Grawemeyer Players

Brett Dean (2009 winner) – Three Caprichos after Goya (2003-04)
I. Que sacrificio! (What a sacrifice)
II. Dios la perdone: Y era su madre (For heaven’s sake; and it was her
mother)
III. No te escaparás. (You will not escape)
Stephen Mattingly, guitar

Witold Lutoslawski (1985 winner) – Grave (“Metamorphoses,” 1981) cello and piano
Paul York, cello, Krista Wallace-Boaz, piano

Peter Lieberson (2008 winner) - 3 Songs from
“Rilke Songs” (1997-2001) for voice and piano
O ihr Zärtlichen
Blumenmuskel, der der Anemone
Stiller Freund
Edith Tidwell, soprano, Naomi Oliphant, piano

Sebastian Currier (2007 winner) – Verge (1997) violin, clarinet, and piano (Wallace-Boaz, piano)
I. Almost Too Fast
II. Almost Too Slow
III. Almost Too Mechanical
IV. Almost Too Dark
V. Almost Too Light
VI. Almost Too Fractured
VII. Almost Too Much
VIII. Almost Too Little
IX. Almost Too Calm
Patrick Rafferty, violin, Dallas Tidwell, clarinet, Krista Wallace-Boaz, piano

[podcast]http://archive.wuol.org/LunchClass/20100303LunchClass.mp3[/podcast]

Kentucky Opera

OH FREEDOM! is a production of Kentucky Opera that introduces audiences to the operatic art form by celebrating African-American cultural history through song from pre-slavery to modern times. Kentucky Opera Studio Artists Erica Cochran, Phillip Morgan and Naoko Suga performed live on Lunchtime Classics.

[podcast]http://archive.wuol.org/LunchClass/20100210LunchClass.mp3[/podcast]

Joyce Yang, Piano

Gargoyles by Lowell Liebermann

Carnaval, Op. 9 by Robert Schumann

[podcast]http://archive.wuol.org/LunchClass/20100203LunchClass.mp3[/podcast]

University of Louisville Collegiate Chorale

University of Louisville Collegiate Chorale

Kent Hatteberg, conductor

Austin Echols, accompanist

Selections from Verdi’s Requiem

Four Reveries  William Hawley

I: Echo

II: Remembrance

Twelfth Night, Op. 42  Samuel Barber

Drop in the Ocean    Ēriks Ešenvalds

The Battle of Jericho   arr. Moses Hogan

Listen here.