Arctic Light on Performance Today
Before we send out our next e-newsletter (about our next live concerts of music from Cyprus), I wanted to let you know that part of our recent program Arctic Light (January 2008) will be broadcast this Friday on the nationally syndicated radio program Performance Today, in honor of Orthodox Holy Week (Orthodox Pascha, or Easter, is this coming Sunday). The program will also be available via streaming for 7 days following the broadcast.
Here is the notice from Performance Today:
This Friday, April 25, 2008, Performance Today will broadcast Cappella Romana’s performance of Pääsiäissunnuntain Iikossi and Pääsiäisen Eksapostilaari by Leonid Bashmakov from St. Mary’s Cathedral January 11, 2008.
American Public Media’s Performance Today is broadcast on 250 public radio stations across the country and is heard by about 1.4 million people each week. Each station individually decides what time to air the program. To find out where and when Performance Today is broadcast in your area, please visit performancetoday.publicradio.org.
You may also visit www.publicradiofan.com, an independent website that can point the way to on-line listening. Many radio stations stream their signal on the internet, so it may be possible for you to tune in to a radio station across the country and hear Performance Today by visiting that station’s website at the time they air it.
Performance Today is also carried on Sirius Satellite Radio’s Symphony Hall Channel (channel 80), Monday through Friday from 1 pm to 2 pm ET. This Friday’s show will be available on our website for seven days. We also archive many interviews, Studio MMW performances, Piano Puzzlers, and other features on our website.