NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with director Chana Gazit and dancer Peter Anastos about the new film Ballerina Boys, which details the history of an all-male ballerina troupe founded in the '70s.
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As part of an ongoing series, NPR's Rachel Martin talks to pianist Lara Downes about classical recordings of "Lift Every Voice" and "A Change Is Gonna Come," to mark Black Music Month and Juneteenth.
This Juneteenth we commemorate the holiday with two contrasting and power playlist — Remembrance and Celebration. Remembrance is about the past and represents the struggle of Black Americans to get to where we are today and Celebration is about the joy and jubilee felt in the presence of positive change for now and in the future.
What does it mean to be a man? How do we define "masculinity" in these rapidly changing times? And what values to fathers want to pass on to their sons today? Join host Steve Seel and Cantus for the special program Brave, which seeks to answer these questions through music and words.
Join Cantus for Fields of Wonder, a special program that explores the relationship between composers and the poets whose words they set to music.
Join Cantus for 'Alone Together,' a special program highlighting mental-health topics including depression and anxiety. This program is a collaboration with Call to Mind.
Minnesota's Great Lake, Superior, provides the base for the straightforward and masterfully made brews at Hoops Brewing in Duluth. Head brewer Dave Hoops joins host Scott Blankenship in this episode of Hop Notes, with music from Jean Sibelius accompanying beers made from the "best brewing water on Earth."