KCSC’s Spotlight on the Arts host Brad Ferguson ushers in one last show of the 2012 season this Thursday at 10 a.m. live from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Brad’s guest will be Zach Tanner from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who will be talking about “Joy to the World: A Musical Christmas Celebration” scheduled this Saturday.
Spotlight on the Arts features four guests this Thursday, December 13. at 10 a.m. Host Brad Ferguson will chat with: Matthew Haire and Janet Romanishin, Arioso Consort; Brian Hearn, OKC Museum of Art, film weekend; Terry Attebury, “One Incredible Moment,” First Presbyterian Church, Edmond; and Cynthia Wolf, Adelante Gallery, Paseo (artwork pictured).
Spotlight on the Arts host Brad Ferguson visits with guests: Judith Willoughby, OCU, Christmas Vespers; Cynthia Howell, Oklahoma Community Orchestra, Christmas concert; John Blackwell, Oklahoma Choral Artists, Christmas concert; Robert Mills, OKC Ballet, “Nutcracker;” Kerry Barnett, Windsong Chamber Choir, Christmas concert; Boyd Fees, Kemp Series, Handel’s “Messiah;” Vicki Schaefer, OKC Master Chorale, Christmas concert; and Byron Chambers, OKC Museum of Art, Project Screen. Thursday at 10 am
Brad Ferguson’s Spotlight on the Arts guests this week include: David Warren, Norman Singers, “It’s About Time” Christmas concert; Shannon Hurleigh, UCO, “Boogie, Woogie Christmas;” Randi Von Ellefson, Canterbury Baroque Christmas; Judith Willoughby, CYC Christmas concert; Rhonda Clark, Carpenter Square, “The Last Romance;” Michelle Winters, OKC Philharmonic, Pops Christmas concert; Chandra Boyd, OKC Museum of Art; Dr. Dennis Dunham, author; and Frank Ragsdale, OCU, Surrey Singers.
Spotlight on the Arts airs this week from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Thursday at 10 a.m. Brad will be chatting with: Brian Hearn and Alison Amick, OKC Museum of Art; Jonathan Beck Reed, City Rep, “The Normal Heart;” Erin Woods, Reduxion Theatre, “Richard III;” Michelle Winters, OKC Philharmonic, Classics 3; Robert Cooper, Oklahoma Youth Orchestra; Norman Ballet Oklahoma, “The Nutcracker; and Ben Niles and John Allen, OCU Symphony Orchestra/Distinguished Artist Series.
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