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Guitarist Fareed Haque talks with Todd Steed about his upcoming duo performance with Goran Ivanovic. 

More information on the concert and workshop here

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UT College of Architecture and Design's Rana Abudayyeh and Jordan Goldstein, director of design at Gensler's Washington D.C. office, devised a compelling studio for UT students.  They sat down for a discussion on the challenges and rewards of this ambitious project.  

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Musician Petra Haden reflects on the music of her father, legendary bassist and composer Charlie Haden.  Petra hand selects several pieces that connect her to her father and speaks on his lasting influence on her work and life.  We also feature her beautiful recording of one Charlie Haden's best works. 

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Wayne Mason, Compost Operations Specialist, talks with Todd about unlocking the mysteries of composting and what the future holds for composting on campus. 

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Joy Harjo talks with Todd Steed about her brilliant new recording, I Pray For My Enemies. 



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Jazz composer and educator Eric Reed talks with Todd Steed about his new recording, the challenges of Mingus, the joy of teaching and what might be coming next. 

Video interview here. 

Don Cassell and Nancy Brennan Strange check in with Todd to talk about their new rich recording, Tanglewood.  See and hear the interview here

International Education Week carries on with a new online look. Rachel Rui from UT's Center for Global Engagement checks in from Shanghai to share details.  Many of next week's events are available to the general public.

For more information check out this link

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In this episode, Todd finds out that ping pong and jazz are toally compatible.  Also, a side trip to Baltimore with former WUOT host Lee Gardner. 

Claire Chenette visited WUOT to talk about a concert this Sunday to benefit musicians from the Knoxville Symphony during their furlough. 

More details here