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On March 28th, Genevieve Randall previews concerts in Lincoln by David Krakauer, Paul Barnes, and the Nebraska Chamber Players...and in northeast Nebraska by the Rangbrook Ensemble. Randall also talks with authors John Philip Newell and Steve Marantz. Kwakiutl Dreher reviews "The Grand Budapest Ho...
On March 21st Genevieve Randall previews concerts, musicals, a play, a ballet, a new film, and more. Pianist Arnaldo Cohen is at the Lied Center in Lincoln on March 21st. Cohen tells us what is on the program. We also hear about the Soweto Gospel Choir, who'll be at the Lied on March 25th. The...
Genevieve Randall previews an awards program, concerts, plays, a film festival, and more on the March 14th program. Suzanne Wise from the Nebraska Arts Council talks about the Governor's Arts Awards on March 25th in Omaha. Wise, Patsy Koch Johns, and Debbie DeFrain talk about the fine arts educati...
On the March 7th program, host Genevieve Randall talks to a poet, an author, and an organist. Also, Randall previews three productions in Lincoln, and a statewide traveling exhibition. Nebraska State Poet Twyla Hansen tells us what she has been up to since she was appointed. Hansen also reads som...
On the February 28th program, Genevieve Randall previews: concerts, community art, and a birthday party in Lincoln;a new film series in Kearney; and, more. Economist and author Deirdre McCloskey in Lincoln for a Humanities on the Edge talk, will tell us her view of economics.
"Adventures in Music"...
On February 21st, Genevieve Randall previews: performances in Lincoln, Omaha, Kearney, and Kansas; and a speaker series in Lincoln. Also on the program is a book review and some Winter Olympics inspired poetry. Mondegreen (Jonah Sirota and Kurt Knecht) talk about their next concert in Lincoln that...
On the February 14th program, host Genevieve Randall previews concerts in Lincoln, a musical in Kearney, a film festival in Omaha, an art exhibit in Lincoln, and more. Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, and his son, pianist Peter Stoltzman, perform at the next Arts of the Soul concert in Lincoln. Bria...
On the February 7th program, host Genevieve Randall talks to two Grammy winners, previews concerts in Lincoln and Omaha, and previews a play and a musical in Lincoln. Mac McCune tells us about his First Friday Jazz concert at First Lutheran Church in Lincoln. Ted Kooser and composer Maria Schneide...
On the January 31st program Genevieve Randall previews two concerts, some art shows, a band tour, two plays, and more. "A Symphonic Valentine," is the next concert by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra at the Lied Center on February 1st. Conductor Ed Polochick and Miller-Porfiris Duo member s Anton Mill...
Andrew Jewell talks about his book "The Selected Letters of Willa Cather" being named one of the top ten non-fiction books of 2013 by "Time" magazine. KVNO's Ben Rasmussen previews the Omaha Symphony "Festival of the Americas" this weekend. Find out what's happening at the Hastings Museum this mon...
Today's show has a variety of film events in Lincoln and Scottsbluff, including the director of The Happy Sad, Rodney Evans who will be here this morning and a free film series at the Nebraska State Historical Society.
The Nebraska Chamber players will talk about their upcoming performance, and we'l...
On the January 10th program, Genevieve Randall previews some performances, a fundraiser, an open house, a photography exhibit, and a new arts venue. Jazz vocalist Jackie Allen tells us about her concert at The Lark in Hastings. Carrie Christensen from Lincoln's Lied Center and Susan Levine talks a...
This week, "An Irish Christmas in America" is making a second stop in Lincoln on December 20th at the Rococo Theatre in Lincoln. Fiddler Oisin MacDiarmada tells us all about it. Organist David M. von Behren and vocalist Haley Jenkins perform at Zion Presbyterian Church in Lincoln on January 3rd....
Abendmusik at First Plymouth in Lincoln presents "Glories Stream from Heaven Afar" on December 14th and 15th, and "New Year's Last Blast" on December 31st. Jeremy Bankson and Ton Trenney tell us what to expect at these concerts. Guitarist Daniel Martinez and Jarana will be performing a Latin Flamen...
The Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company presents "The Nutcracker" at the Lied Center in Lincoln, on December 14th and 15th. Board President Lyn Wineman tells us about this year's production. Lincoln Symphony's Orchestra's annual holiday program "Deck The Halls" features once again actor Tim Marrone, te...
Today’s program highlights a wide variety of events, including a performance from the world-renowned King’s Singers in Marysville, KS, the winter festival at the Homestead National Monument, some free movies at the Midwest theatre in Scottsbluff, a preview of Abendmusik's 'Fit for a King' concert an...
NET Television’s Kelly Rush and Connie Paxton (Emery Blagdon’s great niece) talk about the special showing of “Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine,” the panel discussion, and the reception at the Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln on November 19th. Educator Judy Keetle talks about Civil War Remembr...
The new NET Television documentary “Remembered Voices” explores how art and culture at the Terezin concentration camp teach an important lesson about the human spirit. The education director at the Omaha Symphony, Adam Goos, and the producer of the program, Annie Mumgaard, tell us more about this pr...
Georgiana Lee and Edouardo Zendejasgive details of the Native Film Festival at UNO in Omaha from November 1st through the 3rd. Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents a concert called “Quintessential Classics” with violinist Philippe Quint at the Lied Center in Lincoln on November 1st. Quint tells us...
MU PHI EPSILON, the international professional music fraternity, is celebrating its 90th anniversary of the Lincoln chapter. We’ll talk about the festivities. Ryan Kelly and Neil Byrne of Celtic Thunder talk about their album and concert of the same name, “Mythology,” at the Lied Center in Lincoln o...
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