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Charles Sepos interviews performing, visual, and literary artists. Recent guests include Jeffrey Kahane, David Grisman, Kronos Quartet, Anonymous 4, Michael Brecker, Flora Purim, Malcolm Bilson, John Corigliano, François Girard, Marga Gomez, and Elizabeth Blumenstock.

Latest Episodes

Miró Quartet, "Blues in America," Moon Music Festival - February 26, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with pianist Anne-Marie McDermott. They talk about her musical life and her March 5th concert with Miró Quartet in Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, Jazz bandleader, composer, arranger, bassist, educator and activist Marcus Shelby previews the concert "Blues in America" by the Marcus Shelby Quartet with vocalist Terrie Odabi, March 3 at the Raven Theater, to benefit Healdsburg Jazz Music Education Programs in the Schools. Finally, tenor Nicholas Phan talks about the Valley of the Moon Music Festival at Green Music Center Schubert program, March 4th in Schroeder Hall.

59 min2017 NOV 6
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Miró Quartet, "Blues in America," Moon Music Festival - February 26, 2017

"Emerson String Quartet," Christian Tetzlaff - February 12, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with Emerson String Quartet violinist Philip Setzer. They talk about his musical life and his performance of three Beethoven piano trios with pianist Wu Han and cellist David Finckel, February 19th at Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, violinist Christian Tetzlaff talks about his musical life and his performance with pianist Lars Vogt, February 18th at Weill Hall, Green Music Center.

59 min2017 FEB 13
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"Emerson String Quartet," Christian Tetzlaff - February 12, 2017

"1776," “One Stone,” Eric Hoeprich - February 5, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with director Larry Williams and actors Gene Abravaya and Steven Kent Barker. They talk about the musical “1776," February 10th through 26th at Spreckels Performing Arts Center. Then, Actor Eric Thompson, puppeteer Sheila Devitt and producer Elly Lichenstein preview Trevor Allen’s "One Stone,” February 10th through 19th at Cinnabar Theater. Finally, period clarinetist Eric Hoeprich talks about his musical life and the performances of his trio with cellist Tanya Tomkins and pianist Eric Zivian, February 11th at Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center and February 12th at Occidental Center for the Arts for Redwood Arts Council.

59 min2017 FEB 6
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"1776," “One Stone,” Eric Hoeprich - February 5, 2017

"Buyer & Cellar," “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” - January 29, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with actor Patrick Varner and director Sarah Muirhead. They talk about their artistic lives and about Jonathan Tolins’ hit one-man comedy "Buyer & Cellar,” February 3rd through 19th in the Studio Theatre at 6th Street Playhouse. Then, composer and multi-instrumentalist Mariah Parker talks about her musical life and the CD-release performance of her band “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” February 4th at Occidental Center for the Arts.

59 min2017 JAN 30
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"Buyer & Cellar," “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” - January 29, 2017

Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, "The Telltale Harp” - January 22, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with pianist Joseph Kalichstein. They talk about the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio in the midst of their 40th season, and their January 29th performance at Weill Hall. Then, harpist and playwright Laura Simpson talks about her collaboration with Lorelei Kornell on their new play "The Telltale Harp,” in its first staged reading by Pegasus Theater Company, January 29th at the Graton Community Center.

59 min2017 JAN 23
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Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, "The Telltale Harp” - January 22, 2017

Miró Quartet, Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Stanford Woodwind Quintet - January 15, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with cellist Joshua Gindele. They talk about Miró Quartet and their January 20th performance at Occidental Center for the Arts for Redwood Arts Council. Then, composer and multi-instrumental jazz musician Chris Brubeck talks about his musical life, the Brubeck Brothers Quartet and their January 21st performance at Glaser Center for Redwood Arts Council. Finally, flutist Alexandra Hawley talks about Stanford Woodwind Quintet and their January 22nd performance at Newman Auditorium for Santa Rosa Junior College Chamber Music Series.

59 min2017 JAN 16
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Miró Quartet, Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Stanford Woodwind Quintet  - January 15, 2017

Pacifica Quartet, "Stage Kiss” - January 8, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with violist Masumi Per Rostad. They talk about the Pacifica Quartet and its January 11th performance for the Music@Menlo Winter Series. Then, Director Marty Pistone and actors Jenifer Coté and Edward McCloud preview Sarah Ruhl's "Stage Kiss,” January 13th through February 5th at 6th Street Playhouse.

59 min2017 JAN 9
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Pacifica Quartet, "Stage Kiss”  - January 8, 2017

"Becoming Dr. Ruth," "Stranger Than Fiction," "Marvelous!," "Renaissance Glory" - January 1, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with actress Ann Woodhead and director Beth Craven. They talk about Mark St. Germain’s one-woman play ”Becoming Dr. Ruth,” January 6th through 22nd at Main Stage West. Then, Visual Arts Director Catherine Devriese and exhibiting collagist Sherry Parker talk about concurrent exhibitions, “Stranger than Fiction” and “MARVELOUS! International Exhibition of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction,” January 6th through February 12th at Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Finally, Joanna Bramel Young talks about Festival Consort’s annual presentation of “Renaissance Glory,” January 8th at Church of the Incarnation

59 min2017 JAN 2
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"Becoming Dr. Ruth," "Stranger Than Fiction," "Marvelous!," "Renaissance Glory" - January 1, 2017

Sharon McNight, Elizabeth Minnich - December 18, 2016

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with singer/actress/playwright Sharon McNight. They talk about her one-woman musical "Red Hot Mama, the Sophie Tucker Songbook,” January 6th through 29th at Cinnabar Theater, with a Gala Performance on New Year’s Eve.Then, philosopher Elizabeth Minnich brings light from darkness in the very first interview on her new book "The Evil of Banality.”

59 min2016 DEC 26
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Sharon McNight, Elizabeth Minnich - December 18, 2016

Carol Maillard, Kirill Gerstein - December 18, 2016

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with founding singer Carol Maillard. They talk about Sweet Honey in the Rock and their concert “Celebrating the Holydays,” December 22nd at Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, distinguished pianist Kirill Gerstein talks about his latest recording, Liszt’s "Transcendental Etudes.”

59 min2016 DEC 19
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Carol Maillard, Kirill Gerstein - December 18, 2016

Latest Episodes

Miró Quartet, "Blues in America," Moon Music Festival - February 26, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with pianist Anne-Marie McDermott. They talk about her musical life and her March 5th concert with Miró Quartet in Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, Jazz bandleader, composer, arranger, bassist, educator and activist Marcus Shelby previews the concert "Blues in America" by the Marcus Shelby Quartet with vocalist Terrie Odabi, March 3 at the Raven Theater, to benefit Healdsburg Jazz Music Education Programs in the Schools. Finally, tenor Nicholas Phan talks about the Valley of the Moon Music Festival at Green Music Center Schubert program, March 4th in Schroeder Hall.

59 min2017 NOV 6
Comments
Miró Quartet, "Blues in America," Moon Music Festival - February 26, 2017

"Emerson String Quartet," Christian Tetzlaff - February 12, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with Emerson String Quartet violinist Philip Setzer. They talk about his musical life and his performance of three Beethoven piano trios with pianist Wu Han and cellist David Finckel, February 19th at Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, violinist Christian Tetzlaff talks about his musical life and his performance with pianist Lars Vogt, February 18th at Weill Hall, Green Music Center.

59 min2017 FEB 13
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"Emerson String Quartet," Christian Tetzlaff - February 12, 2017

"1776," “One Stone,” Eric Hoeprich - February 5, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with director Larry Williams and actors Gene Abravaya and Steven Kent Barker. They talk about the musical “1776," February 10th through 26th at Spreckels Performing Arts Center. Then, Actor Eric Thompson, puppeteer Sheila Devitt and producer Elly Lichenstein preview Trevor Allen’s "One Stone,” February 10th through 19th at Cinnabar Theater. Finally, period clarinetist Eric Hoeprich talks about his musical life and the performances of his trio with cellist Tanya Tomkins and pianist Eric Zivian, February 11th at Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center and February 12th at Occidental Center for the Arts for Redwood Arts Council.

59 min2017 FEB 6
Comments
"1776," “One Stone,” Eric Hoeprich - February 5, 2017

"Buyer & Cellar," “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” - January 29, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with actor Patrick Varner and director Sarah Muirhead. They talk about their artistic lives and about Jonathan Tolins’ hit one-man comedy "Buyer & Cellar,” February 3rd through 19th in the Studio Theatre at 6th Street Playhouse. Then, composer and multi-instrumentalist Mariah Parker talks about her musical life and the CD-release performance of her band “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” February 4th at Occidental Center for the Arts.

59 min2017 JAN 30
Comments
"Buyer & Cellar," “Mariah Parker's Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble!” - January 29, 2017

Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, "The Telltale Harp” - January 22, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with pianist Joseph Kalichstein. They talk about the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio in the midst of their 40th season, and their January 29th performance at Weill Hall. Then, harpist and playwright Laura Simpson talks about her collaboration with Lorelei Kornell on their new play "The Telltale Harp,” in its first staged reading by Pegasus Theater Company, January 29th at the Graton Community Center.

59 min2017 JAN 23
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Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, "The Telltale Harp” - January 22, 2017

Miró Quartet, Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Stanford Woodwind Quintet - January 15, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with cellist Joshua Gindele. They talk about Miró Quartet and their January 20th performance at Occidental Center for the Arts for Redwood Arts Council. Then, composer and multi-instrumental jazz musician Chris Brubeck talks about his musical life, the Brubeck Brothers Quartet and their January 21st performance at Glaser Center for Redwood Arts Council. Finally, flutist Alexandra Hawley talks about Stanford Woodwind Quintet and their January 22nd performance at Newman Auditorium for Santa Rosa Junior College Chamber Music Series.

59 min2017 JAN 16
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Miró Quartet, Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Stanford Woodwind Quintet  - January 15, 2017

Pacifica Quartet, "Stage Kiss” - January 8, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with violist Masumi Per Rostad. They talk about the Pacifica Quartet and its January 11th performance for the Music@Menlo Winter Series. Then, Director Marty Pistone and actors Jenifer Coté and Edward McCloud preview Sarah Ruhl's "Stage Kiss,” January 13th through February 5th at 6th Street Playhouse.

59 min2017 JAN 9
Comments
Pacifica Quartet, "Stage Kiss”  - January 8, 2017

"Becoming Dr. Ruth," "Stranger Than Fiction," "Marvelous!," "Renaissance Glory" - January 1, 2017

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with actress Ann Woodhead and director Beth Craven. They talk about Mark St. Germain’s one-woman play ”Becoming Dr. Ruth,” January 6th through 22nd at Main Stage West. Then, Visual Arts Director Catherine Devriese and exhibiting collagist Sherry Parker talk about concurrent exhibitions, “Stranger than Fiction” and “MARVELOUS! International Exhibition of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction,” January 6th through February 12th at Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Finally, Joanna Bramel Young talks about Festival Consort’s annual presentation of “Renaissance Glory,” January 8th at Church of the Incarnation

59 min2017 JAN 2
Comments
"Becoming Dr. Ruth," "Stranger Than Fiction," "Marvelous!," "Renaissance Glory" - January 1, 2017

Sharon McNight, Elizabeth Minnich - December 18, 2016

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with singer/actress/playwright Sharon McNight. They talk about her one-woman musical "Red Hot Mama, the Sophie Tucker Songbook,” January 6th through 29th at Cinnabar Theater, with a Gala Performance on New Year’s Eve.Then, philosopher Elizabeth Minnich brings light from darkness in the very first interview on her new book "The Evil of Banality.”

59 min2016 DEC 26
Comments
Sharon McNight, Elizabeth Minnich - December 18, 2016

Carol Maillard, Kirill Gerstein - December 18, 2016

Host, Charles Sepos chats first with founding singer Carol Maillard. They talk about Sweet Honey in the Rock and their concert “Celebrating the Holydays,” December 22nd at Weill Hall, Green Music Center. Then, distinguished pianist Kirill Gerstein talks about his latest recording, Liszt’s "Transcendental Etudes.”

59 min2016 DEC 19
Comments
Carol Maillard, Kirill Gerstein - December 18, 2016
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