WNYC’s Sara Fishko considers the over-the-top life and under-the-radar music of the Russian composer Anton Arensky (from March 2011).
WNYC Production Credits...
Executive Producer: Sara Fishko
Assistant Producer: Laura Mayer
Mix Engineer: Wayne Shulmister
Managing Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann
Years ago, after WWII, says WNYC’s Sara Fishko, two pianists named Horowitz and Rubinstein divided fans and defied all logic by sharing (sort of…) the music-world’s brightest spotlight. (This edition of Fishko Files was produced in 2003 for the centenary of Vladimir Horowitz).
Composer Claude Debussy’s 150th birth anniversary is next week. He was one of many composers of the past who made early piano rolls and recordings -- and they have WNYC’s Sara Fishko pondering the nature of interpretation, in this edition of Fishko Files…
With the Mostly Mozart Festival in full-swing, WNYC’s Sara Fishko talks to music-thinkers who help her get “inside” Mozart’s music –in this edition of Fishko Files (originally produced in 2006).
First, Shakespeare in the Park, and now, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot! In honor of the many faces of summer Shakespeare in New York, WNYC’s Sara Fishko considers the infinite variations on the Bard’s most celebrated play – in this edition of Fishko Files.