Hundreds of musicians, dancers and performers from across the country are heading to Trinity Episcopal Church for the 327th birthday celebration honoring J.S.Bach. It's the 15th annual Bach Around the Clock, which includes
Listeners familiar with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra have probably heard of its conductor, Carlos Miguel Prieto. Although his charming disposition is immediately recognizable to audiences old and new, many do not know about Prieto's personal journey to the center of the stage. Listen as he discusses this and the friends he's bringing with him.
SXSW is all about volume, in more ways than one. Roughly 2,000 acts perform at the four-day music festival every year, so to spend just three minutes with each in advance of the big event is to deny your friends and loved ones a solid 100 hours of your waking, undivided attention.
Kathleen Osborn visits New Orleans to see a musically active house in the Bywater; rapper Truth Universal speaks his mind; and the Loyola University Opera revives a long-lost performance in the Crescent City.
A comic operetta performed last in New Orleans more than a century ago is making a comeback. The Loyola University Opera presents it's new production of Jacques Offenbach's The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein.
WWNO's Diane Mack goes Inside the Arts for a sneak peek at this French work which will be performed in English.
Award winning Jazz singer Rene Marie celebrates Americana in an evening of song as the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation presents a Jazz Journey concert featuring Germaine Bazzle, Stephanie Jordan and Betty Shirley. The free concert is Friday January 13th at Dillard University's Lawless Memorial Chapel. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The concert begins at 7pm.