World Music


Tonight’s program features an interview with Kiratiana Freelon, a young author who has written a “Travel Guide to Black Paris” with various, self-guided walking tours, both historical and modern, with references to present-day African and Carribbean restaurants and black neighborhoods.

Bienvenida a La Primavera! Welcome Spring!Que Viva la Musica!


Live from Minnesota presents…

The Brass Messengers with the Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus
Produced by Daniel Zamzow

This “Live from Minnesota” segment features the Brass Messengers—a Twin Cities’ band that formed from the Heart of the Beast May Day parade. With Caribbean and Balkan influences, the Brass Messengers describe themselves as, “a sprawling fun factory of musicians.” This show was recorded at the Ritz Theater in Minneapolis on March 12, 2012, and features contributions from the Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus. For more information on the Brass Messengers, visit brassmessengers.com.

Listen Now
Download


Today Roy Woodstrom interveiw Dan Rein, who played live Iranian music for the Iranian New Year, which is the first day of spring.


Pages