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Standing on the shoulders of the late African-American music critic, Raoul Abdul, Patrick D. McCoy is committed to informing the ENTIRE community about the joys of classical music.

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Soloman Howard joins the show to speak about his trajectory in the arena of opera. The Morgan University and Manhattan School of Music graduate is currently one of Washington National Opera's rising stars and is set to make his... more

Anton Armstrong the conductor of the Saint Olaf Choir joins the show to discuss his career and views on Choral Music. The noted conductor is in Washington at the Chorus America conference.

Terri Allen, Executive Director of the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) and its co-founder Pamela Simonson (with brother Victor Simonson) drop in on Arts Across America to discuss the role of CAAPA... more

When Travis Pratt took the stage on the hit television show "America's Got Talent" no one one was ready for what happened next. Approaching the microphone, Pratt dedicated a soaring rendition in his soprano voice of the... more

The is a not to be missed show confronting the monsters of jealousy and envy in the arts. On one breath, a person can be praised and revered for the beauty they create, then slandered all on the same breath. Joining the show to unpack the... more

For many couples whose marriages end in divorce, there is some solace found in monetary compensation or the gain of tangible belongings. But what happens when two people that once shared the gift of music no longer experience it... more

THE KING OF INSTRUMENTS welcomes esteemed organist, conductor and Bach scholar J. Reilly Lewis to discuss his upcoming concert performance with NOW, The New Orchestra of Washington. No stranger to Washington, D. C.... more

THE OPERA DIVA SERIES welcomes Canadian American soprano Othalie Graham to the show. She joins the broadcast to discuss first international performance in the title role of Puccini's Turnadot in Mexico. Ms. Graham... more

Scholar, Ethnomusicologist and Social Activist Alisha Lola Jones drop in to chat about the 2012 Genius Conference for Men, scheduled to be held at THEARC in D. C. next month. She willbe joined by David Hughey, a featured performer... more

Co-Founders of D.C. newest, trend-setting orchestra, N. O. W. Grace Cho and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez join Patrick for a lively and informative chat about the orchestra's inaugural concert season, "A TOAST TO SEASON ONE." The... more
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