Podcast Episodes — arts and humanities

Episode 41: Yael Cherni - The Difference Between Being and Artist and an Entertainer

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Episode 41: Yael Cherni - The Difference Between Being and Artist and an Entertainer

 Episode 41: Yael Cherni - The Difference Between Being and Artist and an Entertainer Our guest Yael Cherni shares with us her dynamic career as a Soprano, Conductor, and Lecturer. She discusses her experiences in chamber "lieder" music and her love of Gershwin. She also discusses the difference between being an artist and an entertainer. A very accomplished talent in three creative disciplines. Yael has excelled in her career as a formidable talent that has been appreciated by audiences from all over the world. Yael also gives us a musical snack with a selection from Schuman and Gershwin. Yael Cherni:...

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Episode 39: Giovanni Lazzaro - Italian Violin Maker

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Episode 39: Giovanni Lazzaro - Italian Violin Maker

    Episode 39: Giovanni Lazzaro - Italian Violin Maker In this episode, Giovanni Lazzaro an artisan of string instruments shares what it's like to be a true craftsman creating perfect performing instruments for the most accomplished musicians. He prides himself in creating instruments that best perform the true "Italian sound". Working with exotic woods and building a string instrument that not only looks elegant but achieves a heavenly sound that can last for centuries and handed down from one master musician to another.   Show Notes:  Episode 39: Giovanni Lazzaro Italian Violin Maker00:00:17 - 00:05:03Every time we schedule an...

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Episode 38: Monica L. Smith - Piecing Life Through Fragments

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Episode 38: Monica L. Smith - Piecing Life Through Fragments

  Episode 38: Monica L. Smith - Piecing Life Through Fragments Want to know what it's really like to be an archaeologist? Our guest Monica L. Smith is an archaeologist and author. Monica provides us with an in-depth look at archaeology. Its impact on civilizations past and present. Plus, what it's like to live life as an archeologist. She teaches archeology and has written numerous books on the subject. Discover what it means to piece life through its many fragments - past and present.     Show Notes:   

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Episode 37: Sixtine Crutchfield - Fame Fine Art & International Art Management

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Episode 37: Sixtine Crutchfield - Fame Fine Art & International Art Management

  Episode 37: Sixtine Crutchfield - Fame Fine Art & International Art Management Sixtine Crutchfield is a formidable force in the art world. She shares with us her passion in the sometimes difficult world of the international art market. One of her most recent accomplishments was designing and implementing the Geneva School of Business - Fine Art International Management (FAIM) MBA program - A Business Graduate Degree in Fine Art. Anyone that is pursuing a high-level career in the art world will want to hear what Sixtine Crutchfield has to share. This episode will give everyone the opportunity to listen...

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Episode 36: Natali Herrera-Pacheco - Photographer Writer & Artist

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Episode 36: Natali Herrera-Pacheco - Photographer Writer & Artist

  Episode 36: Natali Herrera-Pacheco - Photographer Writer & Artist In this episode, Natali Herrera-Pacheco discusses her creative journey from her formal education in Spain and Venezuela to living the creative life in the United States. We were excited to learn about her understanding and experiences with ritual music from her native city in South America. She expresses her passion about understanding human nature and the power of family. Natali uses her camera to collect reality images of day-to-day life in today's world.   Show Notes: Episode 36: NataliHerrera-Pacheco Photographer Writer & Artist00:00:18 - 00:05:03Okay so what are you drinking...

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