Songwriter and poet Jeremy Bass is my guest on this episode of the ol’ podcast. As I post this I realize it’s a touch out of date, but the timing is perfect to tell you about Jeremy’s new Kickstarter project to raise money for a pair of EPs he will be working on soon. Links to everything can be found below. Thanks for listening!
In the realm of my solo work, you can read more on my website and keep and eye out for my new single “Invocation” out August 26th and the new album will be out on October 14th with a release show and party at Dixon Place here in NYC. Mark your calendars! I’d love to see you there!
I needed a briefing on what has been going on with Russia and their rapidly declining human rights policies, and I know no one better to talk to about these things than by dear friend and NYC bad-ass, Ken Kidd. This is an unedited discussion recorded on my iPhone in Ken’s office. No frills, but plenty of important information that needs to be heard. Listen. Share. Act.
My good friend and collaborator, Leah Coloff is my guest today. Leah is a cellist, singer and composer based here in Brooklyn, NY. It was great to talk to her about her forthcoming album, gralbums, loss, and creation. Check it out and check HER out at leahcoloff.com.
Every now and then someone shows up in my life in a wild moment of synchronicity who I know I’m really supposed to plug into. Victoria is one such person. She’s been a teacher and mentor to me for some time now, so I’m really excited to have her as a guest on today’s podcast. We talk a bunch about her new solo show, No Need For Seduction, which opens THIS FRIDAY at Dixon Place. There’s some interesting talk about Archetypes in performance and I included a couple of tracks from Ólafur Arnalds brilliant new album and a piece of my own in this show as well.
As always, thanks for listening to the show and I welcome your feedback!
I was busy putting together a performance over the past month or so, so the poor podcast suffered from a bit of neglect. No worries, though! I have an interview recorded with Victoria Libertore that I’ll post this weekend and you can always catch up with my solo antics at michaelharren.com.
Sabrina Lastman and Sasha Bogdanowitsch join me in this episode to discuss their project, the Vital Vox Festival, a vocal music festival taking place on March 25th and 26th here in Brooklyn at Roulette. I’m really excited about this show, and even more so about the actual festival. Thanks for listening!
Kaleidophonia Sasha – Sasha Bogdanowitsch
Donde esta el duende – Sabrina Lastman
Take a peak at I Care If You Listen, a great new music blog I discovered while researching the festival!
Composer/performer, Eve Beglarian joins me today in an interview we recorded in her apartment in NYC. Eve is a massive inspiration to me and I so happy to have her as a guest again on the podcast. Lots of fun info about her self-propelled journey along the Mississippi River and the work that resulted.
In And Out Of the Game – Eve Beglarian
I Am Really A Very Simple Person – Brim
You can still get copies of her latest EPs here and here. Support the arts, yo!