Welcome to Season 02 Episode 12 - the "Ashes to Ashes" edition - of Notes from the Aisle Seat, a podcast featuring news and information about the arts in northern Chautauqua County NY, sponsored by the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Your host is Tom Loughlin, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor and Chair Emeritus of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia.
This edition of the podcast features the following interviews:
Mr. Aaron Lipp talks about his upcoming concert with bandmates Chris English and Ric Robertson on Friday Feb. 24
Ms. Amy Kahng discusses her curated exhibit Mis/Communication: Language and Power in Contemporary Art coming to the Marion Art Gallery on Feb. 28th
Dr. Nestor Bravo Goldsmith offers insights into the art of mime as he talks about his upcoming production of Eenie Meenie Miney Mime! produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance at SUNY Fredonia.
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Aaron Lipp 1:54
Amy Kahng 18:20
Arts Calendar 35:15
Dr. Goldsmith 36:57
"Winterscape", from the album Winterscape, Erik Tilling, 2019, Carpe Diem
"Hamilton County Breakdown", by Tommy Jackson, from the album Square Dance Tonight, Dot Records, 1958; performed by Bobbie Henrie and Aaron Lipp from the album Lonesome Hillside, 2021
"Salt Creek", by Bill Monroe, recorded live at Merlefest 2002; Doc Watson, Tony Rice, Sean Watkins, guitar
"Black Mountain Rag", traditional, performed by Doc Watson, Deacon Dan Crary, Norman Blake, and Sam Bush; Telluride Festival, June 24, 1979