Kirk Trevor

Helen Keithahn

Four years ago, a group of young, Columbia chamber musicians came together to make music. The Emerald Quartet is still playing together. They were guests on a recent episode of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour. The members are violist Trentynne Davis, violinist Helen Keithahn, cellist Hope Keithahn and violinist Betsy Schlimme.

Higday Mozart Trust

On a recent episode of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour, host Trevor Harris interviewed Christine Seitz. They discussed the mission of the to bring live classical music to the people of Columbia.

Helen Keithahn

On this week's Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour, was an Intermission interview with The Emerald Quartet.

Rob Boullion / Lindervox Studio

On a recent episode of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour Maestro Kirk Trevor talked with Sound Engineer Rob Boullion about the acoustical qualities of Columbia's Missouri Theatre, Boullion's recording set-up and his process.

This interview originally aired April 13, 2016.

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Missouri Symphony Society

Long-time Columbia resident Melissa Straw passed away recently. Among her many other contributions to the local music scene, Straw conducted the Children's Choir of the Missouri Symphony Conservatory. Here's a conversation Straw had early last year with Trevor Harris when Straw was a guest on the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour.

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The violinist Chloe Trevor returns to Columbia this weekend for a benefit recital for the Missouri Symphony Society. She was a guest this week on the Missouri Symphony Radio Hour.

Peer Music Classical

On this week's Missouri Symphony Radio Hour, Trevor Harris visited with Missouri Symphony Orchestra music director Kirk Trevor about a pair of orchestral works performed on the 2015 Hot Summer Nights series: Arturo Marquez 'Danzon No. '2 and Bedrich Smetana's 'Ma Vlast.'

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.