A heartwarming story about an intimate moment with her father before his appearance at Carnegie Hall in 1994. And, a bonus piece of archival audio that will bring it to life — even if it's a bootleg.
A song of childhood torture from the back of the family station wagon becomes one of solitude during commutes and nighttime lullabies.
A behind-the-scenes snapshot just after our interview with Rosanne Cash at Orchestra Hall.
A must-watch performance. And, a rather heart-warming back story from the senior senator from Utah.
Which piece of music would you choose to complement Wendell Berry reading his poems?
Remembering a snowed-in encounter with the Kenyan Nobel Laureate.
During a Minnesota blizzard, Wangari Maathai left us with this song. May she rest in peace.
An entrancing (and somewhat eerie) opening to a magical commission for Trinity Wall Street's youth choir by Robert Moran.
There are a few moments from behind the glass that stop us dead in our tracks — times during an interview when a wise voice creates a new opportunity to hear something differently. To challenge a conceit. To envelop the listener in the womb of silent storytelling and place one in a position of listening profundity.