Presenting & Multidisciplinary Works

Podcasts

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George Wein

Photo by Vance Jacobs/vancejacobs.com

Impresario, 2005 NEA Jazz Master

A conversation with George Wein, the man who launched the first outdoor jazz festival in the US--the legendary Newport Jazz Festival. [29:54]

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Caron Atlas

Photo courtesy of the Arts and Democracy Project

Director, Arts and Democracy Project

Bread and Roses in a Brooklyn shelter: Caron Atlas demonstrates how the arts can be a critical component of disaster relief. [31:45]

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Clive Gillinson

Photo by Peter Murphy

Executive and Artistic Director, Carnegie Hall

Clive Gillinson on bringing Carnegie Hall to all New Yorkers. [34:36]

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Meredith Monk

Photo by Jesse Frohman

Composer, Choreographer, Performer

Meredith Monk reflects on her 45-year career as a performance artist. [41:35]

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Kerry Henderson

Photo courtesy the of Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice

Baritone, Executive Director of the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice

Kerry Henderson talks about co-creating a festival from scratch in a small mountain town with little money and a lot of help from friends and neighbors. [25:31]

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Sara Coffey

Photo by Jeff Woodward

Arts programmer and presenter

Co-Founder of the Vermont Performance Lab, Sara Coffey talks about creating spaces and community support for contemporary dance in rural Vermont.  [26:06]

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Creative Placemaking in Miami

Lolo Reskin, founder of Sweat Records

Three of Miami’s cultural organizers talk about the  power of art in building community. [31:43]