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Did you hear Orion Weiss and other Seattle Chamber Music Society festival artists on our recent KING FM live broadcasts? Since 2012 the Seattle Chamber Music Society and Classical KING FM have also been collaborating on a series of podcast with SCMS Festival artists. These 45 minute-programs are musically illustrated with recordings by our podcast guest artists and with repertory performed at the SCMS Winter Festival. These are lively and wide-ranging conversations recorded in front of a live audience in Soundbridge at Benaroya Hall. Our guest on the January 26, 2017 session was Orion Weiss. The pianist has long been a favorite performer at the Seattle Chamber Music Society, presenting memorable solo performances, ensemble collaborations and acrobatic four-hands piano performances with his wife, SCMS artist Anna Polonsky. Our conversation ranged from Orion’s deep regard for the sense of hospitality SCMS provides for its musicians, to his fascination for composers writing around the time of the First World War, to his unusual experience as touring pianist with a troupe of Austrian marionettes! Orion appears as soloist with orchestras the like the Chicago Symphony, New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony--- he performs with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and at distinguished international festivals. His impressive catalogue of recordings runs from baroque to 21st century repertory. Our podcast session features an exclusive preview of music by Granados, Janacek and Scriabin that will be featured on Orion’s upcoming recording.
This is a collection of old tape recordings I found in my Grandparents house. These were the only tape recordings I could find of my grandparents music. I have tried to remaster them the best I could with my limited experience. The tapes were in pretty bad condition and many of the original recordings were warped and recorded too high and have a lot of distortion. My grandparents were musicians, not studio engineers... Most of these were recorded with a small tape recorder between 1978-1980. Lavon sang in a college trio (remastered from a pretty destroyed 78 sometime in the 30's or 40's). She also played the piano and organ. Wayne sang, played the accordion and guitar. Some were of my grandfather singing in church, some were rehearsals and some were just them having fun playing music for their grandchildren.