The Michigan Philharmonic led by Nan Washburn is finding ways to survive during the pandemic. Nan joins WRCJ’s Peter Worf for an interview on surviving the COVID-19 pandemic.
Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald are just some of the iconic performers that have graced Orchestra Hall’s stage. Part 3 of 6.
Artist Sabrina Nelson creates and describes her exhibition Why You Wanna Fly Blackbird based on how Black women feel when their womb, their home becomes empty after a child is lost.
Can you believe Detroit’s Orchestra Hall was built in six months? You’ll learn the feat of creating one of the top acoustic halls in the world came to fruition in a short period of time. Part 2 of 6 in the Orchestra Hall series on Detroit Performs.
WRCJ’s Linda Yohn interviews Dave Sharp, of the Blue Llama Jazz Club to chat about the club’s first year and how they’re making the most of the COVID-19 situation by offering carry-out and delivery options. Also, utilizing social media to share performances while also giving back to the community.
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