Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra

Artists Stage Intervention, "Die-In"

Jul 9, 2019

Alaska artists are staging a week of protest events around the state. Today (Wednesday) a coalition of artists are draping works in downtown Fairbanks in black funeral cloth. They say they are grieving the loss of state funding for the Alaska State Council on the Arts. On Tuesday (Yesterday) the group draped large works at the west end of Fairbanks. 

Fairbanks Symphony

Interviews and performances from the 2017 Concerto Competition Winners including cellist Cirdan Vonnahme, oboist Joey Hogenson and pianist Sarah Riopelle.

The Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra’s Concerto Competition Winners Concert was this past month, February 22nd. Even though the night before, the Fairbanks area experienced rain and freezing temperatures, many people made it out to enjoy the concert at the UAF Davis Concert Hall. This presentation includes the performances by all four category winners and their interviews with KUAC’s Lori Neufeld.

Lori Neufeld

Back from a recent tour of Korea with the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Bryan Emmon Hall performed on Alaska Live on Monday, October 27th. Dr. Hall recently joined the faculty at UAF as the violin and viola professor and was guest artist with the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra for their season opener. Accompanied by pianist Lorna Eder, Hall played seven classical works for violin including the "very black" Devil's Trill Sonata by Giuseppe Tartini.

Dr. Bryan Emmon Hall will be performing Sunday, Novemeber 2nd at 7:00 during his recital program at the Davis Concert Hall at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Sikuliaq Song

Sep 26, 2012

An original piece of music has been written to celebrate the University of Alaska Fairbanks new arctic research vessel, the Sikuliaq (see-KOO-lee-ak). KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.