September 19, 1997 in Seven

Npr’s Martin Goldsmith Discusses Music And Money

Travis Rivers
 

Martin Goldsmith grew up to the sound of music - the classical music he still loves and plays every weekday for listeners to National Public Radio’s “Performance Today.”

Goldsmith will take a day off Thursday from his duties as host of “Performance Today” and will join local musicians at The Met in a Thank-You Concert for programming underwriters for KPBX, the local public radio station that carries “Performance Today.”

The Spokane String Quartet, pianist Kendall Feeney and string bass virtuoso Roma Vayspapir will play music by Schubert. Goldsmith will do the thing he does best on radio - talk. This time Goldsmith’s talk, titled “Numbers and Things Unseen,” is not just about music, he says, but about music and money.

The event begins at 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public. Tickets are $12 ($8 for KPBX members), available by calling KPBX at 328-5729 or (800) 328-5729.

, DataTimes


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