Established by Aaron Richmond in 1938, the Series has evolved into New England's major presenting organization with over 100 performance and outreach activities annually.
Tonight on Inquiry, we speak with jazz journalist and writer Paul De Barros about his new thorough and thoroughly enjoyable biography Shall We Play That One Together? The Life And Art Of Jazz Piano Legend Marian McPartland. Tune in and learn about Marion’s early years in England, how she met Jimmy, her hot and heavy affair with her drummer Joe Morello and how Piano Jazz began.
In colonial South Carolina, the growing of indigo and the making of the beautiful blue dye from that plant was an important cash crop that England depended on. But it was a labor-intensive agriculture that depended not only on slave labor but also Native Americans. Tune in tonight and learn about the political and material cultural history of indigo, a color that touched the lives of the rich and wealthy in America and Europe as well as slaves and Native Americans. We talk with Andrea Feeser, Associate Professor of Art and Architectural History at Clemson University. Her new book is Red, White, And Black Make Blue: Indigo In The Fabric Of Colonial South Carolina.
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We are celebrating our 45th ANNIVERSARY on the air by hosting a special event on April 2nd at Mechanics Hall.
12 Amazing Musicians
on ONE stage
this ONE NIGHT ONLY!
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