Chris McGovern

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  • Username: ChrisMcGo
  • PRX Member
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from Chris McGovern

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The Glass Sho: Episode 35 (Tessa Seymour) (42:14)
From: Chris McGovern

Cellist Tessa Seymour discusses her soon-to-be-released debut CD and performing for the Dalai Lama among other things.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 34 (Lara Downes and Jed Distler On Billie Holiday Songbook/Eunbi Kim) (49:53)
From: Chris McGovern

Pianist Lara Downes and composer Jed Distler discuss Lara's new CD of Billie Holiday and her songs arranged for solo piano; Pianist Eunbi Kim discusses a piece by Daniel ...
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The Glass Sho: Episode 33 (Willie Nile) (01:02:27)
From: Chris McGovern

Singer-songwriter Willie Nile discusses his latest album as well as other things in his career.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 32 (Miranda Cuckson) (01:12:56)
From: Chris McGovern

Violinist Miranda Cuckson discusses her newest recording Melting The Darkness.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 31 (Jeffrey Zeigler) (01:04:10)
From: Chris McGovern

Cellist Jeffrey Zeigler discusses working with other artists and his new recording Something of Life
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The Glass Sho: Episode 30 (Allan Kozinn) (01:39:42)
From: Chris McGovern

Author/music journalist Allan Kozinn discusses The Beatles' remastered mono LPs, the "Paul is Dead" rumor/phenomenon, and other things Beatle-related.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 29 (Marie Incontrera) (01:04:38)
From: Chris McGovern

Composer-conductor Marie Incontrera discusses Fred Ho, The Eco-Music Big-Band and going forward as a composer.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 28 (Kristen Graves) (44:10)
From: Chris McGovern

CT-based singer-songwriter Kristen Graves talks about her music, her causes and meeting and opening for Pete Seeger.
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The Glass Sho: Episode 27 (Molly Herron/Molly Thompson) (01:17:04)
From: Chris McGovern

Molly Herron discusses New Music For New Instruments; Molly Thompson talks about her program featuring music from her song cycles at Spectrum.