Pianist Peggy Reich visited our KPBX studio to discuss her new program, "Music, the Speech of Angels," that she presents this week in various north Idaho locations. She illustrates her conversation with Jim Tevenan around the topic of musical aesthetics with selections from the music used in her programs.

On Monday morning, Cellist Brady Anderson and Pianist Jasmine Nagano performed a reprise of their Winter Recital.

Their Live from the Studio performance included:

Five Pieces for Cello and Piano by Amy Beach

I. La Captive

II. Berceuse

IV. Dreaming

Song without Words, OP 109 by Felix Mendelssohn

II. Adagio affettuoso

Cello Sonata No.2 in F Major, Op 99 by Johannes Brahms


Le Grand Tango by Astor Piazzolla

This Mother's Day, pianist Hsia-Jung Chang will perform a solo recital at St. John's Cathedral. She spoke with Verne this morning, and performed in the studio to preview Sunday's program.

Tickets and more information are available through Ho Ho Teriyaki at The Flour Mill, or call (509) 326-6344.  

Kendall Feeney is a fine musician, teacher and great friend of Spokane Public Radio. Jim Tevenan invites her to the performance studio this Piano Bench for a chat, also to play and share her insights on a landmark piece of music, J. S. Bach's "Well-Tempered Clavier." Kendall's insightful and enthusiastic commentary on the music is brought to life by her own spirited playing and recorded selections by Vladimir Feltsman and Andras Schiff.

Grammy & Emmy nominated pianist & composer Philip Aaberg visits the KPBX studio at 10 a.m. in advance of his appearance tonight at the Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene. Philip has an unusual blend of classical piano, bluegrass, and blues.