21. June 2010 · 2 comments · Categories: Radio

Performances by two DePauw University School of Music faculty members will be featured tomorrow (Monday, June 21) on American Public Media’s Performance Today, which is broadcast on 245 public radio stations across the United States and is heard by about 1.3 million people each week. Leonid Sirotkin, part-time assistant professor of music, and Ekaterina “Katya” Kramer-Lapin, an accompanist and part-time assistant professor of music, will be heard performing two songs by Francis Poulenc (Ce doux petit visage and C) as well as Claude Debussy’s L’ame Evaporee.

On the selections, which were recorded February 12, 2009, Sirotkin performs on the English horn while Kramer-Lapin plays piano.

I read this on Sunday, but I don’t post anything but my music selections on Sunday, for the most part, so if you are interested in this you have to catch it today! To find a station near you go here. (Sadly, it’s not available on any station near me.)


  1. The program archive is available here http://performancetoday.publicradio.org/?month=6&day=21&year=2010
    skip up to about 16:40 in the second hour.

  2. Fantastic! Thanks much!