In the first of ten conversations with some of the key figures of the NEW YORK music scene, Miles Warde goes to Carnegie Hall.
Another conversation with a figure on the NEW YORK music scene.
Miles Warde goes behind the scenes at the Metropolitan Opera.
Miles Warde talks to Joseph Melillo of the Brooklyn Academy of Music about aspects of the NEW YORK music scene.
Miles Warde visits Leon Botstein, music director of the American Symphony Orchestra, polymath and outspoken commentator on American cultural matters.
Mile Warde talks to Joseph Polisi, director of the Juilliard School of Music.
Founded in 1948 and now housed on the Bowery in the heart of Manhattan's off-off-Broadway district, the Amato Opera Theatre has survived the lavish NEW YORK artistic climate as a proving ground for young artists.
Miles Wardle talks to Anthony Amato.
In another visit to people and places on the NEW YORK musical scene, Miles Wardle talks to David Brown, conductor of the Community Gospel Choir of the Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church - better known as the Marble Church.