Clarice Assad says her chamber piece "Dreamscapes" is a "musical depiction of what happens during a dream" with a form loosely based on her studies of rapid eye movement and lucid dreaming. Catch a recording of the piece from the New Century Chamber Orchestra on Wednesday's program.
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks: a freshman Republican legislator, a health insurance CEO and a hospital representative offer their response to Governor Asa Hutchinson’ speech on the Private Option. Plus a flurry of job fairs in Springdale. We’ll talk to a career specialist with Goodwill Industries of Arkansas.
State legislators try to stop an effort to repeal a two-year-old capital gains tax cut. Devil's Den State Park conducts prescribed burns to reduce hazards that could lead to wildfires. NorthWest Arkansas Community College queries students about athletics, and a long-time high school football coach announces his retirement.
Roby Brock, from our content partner Talk Business and Politics, talks to health care professionals and a freshman legislator about what comes after Governor Hutchinson's speech about the future of health care in Arkansas.
Wonderland Cave, located near Bella Vista, first opened as a popular Depression-era underground nightclub. Abandoned for two decades, the historic site was destroyed by vandals. Now, as Jacqueline Froelich reports, an effort is underway to develop the cave and property above it into a popular family tourist attraction, named Wonderland Cave Park Adventure.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born January 27, 1756, in Salzburg. Violinist Rachel Barton Pine just recorded his complete violin concertos and "Sinfonia Concertante," highlighting his early genius. Hear the Sinfonia Concertante on Tuesday's show from 11-noon on KUAF as well as at 6 p.m. on KUAF-2.