Opera Roundtable - Part 2
Guests: David Devan, general director, Opera Philadelphia; Jason Tramm, artistic director; Mid-Atlantic Opera; Brendan Cooke, general director, Opera Delaware; and Sandra Millstein-Pucciatti, co-founder, Boheme Opera New Jersey.
Musorgsky and His Circle
Guest: Stephen Walsh, professor, Cardiff University, and author of Musorgsky and His Circle: A Russian Musical Adventure.
The arts and the U.S. Economy
Guests: Sunil Iyengar, director of research and analysis, and Bonnie Nichols, analyst, National Endowment for the Arts: Part 2 of Ann Meier Baker, president and CEO, Chorus America.
Why singing makes us happy
Why singing makes us happy - and the state of choral singing in the U.S. Guests: Stacy Horn, author, Imperfect Harmony, and Ann Meier Baker, president and CEO, Chorus America.
From the Top comes to Princeton
Guests: Jennifer Hurley-Wales, co-CEO and executive producer of From the Top; Tom Vignieri, music director, From the Top; Christopher O'Riley, host, From the Top; and students from The American Boychoir School and soloists featured on the show.
Longwood Symphony Orchestra
Guests: Ronald Feldman, music director, and Mark Gebhardt, principal clarinet, of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra in Boston, MA, which is comprised of medical and healthcare professionals.
Six months after Superstorm Sandy.
Guests: William Brittelle, co-founder, New Amsterdam Records; Michael Royce, executive director, New York Foundation for the Arts; and Mary Eileen Fouratt, executive director, Monmouth Arts Council.
Extra: Alan Harler, Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia
Comments by Alan Harler, artistic director of the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, about receiving a Chorus America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming.
National Recording Preservation Plan
Guest: Eugene DeAnna, head of the Recorded Sound Section of the Library of Congress, discusses the LOC's National Recording Preservation Plan.
BSO's Playwright in Residence initiative
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Playwright in Residence initiative. Guests: Matthew Spivey, BSO VP of Artistic Operations, and Didi Balle, BSO Playwright in Residence.
The arts and digital media
Guest: Kristin Thompson, co-author, "Arts Organizations and Digital Technology," Pew Research Center.
Social Media and musical innovations
Guests: Chip Michael, founder, The TWTR Symphony, and Alexis Del Palazzo, a member of the TWTR Symphony.
East Coast Chamber Orchestra at Princeton University Concerts
Community outreach programs - East Coast Chamber Orchestra at Princeton University Concerts. Guests: Marna Seltzer, director, Princeton University Concerts, and Nick Kendall, member, ECCO.
Guests: Joseph Polisi, president, The Juilliard School, and David Ludwig, chair of performance studies, The Curtis Institute.
Mary Sue Welsh, Edna Phillips, Elizabeth Hainen
Guests: Mary Sue Welsh, author, One Woman in a Hundred, about harpist Edna Phillips, the first woman to be hired as a principal in a major U.S. orchestra when she joined the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1930; and Elizabeth Hainen, the Philadelphia...
Rite of Spring at 100
Guests: Douglas Martin, artistic director, American Repertory Ballet, and Jeremy Rothman, vice president of artistic planning, Philadelphia Orchestra.
Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra, Kristen Madsen
Guests: Sarah Johnson, director, Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, and Soyeong Park, one of the young musicians chosen to participate. Also - Kristen Madsen, senior vice president of the Grammy Foundation, discusses the foundation's Music...
Guest: Bill Zwick, creator of Africlassical.com.
Extra: Music and musicians in the movies
Additional comments by William Kinderman, professor of musicology, University of Illinois School of Music, and Stephen Whitty, film critic at the Star Ledger
Music and musicians in the movies
Guests: Linda Kernohan, official classical music blogger for the Grammy's; Julian Wachner, director of music and the arts at Trinity Wall Street; and Lisa Kaplan, member of eighth blackbird.
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