Program Highlights

Laliya in Echoes Podcast

From Western Australia comes Laliya, the duo of James and Melissa McGuire. Since 1995 they’ve been creating an acoustic based sound with electronic extensions like delays and loops to create a world fusion of the imagination. They talk about it in the Echoes Podcast.

Weekend, February 25 & 26, 2017

We talk to one of the most venerable of American Progressive Rock groups, Djam Karet. They’ve been making music for over 30 years, starting out inTheir 18th album is Sonic Celluloid THen Julianna Barwick conjures 21st Century gothic choirs live on Echoes.

Thursday, February 23rd, 2016

Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble

World fusion took on classical dimensions when Yo-Yo Ma formed his acclaimed Silk Road Ensemble. He brought together musicians and composers from around the world to create a new dialogue in a hybrid cultural sound. We talk with Ma and other members of the ensemble.

Wednesday, February 22, 2016

Danish singer Agnes Obel’s third album, Citizen of Glass is a conceptual work that takes the fragile singer into new musical terrain, from muted pianos to choirs. She talks about it on Echoes.

Monday, February 20th, 2017

We talk to one of the most venerable of American Progressive Rock groups, Djam Karet. They’ve been making music for over 30 years, starting out inTheir 18th album is Sonic Celluloid

Weekend, February 18 & 19, 2017

From Western Australia comes Laliya, the duo of James and Melissa McGuire. Since 1995 they’ve been creating an acoustic based sound with electronic extensions like delays and loops to create a world fusion of the imagination.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Icelandic singer Emilliana Torrini has a new album of her electronic pop out with the Colorist Orchestra. We’ll hear that and new music by the ambient Chamber music group, Bing and Ruth.