WUOT Podcast

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WUOT's Clara Prinston talks to Tori Franklin and Logan Campbell about UT Opera Theatre's production of Carmen.

 

 

 

Aram Demirjian discusses the enduring popularity of one of the great works in classical music, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.  He also explains the inspired thinking behind the inclusion of Harrell’s Time Like an Everflowing Stream and Montgomery’s Banner.  

Harold Budd on Big Ears

Apr 5, 2019
Todd Steed / Mr.

Composer Harold Budd sat down with Todd Steed at the Big Ears Festival and reflected on his latest works, Knoxville, Stan Getz, ACME, and the lack of choice dining options in Joshua Tree. 

The interview was conducted in the lobby of his hotel.  Please free free to enjoy the extra ambience. 

Nate Chinen talks with Todd Steed about his new book, Playing Changes: Jazz for the New Century and reflects on his experience at the Big Ears Festival. 

Ken Burns Goes Country

Mar 26, 2019
Todd Steed

The newest Ken Burns film, Country Music, will air this fall on PBS. Ken Burns is currently out on a bus tour with producer and writer Dayton Duncan, producer Julie Dunfey, and Old Crow Medicine Show’s Ketch Secor. Todd Steed caught up with all four of them earlier this week for a wide ranging chat covering inspiration, race, Dolly Parton, and more. 

Bill Frisell and Gregory Tardy sat down with Todd Steed after their recent performance for Live at Lucille's.  They discuss their upcoming duo record and their unique musical history. 

Roscoe Mitchell talks to Todd Steed about his 50 years with Art Ensemble of Chicago and his return to the Big Ears Festival.

Kelle Jolly and Faith Morris sit down with Todd Steed to talk about the joys of staging the Women In Jazz Jam Festival. 

Schedule here.

Art Ensemble of Chicago sun percussionist Famoudou Don Moye talks to Todd Steed about some of his favorite recordings and his upcoming performance at the Big Ears Festival.

Jazz drummer and composer Kenneth Brown talks with Todd Steed about his newest release, Second Chances. 

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