Highlights

KUVO programming highlights!

Anita O'Day

Mar 17, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today.

Renee Rosnes

Mar 16, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today. 

Ellyn Rucker Pianist

Mar 15, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today.

Regina Carter

Mar 14, 2017
NPR

Violinist Regina Carter is a highly original soloist whose sophisticated technique and rich, lush tone took the jazz world by pleasant surprise when she arrived in New York from her native Detroit. And jazz fans weren't the only people who heard that mercurial quality in her playing: artists as diverse as Faith Evans, Elliot Sharp, and Mary J. Blige have employed her talents on their recordings, as has filmmaker Ken Burns on his soundtrack for The Civil War. More info courtesy of All Music.

Vinyl Vault | Rainer Bruninghaus: “Freigeweht”

Mar 13, 2017

This week’s Vinyl Vault will feature a 1981 album by keyboard player Rainer Bruninghaus, “Freigeweht” (meaning free-blown). This ECM release marked Bruninghaus’ debut as a leader after working with Eberhard Weber for a number of years. Bruninghaus is joined by Kenny Wheeler on flugelhorn, Jon Christensen on drums and Brynjar Hoff on oboe and English horn. Tune into the Vinyl Vault with Geoff Anderson, Tuesday evening at 8:30 on KUVO 89.3/kuvo.org.

 

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