As Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote, “Music is the universal language of mankind.” In this episode of Imagination in Action, John and Alison speak with 10 musicians who, through sharing their music with the world, have proven that true. This week’s speakers are Terri Lyne Carrington, Grammy Nominated Jazz Drummer and Professor at Berklee College of Music, Ross Newhouse, Folk musician, and James Conlon, Music Director at the Los Angeles Opera, Principal Conductor of the RAI National Symphony Orchestra, and the Former Music Director of the Cincinnati May Festival. We also host Peter Kalvert, Founder & Director of Music Ascension, Max Holm, Performer, Recording Musician, Composer, Music Director, Cory Pesaturo, Guiness World Record Holding & Three Time World Championship Winning Accordion Player, Caroline Goulding, Grammy Nominated Violinist and the recipient of the 2011 Avery Fisher Career Grant, Alex Frankel, Opera Singer and male model, Hayley Reardon, Folk Singer-Songwriter and recipient of Dachau’s Ruckteschell-Villa Scholarship, and Ann Hobson Pilot, the Former Principal Harpist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. They share their journeys to becoming professional musicians, what music means to them, and where the musical landscape is right now in a pandemic-ridden world. We also have multiple of our speakers perform live, creating a delightful show you need to hear.
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