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Past Frost Sessions Episodes

Episode 3: The Battle for the Ballot

with Stacy Garrop and Svet Stoyanov

Premiered November 2, 2020

Composer and storyteller, Stacy Garrop, takes a closer look at the process behind one of her latest works, The Battle for the Ballot, with Frost professor and world-class percussionist, Svet Stoyanov. They talk about Stacy's journey as a female composer, gender inequality, and what it means to have the power to vote.

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Episode 2: Data Lords

with Maria Schneider and Michael Dudley

Premiered on October 20, 2020.

Frost School's Henry Mancini Insititute (HMI) Artistic Director, multi-GRAMMY-winner in the classical and jazz genres, and legendary composer and bandleader Maria Schneider is interviewed by Michael Dudley, a current DMA student at the Frost Studio Music & Jazz department. Together, they discuss her latest double-album release, Data Lords, which NPR's Nate Chinen calls, "the most daring work of Schneider's career, which sets the bar imposingly high." 

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Episode 1: Bebop Fairytales

with Mark Ruffin & Dean Shelly Berg

Premiered on October 6, 2020.

Our premiere podcast features our very own Dean Shelly Berg, who is a Steinway piano artist and multi-Grammy nominated arranger and producer, along with Emmy Award-winning, GRAMMY-nominated host of Sirius XM's Real Jazz Mark Ruffin. Together they dive into the history of Jazz, as Ruffin celebrates his 40thanniversary in broadcasting and the release of his first booBebop Fairytales: A Historical Trilogy of Jazz, Intolerance, and Baseball.

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