We listen back to Jim Cotter's interview with Mari Yoshihara, author of Musicians from a Different Shore.
Jason Peifer visits the Charles Demuth Museum in Lancaster.
David Patrick Stearns looks back on the 100-year history of the Grand Pipe Organ in Ocean Grove, New Jersey.
Susan Lewis takes a walk through Rhythms of India: The Art of Nandalal Bose, an exhibition currently at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Anne Ewers, New President of Philadelphia's Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
A look at the role of the costume designer in theatrical productions.
Mari Yoshihara, author of Musicians from a Different Shore, examines role of Asians in classical music world.
First Person Arts presents a storytelling competition, or "Story Slam," as part of the First Person Festival of Memoir and Documentary Art.
Mari Yoshihara: Author of <i>Musicians from a Different Shore</i> examines role of Asians in classical music world.
Paul Taylor's <i>Company B</i> headlines Pennsylvania Ballet's season opener with dances set to music by The Andrews Sisters, Bach, and Shostakovich.
Tenor Matthew Polenzani on his role in the Opera Company of Philadelphia's <i>Rigoletto</i>.
Mimi Kenney Smith, coordinator of Independence Starts Here: A Festival of Disability Arts and Culture.