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A Tempo
With Rachel Katz

Rachel Katz A Tempo is a 30-minute public affairs program devoted to issues, challenges and opportunities facing the performing arts.The show examines the impact of the economy, technology, and social and cultural changes on musicians, ensembles, venues and other organizations involved with the arts. It also looks into the importance of music and arts education, and public support and appreciation, including philanthropy. In addition to one or two feature interviews, the show includes a short selection of news headlines from around the arts world. A Tempo airs Saturdays at 7 pm.

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2014

August 16

The American Ballet Theatre at 75 and its historical archives. Guests: Rachel Moore, CEO, American Ballet Theatre, and Loras Schissel, music specialist, Music Division, Library of Congress.

August 9

Guests: John Nuechterlein, president and CEO, American Composers' Forum, and Ed Harsh, President and CEO, New Music USA (Part 2).

August 2

Guests: John Nuechterlein, president and CEO, American Composers' Forum, and Ed Harsh, President and CEO, New Music USA (Part 1).

July 26

Guests: Pulitzer Prize Winning Composer John Luther Adams (Part 2); and composer Steven Sametz.

July 19

Guests: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Music Director Manfred Honeck remembers Lorin Maazel; Pulitzer Prize Winning Composer John Luther Adams (Part 1).

July 5

Composers and Ballet. Guests: Composer Rosie Langabeer, and Lois Welk, director of Dance/Up.

June 28

The Edward T. Cone Composition Institute. Guests: Jacques Lacombe, music director, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and Steven Mackey, professor, Princeton University.

June 21

Giving and the Arts. Guests: L. Gregg Carlson, chair, Giving USA Foundation; Randy Cohen, vice president of research and policy, Americans for the Arts; and Eileen Heisman, CEO, National Philanthropic Trust.

June 14

National service and the arts. Guests: Elizabeth Warshawer, executive vice president, The Curtis Institute of Music, and Mackenzie Moritz, associate director for strategic partnerships for The Franklin Project of The Aspen Institute.

June 7

Guest: Natasha Simone Vargas, the Poetry Out Loud NJ state champion who finished third in the NEA's national competition. Extra: Extended interview with Amy Bartow-Melia, director of public programs, Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History, about 200th anniversary celebrations for the U.S. National Anthem.

May 31

The Pennsylvania Ballet. Guests: Roy Kaiser, artistic director, and Michael Scolamiero, executive director.


May 24

The National Youth Orchestra of Iraq. Guests: Zuhal Sultan, founder, and Paul MacAlindin, conductor.

May 17

A Preview of the Proms. Guest: Roger Wright, director, BBC Proms.

May 10

Salome MashUp. Guests: Allison Vulgamore, president and CEO, Philadelphia Orchestra, and David Devan, general director, Opera Philadelphia.

May 3

A look at Broadway. Guests: Howard Shapiro, theater critic at The Classical Network; Dessie Moynihan, vice president of creative projects, The Shubert Organization.

 

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