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(The background music is Adagio and is courtesy of Secret Garden)

 NOTES and INFORMATION  SHADES OF CLASSICS CONTINUES TO AIR ORIGINAL PROGRAMS EVERY WEEK

Shades of Classics is being produced in my home studio before being aired on CKUW.  There are new and original programs airing each and every week.  Stay tuned for any updates on this situation.




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 NEW ALBUM RECOMMENDATIONS 

By Way of the Wind - Robin Spielberg  (PlayMountain Music) New

Seven Conversations - Jeff Oster, Vin Downes & Tom Eaton  (Retso Records) New

24 Impromptus: Solo Piano Affirmations - Pam Asberry  (Independent) New

Peter Boyer - Rhapsody in Red, White and Blue - Jeffrey Biegel & London Symphony Orchestra  (Naxos)

Night After Night - James Newton Howard  (Sony Classical)

Music of People and Place - Vincent Kennedy  (Navona Records)


   * indicates Canadian artist(s)




 REVIEWS 

My Review of Sharon Fendrich's album Sapphire Oak



 MY FEATURE ARTICLES 

A Canadian Classical Master - Composer MICHAEL CONWAY BAKER

Classical Music Ambassador - WSO Music Director ALEXANDER MICKELTHWATE

Meeting a Musical Genius - Canadian composer MICHAEL CONWAY BAKER

Another Special Moment - John meets and greets Fionnuala and Rolf of SECRET GARDEN

My E-interview with Hilliard Ensemble tenor STEVEN HARROLD

Pilgrim Pianist - Local pianist JANA TING

Lady Sings the Blues - Local singer MAGGI MAY ROBINSON

Survival and Relevancy - The WINNIPEG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Diva Divine - Local soprano JULIE BIGGS

A Night to Remember - A private concert with local singer/songwriter STEVE BELL

A Special Moment - John meets and greets the amazing SARAH BRIGHTMAN

My E-interview with Minneapolis pianist/composer REBECCA KRAGNES




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