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Highway 89

Classical Music

Highway 89 is a live performance and interview program that originates in BYUradio’s state-of-the-art recording studio. International, national and local artists from a wide-range of musical genres are featured.

Highway 89 is a live performance and interview program that originates in BYUradio’s state-of-the-art recording studio. International, national and local artists from a wide-range of musical genres are featured.

Location:

Provo, UT

Description:

Highway 89 is a live performance and interview program that originates in BYUradio’s state-of-the-art recording studio. International, national and local artists from a wide-range of musical genres are featured.

Language:

English


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Episodes

Alex and Sam Bigney

2/6/2021
Celtic harpist Alex Bigney and violinist Sam Bigney play Celtic music on Highway 89.

Duration:00:55:48

Anton Nel

1/30/2021
Anton Nel is a Steinway Artist and an esteemed professor from Johannesburg, South Africa.

Duration:00:56:34

The New Time Ensemble: Celtic Trio

1/23/2021
Graduates from the University of Limerick in Ireland play traditional Irish tunes with porch-jamming earthiness.

Duration:00:52:46

Paul Jacobsen

1/16/2021
Him, his guitar, and his songs -- old standby tunes and new music slated for an upcoming album (episode recorded in 2015).

Duration:00:56:58

Micky and the Motorcars

1/9/2021
Brothers Micky and Gary Braun and guitarist Dustin "Sunshine" Shaefer perform acoustic versions of some of the band's most popular songs.

Duration:00:56:03

Camille Nelson

1/2/2021
Musician Camille Nelson performs religious favorites in BYUradio's Studio 6B.

Duration:00:54:47

Ben Reneer

12/26/2020
Singer-songwriter, Ben Reneer talks about the origins of his musicianship, and shares some of his songs.

Duration:00:42:52

Susan Facer and Jerry Steichen

12/19/2020
Facer and Steichen perform Broadway classics in BYUradio's Studio 6B.

Duration:00:51:14

Debra Fotheringham

12/12/2020
You may know Debra Fotheringham as a solo artist, or for her role in the hymn-singing supergroup The Lower Lights

Duration:00:57:35

Morgan Snow and John Davis: Triggers and Slips

12/5/2020
Nashville-based country duo and five-piece band who are split between Nashville and Utah are back together in our studio.

Duration:00:59:00

Antonio d'Abramo, Clara Hurtado Lee, Isaac Hurtado

11/27/2019
Accomplished Italian concert pianist, Antonio d’Abramo is joined by the brother and sister opera duo of Clara Hurtado Lee and Isaac Hurtado. They perform a variety of classical pieces, including piano solos from Antonio, solo pieces from both Clara and Isaac, as well as some duets.

Duration:00:52:30

Beethoven Festival Trio

11/20/2019
Joining us on this episode are Leslie Harlow, Pamela Palmer Jones, and Russel Harlow. They are a trio from The Beethoven Festival. This is a non-profit organization and is the longest running classical music festival in Utah.

Duration:00:54:44

Michael Barrow and the Tourists

11/2/2019
Michael Barrow and the Tourists is a folk rock band from Provo, Utah that has been together since the Spring of 2016. Their music has been praised by reviewers as full of “melodic beauty” and “narrative complexity”. Listen to hear some of their signature songs and the story behind their first album, Juneau!

Duration:00:46:34

Brother.

8/24/2019
Live music performances from Studio 6 at BYU Radio.

Duration:00:42:35

Brother.

8/23/2019

Duration:00:42:35

Vann Moon

8/17/2019
Live music performances from Studio 6 at BYU Radio.

Duration:00:47:52

Vann Moon

8/16/2019

Duration:00:47:52