The Catalyst Quartet plays Glenn Gould's rarely performed lyrical and lush string quartet in one movement on their new release the Bach/Gould Project. Catch this enigmatic piece composed in 1956 on Wednesday's program.
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks at Large, The 36-mile Razorback Greenway connects south Fayetteville to Lake Bella Vista, and there's plenty of history to discover along the trail. We find out how the Washington County Historical Society is beginning to categorize some of that history. Also, we get a preview of the special session of the Arkansas Legislature, which convenes today in Little Rock.
Roby Brock, from Talk Business and Politics, moderates a round table discussion about this week's special session of the Arkansas Legislature. Among the topics facing lawmakers: an 87-million dollar super project and a possible shift for Arkansas' primaries.
A documentary explores what attracts artists to Eureka Springs...and what keeps them there. The film, Eureka! The Art of Being, will be screened at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art tomorrow night. Kai Robert, the director, says the town of two-thousand people, is a well of creativity that never seems to run dry.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opens the spillway gates at Beaver Lake Dam after persistent rainfall, caused by the El Nino weather pattern, dumps greater than average rainfall on northwest Arkansas. Also, Rogers Aldermen consider appropriating $2.5 million for renovations at Lake Atalanta.
New trails are allowing people in northwest Arkansas to explore places they may never have been to before now. The Washington County Historical Society has a new walking map of the city of Fayetteville and Charlie Alison, with the Historical Society, says there is plenty of history along the Razorback regional Greenway, too.
Artosphere Festival Orchestra Live from Crystal Bridges: Transfigured Night
A Special Concert & KUAF 91.3FM Public Radio Live Broadcast from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Corrado Rovaris, Conductor The Great Hall at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville Wednesday, June 24, 8pm | Tickets on sale soon!
The 2015 KUAF/Fulbright Summer Chamber Music Festival will include three performances. In addition to the May 21 event, there will be performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall and at 7 p.m. Friday, June 5, in the Great Hall at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.
On this Memorial Day edition of Ozarks at Large, conversations with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward and with actor and famed Ken Burns narrator Peter Coyote. Both visited northwest Arkansas last month.