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In this issue: Kid friendly finds, the new Director of the Kimbell, Beethoven visits the Fort Worth Symphony, Matt Erikson leaves us and more

Dallas / Fort Worth •

WRR Classical 101.1 FM

Broadcasting in all-digital

A Monthly publication For Friends of WRR

August 2009

Your Ticket to the Picnic Picnic baskets, coolers and blankets are welcome. Concessions Before you pack up those lawn chairs and coolers from your summer vacations, you’ve got one last party to attend! WRR kicks off the Arts will be available. WRR promotional items will be available at WRR’s booth Season with the 15th Annual Picnic in the Park presented by WRR and and at many of our sponsors’ booths. Kim Campbell, executive director of the DWS says “we love playthe DFW Mercedes-Benz Dealers Sunday, Sept. 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dallas Arboretum. You won’t want to miss this FREE evening of jammed- ing under the stars, the Picnic in the Park is always a magical time for us.” At press time, WRR would like to thank The Highlands Bank, Repacked family fun. There’s one change this year: you’ll need a FREE ticket to get into tirement Rescue Advisors, McShan Florist, ARTA Travel & Smithsonian the Arboretum. But not to worry, WRR’s Journeys, Research Across America and Skintastic for helping us present this year’s ‘Picnic Ludwig Van will be all over the metroplex with your FREE ticket to the Picnic. Just in the Park’. Please make sure you stop by their booths and thank them for their support of stay tuned to WRR, call 214-670-8888 or visit to learn where we’ll be this annual family event. Arboretum admission and parking are next. free after 5:30 p.m. but you must have a ticket. The Dallas Wind Symphony For more information, stay tuned to WRR, call (DWS) concert at 7 p.m. features classic 214-670-8888 or visit patriotic pieces, some movie and rock favorites, as well as a few surprises. FolThe Dallas Arboretum is at 8525 Garland Rd. (MAPSCOTM 37-U) on the eastern lowing the concert, the Dallas Internashores of White Rock Lake. The grounds are tional Film Festival will show the familywheelchair and stroller accessible and in-garfriendly favorite ET: The Extra Terrestrial at approximately 8:30 p.m. Dallas Wind Symphony at last year’s Picnic in the Park. den tram service is available.

The Winspear’s taking shape in Dallas Arts District

Wild about the Wyly by Adriana Bate

by Kevin Pytcher Members of the WRR announcing staff recently donned hard hats for a guided tour of the work that’s been done to the Winspear Opera House, part of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) that’s now under construction. The facility is named for Margot and Bill Winspear, who donated $42 million to the DCPA. Although it will hold up to 2,300 patrons, the venue is designed to seat audience members within about 90 feet from the stage, so patrons will enjoy a meaningful proximity with the performers. When WRR stopped by, construction workers were taking great care in crafting a world-class opera house. Crews hand-sanded the wooden sides of the box seats. Others were performing electrical work with precision. Another army of workers was toiling in the already hot midmorning sun, working on the exterior of the building. The Dallas Opera, Texas Ballet Theater, Lexus Broadway Series and the Brinker International Forum will call the Winspear home when it is completed. Additionally, TITAS will become the resident fine arts presenter at the Center and will feature performances in all of the Center’s venues. Another section of the building, the Nancy Hamon Education and Recital Hall, will seat audiences up to 200, and will be used for classes, rehearsals, meetings and other events, according to information posted on the DCPA web site. Fans have to wait only until Oct. 12 for the grand opening of the Winspear Opera House. A week long celebration, complete with performances and lectures, will ring in the new facility and others within the DCPA. WRR listeners will be treated to all the opening night buzz as we broadcast the Dallas Opera live from the Winspear Opera House October 23 for the first major production inside the Margaret McDermott Performance Hall.

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The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Grand Opening is mere weeks away and the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre will be part of the opening celebrations. The theatre, with seating for 600, has as its cornerstone the ability to change its shape – almost literally allowing performances to take place in a traditional proscenium or thrust configuration or in a more unconventional performing space. The Wyly Theatre will be home to the Dallas Theater Center (DTC), the Dallas Black Dance Theater, and the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico. The building’s unique flexibility allows these companies to present very different productions in rotation and this “quick-change artistry” will also allow touring presentations to come in for one or two performances, without disrupting productions already in-house. The first major production in the space will be the DTC’s staging of Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mismatched lovers and quarrelling fairies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, opening October 24.   DTC’s Artistic Director Kevin Moriarty expressed his enthusiasm for “this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to move into a stunning, cutting-edge theater building and celebrate the culmination of the Arts District, where we will be able to collaborate with our Dallas Theater Cenartistic peers, reach out to new audiences, ter’s Kevin Moriarty and bring the local and national communities together to share conversations about our world and our lives.” For more information about the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, visit the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts web site at www.


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Kimbell Museum’s new Director Dr. Eric McCauley Lee

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The Kimbell Art Museum named Dr. Eric McCauley Lee as its new director in January. WRR was pleased to host Dr. Lee last month at the WRR Music Lounge in One Arts Plaza last month. Just days into settling in to the new appointment, Dr. Lee announced the acquisition of Michelangelo’s The Torment of Saint Anthony. The painting is believed to be the earliest example of his work produced when Michelangelo was 12 or 13 years old and one of only four known easel paintings from the artist. Dr. Lee commented, “The acquisition of this rediscovered work from the very beginnings of Michelangelo’s artistic career offers an Michelangelo, The Tor- extraordinary opporment of Saint Anthony, tunity to advance the c. 1487–88. Oil and tempera on panel, 18 1/2 x understanding of Euro13 1/4 in. Kimbell Art Mu- pean art.” seum, Fort Worth Following its inaugural presentation at the Metropolitan Museum, the panel will go on public view in September at the Kimbell Art Museum. Dr. Lee leaves the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati as Director to assume the post Timothy Potts vacated in 2007 for the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. “I am deeply honored to be chosen as the next director of the Kimbell

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Art Museum, an institution I have long admired and loved,” said Dr. Lee. “With its iconic building by Louis Kahn and Dr. Eric McCauley Lee its extraordinary collections, exhibitions, and programs, the Kimbell has a magic that places it at the forefront of American museums. It is a living, evolving institution that continues to grow through spectacular acquisitions and, now, with the addition of a new building by one of the world’s great architects, Renzo Piano. I look forward to working with the Kimbell’s board and staff in charting the course of the next chapter in the Kimbell’s distinguished history.” A 42-year-old native of North Carolina, Dr. Lee received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees, all in art history, from Yale University. During his studies, he spent two years in London, which included a year at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and the Courtauld Institute of Art. While writing his doctoral dissertation on Titian’s reception in late 18th-century Britain, he worked at the Louis Kahn-designed Yale Center for British Art in New Haven. Following Yale, he served for almost a decade as director of the University of Oklahoma’s Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art before his appointment to the Taft Museum.

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Aurora Images Art Studio in Allen is a place where your budding artist can learn and grow. This art studio offers Saturday morning classes for HEADLINE: 18 • SUBHEAD: ... • COPY: 7.5 creative kids ages 9 and up. In August PRICE: 7/20 • LEGAL: 6 your kids can learn to make Pop Art, By Mary Sefzik which is created by using commonplace objects, such as soup cans, comic strips, and hamburgers as subjects. The cost is $25 for a two-hour class. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. To learn more call 972-390-1010 or visit Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch also has a variety of kid-friendly classes. August offerings include a theatre camp for kids ages 5-7, a geoscience workshop for 10-13 year olds, and a money management class for teens. Tuition ranges from $99$150. For information call 972.860.4274 or visit

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80 Years of Giving The Dallas Foundation Celebrating 80 years of excellence, The Dallas Foundation continues to serve as a resource, leader and catalyst for philanthropy providing donors with a flexible means of making gifts to charitable causes that enhance the community. The foundation touches everything in the city; from education and the arts to parks and recreation. The organization started July 18, 1929 as the Dallas Community Trust under the sponsorship of the A. H. Belo Corporation (now known as Belo Corp.); Times Herald Printing Company, publisher of the Dallas Times Herald; the Dispatch Publishing Company, publisher of the Dallas Dispatch; and the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. The Dallas Community Trust was formally renamed The Dallas Foundation on August 28, 1942 and is the first foundation in Dallas. Jean Baptiste “Tad” Adoue, III used the foundation to support the arts. His estate has helped The Dallas Theater Center, productions of the Dallas Opera and the restoration of the Henry Moore sculpture at Dallas City Hall. To learn more about the Dallas Foundation, listen to the Classic Cafe from One Arts Plaza sponsored by Bank of America, proudly supporting The Dallas Foundation Safety Net Fund, Monday, Aug. 3 from 11-1 p.m. or visit The Dallas Foundation is the place of choice for those who want to make difference in the future of Dallas.


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‘The Brilliance of Beethoven’ at the Fort Worth Symphony

Music, Film & Fun By Kevin Pytcher

Some of the best-loved works of Ludwig van Beethoven are featured in a weekend music festival celebrating the composer’s uncompromising genius. Aug. 2830 at Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of music director Miguel Harth-Bedoya, will perform three separate programs that underscore Beethoven’s intense emotions as expressed through his timeless music. The “Great Performances Festival” theme this year is “Rebel With a Cause: The Brilliance of Beethoven” and that’s what listeners can fully expect to experience. Maestro Harth-Bedoya has chosen works that reveal the full scope of the composer’s innovations, including the fifth and sixth symphonies. Acclaimed violinist James Ehnes is the guest soloist Sat., Aug. 29 for a performance of the Violin Concerto. Ehnes, originally from Canada, is one of the most notable musicians of his generation and is a very prolific recording artist, with more than 20 recordings to his credit. Pianist Adam Golka is the guest artist for two of the concerts. He has appeared with numerous orchestras across the United States and abroad and was the first prize winner in the Shanghai International Piano Competition in 2003. Golka, a Houston native, moved to Fort Worth as a teenager to study with TCU Artist-inResidence Jose Feghali. Golka has shown a strong affinity for Beethoven’s music, having performed all of the composer’s 32 James Ehnes sonatas for piano. During the festival, Golka will be the soloist for the composer’s first and second piano concertos. Golka will also appear in one of two Beethoven recital programs that precede the Fort Worth Symphony festival. On Thursday, Aug. 27, he will join other instrumentalists for the composer’s Piano Quartet in E-Flat. One day earlier, the members of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra String Quartet will perform movements from four string quartets by Beethoven. Both concerts start at 7:30 p.m. at the Van Cliburn Recital Hall. Patrons may purchase their tickets online by visiting Adam Golka or by calling 817-665-6000.

Matt Erikson receives Annenberg Fellowship

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WRR weekend host Matt Erikson has been offered the opportunity to pursue an exciting journalism opportunity in Los By Matt Erikson Angeles. In May, Matt was selected to receive a prestigious Annenberg graduate fellowship at the University of Southern California. These awards are highly competitive, and as an Annenberg fellow, Matt will be researching the latest communication and digital media technologies to create a project of value to the field of arts journalism. “I leave WRR with great sadness, as well as tremendous gratitude and respect for the station and how it contributes to the cultural life of the Dallas-Fort Worth area,” says Matt. “I don’t think that an arts journalist could have a better professional experience than reporting the Cliburn Competition with the kind of wall-to-wall, quality coverage that this station is used to providing its listeners.” Kurt Rongey, Operations Manager for WRR, says “In addition to a highlyregarded on-air presence, Matt’s numerous interview podcasts and articles on a wide range of topics have raised the stature of our print publications and our online presence.” Matt began work at WRR in May 2008. Prior to that, he worked in print General Manager: Greg Davis journalism as the classical music critic for Editor: Paul Adams the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Hartford (Conn.) Courant. He intends to keep in Overture is the official publication of touch with WRR and give updates of what WRR Classical 101.1 FM. looks to be a promising arts season in Send Comments or story ideas to: Los Angeles -- the first year of Gustavo Editor:, or Dudamel’s music directorship at the Los Angeles Philharmonic, a music festival Overture Editor - WRR FM curated by composer John Adams and a PO Box 159001 new “Ring” cycle staged by L.A. Opera. Dallas, TX 75315 “His contribution to cultural 214-670-8888 discourse in this new era promises to be find us at: of great consequence. We at WRR are pleased that his work has resulted in such an accolade,” said Greg Davis, Station Manager for WRR.

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Classical Candids

Photos from recent WRR Classical 101.1 FM events 1. WRR’s winner of the Santa Fe Opera weekend getaway visits WRR’s studio. 2. Adriana Bate talks with Anna Donovan and Margo McCann of the Texas Ballet Theater during the Classic Cafe. 3. Dr. Eric McCauley Lee of the Kimbell visits WRR’s Music Lounge in One Arts Plaza. 4. Roger King and Dave Leeman of Retirement Rescue Advisors with WRR’s Leza Mesiah. 5. Mark Bradford talks about his painting on display at the Dallas Museum of Art for the Private Universes exhibition through August 30.

6. Tim Payne of Billingsley Co. at One Arts Plaza. 7. WRR’s Lynn Addington with Judy Conner of the Dallas Museum of Art for the Classic Cafe broadcast from One Arts Plaza. 8. Philip Haas talks about his installations showing at the Kimbell Art Museum through October 25. 9. Darren Rebelez, COO of the 7-Eleven Corporation, brings Adriana her first Slurpee. 10. The Scouts are all lined up for the FairPark Fourth broadcast live on WRR.

11. CEO of 7-Eleven Joseph DePinto joins Adriana for the Classic Cafe.

16. WFAA’s Rebecca Lopez and WRR’s Amy Bishop welcome everyone to Fair Park Fourth.

12. The Dallas Wind Symphony perform for the FairPark Fourth at the historic Cotton Bowl.

17. The Nasher Sculpture Center’s Jane Offenbach with Adriana during the Classic Cafe.

13. WRR’s Kurt Rongey with Curt Thompson and José Feghali of the Mimir Chamber Music Festival.

18. Larry Rosen talks about the Jazz Roots Series at the Wyly Theater presented by Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.

14. WRR’s Linda Kirk and her Grand-daughter Ava look for the perfect spot for the fireworks at Fair Park Fourth.

19. Knoll International’s Beth Goff talks with Adriana about what it’s like to work at One Arts Plaza.

15. Gene Almy of the Texas Ballet Theater (center) with David Pucek and Gary Isaacs of WRR at the Music Lounge in One Arts Plaza.

20. YouTube Orchestra Concert Master Jacqueline Morant accompanied by Elena Tsvetkova at the WRR Music Lounge in One Arts Plaza.





















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101.1 FM WRR •

Station Program Schedule WRR Notable DAY PART









5 AM

6 AM

7 AM

Music All Night with Peter Van de Graaff

Music All Night with Peter Van de Graaff

Morning Musicale Trinity United Methodist

8 AM

The Morning Show with Amy Bishop

Christian Science Sentinel

Morning Musicale

Wilshire Baptist Church 9 AM

University Park Methodist

From the Top with Christopher O’Riley

Lovers Lane United Methodist

10 AM

Pastoral Reflections St. Andrews Episcopal

11 AM


Midday Music with Adriana Bate

Preston Hollow Presbyterian

Morning Musicale

1 PM

2 PM

Midday Music with Adriana Bate

The Afternoon Concert

Afternoon Concert

3 PM

4 PM

The Going Home Show with Kevin Pytcher 5 PM

6 PM

The Afternoon Concert

9 PM

Dallas Symphony Orchestra/ Evening Concert

New York Philharmonic

this Week

Fort Worth Symphony/ Evening Concert

The Evening Concert


10 PM

11 PM

with Michael Barone

The Evening Concert with Ed Blaylock

The Evening Concert

Main Event

A Night on the Town

The Evening Concert with Ed Blaylock

Romantic Hours with Mona Golabek


New York Philharmonic this Week: 8 p.m. Thursdays - America’s musical ambassadors perform from Avery Fisher Hall. Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra: 8 p.m. some Fridays - Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducts the orchestra in complete broadcasts from the Symphonic Series.

Inside the Dallas Opera: Noon Saturdays, once a month - A behind-the-scenes look at the Dallas Opera including past performances, interviews with staff and artists plus upcoming engagements. Times vary.

A Night on the Town: 10 p.m. Saturdays - From Richard Rodgers to Andrew Lloyd Webber, George Harter brings you the best of the American musical stage. The Romantic Hours: 11 p.m. Saturdays - Mona Golbek’s popular, unique and yes, romantic mix of music and literature. Religious programming: 7:30 a.m. until noon - Sundays - WRR airs religious services by churches of many denominations and faiths Sunday mornings. See Sunday listings for details. Command Performance: Noon until 1 p.m. Sundays - Music by listener request. E-mail your request to

1 AM

2 AM

Art Matters: 4 p.m. Sundays and 6:30 p.m. Thursdays - Quin Mathews and Sharon Benge co-host this indepth look at the arts in North Texas. This is the place to hear insightful interviews with some of the area’s arts luminaries as well as distinguished visitors.

Music All Night With Peter Van de Graaff

3 AM

4 AM


Dallas Symphony Orchestra: 8 p.m., some Mondays. Complete concert performances of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra from the Meyerson Symphony Center.

The Main Event: 10 p.m. Fridays - Two hours of new classical CD releases. Hear it here first! Every Main Event show you have a chance to win one of the CD’s we play.

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin

The Evening Concert

The Wine Experience: 6:20 p.m. weekdays - Presents topics relating to choosing and enjoying wine such as matching wine with different foods, virtual walks through vineyards and shopping tips.

Art Matters

7 PM

8 PM

March of the Day: 7:35 a.m. weekdays - Having trouble getting around in the morning? WRR will get you in step with some of the world’s most upbeat music -- Marches!

From the Top: 9 a.m. Saturdays - Some of the nation’s most gifted young musicians take the stage for this inspiring and funny program.

Art Matters

The Afternoon Concert

Road Rage Remedy: 7:20 a.m. and 5:20 p.m. weekdays - WRR will calm your rush hour commute with music to soothe the nerves. Relax and enjoy the ride!

Arts Calendar: 5:30 p.m. Thursdays - An extended arts event listing covering the upcoming week, presented by Kevin Pytcher.

Classic Cafe with Adriana Bate

Command Performance

Arts Update: 6:52 a.m. weekdays - Amy Bishop is your host for this brief arts event listing covering the evening’s events as well as those a couple days ahead.



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Pipedreams: 10 p.m. Sundays - The king of instruments, the pipe organ, is the focus of this 90-minute program that spans the globe in its search for great music.

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August Programming Highlights

For the next two months, WRR is running on “wind power.” Wednesday, August 5 at 8 p.m., Summer Evenings with the Dallas Wind Symphony starts up again for an eight-week series of hour-long programs featuring scintillating sounds from the Meyerson. It’s a great way to gear up for the 20th anniversary of the Meyerson Symphony Center, coming up in September. By Kurt Rongey Operations Manager We’re happy to continue the tradition of rebroadcasting a series of highlights from the 2008-2009 Cliburn Concerts season. Every year, the Van Cliburn Foundation brings some of the world’s finest musicians to the area. This year we’ll hear such highlights as the “Gold Fingers” concert, which showcased four past Cliburn medalists (Feghali, Kern, Loudenitch and Nakamatsu), and a solo recital by Yundi Li. Tune in Friday nights at 8 p.m. starting August 7 brought to you by XTO Energy. Look out for the 2009 Classical Countdown ballot to appear at WRR101.COM soon. We’ll be taking your vote and bringing you the Top 40 favorite classical music selections from September 5-7. Stay tuned for details! Join us for the next in a series of dazzling live broadcasts on WRR. On Friday, August 28 at 7:30 p.m., the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Miguel Harth-Bedoya, with a taste for the epic and daring, start off their season with the 2009 Beethoven Festival “Rebel with a Cause.” WRR will be there to bring you the first night of the festival live on the air. Pianist Adam Golka will embrace the challenge of playing Beethoven’s first and third piano concertos back-to-back. It’s sure to be an edge-of-your-seat performance. You can only hear it on WRR Classical 101.1.

Why support the Friends? Music enriches all of our lives. We at the Friends of WRR are committed to providing programming that enhances classical music education and benefits the local community, its artists, and arts groups. Support from individuals and organizations alike enables the Friends to continue responding to artistic needs within the community. By giving to the Friends, you add your voice to our own and help promote classical music throughout the metroplex and beyond. Members receive many benefits, including: • The monthly WRR Overture • Special discounts for merchandise and special events Support the Friends of WRR today, and help to support the education, enjoyment and understanding of classical music in the WRR listening area.

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Aug. 17

Highlands Bank Preston Royal Ticket to the Picnic 1-2 p.m.

Aug. 18

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Aug. 19

Dutch Art Gallery Ticket to the Picnic 5-6 p.m.

Aug. 20

Rutherford’s Design Ticket to the Picnic 1-2 p.m.

Aug. 21

Park Place Bedford Mercedes-Benz Ticket to the Picnic 5-6 p.m.

Aug. 29

Meet & Greet at Bachendorf’s with the Dallas Wind Symphony 1-3 p.m.

Sept. 6

WRR’s 15th Annual Picnic in the Park Gates open at 5:30 p.m.

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