Todd Steed

From Beijing to Nashville, Wu Fei has redefined Chinese classical music.  From collaborations with John Zorn to Abigial Washburn, she has opened up what the guzheng can bring to modern music.  Wu Fei performs live in the studio and discusses the magic of her instrument. She will be back in Knoxville this spring as part of the Big Ears Festival.  This podcast version includes the full performance and interview with Todd Steed.

WUOT practicum student Jake White takes Todd through the world of Bedroom Pop. 

L&N STEM Academy student Ben Hall discusses the documentary on Vince Guaraldi that he made made with his friend Kent Smith. 

On Changing Course, Todd Steed talks to recent graduate Pamela Sanchez about the challenges and rewards of navigating a new culture.

Kamasi Washington talks to Todd Steed about his Big Ears performance and his booming career. 

Dr. Joan Rentsch discusses her classes on mindfulness. 

WUOT Receives National Murrow Award In NYC Ceremony

Oct 7, 2014
Leslie Snow

Representatives from WUOT were on-hand Monday October 6 to receive a National Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism from the Radio-Television Digital News Association. NBC's Lester Holt presented the award to Director of News Content Matt Shafer Powell for Best Documentary in the Small Market Radio Division. The winning entry "I'm Still Here: My HIV Life" was produced by Powell, Leslie Snow and Todd Steed, who composed the music.

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