NAC Orchestra podcast pays tribute to Walter Prystawski

Arts • Posted by mortolan on June 15, 2006

The NACOcast with Christopher Millard As a tribute to Walter Prystawski, the NAC Orchestra's founding concertmaster who is retiring after 37 year at the first desk, Christopher talks to founding NACO music director Mario Bernardi as well as 3 of Walter's original orchestra colleagues. The conversations touch on the core classical repertoire of the orchestra, NACO's signature sound and the crucial role Walter Prystawski played in shaping that sound. Hear archival samples of Walter and the NAC Orchestra. Direct link to this week's show: http://media.libsyn.com/media/nac/NACOcast_20060612.mp3 Send email to: NACOcast@gmail.com You can easily subscribe to the NACOcast (for free) in the iTunes Muisc Store. Simply search on "NACOcast", and click on the subscribe button. Subscribe to the NACOcast in iTunes, click on: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=127086953&s=143455 RSS: http://radio.nac-cna.ca/podcast/NACOcast/NACOcast.xml Listen on the Web: http://www.nac-cna.ca/podcasts/ Download iTunes for Windows or Mac (free): http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ email: NACOcast@gmail.com The NACOcast is a weekly downloadable audio programme with host Christopher Millard, principal bassoon, NAC Orchestra. Each week, Christopher brings you an informed and entertaining look at the world of classical music and its great composers, with musical excerpts and guest artist interviews.


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