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As the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble embark on their European tour, brother "Hudah" stops in and updates the Bodega Fresh Fans on the success of thier independent film, touring and what the future holds for the brothers. Tune in Sunday, 7m with host Nadine Michel
PAM Time - PAM Murphy: Ensemble Singing
Enjoy an episode featuring some fun information on Music and the benefits from singing in an ensemble situation. Enjoy the dynamic vocal melodies of PAM Murphy as she features original songs from her personal repertoire. Listen to the wonderful sounds of the children's choir - HVC Pipers, as the group ranging in ages 6 to 18 years of age, join together in harmony to add a beautiful ensemble blend to PAM's original songs. Be inspired by her practical and excellent vocal tips for anyone who loves to sing. PAM is a professional soprano vocalist, and was classically trained by Calvin Gage at Crane School of Music. Listen to her inspirational quotes and stories as PAM relates her songs and messages in a refreshing way. Tune in for a night filled with great music and fun! It's PAM-Time!
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Join host Frank Anderson as he interviews cast members from the Houston Ensemble's latest production, By The Way, Meet Vera Starks. Also if you have a birthday listen in , you may hear your name in our weekly birthday shout outs, plus comedy corner and as always, our version of the Quiet Storm:For Lovers Onl
Today, we speak with singer, Myrna Clayton and founder of the Voices Embodied Ensemble, which is a unique show style singing group that features talented singers who have physical challenges and awesome voices. This power packed show will feature these amazing singers using their gifts to empower others to use theirs. The ensemble performs some of the latest contemporary songs as well as classic songs across genres and will be performing on November 6 in Atlanta.
Join us tonight. I am interviewing and playing the music of Antonio Parker Jazz saxophonist, composer, arranger, songwriter, producer, educator, and USIA Jazz Ambassador. He is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Antonio has performed music nationally and internationally for over 20 years. After hearing the music of the legendary alto saxophonist, Charlie Parker, jazz became the focus of his musical pursuits. While attending Howard University in Washington DC, he joined the Jazz Ensemble, and has written, recorded and toured with the band, and now resides in the Washington DC Metropolitan. Jazz Notes keeping jazz alive!
"Or What?" 2nd online band practice via Blog Talk Radio! "Or What?" featuring Mr. Bob Lott as the Master of Ceremonies! Mr. Lott or Amanda Dye will be hosting a question and answer! They will be taking all of your calls! Bear with us as we are a work in progress!
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Invite all of your friends, family and colleagues also! Music, fun, interesting and exciting experience for the entire family! Don't miss out! Be sure to tune in! Call in for your birthday shout-outs!
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You have seen the headlines. Time after time another racist cop or lay white supremacist is let go off all responsibility for the murder of young black men. Before the verdict is read police ensemble. Armed militia extremists stand by vampiric chain superstores, their trigger finger itching to pop any protester or brown person that they can squeeze in a cross-hair. The media comes inciting flames and creating violent tall tales for the multitude of drowsy public. Even confirmed paid actors have been enlisted in' post racial" America's mayhem, by agitating violence and encouraging assaults. Why is mainstream media portraying uniformly slanted stories of protest and unrest in America, coloring every racist stereotype with pure propaganda?
WHY IS AMERICA PUSHING FOR A RACE WAR?
Mississippi Sip, talks exclusively to 2RAW4TV about his music, movment, and the down south revolution.
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It's time for another episode of Single Mom Sage Hour's Single Mom Spotlight. Join Ms. Jennifer Pink as she talks with Porsche' M. Norman.
Porsche' started dancing at the age of 4, under the direction of Paul and Arlene Kennedy, with a solid training in all genres including tap, ballet, jaz, hip-hop, modern, African and swing. Porsche' was a founding member of the professional dance company, the Kennedy Tap Company (KTC), created by the Kennedys.
Porsche' trained for three years at Hamilton HS, Jason Samuels Smith, a world-renowned tap master, in 04, attended Debbie Allen's Dance Academy (DADA), and was an intern for the LA Tap Festival under the direction of Jason Samuels Smith and Chloe Arnold. Porsche was an original member of Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies and was selected by Samuels Smith to be featured in Dance Spirit Magazine. She is currently a principal dancer for the Funderburk Dance Artists (FDA), under the direction of Michelle Funderburk.
Now she has focused her efforts on Tajallet Dance Company/Youth Ensemble with her partner Mychal Harris in the hopes of giving back to the art-form that has given her so much.
The legendary Katherine Dunham was more than just a dancer. She was an Anthropologist and a Historian who helped preserve the cultural heritage of African people through music and dance, bringing honor and respect to the ancient rituals of rhythmic body movements that recorded history. The Katherine Dunham Centers For The Arts and Humanities in St. Louis Missouri has been a beacon of light in preserving the rich African culture and inspiring many performers to appreciate the deeper meaning and uses of the dance expression. It is an institution that stands as a beacon of hope in a city so recently plagued with despair. Financial challenges threaten to cause the Katherine Dunham Center to be closed, and dedicated activists are fighting to raise the necessary dollars to preserve this institution. Will the community win this fight to maintain a powerful legacy? Professional dancer Laurie Goux, Artistic Director of SpiritWing Dance Ensemble and a student of the Katherine Dunham Technique, is organizing a cooperative community effort to preserve this historic site in St. Louis.
Suzanne is an actress who has been making her home in Hartford for a little over two years. Watch for her in the upcoming season of Orange is the New Black! Theater credits include THE HOW AND THE WHY at New Century Theatre; EMILIE: LAMARQUISE DU CHATELET DEFENDS HER LIFE TONIGHT at WAM Theatre;WOYZECK, MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, and TARTUFFE at the Clarence Brown Theatre; TWELFTH NIGHT and HENRY IV, PART 2 at the Richmond Shakespeare Festival; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Tennessee Stage; and THE SEAGULL and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Henley Street Players.
Locally, Suzanne has performed with Hartbeat Ensemble and Bated Breath Theatre Company. In 2014 she participated in a reading of a new translation of Moliere'sGeorge Dandin at Hartford Stage. Not one to wait for work, Suzanne organizes a monthly CT-based actor's playreading group and is the Director of Bated Breath Theatre Company's Physical Theatre Training Center. She is invested in creating opportunity for CT based actors in the local market. Prior to CT, Suzanne studied Theatre and Environmental Science at the College of William and Mary and earned an MFA in Acting from the 3 year conservatory program at The University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She has also studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory in NYC and continues to take classes both in Hartford and New York.
As with any actor, much of her time is spent auditioning (read: schlepping between New York and Boston) and resisting the urge to binge watch television. She also practices yoga, loves a good run, and tries to go for a hike in the mountains whenever time allows.
Veteran Entertainment Reporter and Actor Nicholas Snow showcases Director David O. Russell presenting his American Hustle cast - Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Paul Herman, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner, Elisabeth Rohm, Shea Whigham and the rest - with the Ensemble Performance Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala on January 4, 2014 (before the Golden Globes and announcement of Academy Award nominees).
Follow Nicholas Snow at SnowbizNow.com, and discover his riveting new living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, at LifePostiveBook.com.
Viswa Subbaraman is the Artistic and Music Director of The Skylight Music Theatre in Milwaukee, WI.
Raised in Texas, Viswa studied music and biology at Duke University before assisting William Henry Curry, Resident Conductor; North Carolina Symphony.
After his master’s degree at Texas Tech University he got a Fulbright Grant to study conducting with John Nelson in Paris where he was also Visiting Assistant Conductor of the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris. Subbaraman was offered a post by Kurt Masur with the Orchestre National de France. After his year, Subbaraman received the first ever Fulbright grant issued by the French Fullbright commission.
Subbaraman has conducted orchestras such as Bombay Chamber Orchestra (Mumbai, India), Orchestre Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy, Orchestre National de France (Paris, France), Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Subbaraman was debut conductor at the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center D.C. for the National Conducting Institute.
He got an MBA from McCombs School of Business, UT Austin and is collaborating with renowned economics professor Michael Brandl to write a business primer for musicians. Viswa studied with prominent conductors including Leonard Slatkin, Marin Alsop, David Effron, Gunther Schuller. He received the Edward C. Lynch Fellowship. Most recently, Subbaraman was invited to be an INK fellow as part of the INKTalks in Mumbai.
Before Milwaukee, Subbaraman was the Artistic Director/Founder of Opera Vista in Houston where he conducted the world premiere of James Norman's Wake…, the Texas Premiere and historic New Orleans premiere of Amy Beach's Cabildo, and the creation of the annual Vista Competition for new opera.
Viswa lives in Milwaukee with his cats Milton and Cameron and considers himself a devout fan of college basketball.