Barry Salwen

Wilmington Jewish Film Festival Summer Series presents 3 films over the next 3 Thursdays: Rock in the Red Zone, a documentary, on August 10; The People vs. Fritz Bauer, a historical drama, on August 17; and Moos, a romantic comedy, on August 24. Showtime is 7:00 at Thalian Hall's Main Stage, and a dessert reception follows each screening.

Barry Salwen and Mimi Kessler, co-chairs of the Festival Selection Committee, joined us in the studio-and they fit a description of all three films into less than four minutes. Listen above and see the extended transcript below.

Barry Salwen

John Tabler, the Director of Music at 1st Presbyterian Church in downtown Wilmington, joined us in the studio to talk about this month's Music at First guest musician: international concert pianist Barry Salwen. Listen above to hear John talk about his own musical beginnings and what Barry will perform on March 19. If you haven't been to 1st Pres, John also shares a description of the nearly 90-year-old gothic style church. 

The Atlantean Trio Sunday: Beethoven & Smetana

Apr 9, 2015

Dr. Barry Salwen, an international concert pianist, is performing with the Atlantean Trio this weekend.    Salwen is joined by violinist Abigail Van Steenhuyse and cellist Richard Thomas (Salwen and Thomas were founders of the trio in 2005; Van Steenhuyse joined in 2011).   This concert features works by Beethoven and Smetana.   Salwen discusses the selections, and many other interesting tidbits,  in this interview.

The performance is on Sunday, April 12 at 7:30 at the Beckwith Recital Hall, located in the Cultural Arts Building (CAB) on Randall Drive at UNCW.