A New Podcast on KVCR 91.9 FM
KVCR’s Musically Speaking is hosted by Margaret Worsley
San Bernardino Valley College Associate Professor of Music, Margaret Worsley hosts KVCR’s new show, Musically Speaking which is focused on instrumental and classical music, along with music education. Musically Speaking is broadcast on 91.9 KVCR on the fourth Saturday of every month at 7:00pm and repeats the following Monday at 3:00pm.
San Bernardino Valley College Associate Professor of Music, Margaret Worsley catches up this month with leaders from three Inland Empire orchestras who tell KVCR listeners where and when to find great classical concerts in our region. Paul Ideker from the Redlands Symphony, Anne Viricel from the San Bernardino Symphony, and Virginia Blumenthal from the Riverside Philharmonic will each give us the scoop on what’s coming up for their ensembles. More information and links related to the program may be found at http://kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
This month on Musically Speaking, host Margaret Worsley speaks with Lesley Leighton, a noted conductor, music educator and singer. Leighton was named Principal Guest Conductor of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra in February. More information and links related to the program may be found at http://kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
Homegrown performers and music educators, Michael and Michele Tacchia share their love for music and each other in the February 2022 installment of Musically Speaking. More information and links related to the program may be found at http://kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
Margaret Worsley speaks with Dr. Karen Walwyn about her work, including extensive study and performance of the compositions of Florence Price. Dr. Walwyn recently performed Price’s Concerto in One Movement with the San Bernardino Symphony. More information and links related to the program may be found at http://kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
This month on Musically Speaking, we find out out about two holiday concerts planned for the Inland Empire. Margaret Worsley speaks with Maestro Ransom Wilson about his storied career and The Big Band Christmas Jam planned for the Redlands Symphony. She also talks to Maestro Tomasz Golka of the Riverside Philharmonic. Among other things, he shares information regarding the Riverside Phil’s holiday concert plans. More information and links related to the program may be found at http://kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
In this episode on Musically Speaking, Margaret Worsley speaks to Dr. Nicholas Bratcher about his new book, Rainbow Jukebox: A Concise Companion for LGBTQ+ Music Studies. Dr. Bratcher is Associate Professor of Music at Cal State San Bernardino. He wrote the book for use as a textbook to fill a void he noticed in music education. She also finds out what music educator, Paul Locke thinks about music education and how his work with students in the band room has prepared him for his current role at the district level. Locke is actively recruiting middle and high school students throughout San Bernardino City Unified for percussion ensembles to represent the district in Competitive Drumline. He also dabbles in magic! Useful links from the episode may be found on KVCR’s Musically Speaking webpage: www.kvcrnews.org/musicallyspeaking
In our debut episode of KVCR’s new monthly show, Musically Speaking, Margaret Worsley speaks with Maestro Anthony Parnther of the San Bernardino Symphony about working through the pandemic and gets information about their upcoming season back in the California Theater. She also interviews Diane Mitchell, Artistic Director with the Hemet Concert Association about their upcoming season and live music back onstage in Hemet.
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