilly duo of Travis and Becky Koester, who call themselves The Time Burners, have released some new tracks. We get a listen and hear how the past year affected the pair and their work.
Today's Sound Perimeter with University of Arkansas Music Professor Lia Uribe celebrates the various identities of women in music during Women's History month. The segment includes performances of "if you lived in your body" by Chrysanthe Tan and "Four on the Floor" by Libby Larsen.
Local jazz and hip-hop fusion band Honey Collective released new music earlier this year, and they have plans for more music as the year progresses. We speak with Honey Collective's Walter Ferguson about the new music, and about how the past year of pandemic conditions affected the band's plans.
This week's Sound Perimeter, hosted by University of Arkansas Music Professor Lia Uribe, features works performed by talent at the U of A. We'll hear Vincenzo Bellini's "Eccomi in lieta vesta" by soprano Moon-Sook Park with Anne Rye on piano, Rafael Antonio Aponte's "Clarita" with Catalina Ortega on flute and Miroslava Panayotova on piano, and Noelia Escalzo's "Malevos" performed by Jaden Adkins, Jessica Thompson, Sara Remoy, Cole Crawford and Connor Gott, all on bassoon.
On this week's edition of Sound Perimeter, University of Arkansas Music Professor Lia Uribe introduces us to virtuosos Valentina Lisitsa as she performs Sergei Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43 on the piano, Santiago Canon Valencia as he performs Niccolo Paganini's Caprice No. 24 on the cello, and Victor Wooten as he performs The Lesson on the bass.