Jill remembers an icon, Edith Piaf, a Parisian singer who captured the hearts of the entire world with her passionate and earthy performances. The show was inspired by the release of La Vie en Rose, a film which was one of the centerpiece productions of the Philadelphia Film Festival, which ended last week. Mike Lerman from the Festival staff joins Jill for the show.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein: Her recording of Bach's <i>Goldberg Variations</i> has won praise.
William H. Johnson's <i>World on Paper</i> at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The Independence Seaport Museum at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia--the waterfront museum includes a working boat shop, an 1892 battleship used in the Spanish-American War, and a World War II submarine.
Simone Dinnerstein: her Bach's Goldberg Variations is released next month. Susan Lewis: William H. Johnson's World on Paper at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Yoshi Iwasaki, Temple University professor of therapeutic recreation. Jason Peifer visits the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia.
Jill Pasternak spoke with baritone Thomas Hampson in 2006 when he was in Philadelphia on tour with his latest project with the Library of Congress: The American Songbook. We examine his stellar career, and his personal views about the mission of music, and in particular American music.