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On this week's radio show, my guests are Mike Cohen and Dixon's Violin. Michael H. Cohen is an internationally renowned Kirtan artist, teacher, healer and leader who guides Kirtan participants into heights of joy, energy and awareness through his unforgettable style of Kirtan music. Dixon's life mission is to inspire people. He has done so across North America captivating audiences at intimate shows and wowing crowds of thousands, including Burning Man and giving two TED talks/performances.
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On “the Conversation” tonight!!! We’re featuring 3 great guests who have done some amazing accomplishments and we’re excited to hear HOW?
Black Violin: To most people, jazz, hip-hop, funk, and classical are musical genres. But to revolutionary music group Black Violin, they're nothing but ingredients.
Combining a daunting array of musical styles and influences to produce a signature sound that is not quite maestro, not quite emcee, this group of two classically trained violinists and their DJ is redefining the music world-one string at a time.
LaTosha Brown: We’ve discovered a fabulous singer who’s making her mark in the indie industry! Sit back and let us delve into her comings and goings AND let’s listen to her melodic voice….
Lola Jenkins: We’re sitting down w/ Lola Jenkins and her Quilt Artistry!!! If you love folk art and design you’ll love her amazing work!
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“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Pablo Casals – Le Cygne (The Swan)
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All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US
Pablo Casals – Le Cygne (The Swan) / Moment Musical
Le Cygne (The Swan) / Moment Musical (Shellac, 10")
A: Le Cygne (The Swan) Violin cello solo
The Carnival of the Animals (Le carnaval des animaux) is a musical suite of fourteen movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. The work was written for private performance by an ad hoc ensemble of two pianos and other instruments, and lasts around 25 minutes.
Composer Saint-Saens piano Nicolai Medikoff
B: Moment Musical Violin cello solo
Piano Nicolai Medikoff
Pau Casals i Defilló (Catalan: December 29, 1876 – October 22, 1973), known during his professional career as Pablo Casals, was a Spanish Catalan cellist and conductor. He is generally regarded as the pre-eminent cellist of the first half of the 20th century, and one of the greatest cellists of all time. He made many recordings throughout his career, of solo, chamber, and orchestral music, also as conductor, but he is perhaps best remembered for the recordings of the Bach Cello Suites he made from 1936 to 1939
June 19, 2015
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today we are recapping the New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Park - presented by Didi and Oscar Schafer
Thursday June 18, 2015 at 8:00pm
location: The Great Lawn Central Park, Manhattan NY
Concert: 15,926 in the park
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Violin: Renaud Capucon
This program is supported in part by public fund from the New York city dept. of cultural affairs in partnership with the City Council.
The concert in the part are presented in cooperation with the city of new york dept of parks and recreation bill de blasio mayor the borough president and city council of new york
Time length of the concert: one and three quarters hours one intermission
-Roman Carnival Overture
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** Tonight's Guest**
Jewel Steele picked up the guitar when she was 9 years old and has been playing non-stop ever since. Jewel began performing in public the Summer of 2010 on her local street corner. Jewel Steele is endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars and she also rocks the violin and drums too. Lula Steele picked up the bass guitar when she was 10 years old. Influenced by her jazz musician Grandfather, Lula also plays Upright Bass and was the only female bass player in her middle school orchestra. Lula is endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars and loves to thump da bass everytime she gets a chance. Judd Steele brings years of playing drums to the table. Judd has toured for the troops, playing in Afghanistan and other destinations around the world. Looking for a fun family activity to do together, Judd being a rock and roll dad, decided to start a band with his two daughters and wala... a 3-piece made in heaven! Judd plays Premier, English made drums, like his father, Judd Sr., did. STEREO LOVE recently won 'Hollywood Rocks' at the Las Vegas Rocks Music Awards 2013. The band played some 200+ shows since 2011... including festivals, clubs, bars and schools all the way from the west coast to Las Vegas. STEREO LOVE's motto is "good things will come to those, if you work like hell while waiting".
Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, Speaker, Consultant, and Community Advocate. www.svetlanakim.com
Tony DeBlois was born weighing 1 lb., ¾ oz. But that was only the first obstacle that he had to overcome. Tony is also blind and autistic, with Savant Syndrome.
This 41-year-old pianist from Randolph, MA, who has been playing piano since age two, was the subject of a movie inspired by actual events in Tony’s life. “Journey of the Heart,” with Cybil Shepard, was a 1997 CBS made-for-TV movie of the week. Additionally, he has appeared on 2 Catholic Global Showcase Specials (2001) and The Learning Channel’s “Uncommon Genius,” Strange Science “Unusual People,” and “Understanding the Mysteries of Memory.”
Tony graduated magna cum laude from Berklee College of Music. In addition to piano and organ, he plays harmonica, guitar, harpsichord, English hand bells, violin, banjo, drums, saxophone, clarinet, ukulele, mandolin, flute and trumpet. His extensive repertoire includes jazz, classical, pop, rock and show tunes. Tony’s favorite phrase seems to be, “I haven’t learned that yet.” He is on Facebook and has a website, www.tonydeblois.com.
Kristy Cambron fancies life as a vintage-inspired storyteller. Her debut historical novel, THE BUTTERFLY AND THE VIOLIN (HarperCollins Christian Publishing, 2014), was named to Library Journal Reviews' Best Books of 2014 and Family Fiction's Top Ten Novels of 2014. Her debut also received a nomination for RT Reviewers' Choice Awards Best Inspirational Novel of 2014 and a nomination for the 2015 INSPY Awards for Best Debut Novel. Her second novel, A SPARROW IN TEREZIN (HarperCollins Christian Publishing, April 2015), was named Library Journal Reviews' Pick of the Month (Christian Fiction) for February 2015 and a Top Pick for RT Book Reviews.
An award-winning author, June Foster is also a retired teacher with a BA in Education and a MA in counseling. She is the mother of two and grandmother of ten. June began writing Christian romance in 2010. She penned her first novel on her Toshiba laptop as she and her husband traveled the US in their RV. Her adventures provided a rich source of information for her novels. In 2013, June's book Give Us This Day was a finalist in EPIC's eBook awards and in 2014 a finalist in the National Readers Choice Awards for best first book. Ryan's Father won The Clash of the Titles book of the month for January 2014 and was one of three finalists in the published contemporary fiction category of the 2014 Oregon Christian Writers Cascade Writing Contest and Awards. Deliver Us was a finalist in COTT's 2014 Laurel Awards.
June enjoys writing stories about characters who overcome the circumstances in their lives by the power of God and His Word. June uses her training in counseling and her Christian beliefs in creating characters who find freedom to live godly lives.
Wednesday May 27th on Y-CLAD CHAT, we have special guest Gigi from Music By Gigi. She will play something special live on our show, just for our listeners.
Gigi is one of the most in-demand violinists in New York City. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, she is a graduate of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, where she studied violin performance. Gigi is also a Juilliard educated violinist. She has been dazzling audiences all over the world with her vibrant and luxurious sound. She has shared the stage with stars like Steven Tyler and Josh Groban and has appeared on The Today Show, The View, Good Morning America and so much more.
She has been recognized by and performed for today's most successful lifestyle gurus and event planners such as Colin Cowie, Marcy Blum, Bryan Ranelli and Martha Stewart.
Gigi founded Music By Gigi so that anyone planning an event will have access to the best in entertainment. Because Music By Gigi was founded by a professional musician, the entertainers on staff are the most professional, highly trained, sophisticated, and FUN entertainers for hire.
Music By Gigi offers a full spectrum of event entertainment from musicians to performers, and can bring entertainment to you anywhere in the country. Best of all, they can work within most budgets to make your event spectacular.
Designer Feature: Chain & Spikes Necklace by Adia Kibur Collection.
Chain & Spikes Necklace is a silver and Hematite chunky 4-tier necklace with one tier of spikes. Each tier has different widths and sizes to add drama. It's definitely a conversation piece and as part of Y-Clad's more affordable line we're offering the look without the hefty price tag.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Victor Record Souvenir De Moscow
Performed Mischa Elman
William Tell overture / Arthur Pryor's Band
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Souvenir de Moscow (Primary title)
Mischa Elman (instrumentalist: violin)
Percy B. Kahn (instrumentalist: piano)
Josef Bonime (instrumentalist: piano)
Master Size: 12-in.
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix C-8814. Souvenir de Moscow / Mischa Elman," accessed May 21, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200008913/C-8814-Souvenir_de_Moscow.
Victor Record 35120 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)
Victor C-1275 9/23/1909
William Tell overture / Arthur Pryor's Band
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor 35120 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)," accessed May 21, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/86756/Victor_35120
Everybody loves it when the luck of the #Irish goes their way, but this classically trained Celtic trio is looking for a little love & support back to their kickstarter campaign. Artists Emer Barry (soprano vocals), Aisling Ennis (harp), & Mary McCague (violin) join Tamara Leigh's Trend On - Engaging Your Audience to Trend On You! to share their current kickstart campaign LIVE Wed., 5/13/15 at 10amCT.
Alice Osborn’s (http://aliceosborn.com/) past educational and work experience is unusually varied, and it now feeds her work as a poet, as well as an editor-for-hire, writing coach, Reiki Master practitioner, dynamic speaker/facilitator. After the Steaming Stops is her most recent collection of poetry; previous collections are Right Lane Ends and Unfinished Projects. Alice is also the editor of the anthologies Tattoos and Creatures of Habitat, both from Main Street Rag Publishing Company.
She’s currently at work on her upcoming collection, Heroes without Capes. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has appeared in the News and Observer, The Broad River Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Soundings Review and in numerous journals and anthologies.She serves on the North Carolina Writers’ Network Board of Trustees. When she’s not editing or writing, Alice is a competitive Irish dancer, as well as an aspiring musician on guitar and violin. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, two children and four messy birds.
Education: MA English, Rhetoric/Composition, North Carolina State University
Master’s Thesis, “A Conversation in the Composition Classroom: Finding Our Voice Through Creative Nonfiction” Advisor: Chris M. Anson, Phd
Jenny Undercofler is a leading force in contemporary music education, having served as the music director for the Kaufman Center's Special Music School since 2004. The Special Music School is the only public school in New York City that integrates pre-conservatory music education with academic studies, providing an unparalleled training environment for musically gifted children.
Ms. Undercofler also co-founded and leads the youth ensemble Face the Music. In residence at the Kaufman Center, Face the Music breaks the boundaries of classical music education and performance, featuring today's music presented by the emerging artistic voices of tomorrow. The group burst onto the scene in 2005, performing works by such new-music mainstays as Michael Gordon, Phil Kline and John Adams.
Her daughter,Amelia a 4th grader, plays the violin and viola as part of this progrsm.