Composer and Pianist Gregg Kallor to Appear on WWFM's CADENZA, 6/22
Composer and pianist Gregg Kallor, a recipient of the Aaron Copland Award for composition, is an artist who eloquently "speaks" the musical languages of both classical and jazz. His latest recording A Single Noon, a tableau of life in New York City, told through a combination of composed music and improvisation was released in April 2013.
Kallor's first album, There's a Rhythm, features his jazz trio with bassist Chris Van Voorst Van Beest and drummer Kendrick Scott. "Kallor can carry a poetic mood right to the edge of sorrow, always sounding lyrical and moving" (The Hartford Courant). His second album, Exhilaration, features his song-settings of poems by Emily Dickinson, William Butler Yeats, Christina Rossetti and Herschel Garfein sung by mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala. For more information, visit www.greggkallor.com.
David Osenberg is the host for "Cadenza" which airs each Saturday at 3 pm on WWFM The Classical Network. The program features conversations with regional, national and international performing artists including today's leading soloists, conductors and composers. For more, go to: www.wwfm.org.
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