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Ann Hampton Callaway Song Travels with Michael Feinstein
Ann Hampton Callaway
Tony nominated actress, vocalist, and songwriter, Ann Hampton Callaway has sung with top orchestras and Big Bands the world over, including performances for President Bill Clinton and Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev. As a songwriter, she has penned tunes for Barbra Streisand and she wrote and sang the theme to the hit sitcom The Nanny. This week she performs a set of standards as she visits with Michael Feinstein!

LISTEN: Sunday, March 30 at 8:00 PM on WUSF 89.7

Jeffrey SiegelLive Performance at the Sarasota Broadcast & Performance Studio
Jeffrey Siegel

Pianist Jeffrey Siegel is returning to the area for another one of his acclaimed Keyboard Conversations. This one is called Mistresses & Masterpieces and features works of passion, love and longing inspired by “significant others” in the lives of Brahms, Schumann, Chopin and Liszt. Join Russell Gant and his guest Jeffrey Siegel for a sneak peak live on the radio next Tuesday morning.

LISTEN: Tuesday, April 1 at 10:00 AM on WSMR 89.1 & 103.9

Father BrownFather Brown
The Ghost in the Machine
Charlotte McKinley asks Father Brown to exorcise her house, which she believes is haunted by the ghost of her sister Elspeth, who disappeared nine years earlier. A skeleton is unearthed but it is not Elspeth's and a coded message in a book leads Father Brown to discover the fates of both sisters along with the legend of the family's hidden treasure. more TV...

WATCH: Tuesday, April 1 at 8:00 PM on WUSF TV

Carnegie HallThis Week on University Beat
the road weeps, the well runs dry
USF is one of only four theater companies in the country—and the only one based at a university—presenting the road weeps, the well runs dry. The play tells the story of the “Black Seminoles” who migrated from Florida to Oklahoma to create one of the United States’ first all-black towns. We talk to the cast and crew, including award-winning playwright Marcus Gardley, on this week’s University Beat.

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