Open Air

Thursdays at 1pm
hosted by David Latulippe
David Latulippe

KALW’s weekly magazine of All Things (culturally) Considered, hosted by David Latulippe. 

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3:28pm

Tue March 13, 2012
Open Air March 15

Open Air March 15

Jeremy Denk

Alan talks with pianist Jeremy Denk, who is playing a featured role in the san Francisco Symphony's American mavericks Festival, performing music of Henry Cowell and Lukas Foss. He also talks with Russell Blackwood, Artistic Director of Thrillpeddlers, about their revival of "Hot Greeks," the 1972 Cockettes'  musical comedy.

6:59pm

Wed March 7, 2012
Open Air March 8

Open Air March 8

Alan talks with composer and performer Meredith Monk, who is participating in the San Francisco Symphony American Mavericks Festival, and with Michael Gene Sullivan, who is directing "Julius Caesar" for the African American Shakespeare Company. Dianne Keogh also stops by to talk about some recent cultural events.

6:45am

Wed March 7, 2012
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American Maverick Meredith Monk

On this week's Open Air, Alan Farley talks with composer and performer Meredith Monk.  Monk has a prominent role in the San Francisco Symphony's American Mavericks Festival.  He also visits with Michael Gene Sulllivan, who is directing "Julius Caesar" for the African American Shakespeare Company.   Here the broadcast anytime this week via KALW's Local Music Player.

7:02am

Tue February 28, 2012
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Lou Harrison's "World of Music"

Alan Farley talks with filmmaker Eva Soltes about her documentary "Lou Harrison - A World of Music," which will premiere at the Castro Theatre next week.  Hear the Open Air broadcast anytime this week here.           Thursday at 7pm, the filmmaker talks with Eric Jansen on Out in the Bay.

10:55pm

Mon February 27, 2012
Open Air March 1

Open Air March 1

Eva Soltes

Alan talks with filmmaker Eva Soltes about her documentary "Lou Harrison - A World of Music," which has its premiere next week at the Castro theatre. Ronald Chase also stops by to talk about recent cultural events.

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