Robert Sherman appears in the following:
Sunday, October 21, 1984
Bob Sherman precedes his interview with conductor Julius Rudel with a recording of the Barcarolle from The Tales of Hoffmann. He talks to Rudel about his debut at Covent Garden with a multi-lingual production of "Die Fledermaus." They also discuss his former career as music director and current role conducting ...
Sunday, April 29, 1984
Bob Sherman talks to Erich Leinsdorf, who will be conducting the Cleveland Orchestra at Carnegie Hall and then a series of concerts with the New York Philharmonic. He opens the episode with a few recordings of Mozart's German dances, proving that Leinsdorf is a master of the miniature pieces as ...
Sunday, February 12, 1984
Due to the postponement of Garrick Ohlsson's appearance, Bob Sherman brings us a repeat of two episodes of The Listening Room featuring Kitty Carlisle Hart, George S. Irving, and Betty Comden. Kitty Carlisle Hart and George S. Irving talk about their show On Your Toes and trends in musicals. We ...
Sunday, January 15, 1984
Bob Sherman talks to Dave Brubeck and Richard Westenburg about their collaboration. He introduces the episode with excerpts of Brubeck's La Fiesta de la Posada and Westenburg conducting Messiah. We also hear an excerpt of Dave Brubeck's mass To Hope which is premiering in New York on January 27.
Saturday, August 20, 1983
Bob Sherman talks to conductor Leonard Slatkin who is the music director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor of the New York Philharmonic.
WNYC archives id: 70893
Sunday, June 12, 1983
Bob Sherman repeats an episode of The Listening Room with his interview with Dame Janet Baker, in which they discuss her book, Full Circle.
WNYC archives id: 70971
Sunday, May 15, 1983
Bob Sherman talks to director Franco Zeffirelli about the production of La Boheme at the Met and the film edition of La Traviata.
WNYC archives id: 70850
Sunday, November 28, 1982
In the finale episode of the series, Bob Sherman presents bits and pieces that had to be cut from other shows. We hear interviews with Leonard Bernstein, Yehudi Menuhin, Tony Randall, and a performance by Pamela Ross and Viveca Lindfors.
WNYC archives id: 70008
Sunday, July 11, 1982
Bob Sherman talks to American lyricist, Irving Caesar. We hear recordings of his songs recorded by others and a few sung by Caesar himself. Among these songs are safety songs and health songs for children.
WNYC archives id: 70015
Sunday, July 04, 1982
Bob Sherman repeats his interview with Virgil Thomson which was broadcast a few days before his 85th birthday. He opens the episode with a scratchy recording of "Capitals, Capitals," which was composed by Thomson and features him on the piano as well.
WNYC archives id: 70143
Sunday, September 27, 1981
Bob Sherman talks to Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino of the Joffrey Company on the anniversary of the dance troupe.
WNYC archives id: 70029
Sunday, August 16, 1981
Bob Sherman repeats the broadcast of his interview with actor Sir John Gielgud, in which we also hear readings by the actor and corresponding pieces of music.
WNYC archives id: 70006
Sunday, May 10, 1981
Bob Sherman talks to Daniel Barenboim about being a solo pianist and a conductor. He opens the episode with recordings of vocal chamber music by Hugo Wolf and by Schumann.
WNYC archives id: 70020
Sunday, January 11, 1981
Bob Sherman's guest is Jan De Gaetani, who has upcoming recitals at the 92nd Street Y. They talk about her technique and her career as a singer and teacher.
WNYC archives id: 70012
Sunday, October 26, 1980
Bob Sherman interviews and plays the music of Beverly Sills on the eve of her finale as a performer.
WNYC archives id: 70761
Sunday, October 05, 1980
Dancer Natalia Makarova was unable to make it to her interview for this broadcast, so Bob Sherman plays excerpts of his interview with her from 1977.
WNYC archives id: 70039
Sunday, June 22, 1980
Bob Sherman talks to dancer Pearl Lang whose dance company is performing at the Public Theater. He also plays music from The Dybbuk.
WNYC archives id: 70033
Monday, February 18, 1980
Bob Sherman repeats portions of a broadcast from 1974 of his interview with the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, who just passed away a couple of weeks earlier. He opens the episode with Funeral March of a Marionette by Gounod which was used for Hitchcock's television series.
WNYC archives id: ...
Sunday, February 17, 1980
Bob Sherman talks to Gerard Schwarz, former principle trumpeter of the New York Philharmonic and music director for the Y Chamber Symphony in New York and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. He begins this broadcast with a recording in which Schwarz is both conductor and soloist.
WNYC archives id: 70144
Sunday, January 27, 1980
Bob Sherman pays tribute to the late Andre Kostelanetz. We hear recordings of performances conducted by Kostelanetz and excerpts of past interviews from his several appearances on WQXR.
WNYC archives id: 70026