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Lindsay Cuff is interviewed by her husband Yana Kehrlein about her inspirations as a writer/musician, her writing process, the influence of her grandfather, his death and her family.
Maureen Kwiat Meshenberg, poet and author, discusses writing poetry through the pandemic “Our Surrendering Pause; 30 Poems in 30 Days” published by Golden Dragonfly Press-proceeds go to COVID Relief. Also discusses involving underserved Chicago youth to express their deepest selves...
Susan Kelley (57) sits down with her mother, Grace Kelley (89), to talk about her experience immigrating to the United States from Palestine, to discuss her passions for nursing and music, and to remember members of their family who have...
Sarah Shields (32) talks with her husband Christopher "Chris" Shields (36) about how they met and decided to build a life together, their passion for their work and making a difference, and what the future might hold.
Opera Del Sol is taking Opera and making it cool. Opening Opera Wars in Orlando November 24th and 25th at the Abbey.
Stories about learning to horseback ride, learning to sing and perform in operas and writing her future husband in Vietnam; the story of how they met by writing to each other.
One Small Step participants Tyler Beam (44) and Sarah Davis (40) discuss their experiences living abroad, what it's like pursuing a second career and master's degree in their forties, their political beliefs, and their spiritual identities.
One Small Step conversation partners Tosca Hieftje (65) and Carin Mayo (52) discuss womanhood, pets and finding what diversity means.
Steve Desroches (47) and Mark Cortale (53) discuss Cortale's career as a manager and producer of live entertainment with a focus on his work as the artistic director of the Art House in Provincetown, Massachusetts and as manager for drag...
Jerome Shannon (66) and his husband, Charles Smoke (69), sit down for a conversation about moving from Mobile, AL to Pensacola, FL, the organizations that they are involved with in Pensacola, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives...
Liz Huff (50) talks with her voice teacher, mentor, and friend, Gary Race (70), about teaching and directing opera. Recorded August 11, 2020.
Julia Bagladi Molnar tells her kids about her life in Hungary during the Hungarian Revolution, her family’s escape to the US after the Soviet crackdown, and living in Boston and California, while keeping Hungarian traditions alive.
Colleagues Patrick McCoy (41) and Kelvin Page (57) discuss the National Association of Negro Musicians' (NANM) Washington D.C. chapter started by Patrick, representation and diversity in classical music, and those who have influenced their connection to and experience with music.
Brian McCaffrey (64) and his teacher, Pablo Siqueiros (32), talk about the power of music, what inspired them to pursue music, and singing at the Minnesota Opera.
Charles Lynch (71) talks to Christina Kellogg (72) about his remarkable life. Born into a big family in Alabama, he was picking cotton by twelve but dreaming of a very different life centered on opera and Jesus Christ.
Steve Desroches (47) and Rod Vaughan (50) talk about Vaughan's background in opera performance and blue grass music, particularly as a banjo player, and how that morphed into the unusual band the Electric Milk Machine in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Angela Little was born in 1920 in San Francisco to Italian and German immigrants. She wanted to be a scientist since she was a little girl and was one of the first women in the field of biology and nutrition.
Andre Garcia-Nuthmann (62) speaks with his best friend Victoria Evans (65) about how he became involved in music at an early age, how he continued his career by studying in Europe and later back in the US. He also talks...