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My father is a musical man who enjoyed his time serving and loves to encourage others.
An interview with a true Saggitarian, Linda who was born and raised in Rhode Island in a multitalented musical family. With an antique dealer mother and a father who could fix anything and play most any instrument it is no...
I interview my mom about lessons learned from her parents - my grandparents - Dick & Irene Dressell
Es sobre familia, escuela, música, etc.
Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.
Grandma Ina Goldberg tells her grandsons Adam and Ian Tardif (through facilitator/mom Amy Tardif) about her life and the grandfather they never met.
Thomas Rushin (77) is interviewed by his two grandsons Jason Irr (19) and James Irr (25) about his life as a jazz percussionist, sculptor and what the arts taught him about life.
Bridget Parker interviews her mother, Dr. Amy Parker, in Solebury Township on January 1, 2020. She discusses what her life was like growing up with her aunt and uncle. She grew up in Bloomfield, NJ and worked in both music...
A day in the life of Diana Fischer-Reddick who is my lovely mother! We talked about childhood, struggles, views on society, and family.
My grandmother, Corazon (Zonie) Rodis’ experience as a child in the midst of WW2 in the Philippines and her immigration to the US. Zonie expresses her increasing passion for the Arts as well as the importance of family.
Robert Scoggings talks about his life in the Ariforce, and he talks about his life at home.
I interviewed my classmate Stephanie Li and she talked about her family. How her parents are from out of the country. And her sister and the relationship they have. Stephanie also talked about how she enjoys instruments in and out...
Louis spoke about his father and his memories and admiration for his father Harold Milton Joannes.
**The Date Was January 20, 2020** Imagine If you had no supporters and nobody that believed in you. To prove everyone wrong, you would have to work hard everyday to reach your goal of being successful. My Dad started from nothing...
We had a chance to discuss family and impactful moments. We talk about reaching goals, perseverance and the building blocks of life.
This interview was conducted over Skype because Megan and I live over 2,000 miles away. We talk about who she is, what made her, and who she looks up to, the impact that religion, her peers, and her family have...
My father, Tommy Carter, has lived and breathed music his whole life. But what has life on the road really taught him? Was touring really what he expected? Through this interview, I discovered how living life on the road teaches...
After over 10 years of pancake-filled breakfasts and festive holidays with him, Felicity finally decided it was time to give back. For the first time in a long time coming, she decided to put her Uncle Gary in the spotlight....
In interviewing my sister Dayanara, she touched on things such as life experiences, hardships in terms of self harm, self actualization, the AP program, and everything else in between.
We discussed my father’s life and education in Bangladesh and in the United States as well as his current passion of music
I interview my mom about her childhood growing up in North Dakota and experience moving to Memphis. She gives her perspective from working internationally at FedEx to being a cellist and my mother.
In this interview I sat down with my dad and we discussed some of his favorite artists as well as his own personal taste in music.
We talked about my grandmother and her childhood. It was kind of emotional for me. This interview took place on November 25 2018. It took place at my living room and it was a Skype call from Manhattan Beach to...