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Every Voice with Terrance McKnight
“Every Voice with Terrance McKnight” is a show that spotlights the vibrant stories and perspectives that reflect the whole of the American musical experience. There are many different kinds of classical music, depending on where you are in the world. While this music typically preserves the traditions of a given society, classical music in America remains wedded to its Western European roots. On this show, we want to know why — and what America’s classical music really sounds like. Through interviews, historical investigation, and personal storytelling, Terrance McKnight unearths the...
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4.9 stars from 126 ratings
Every Voice
As an opera fan (and former opera house employee) I find this series so important. It is both painful, refreshing, and critical giving the listener a comprehensive understanding about how many art forms, no matter how beautiful, continue to perpetuate negative stereotypes, especially when it...Read full review »
AHTeacher via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/27/23
Rich and varied and beautiful
Thank you for such an insightful, beautiful, and informative show. It doesn’t condescend listeners but invites them into something great and difficult and imaginative. A new favorite. I look forward to lm being a long-time listener.
alerox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/06/23
Now, HERE is a voice made for radio. 😍 I would learn so many things if it was packaged as well as this podcast. You all are doing excellent work.
jspeyton via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/23
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