Remembering Michael Tunnell

Michael Tunnell, a local musician and good friend of Classical 90.5 passed away this morning after a battle with cancer. Throughout his career, Tunnell recorded several albums, usually with other Louisville musicians and composers. He taught at the University of Louisville and was awarded the title of Distinguished Teaching Professor of Music and Scholar.

Michael Tunnell performed several times for Classical 90.5’s Lunchtime Classics, most recently with his trumpet studio and friends in Kentucky Baroque Trumpets, as well as with his wife Meme.

From his performance in October:

From a 2002 performance of Michael and Meme Tunnell on Lunchtime Classics:

2014 Holiday Choral Festival Broadcast

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Tune in on Christmas Day at noon for the 2014 Holiday Choral Festival broadcast. Here’s a link to the HCF14_Program (1).

Ballard Madrigal Singers on Lunchtime Classics

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Listen to the entire performance:

Watch highlights:

Lux Aeterna: New Album from Christ Church Cathedral

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Robert Bozeman and the musicians of Christ Church Cathedral Episcopal, in downtown Louisville, have released a new album called “Lux Aeterna.” The CD explores different facets of light, through solo and choral music from Hildegard of Bingen to modern composers like Kevin Oldham. Listen below to some clips from the album:

Lunchtime Classics: Ballard Madrigal Singers

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Join us for Lunchtime Classics with the Ballard Madrigal Singers, this Wednesday at noon. Members can reserve a lunch by calling (502) 814-6565. Doors open at 11:45am.