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Friday Live: Plaids, Chiara, Hal Haloun, and more...

There's more interesting conversations about the arts and humanities in Nebraska on this week's program. For the January 29th edition, Genevieve Randall previews: The TADA Theatre presents "Forever Plaid" at the Johnny Carson Theater in Lincoln; the Chiara Quartet and Clark Potter recitals at UNL;...

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Friday Live: South Dakota Chorale, NJO, Liederkranz, and more...

There's more interesting conversations about the arts and humanities in Nebraska on this week's program. For the January 22nd edition, Genevieve Randall previews; Abendmusik at First Plymouth concerts in Lincoln; the new musical at the Liederkranz/Catherine Fosket Children's Theatre in Grand Island...

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Friday Live: McMullen, Sheldon, Texas Tenors, and more...

On the January 15th progam, host Genevieve Randall has more lively discussions with people and groups involved with arts and humanities in Nebraska. This week Randall previews: William McMullen's oboe recital at UNL; the Sheldon Statewide exhibit at the Hastings Museum; the Texas Tenors in Kearney...

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Friday Live: First Friday events, 12th Night, OmniArts Nebraska, and more...

On the first program of the new year on January 8th, host Genevieve Randall has lively discussions with people and groups involved with arts and humanities in Nebraska, including: First Friday Jazz in Lincoln with The Lightning Bugs; OmniArts Nebraska's new production in Lincoln; a Twelfth Night Rev...

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Friday Live: Miss Mie, Dickens, Abendmusik, and more

On the December 18th program, Genevieve Randall previews: an exhibition in Lincoln celebrating the birthday of an historic friendship doll; Abendmusik's holiday concerts; street art in Nebraska featured in Art Move magazine; Tada's "Christmas Cabaret;" High Power's New Year's Eve concert in Lincoln;...

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Friday Live: NEA Chairman Chu, Take 6, Community Choir, and more...

This week on the December 11th edition of Friday Live, host Genevieve Randall previews holiday concerts by: Take 6 at the Lied Center in Lincoln; Dulces Voces and the Lincoln Early Music Consort in Lincoln; Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company, with their annual performances of "The Nutcracker" in Lincoln...

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Friday Live: Afia Nathaniel, Fun PIanos!, LSO, and more...

This week on the December 4th edition of Friday Live, host Genevieve Randall previews: the "Deck The Halls" concerts by Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra; the Lux Center's new exhibit; Fun Pianos' parties across the state; Christmas at the Cathedral in Omaha; the Good Books for Giving list, as suggested...

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Friday Live: Jack Walsh & Marsha Kahm, Stephen Hough, and more...

On the November 20th, Genevieve Randall previews: the UNL Guitar Ensemble's performance in Lincoln; pianist Stephen Hough's performance in Lincoln; a new film at the Ross in Lincoln; pianist Cyrus Chestnut's performance in Omaha; TADA Theatre's new play in Lincoln; a trombonist's performance in Chad...

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Friday Live: Kalyanee Mam, Laurie Rubin, Native American Heritage Month, and more...

On the November 13th program, Genevieve Randall previews: a new film at the Ross in Lincoln; the next Arts for the Soul concert; Native American Heritage Month in Dannebrog; art at the MFA Open Studios at UNL; the Lincoln Lutheran Choir concerts; the Haymarket Theatre's new production in Lincoln; wh...

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Friday Live: Midori, Things They Carried, MONA, and more...

On the November 6th program, Genevieve Randall previews: Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra playing with violinist Midori and the Lincoln Youth Symphony; Rob McKercher's one man play at the Lied Center in Lincoln; First Friday at St. Paul Methodist in Lincoln; the next UNL Faculty Jazz concert; First Frid...

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