Every month, opera singer Fredrika Brillembourg hosts “Leitmotifs,” our series on classical music. In this episode Fredrika talks with cellist Eckart Runge, who played in the world renowned Artemis Quartet for 30 years.
Berlin-based musician Finn Ronsdorf is releasing his first EP, “Odes,” on June 12. We talk with the 21-year-old singer-songwriter about his early musical influences and what it takes to write a love song. He says the key is “really just being very much in the moment.”
Brodie White loves to teach guitar and audio production to kids. But when the schools were closed, the 35-year-old had a lot of time on his hands, so he came up with a special lesson for his students: a hygiene rules rap. We found out more in today’s Amplified.
German-born Robot Koch is dropping his new record “The Next Billion Years” on May 29. Ahead of the release, we spoke to the L.A.-based artist, producer and composer about why late French conservationist Jacques-Yves Cousteau inspired him to make the album.
In this edition of Leitmotifs, opera singer Fredrika Brillembourg talks with conductor Donald Runnicles. He is the general musical director of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and music director of the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson, Wyoming.
With 15 tracks completed by 32 collaborating artists in just 10 days, the “Pen Pals” compilation album by record label Ransom Note is a novel way to raise money for musicians at a trying time. We caught up with Rosie Cain to find out more.