Of Note with Katy Henriksen

Sunday through Thursday evenings from 8 to 10 p.m.

Catch two hours of compelling classical music with your host Katy Henriksen Sunday through Thursday evenings from 8 to 10 p.m. only here on KUAF. Henriksen brings classical music into the 21st century by handpicking the most vital recordings of today alongside groundbreaking historic releases while bringing insight into the world of classical music today through feature interviews with composers, musicians, conductors and all the people who make this riveting world possible.

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This Thursday evening,  frequenters to bars and restaurants throughout downtown Fayetteville will encounter a pleasant diversion- a series of live pop-up shows from the Artosphere Festival Orchestra. Starting at 7 PM, the AFO will tour venues from one end of Dickson Street to the next, bringing a personal and relaxed touch of classical to the city's nightlife late into the night.

Hear the entirety of the Fort Smith Chorale's spring concert titled "Songs of Love" in this on-demand stream. This live recording took place April 27, 2017, at the First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith. The chorale is directed by William M. Cromer with accompanist Gaye McClure.

The Arkansas International, a newly formed literary journal of the University of Arkansas Program in Creative Writing & Translation, launches its second issue this month.

Featuring works in prose, poetry, and comics, the issue continues the magazine's tradition of bringing unseen authors to the public eye.

"I think it's a really good service to have voices--they say 'emerging'--who haven't had many publications, alongside people who are very experienced," explains poetry editor Molly Rector.

"Satori (Awakening)" is a meditative violin concerto named after the Zen Buddhist tradition of "seeing into one's true nature." Penned by University of Arkansas Music Professor Robert Mueller for his violinist daughter Tara Mueller, the work receives a world premiere performance in collaboration with the University Symphony Orchestra in concert 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 1, at the

Ozark folklorist Willi Carlisle and Artist's Laboratory  Theatre director/producer Joseph Fletcher explore the unsung past of folk in a vaudeville-cabaret-operetta, There Ain't No More: Death of a Folksinger.

This one-man show, starring Carlisle, centers around what he describes as "a very white, very male folksinger trying to navigate--politically and personally--the fraught territories of a life in folk song."

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