Crossover

Saturday, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Join Jill Pasternak every Saturday for her weekly interview show spotlighting notable music and musicians from the classical and jazz worlds - and the periphery as well!  Totally un-scripted and spontaneous, Crossover sounds like nothing else on the dial -- more like friends chatting over coffee than a broadcast interview.

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April 06, 2013

11:30 AM
Ronde Des Lutins (Dance of the Goblins) (rec. pre-1915/ Brunswick: 15022-A)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : The Definitive Collection of the 19th Century's Greatest Virtuosos
Composer : Bazzini
Label : Innovative Remaster Record
11:35 AM
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G, Op. 78: I. Vivace ma non troppo
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Huberman In Recital: New York, 1936-1944
Composer : Brahms
Label : Arbiter
11:45 AM
Symphonie Espagnole For Violin And Orchestra In D Minor, Op. 21: IV. Rondò
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Bronislaw Huberman Plays Bach, Tchaikovsky & Lalo
Composer : Lalo
Label : Mangora Classical
11:55 AM
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: I am the very model of a modern Major-General (Major-General, Girls, Pirates)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance
Composer : Gilbert & Sullivan
Label : EMI
12:10 PM
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty) (1987 - Remaster), Act II: With cat-like tread (Pirates, Policemen, Samuel)
Artist : Bronislaw Huberman
Album : Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance
Composer : Gilbert & Sullivan
Label : EMI

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Crossover
9:12 am
Sat September 1, 2007

Peter Levinson: Author

Peter Levinson, author of Tommy Dorsey: Livin' in a Great Big Way, chats with Jill about swing legend and big-band leader, Tommy Dorsey. Dorsey, and his brother Jimmy, helped define American pop music from the '20s to the '50s. You'll also hear rare recordings of the Dorsey Orchestra. Originally aired on May 27, 2006.

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4:34 pm
Sat August 25, 2007

Les Tourterelles (The Turtle Doves)

The charming duo Coco Soleil and Christiana Gallagher deliver a combination of sophisticated, yet naive, French vocal selections from the renaissance to modern day, with guitar and percussion. Originally aired November 4, 2006.

 

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9:46 am
Sat August 25, 2007

Erich Kunzel: Conductor

Erich Kunzel

Jill Pasternak hosts 2006 National Medal of Arts winner Erich Kunzel, conductor of the Cincinnati Pops. Dubbed the "Prince of Pops" by the Chicago Tribune, he's celebrating the 50th anniversary of his conducting debut. Originally aired June 18, 2006.

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11:38 am
Sat August 18, 2007

Steven Isserlis: Cellist

Steven Isserlis

Jill interviews British-born cellist Steven Isserlis. In addition to being a world-renowned musician, Isserlis is the author of two children's books that introduce children to classical music.

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2:52 pm
Sat August 11, 2007

Lang Lang: Pianist

Lang Lang Photo credit

Jill speaks with piano virtuoso Lang Lang. A child prodigy in China, he began playing when he was only two years old. He entered the Curtis Institute of Music when he was 14, and made his U.S. debut in 1998. But it was his spellbinding performance at the 1999 Ravinia Festival that catapulted him into international fame. Originally Aired April 23, 2005.

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12:15 pm
Sat August 4, 2007

Maxim Vengerov: Violinist

Maxim Vengerov

Russian violin virtuoso Maxim Vengerov chats with Jill Pasternak about his worldwide concerto and solo recital tours. A 2004 Grammy winner for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (with Orchestra) for the Britten: Violin Concerto/Walton: Viola Concerto, Vengerov has released a documentary film, Living the Dream.
Originally aired October 14, 2006.

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9:23 am
Sat August 4, 2007

Jorge Federico Osorio: Pianist

Acclaimed pianist Jorge Federico Osorio talks with Jill Pasternak about his interesting career. Born in Mexico City, he has performed with leading orchestras around the world. Although primarily a classical pianist, Osorio's recordings also include Piano Espagnol and Mexican Piano Music by Manuel M. Ponce. Originally aired on August 13, 2005.

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2:02 pm
Sat July 28, 2007

Gordon Goodwin: the Big Phat Band

This week, Jill interviews an exciting new light on the music scene. His name is Gordon Goodwin, and he has been responsible for creating a new genre of music, with his Big Phat Band?contemporary big band jazz. His newest album, The Phat Pack, highlights once again his 18 man band, made up of some of the finest studio musicians in the music world today. Inspired by the big bands of the early to mid 20th century, his new take is both nostalgic and brilliant.

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11:05 am
Sat July 21, 2007

Edith Piaf, singer

Jill remembers an icon, Edith Piaf, a Parisian singer who captured the hearts of the entire world with her passionate and earthy performances. The show was inspired by the release of La Vie en Rose, a film which was one of the centerpiece productions of the Philadelphia Film Festival, which ended last week. Mike Lerman from the Festival staff joins Jill for the show.

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11:35 am
Sat July 14, 2007

Lalo Schifrin, pianist, composer, arranger

Lalo Schifrin is Jill's guest. They'll speak about his life and career in jazz, classical, and film and TV music, and about his then-new CD, "Letters from Argentina."

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