A wide range of artists and their music for autumn listening.
Some of our recent programs:
A brief review of the suppression of women’s voices from Western music since earliest times–where it succeeded and where it failed.
Maurice Chevalier, Antonio Vivaldi, Lila Downs, and that’s just for starters on our way into a brief glimpse into Mexican folklore and song.
A look into September’s very own song and a tribute to Anna Netrebko on the occasion of her 50th birthday.
A selection of musical, literary and historical renegades throughout history with music and poetry to accompany their stories.
Somethings old, somethings new. Shigeru Umebayashi, Kremerata Baltica, Ella, and a big, big birthday tribute to the Big O.
A brief–all too brief–sampling from the finest years in jazz.
An sally into the ancient times of Babel, unity consciousness, the fall from grace, and the album Babel by French composer Hugh de Courson in which he cross pollinates time, distance and musical heritage.
Music for porch settin’ this week, where people gather in the cool of the evening to sip cool drinks, sing and make music together.
From Ray Charles to Vivaldi, Christopher Marlowe, and Sting, a celebration in song of summer at its utmost.
Songs and stories of hot summer days, sultry nights; a river god gone mad with desire, and a huntress whose flight spanned continents.