Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes master saxophonist PAUL WINTER who is winner of six Grammy Awards and twelve Grammy nominations. We’ll hear about his 50th Anniversary Anthology album of the Paul Winter Sextet, and his journey as a musician and vegetarian. Look for the companion cookbook to Season Three: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites. (You can pre-order it now!) Paul Winter’s musical realm has long embraced the traditions of the world’s cultures, as well as the extraordinary voices of what he refers to as “the greater symphony of the Earth.” His concert tours and recording expeditions have taken him to thirty-seven countries and to wilderness areas on six continents. Winter’s forming of Living Music Records in 1980 has created the recording forum for the exploration of his musical-ecological sound-vision, enabling musicians to record special Earth Music and reach the human community with music of the wider earth community. The timeless music of Living Music Records is usually recorded in Winter’s barn-studio surrounded by protected woodland, sometimes in natural acoustic spaces such as the Grand Canyon, and frequently beneath the vaults of the Cathedral of St John the Divine, the world’s largest Gothic cathedral where the Consort are artists-in-residence. Paul Winter’s Winter and Summer Solstice Celebrations, and Earth Mass performed each Feast of St Francis, are among the most popular seasonal events in New York City.
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