The music, the story, the significance of Erik Satie in shaping modern harmony, contemporary style and today’s aesthetic.
Some of our recent programs:
A tribute to the musical world we live in, especially that of birdsong, and in particular, the eastern virtuoso, the catbird.
A tribute to the darling buds of May and one of Christopher Marlowe’s (d/b/a Shakespeare) finest sonnets, No. 18.
A wide sampling of songs of April and springtime from the medieval to the present day.
A look back at the seminal album of Marvin Gaye, What’s Going On.
A celebration of April, the month of eternal youth. Peepers, bird song, and songs of the human heart singing of spring eternal.
The singer everyone knows, and the story of the men determined to destroy her that we’ve waited 60 years to hear.
In honor of his birthday, Part II of an exploration of the rebellious genius of J. S. Bach.
In honor of his birthday this week, an exploration of the rebellious genius of J. S. Bach. You’ve heard his greatest hits. But come along and be introduced to the man you’ve never really known.
A moving portrait of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Elis Regina, and Helo Pinheira, the Girl from Ipanema.
An exploration of the finest celebration of spring, Aguas de Março, and the unparalleled artistry of Antonio Carlos Jobim.