Michael Feinstein http://wrti.org en An Instant Conductor, A (Very) Big Baggage Fee And One 'Stroppy' Symphony http://wrti.org/post/instant-conductor-very-big-baggage-fee-and-one-stroppy-symphony <ul><p><li>In the aftermath of Marvin Hamlisch's death, <a href="http://www.npr.org/artists/15441319/michael-feinstein" target="_blank">Michael Feinstein</a> is taking the reins at the Pasadena Pops in California as the group's lead conductor. Here's the twist: Feinstein has <a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/culture/la-et-cm-feinstein-pasadena-20120818,0,3015779.story" target="_blank">never conducted</a> before. "He's a musician's musician, and that's what our orchestra responds to and respects," says Paul Jan Zdunek, the CEO of the Pasadena Symphony Association. Fri, 24 Aug 2012 15:26:00 +0000 editor 4342 at http://wrti.org An Instant Conductor, A (Very) Big Baggage Fee And One 'Stroppy' Symphony A 2010 Live Interview With Marvin Hamlisch And Michael Feinstein http://wrti.org/post/2010-live-interview-marvin-hamlisch-and-michael-feinstein <p>He was one singular sensation who left an indelible impression on American popular song. The late, legendary composer Marvin Hamlisch was Jill Pasternak&#39;s guest on <em>Crossover</em> in December, 2010 along with his friend and colleague, singer/pianist Michael Feinstein. Nobody did it better...</p><p>http://youtu.be/SaV-6qerkqI</p><p></p> Thu, 09 Aug 2012 15:20:04 +0000 Jill Pasternak 2464 at http://wrti.org A 2010 Live Interview With Marvin Hamlisch And Michael Feinstein