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The Frost School of Music proudly presents FROST SESSIONS: A PODCAST ABOUT MUSIC. Hosted by Frost faculty and alumni artists, along with innovative students, the audio/visual podcast will feature conversations with top music professionals who share their experiences, discuss what's happening in music, and offer insight on a variety of topics, ranging from performing and composing to technology and business to innovation and current events. New episodes come out bi-weekly.

Episode 9: Discovering What You’re Born to Do with Dr. Raina Murnak and Dr. Nancy Kirsner

Frost Director of Contemporary Voice & Performance Artistry Dr. Raina Murnak interviews University of Miami’s former Assistant Dean of Women, psychodramatist, and certified positive psychologist, Dr. Nancy Kirsner. Watch how two best friends explore positive psychology, neuroscience, character strengths, and how we are all hardwired to find zest in our lives. Learn how to face challenging situations with their positive outlook in life. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face! Listen here!

Premieres January 26, 2021

Future Episodes

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  • Episode 10: TBD!

    Premiering February 9, 2021!

  • Future Guests

    • Jon Secada: Frost alumnus, two-time GRAMMY® winner, and international superstar who has sold over 15 million albums worldwide
    • Kim Josephson: Internationally renowned opera baritone and new member of the Frost faculty
    • Frank Wayne Ragsdale, Frost School Department Chair and Program Director of the Department of Vocal Performance and Associate Professor of Voice
    • Professor Aaron Tindall & Andy Kershaw (UM Swim Coach)
    • Professor Laura Sherman & Richard Jay Alexander (Theatrical Producer)
    • Professor Rick Todd & John Dickson (Composer/musician)
    • Dean Berg & Johann Zietsmann (President & CEO of the Arsht Center)
    • and many more to come! 

Disclaimer: The opinions and views expressed in these podcasts do not necessarily reflect the Frost School of Music or the University of Miami.