Exeter student Zerlina Vulliamy to interview internationally acclaimed pianist Joanna MacGregor
Zerlina Vulliamy, first year Music undergraduate and Exeter College choral award holder, will interview internationally acclaimed pianist Professor Joanna MacGregor this Sunday in a programme that will be broadcast on Oxide Radio, Oxford University’s student radio station.
Zerlina presents and produces her radio show Behind the Classics each Sunday during term time, 11 am to midday. She is delighted that this Sunday she will be joined by her first special guest, internationally acclaimed pianist Professor Joanna MacGregor OBE, Artistic Director of Dartington International Festival and Head of Piano at the Royal Academy of Music. Conversation between Zerlina and Professor MacGregor will be interspersed with a typically eclectic selection of MacGregor’s recordings, ranging from Bach to Messiaen and Satie.
You can listen to Behind the Classics live at www.oxideradio.live at 11 am on Sunday 13 May. For more information and previous Behind the Classics programmes please visit www.oxideradio.live/behind-the-classics. The programme will also be available on catch-up at www.mixcloud.com/zerlinavulliamy/uploads.
Zerlina Vulliamy (photo by Daniel Ross)