Alan talks with conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini and pianist Olivier Cave, who are making their debuts with the San Francisco Symphony this week. The program consists of Haydn's Symphony No. 104, Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25 and Mozart's Symphony No. 39.
Alan's guests are song stylist Paula West, who is celebrating her new CD with a concert at Herbst Theatre on Saturday, and baritone Torlef Borsting, who is singing the role of Giorgio in Opera San Jose's production of Verdi's "La Traviata." Peter Robinson also stops by to talk about recent cultural events.
Host Alan Farley talks with vocalist Paula West about her new CD “Live at Jazz Standard” recorded with the George Mesterhazy Quartet, and with baritone Torlef Borsting, who is singing in the San Jose Opera production of La Traviata.
Alan talks with Josiah Polhemus, Artistic Director of Stagebridge and playwright Joan Holden about the world premiere of her play "Counter Attack," that the company is presenting. He also talks with Lucy Gaymer about the Mostly British Film Festival, which opens tonight.