With Rachel Katz
A Tempo is a 30-minute public affairs program devoted to issues, challenges and opportunities facing the performing arts.The show examines the impact of the economy, technology, and social and cultural changes on musicians, ensembles, venues and other organizations involved with the arts. It also looks into the importance of music and arts education, and public support and appreciation, including philanthropy. In addition to one or two feature interviews, the show includes a short selection of news headlines from around the arts world. A Tempo airs Saturdays at 7 pm.
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A visit with PLOrk (Princeton Laptop Orchestra) Guest: Jeff Snyder, director, PLOrk. For photos, check out our Facebook page here.
The NeON Arts Initiative. Guests: Ann Gregg, director of community programs, Carnegie Hall; Clinton Lacey, deputy commissioner for adult operations, NYC Department of Probation; and Ayanne Cole, executive director, Life Light Street Productions.
Guest: Pianist Kimball Gallagher on his Antarctic recital.
BalletX dance program in South Philadelphia. Guests: BalletX co-founder and co-artistic director Christine Cox and Andrew Jackson School principal Lisa Kaplan.
Guests: Decoda Music ensemble members Seth Baer and Claire Bryant.
The Charles Ives Studio recreation at the National Academy of Arts and Letters.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's Kickstarter Campaign. Guests: Jode Weisfield, vice president of development, and Al Jacobsen, senior manager of corporate and tour sponsorship, Pittsburgh Symphony.
Sphinx Competition. Guests: Samuel Nebyu, Xavier Foley, and Sebastian Ortega, semi-finalists, Sphinx Competition, and Andre Dowell, artistic director and competition director, Sphinx Organization.
The future of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Guests: Gayle Rose, Memphis Symphony Board of Trustees Chair, and Roland Valliere, CEO and president, of the Memphis Symphony.
Regional 2014-2015 Season Preview - Highlights from the New York Philharmonic, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Carnegie Hall season previews.
Grammy Preview. Guests: James Jordan, director, Williamson Voices at Westminster Choir College of Rider University; Kent Knappenberger, music teacher at Westfield Academy and Central School in Westfield, NY and this year's winner of the Grammy Foundation Music Educator Award; and Andrew DeNicola, director of bands at John P. Stevens High School in Edison, NJ, a finalist for the Grammy Foundation Music Educator Award.
One-hour Bach special. Guests: Sir John Eliot Gardiner, conductor and author, Bach - Music in the Castle of Heaven. And a look at the 100th birthday of Bach scholar William Scheide.
Guest: George Mathew, founder and artistic director, Music for Life International.
Opera Roundtable Part 2. Guests: David Devan, general director, Opera Philadelphia; Jason Tramm, artistic director; Mid-Atlantic Opera; Brendan Cooke, general director, Opera Delaware; and Sandra Millstein-Pucciatti, co-founder, Boheme Opera New Jersey.
Opera Roundtable Part 1. Guests: David Devan, general director, Opera Philadelphia; Jason Tramm, artistic director; Mid-Atlantic Opera; Brendan Cooke, general director, Opera Delaware; and Sandra Millstein-Pucciatti, co-founder, Boheme Opera New Jersey; Marc Scorca, President and CEO, Opera America.
Guest: Stephen Walsh, professor, Cardiff University, and author of Musorgsky and His Circle: A Russian Musical Adventure.
The arts and the U.S. Economy. Guests: Sunil Iyengar, director of research and analysis, and Bonnie Nichols, analyst, National Endowment for the Arts: Part 2 of Ann Meier Baker, president and CEO, Chorus America.
Why singing makes us happy - and the state of choral singing in the U.S. Guests: Stacy Horn, author, Imperfect Harmony, and Ann Meier Baker, president and CEO, Chorus America.