Showcasing musicians from around the world, Featured Member Interviews give Musical Exchange members a…Continue
Meet Billy Short, the new Principal Bassoonist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Billy has just moved to New York City from Houston, Texas, where he was studying at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, and performing with the Delaware Symphony (quite the commute!). Before that, Billy was studying at the Curtis Institute of Music, appearing on tour with their orchestra and traveling with his own wind quintet, Liberty Winds, to Belize, Cuba, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. He has just…Continue
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Meet cellist Christine Christensen from Hilleroed, Denmark. As a teenager, Christine faced many challenges, skipping high school and heading straight to the Royal Danish Academy. At 18, she left her family and country and moved to New York City to study at the Manhattan School of Music. After completing…Continue
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Showcasing musicians from around the world, Featured Member Interviews give Musical Exchange…Continue
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Parlotones singer and songwriter, Kahn Morbee, started learning to play the guitar at the age of 17, where he began a journey into song writing that would eventually end up defining The Parlotones sound. The band has had multiplatinum hits in its home country…Continue
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Over the past half century, Costa Rican–born singer Chavela Vargas has become a celebrated social and musical rebel, and interpreter of rancheras, boleros, and corridos.
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Get to story on the live follow-up to one of the most successful jazz albums of all time by Stan Getz and João Gilberto. Also, watch a classic performance of the standard, "The Girl from Ipanema."
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