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Breaking Glass
Primary Organization Name: Glimmerglass Opera Festival; WFMT Radio Network
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Organization Location : Cooperstown, New York, United States

Breaking Glass is a five-episode podcast that explores social justice through the lens of opera. Produced by the Glimmerglass Opera Festival and the WFMT Radio Network, this show challenges ideas of who opera is for and who should create it. Host Paige Hernandez and contributor T…

The Concert – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Primary Organization Name: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
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Organization Location : Boston, Massachusetts

Music has been an integral part of the Gardner experience since Isabella Stewart Gardner opened her Museum with a celebration featuring a performance by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Today, you can listen to music from the Gardner Museum anytime—for free! The Museum’s…

Key Change | Creating Opera for All Voices
Primary Organization Name: The Santa Fe Opera; Opera for All Voices
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Organization Location : Santa Fe, New Mexico

What if we fail? What if we succeed? What if we keep imagining? These and other questions guide us through the ups and downs of a new initiative called Opera for All Voices. Join us as we explore the commission and creation of new operas and their connection to our industry, our…

Sounds to Grow On
Primary Organization Name: Smithsonian Folkways
Organization Location : Washington, D.C., United States

The CKUA Radio Network presents Smithsonian Folkways: Sounds to Grow On, a new 26-part series featuring the original recordings of the Folkways Collection, now a cornerstone of Smithsonian Folkways Records’ vast catalogue. Hosted by Michael Asch, the only child of Folkways Record…

Tapestry of the Times
Primary Organization Name: Smithsonian Folkways; WYPR 88.1 FM
Organization Location : Washington, D.C., United States

Join Aaron Henkin on an ear-opening voyage back in time and around the globe as he takes listeners on 36, hour-long tours through the wide-ranging sound archives of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Real music, real people, and the stories behind the sounds.