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State of Affairs is a call-in discussion program on Louisville’s NPR affiliate, 89.3 WFPL (kind of like Talk of the Nation), Weekdays at 11am (EST)

Tomorrow’s topic is NEW MUSIC.  I will be a guest along with Marc Satterwhite, professor of composition at the University of Louisville.  Marc also coordinates the Grawemeyer Award.  Joining by phone will be Peter Lieberson, latest Grawemeyer winner.

It’s a call in show, so if you have a comment or question give us a yell (I don’t know the number, but it will be announced throughout the program).

“But Daniel, I don’t live in Louisville.” No worries, you can tune in online at http://www.wfpl.org/listen.htm

That’s tomorrow, Wednesday, January 9 at 11am.

After State of Affairs, move on over to Classical 90.5, WUOL (also public radio in Louisville) for Lunchtime Classics, a live concert program.  Wednesday’s program features Marc’s compositions performed by faculty at the University of Louisville.  He will also present some recorded selections and talk about his work.  I’ll be hosting this program.  You can listen online to 90.5, as well.  Visit www.wuol.org.

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Comment from Daniel G.
Time: January 9, 2008, 3:16 pm

If you missed the live show, you can tune in tonight at 9pm (EST), again on 89.3 FM in Louisville or via the web at http://www.wfpl.org/listen.htm

Eventually the program will be archived on the web.