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Studio 865/Flipside is WUOT's monthly program featuring regional music and musicians, hosted by Todd Steed. Studio 865 showcases live performance either in the studio or live around town and beyond.
A co-production of WUOT and UTTV Comcast Channel 194
February's show features The Lonetones. The band has grown into one of Knoxville's most creative outfits, blending a diverse array of styles with the heart firmly at the center. We'll have Cecilia Miller on the Flipside. The local cellist-in-demand brings in an eclectic mix of goodies for your ears.
Produced by WUOT's Allan Ellstrom and features recent concerts recorded in and around the Knoxville area.
(Note: The "playlist" link, with drop-down menu, on the Full Schedule page, shows only those cd's played as "Bands in Review." )
Monday, Sept. 30, 2013:
Westminster Choir/Joe Miller, conductor
WEELKES: Gloria in Excelsis Deo
HAMMERSCHMIDT: Heilig ist der Herr
RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, Op. 37-Come, Let Us Worship
CYRILLUS KREEK: Psalm 104-Bless the Lord, O my soul.
HANSSON: Psalm 13-Lighten Mine Eyes
GRETCHANINOFF: Gladsome Light
DANIEL ELDER: Seven last Words from the Cross
ERIKS ESENVALDS: Long Road
Recorded broadcasts of the most recent season of the Knoxville Symphony and Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestras air July thru September.
During the 'live' performance season of the orchestra (September thru May), WUOT airs programs on selected Tuesday evenings.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
KNOXVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
James Fellenbaum, conductor
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