with Elise Davis
Hailed by Rolling Stone as “an invigorating new voice in American folk music,” the Nairobi-born singer-songwriter offers a fresh take on the American dream in his debut album, Tales of America.
What if we read the books we love as if they were sacred texts? What would we learn and how might they change us? Harry Potter and the Sacred Text is a podcast the reads Harry Potter, the best-selling series of all time, as if it was a sacred text.
From the New York Times columnist and bestselling author of Shrill comes The Witches Are Coming, an incisive cultural critique that explains how patriarchy, intolerance, and misogyny are still alive and well.
The world’s preeminent sarod player brings his expressive sound to a family gathering of Indian classical music as he performs alongside his sons, Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangasho.
Joy to the World
In this holiday program, the award-winning pianist and composer is joined by backing singers and a band to perform his own arrangements of gospel, jazz, and classical holiday favorites.
with Akie Bermiss
Featuring songs that evoke Tin Pan Alley tunes from the thirties and forties, Rachael & Vilray is the debut album by Lake Street Dive singer-songwriter Rachael Price and composer, singer, and guitarist Vilray.
Best known as a member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, the composer and virtuoso clarinetist leads his CityBand, which spans genres including jazz, contemporary, folk, and classical music alongside the deeply resonant musical influences of Azmeh’s own Syrian homeland.