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How Music Can Make You Better

[embed]https://youtu.be/FYAC9fFvdg8[/embed] How Music Can Make You Better Indre Viskontas is an opera singer and a neuroscientist. She’s professor of sciences and humanities at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of San Francisco, and the Creative Director of Pasadena Opera. (sigh...

The Recycled Orchestra

Heather McElhatton: LUIS SZARAN is a music teacher in Paraguay, he says "for me, music is the smile of the soul...

Nile Water Musicians

Musicians from the Nile River Basin perform for water rights awareness...

Rebels Renegades and Wild Women of History

"Well-behaved women seldom make history." - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Women throughout history have broken the rules and stepped outside conventional social norms to make history happen. We investigate several women who stand out as the rebels of their time. A Beautiful World is a solutions journalism news program...

Choirbuzz

[embed]https://animoto.com/play/J31ale2lT8Wt6BsscRuMQg[/embed] Choirbuzz is an international choral music media platform, and the brainchild of choral singer Tesfa Wondemagegnehu. Tesfa Wondemagegnehu: People are born with this inherent love, this innate love of music. Heather McElhatton: That's Tesfa Wondemagegnehu (wahn-dee-MAHG-knee-yoo,) Director of Music at Westminster Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He says...

Prince Died Today

Listen to the news of Prince breaking live on-air in Minneapolis, Minnesota on the morning of April 21st, 2016 with Heather McElhatton and a host of other crewmembers, fans and people who worked for Prince. "Prince died today. I got a call at noon to get...

The Beautiful Sounds of Cuba

[embed]https://youtu.be/8NEYGRIH_cU[/embed] Heather McElhatton: The island nation of Cuba is a mere 90 miles away from the United States. In fact if you park your car in the right place in Key West, you can actually pick up Cuban radio stations in the car. That's how close...