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The Future Of Old Instruments

Host

Stephen Steigman

Guests

Trilla Ray-Carter, Artistic Director & cello

Anthony Maglione, Conductor & Composer

Program

O Ye Tender Babe

by Thomas Tallis

Performed by Charles Metz on a 1590 Virginal

Sonata Sopra “La Monica” for two violins and basso continuo

by Biagio Marini

William Bauer, Monty Carter, violins

Trilla Ray-Carter, cello,

Rebecca Bell, Harpsichord

Live performance, July 2018

Te Deum Laudamus, K. 141

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The William Jewell College Concert Choir

The Kansas City Baroque Consortium

Anthony Maglione, conductor

Live performance, 2016

Sinfonia in D minor, No. 22 for violin, cello, and harpsichord and

theorbo

by Alessandro Stradella

Zsolt Eder, violin

Trilla Ray-Carter, cello

Jeffrey Noonan, theorbo

Live performance, July 2019

Passacaille from Trio Sonata in G major, op. 5, no. 4

by George Frideric Handel

William Bauer, violin

Monty Carter, violin

Trilla Ray-Carter, cello

Rebecca Bell, harpsichord.

I Am Silent

Setting of poem by Rumi

by Anthony Maglione

Setting of poem by Rumi

Live performance, August 2018

Vocalists: Sarah Anderson, Hannah De Priest, Jay Carter, Anthony Maglione, Sam Anderson, and Joshua Lawlor

Leighann Diahl Ragusa and Dorothy Glick Maglione, baroque flutes

Sarah Cranor, Monty Carter, baroque violins

Nell French, baroque viola

Victor Penniman, viola da gamba

Trilla Ray-Carter, baroque cello

Jeffrey Noonan, theorbo

Rebecca Bell, harpsichord

The Frogge

by John Dowland

Performed by Charles Metz on a 1590 Virginal

You can learn more about The Kansas City Baroque Consortium at kcbaroque.org

You can learn more about Anthony Maglione at anthonymaglione.com

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 Trilla Ray-Carter and Anthony Maglione
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Trilla Ray-Carter and Anthony Maglione
The Kansas City Baroque Consortium performing "I Am Silent" by Anthony J. Maglione at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2019
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The Kansas City Baroque Consortium performing "I Am Silent" by Anthony J. Maglione at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2019

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.
Sam Wisman