Live and Local

WILL - Live and Local - May 12, 2010

“Hangin’ at the Hangar;” Student Playwrights Outreach Theater

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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(Duration: 52:07)

The 3rd annual "Hangin' at the Hangar" 1940s style big band dance happens this Saturday in Rantoul, with Bud Vandiver's band and the Sande Hackel Orchestra. Jon and Sue Hanson will join Sande on the Wednesday edition of "Live and Local," when we'll also hear about Student Playwrights Outreach Theater, in Urbana Thursday night.


WILL - Live and Local - May 11, 2010

Arcadia Chamber Players

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(Duration: 54:18)

The Arcadia Chamber Players are an all-female group who play chamber music of the past three centuries as well as works by lesser-known composers, especially women. They'll give their spring concert this weekend in Urbana, and they'll be my guests on the Tuesday edition of "Live and Local." We'll hear samples of their work, including some live playing in the studio.




WILL - Live and Local - May 06, 2010

Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony; Rantoul Theatre Group’s production of A Few Good Men

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(Duration: 44:29)

This Saturday, the Sangamon Valley Youth Symphony will present its spring concert in Springfield, with all five ensembles performing. Their music director, Richard Haglund, will be my guest on the Thursday edition of "Live and Local." I'll also welcome cast members of Rantoul Theatre Group's production of Aaron Sorkin's play A Few Good Men for some live scenes. NOTE: The second audio clip contains more of my conversation with Richard Haglund, which didn't make it into the broadcast. Enjoy!


WILL - Live and Local - May 05, 2010

Ozomatli; Tatsu Aoki; the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra

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(Duration: 53:57)

On the Wednesday edition of "Live and Local," we'll hear about three groups playing in the evening at the Krannert Center in Urbana: Ozomatli, a band from East LA that mashes many styles of danceable music; Tatsu Aoki, who leads an improvisational fusion of Japanese music and jazz; and the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, playing Smetana, Mozart and Tchaikovsky. NOTE: The second audio clip is the rest of my conversation (quite extended) with Wil-Dog Abers, bassist with Ozomatli--including where he got his own name--which didn't make it into the broadcast.


WILL - Live and Local - May 04, 2010

Milton Scott director of the Opus 24 spring concert by the Decatur Choral Society; Dawn Harris

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(Duration: 46:33)

The Decatur Choral Society will present the Opus 24 spring concert on May 11. On the Tuesday edition of "Live and Local," I'll chat with Milton Scott, director of Opus 24, and we'll hear some of their music. I'll also talk with Dawn Harris about Wednesday's musical theater cabaret concert at the University of Illinois in Urbana.


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