Keri Alkema

Season 2, Episode 14: Kate Lindsey

Join us as we head to Hastings, UK to talk with the extraordinary mezzo-soprano, Kate Lindsey, about her new album Tiranno, life and work during the pandemic, and learning how to not sweat the small stuff.

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Season 2, Episode 13: Nicola Luisotti

Join us as we head to Madrid, Spain to talk with the Principal Guest Conductor of Madrid’s Teatro Real, Nicola Luisotti, about opera with a live audience, the search for the next new operas, and being a singer’s conductor.

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Season 2, Episode 12: Jessica Pratt

Join us as we head to Australia to talk with the gorgeously talented soprano, Jessica Pratt, about how her career started, her journey, studies, life in Italy, and how she has weathered this last year of the pandemic with olive oil making, animals, and love.

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Season 2, Episode 11: Renée Fleming

Join us as we head to Washington, D.C., to talk with the great American Soprano and Diva, Renée Fleming, about life this past year, her amazing career, and some just good ole fun girl talk.

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Season 2, Episode 9: Hera Hyesang Park

Join us as we head to the UK to talk with the incredibly talented soprano, Hera Park, about how her career began, the journey and lessons she learned along the way, and the message she shares with the world that all of us are enough just as we are.

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Season 2, Episode 8: Lise Davidsen

Join us as we head to Norway to speak to the “one in a million voice”, soprano Lise Davidsen, about building a career, her stellar rise to fame and how she stays grounded.

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Season 2, Episode 7: Matthew Polenzani

Join us as we head to Pelham, NY to chat with the extraordinary tenor, Matthew Polenzani, about singing through the pandemic, why Mozart is so important for any singer and why being a father is so special to him and the MOST important piece of his life.

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Season 2, Episode 6: Matthew Epstein

Join us as we head to NYC to talk with the guru of Impresarios, Matthew Epstein, about the future of the arts, the importance of LIVE music, and his love and passion for the business and people of Opera.

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Season 2, Episode 5: Anthony Tommasini – NYT Chief Classical Music Critic

Join us as we head to NYC to talk with the Chief Classical Music Critic of the New York Times, Anthony Tommasini, about his 20 year career with the Times, the joy of making music, but more importantly, how the pandemic has made us appreciate even more the experience of listening to live music.

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