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Peter Grimes: It Takes A Village

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The Art Of Bringing Death To Life

"They (the actors) are highly qualified to die onstage, I suppose!"

The Airy Spirits Of Shakespeare's "The Tempest"

...and reciting Shakespeare hanging in the air, standing on your head!

Benjamin Britten's "Peter Grimes", Tenors Talk

"How now Peter, thou'st no boy to beat" sailors wives in the town.

Maria Sanderson, One Busy Young Violinist!

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Fountain At 100: Decommissioned Functionality Into Art Icon

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Music That Moves Us: The Civil Rights Songbook

Local musicians create music to lend to the Black Lives Matter movement, and Dr. Tyron Cooper talks about the history of African American protest music.

Voces Novae And The Author Of Ben Hur

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Malcolm Dalglish Serves Up Music And Four Dozen Apple Pies

Love Songs For A Lasting World is part music and dance extravaganza, part apple pie fest.

The Surgeon Who Planted Trees

This doctor's career, avocation and family life combined to build a generations-long legacy.

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