Vivian Adelberg Rudow’s Music Featured in Recent Radio Broadcasts Reply

Vivian__8272__8x10_webVivian Adelberg Rudow (TC ’57, BM ’60, Piano; MM ’79, Composition) is a member of the Recording Academy and a voting member of the Grammys. She has also been an ASCAP award winner every year for 29 years. Her music has been heard all over the world, including these recent radio broadcasts:

Dawn’s Journey, in memory of Dawn Culbertson

Cuban Lawyer, Juan Blanco. NACUSA “Web Radio”

Radio ArtsIndonesia (www.radio.artsindonesia.com) in Jakarta, Indonesia music by Vivian Adelberg Rudow

With Love, and MOO-GOO-GIPAN SMASH, Paula Skolnick Virizlay Childress, Cello.  Radio Horizon 93.9fm Stereo, Dimitri Voudouris

Episode 885,  Weeping Rocker, in memory of Dawn Culbertson, Max Shea

Spirit of America, London Philharmonic Orchestra,  Rebecca’s Rainbow Racing Among the Stars, Eric Conway, piano; Music of our Mothers,  WFCF (Flagler College Radio in St. Augustine, Florida, USA, and www.musicofourmothers.com), Ellen K. Grolman

WITH LOVE (Excerpt) and Moo-Goo-Gipan-Smash!, Paula Skolnick Virizlay Childress, Cello, NACUSA Web Radio Playlist by John Winsor

Arts Indonesia, Kaddish for solo bassoon, in memory of Isaac Hollins (1975), James O. Bolyard, bassoon.

With Love, Paula Skolnick Virizlay Childress, Cello,

 Worldwide Classical show Richard Beckman of KNHD

Go Green!, Howard County Concert Orchestra, and Variation 2 of her John’s Song, in Memory of John J. Hill, John Winsor, host of NACUSA Web Radio

 Broadcast of Worldwide Classical edition of Worldwide Classical show, at noon PST, Richard Beckman of KNHD

NACUSA  Johns Song, in memory of John J. Hill Variation 2

Go Green!, Howard County Concert Orchestra.

 

 

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