Ask Erik Pratt about renewable energy and prepare yourself for a passionate response. Ask him about ballroom dancing, choral music or Edvard Grieg and you'll get the same: passion, passion, passion. He's a passionate guy, Erik Pratt. His playlist is an invitation to see the heart of Norway.
Emilie Robinson is a local tattoo artist with a French-inspired playlist. She grew up in France and in Ireland, where centuries of history were never far away from school and work. Emilie's playlist transcends time and distance.
Taylor Passofaro is the scientist he always dreamed he'd be when he was a kid. He's 23. He sees beauty everywhere, as his playlist attests.
He blows things up. She calms things down. Bill Gurstelle and Karen Hansen share a couple's playlist on this week's Music with Minnesotans.
Jennifer Workman Jesness is a public defender. It is a bit ironic that one of her favorite pieces of music is the 'March to the Scaffold' from the Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique. Jennifer will cross-examine the reasons for that piece and share the rest of her personal playlist on this week's Music with Minnesotans.
Camille Verzal is writer, a blogger, a traveler, a communications consultant, a runner,and a photographer. She like to push herself physically, but always comes home to music that is serene and comforting.
It's not that James Lileks sees different things than you or me, he just sees them differently. Lileks is Steve Staruch's guest on Music with Minnesotans
Susan Wagner is a painter. She learned about the craft of painting from the New York City filmmakers she knew and worked with. Susan shares some of her favorite classical music with Steve Staruch.
Carl Lundstrom is a specialist in Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic. A cancer survivor, Carl has a special place on his playlist for choral music. Carl is Steve Staruch's guest on this week's Music with Minnesotans.