Cellista was trained as a classical cellist but detached herself from that label while in graduate school at San...
From California to Tiny Desk Entry with Folk Musician, Moira Smiley
Moira Smiley's mystical, soulful music will tug at your heartstrings. Her roots as a folk musician with training in...
Music for Refugees with Betsy Blakeslee
Betsy Blakeslee has been working with refugees for over 20 years. She’s been witness to the power of music and sound’s power to transform and shift people who have gone through trauma. This episode dives into the brain science behind that and the shifts in people’s lives she’s witnessed.
How the Blues Liberated Women with Pamela Rose
How women, especially black women brought us the blues. Part 2 of my conversation with vocalist Pamela’s Rose whose life work is dedicated to recognizing women in music.
Women Who Created the Blues with Pamela Rose
Jazz and blues vocalist, Pamela Rose shares how she has championed women composers and performers throughout her long and varied career in jazz and blues, including her touring shows: Wild Women of Song and Blues is a Woman.
From Song Exploder to Cookie Exploder
Sound lovers who enjoy Song Exploder, a series about music by Hrishikesh Hirway will also enjoy his graphic novel, Cookie Exploder about his work in sound, along with his relationship with his father.