Has there been a time in your life where you’ve looked to someone to guide you? Grammy-nominated flutist Karen Kevra is a musician whose life was changed by her mentor. Join her for engaging conversations with musicians, visual artists, and writers as they share personal stories of deep connection that will warm your heart and inspire you....whatever you do and wherever you are on your path.
Musicians, artists, and writers often have impressive bios. What those bios don't reveal are the personal stories of deep connection between student and mentor.
Fredrich Kuhlau was admired by Beethoven and is known as "the Beethoven of the flute." He wrote his gorgeous Fantasy in D major for solo flute in 1820 during a four-month stay in Vienna. Perhaps the Danube river provided inspiration for this silky, rippling Romantic music...
Georg Philip Telemann, Fantaisie No. 12, performed by Karen Kevra
Fredrich Kuhlau, Fantasy, Op. 38 in D major, Adagio, performed by Karen Kevra
J.S. Bach, Fantasia in G minor, BWV 542, performed by Hans-André Stamm-organ
Beethoven, Choral Fantasy, Op. 80, performed by Singapore Symphony Chorus and Youth Choir, Eudenice Palaruan, Choral Director, Tengku Irfan, piano
Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 "Moonlight" - I. Adagio sostenuto performed by Maurizio Pollini-piano
Beethoven, Symphony #6 "Pastorale" - Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor