Brad’s guests this week on KCSC’s Spotlight on the Arts include: Lemuel Bardeguez, Oklahoma City Community College, Vishten; Shane Granger, Armstrong Auditorium, Step Crew and Jubilant Sykes (pictured); Martha Pendleton, Sigma Alpha Iota, concert; and Edwin Day, Christ the King Church, organ concert by Brent te Velde.
This week KCSC Spotlight on the Arts host Brad Ferguson chats with David Johnson, Brightmusic, “Three Exotic Trios;” Kelsey Karper, OVAC, “Momentum: Art Doesn’t Stand Still;” Steven Smeltzer, UCO, “Sing For Your Supper;” Lacy McCleary, Chamber Music in Oklahoma, concert; Randi Von Ellefson and Judith Willoughby, Canterbury Choral Society, “Experiences with Sound,” and children’s youth chorus; and Karen Coe Miller, OCU, “The Mother of Us All.”
KCSC’s Spotlight on the Arts, live from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Brad Ferguson will speak with Mike Waugh, Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, “Red Vs. the Wolf;” Matt Mailman, OCU Distinguished Artists Series; Michelle Winters, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, violinist Rachel Barton Pine (pictured); David Pettyjohn, Oklahoma Humanities Council; Micheal Bendure, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, “A Century of Magic: The Animation of the Walt Disney Studios;” and guests representing Paseo District.
Join KCSC Spotlight on the Arts host Brad Ferguson this Thursday at 10 a.m. as he joins this week’s guests: David Herendeen, Oklahoma City University, “Tales of Hoffman;” Shane Granger, Armstrong Auditorium, The Chieftains; Boyd Fees, First Presbyterian Church Kemp Series, chamber music concert; and Lemuel Bardeguez, Oklahoma City Community College Fine Arts Series, “Doubt.” (pictured)
KCSC’s Brad Ferguson will be talking to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s Leslie Spears about the Museum’s two new exhibits. He will also be talking to Cynthia Howell, Oklahoma Community Orchestra; Ben Nilles, OCU Orchestra; pianist Virginia Campbell; and Shane Granger from Armstrong Auditorium. (photo: Miro Quartet, scheduled to appear at Armstrong with cellist Lynn Harrell). Tune in to Spotlight at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 16.
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