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February 23, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Jan Wright and Luther McNaughton preview the 17th season of the Brownville Concert Series, which opens on March 11th. This year it features a wide range of classical and cabaret-style talent from across the country and... more››

February 16, 2007

This week on Friday Live, UNL's opera program is branching out into musical territory with its production of Most Happy Fella. We have a preview. A look at a new collaborative installation by Sheldon Art Gallery curator Daniel Siedell and comic... more››

February 16, 2007

William Stibor talks with singer Nancy Marshall and the Judy Hart from The Angels Company about a variety of subjects.

February 9, 2007

This week on Friday Live, The Imani Winds have made quite a splash in the chamber music arena. John Cummins previews their concert for the Abendmusik: Lincoln series. Jamie Uhlmer has put the finishing touches on the Beatrice Community Players'... more››

February 9, 2007

William Stibor talks with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra executive director Barbara Zach about upcoming events.

February 2, 2007

This week on Friday Live, the Medici Friends of the UNL Art Deptartment hosts its annual art auction and exhibition Februrary 17th. Ed Ford, Joe Ruffo and Pam Thompson drop by to chat about this year's art and theme. David Knabb and Ron Crocker... more››

February 2, 2007

William Stibor talks with Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra conductor and music director Ed Polochick about the orchestra.

January 26, 2007

This week on Friday Live, Bob Rook, Paul Durban, and Buddy Miller offer a unique take on the US in Tada Productions' The Complete History of America (Abridged), opening next week at The Loft at The Mill. Doane College's resident piano quartet,... more››

January 26, 2007

William Stibor talks more with PianoFOURte's David Breckbill.

January 19, 2007

This week on Friday Live, filmmaker Doug Boyd has put together an 80-minute film that documents the Lincoln Arts Council's Stories of Home public art project that matched professional artists with twelve Lincoln families, each with a unique story... more››

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