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Kansas City Chorale on Classical KC

Artistic Director Charles Bruffy, Soprano Lindsey Lang and Tenor Frank Fleschner discuss what it's like to win a grammy and about what they're up to this fall.

Repertoire:

Prayer, Rene Clausen

All-Night Vigil, Op. 37: Lord, Now Lettest Thou Thy Servant Depart, Sergei Rachmaninoff

All-Night Vigil, Op. 37: Gladsome Light, Sergei Rachmaninoff

O vos omnes, Rene Clausen

Requiem for Fallen Brothers: Rock of Ages, Alexander Kastalsky

Requiem for Fallen Brothers: Requiem Aeternam, Alexander Kastalsky

Sanctus, Michael McGlynn

Passion Week, Op. 58: Behold, the Bridegroom, Alexander Grechaninov

Passion Week, Op. 58: Gladsome Light, Alexander Grechaninov

Magnificat, Rene Clausen

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Dawn Schnake
Stephen joined KCUR in October 2000 as the station's host of classical music. After working in the arts for ten years, Steigman made a somewhat associated switch to public radio. Stephen also worked for a number of orchestras and performing arts organizations - including the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center, the Jerusalem Symphony in Israel, the Albany Symphony in New York, and the Aspen Music Festival. Stephen's love of public radio started at a young age when "shushed" by his father who wanted to listen to top-of-the-hour NPR news without interruption. His appreciation increased during high school, college (and beyond) with programs such as Car Talk, Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Performance Today.