Trevor Harris

Trevor serves as KBIA’s weekday morning host for classical music. He has been involved with local radio since 1990, when he began volunteering as a music and news programmer at KOPN, Columbia's community radio station. Before joining KBIA, Trevor studied social work at Mizzou and earned a masters degree in geography at the University of Alabama. He has worked in community development and in urban and bicycle/pedestrian planning, and recently served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zambia with his wife, Lisa Groshong. An avid bicycle commuter and jazz fan, Trevor has cycled as far as Colorado and pawed through record bins in three continents.

University of Missouri School of Music

On this week's Mizzou Music, Trevor Harris from Classical 90.5 talks with four MU School of Music faculty including Eva Szekely, Bill Kalinkos, Stefan Freund and Anthony Glise about upcoming recitals and performances.

Naxos.com

During his heyday, Italian born composer and cellist Luigi Boccherini had a reputation approaching that of his contemporary Franz Joseph Haydn. Today, Boccherini is remembered for but a few virtuoso works for strings. That's a shame because his influence on the string quartet may be his most lasting gift to classical music.

Wikimedia Commons

For several years now, I have been talking with Missouri Symphony Orchestra Maestro Kirk Trevor and my KBIA colleagues about a show that I felt we should be producing and broadcasting. The challenge was that we had to find support for and record the program. Let me explain.

LPClassics.net

This week's CD of the Week on Classical 90.5 is a new-ish release from pianist Vassily Primakov and clarinetist Alexey Gorokholinsky. Their 2014 issue on Primakov's own LP Classics label features an update on a work that inspired both artists during their days at The Julliard School: Carl Maria von Weber's Grand Duo Concertante.

Cecilia String Quartet

This week's CD of the Week on Classical 90.5 is the new release from the Toronto-based Cecilia String Quartet.

For their latest release the quartet focuses on a pair of string quartets that Felix Mendelssohn wrote in 1838 while honeymooning in Germany's Black Forest. Trevor Harris recently interviewed the quartet's cellist Rachel Desoer. They talked about working on your honeymoon, the quartet's concerts for special needs students and how the group selects their concert and performance repertoire.

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