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Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards put on the January 18, 2019 edition of Lambeth Live, WTJU's weekly concert series (held this week at Studio IX).Engineer: Lewis Reining
 
This is the 98th of 100 programs in the Jazz at 100 series. The programs have chronologically followed the history of recorded jazz and, as we approach the present, the question of historical perspective becomes relevant. Just how well can we predict what will endure? What will have lasting importance?We are in the midst of a five-program serie ...…
 
On this edition of Soundboard, we discuss the Charlottesville's comprehensive plan and the latest from the Virginia General Assembly.
 
Centuries old evening entertainment by one of the most gifted musicians in history.
 
Colorado act Taarka (David Tiller and Enion Pelta-Tiller) stopped by WTJU for a live session ahead of their Prism Coffeehouse concert.Engineer: Morgan McLeod
 
Spring Valley (Jeff Vogelgesang, David Flood) put on the January 11, 2019 Lambeth Live at Studio IX. Engineering by Morgan McLeod
 
On this edition of Soundboard: Giles Morris and Elliot Robinson of Charlottesville Tomorrow discuss their new feature report, "The Reimagining of Friendship Court." Plus state news in review from Richmond-based journalist Peter Galuszka.
 
This is the 97th of 100 programs in the Jazz at 100 series. We move now into the 21st century, presenting music from less than twenty years ago. Which of these performances will have lasting value? What players will be remembered for their contributions to advancing the music? What trends will turn into dominant themes? The more recent the musi ...…
 
OMG what?! Yes, it’s ANOTHER new segment here at Edacious that’s a reconfiguration of a newsletter I created last Spring. Instead of quippy-quip words it’s the-closest-I-can-manage-to-dulcet tones for your ears. Who am I kidding? I’m more Becky from Roseanne than Terry Gross. Nevertheless here it is, a bi-weekly compendium of the top 3 regional ...…
 
Tribute Work. With Much Grief and Gratitude. Yet another tribute. On September 16th La Taza closes its doors. They’ll be having a huge party to celebrate and I encourage you to get there as soon as your little feet can carry you. Because La Taza rocks. La Taza is badass. La Taza is a motherfucking motherlode of brunch and camaraderie goodness a ...…
 
In the right place - at the wrong time.
 
Welcome to Soundboard, your source for news, culture, and community in and around Charlottesville. New for 2019: we're re-launching as a weekly podcast, covering local news with Charlottesville Tomorrow, state news with journalist Peter Galuszka, and more!
 
This is the 96th of 100 programs in the Jazz at 100 series. As we present more recent music, we face the historian’s dilemma - what performances will have lasting value? What players will be remembered for their contributions to advancing the music? What trends will turn into dominant themes? We are following the lead of critic Gary Giddins who ...…
 
Restorer of Italy's instrumental music.
 
This is the 95th of 100 programs in the Jazz at 100 series. For 94 programs have moved on a roughly chronological path through the history of 100 years of jazz recordings, following trends, introducing major players and stylistic evolutions. As we approach the present, we face the historian’s dilemma - in more recent music, what performances wi ...…
 
Never far from the pulse of jazz innovation, New York in the 1980s incubated what has become known as the “downtown scene.” Radically multi-stylistic, the resulting music was unabashedly eclectic, celebrating influences from bebop to punk rock to cartoon music and eventually klezmer and Balkan music. John Zorn and the “downtown scene” in this h ...…
 
The beginning of the coldest season of the year.
 
We talk with Adam Carter, principal cellist of the Charlottesville Symphony and cello professor at the University of Virginia.
 
This final episode of the podcast covers the last two days of the trial -- the victim impact statements, the defense's sole mitigation witness, and the jury's sentencing recommendations. As always, a content warning for discussion of the events of August 12, 2017. This episode contains discussion of the victim impact statements, which includes ...…
 
Ironically, the record label that most consistently offered an outlet for the American jazz avant-garde in the 1980s was the Italian Black Saint / Soul Note imprint. On the site All About Jazz, Jeff Stockton wrote, “…from 1984 to 1989 Black Saint won the Down Beat critics poll for "Best Label" and "Best Producer" and established itself as the B ...…
 
Art is about community and interacting. How do video games fit into this, and are they unique as a medium for being driven by community and collaborative creation? Guest Simon Whittle (huge fan of Dwarf Fortress) joins us to discuss.
 
David McCormick performs regularly on both violin and vielle (medieval fiddle). He is the founding Artistic Director of Early Music Access Project, a rotating group of musicians bringing a wide range of early music to the Charlottesville area, and is also Executive Director of the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival.…
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kahrl - Being A Citizen by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kahrl - Change Happens At Local by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kahrl - Issues Are Connected by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kahrl - Not Voting In Local by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kaufman - Compassion by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kaufman - Definition Of Equity by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kaufman - Difference Program Makes by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Andrew Kaufman - Origins Of Project by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Barbara Wilson - Planning by wtju
 
Engaged UVA - Barbara Wilson - Students by wtju
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
Engaged UVA is the front door to community partnerships at UVA, designed to connect faculty, students and communities to mutually beneficial research and teaching programs.WTJU 91.1 FM presents interviews with some of the faculty at the University of Virginia building bridges with communities.
 
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