This week, we’ve got plenty of awesome interviews coming up for you in the local music and arts scenes.
In campus and community arts, Lauren sits down with curator and director Emelie Chhangur of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre is bringing us the latest on their reopening and upcoming weekend events. Dr. Kip Pegley, professor at the DAN School of Drama and Music joins us later for an insightful interview on the developing role of artificial intelligence in the music industry.
As always, we’ve got you live music scoop too, featuring your calendar of can’t miss performances for the week. Multi-instrumentalist Nick Lennox of local band the Wilderness returned to the studio with us to chat about the group’s upcoming performances opening for the Trews at McKinnon Brothers Grandstand this weekend, and co-headlining the upcoming Howe Island Rockin the Rock show. Last but certainly not least, acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter David James Allen joins us for an interview and performance, off his latest album and in advance of his upcoming gig at Musiikki Cafe.
We’ve got all of that, plus your arts headlines from our special guest hosts for the week from the CFRC Shortwave Radio Theatre Camp!
The Kingston Curator will continue to air at the special timeslot of Thursdays at 3pm for the next two weeks, and podcast episodes will be published at 4pm the same day. Catch us live on 101.9fm CFRC then for your arts scoop, or here on the podcast at your leisure!
This episode featured a live rendition of “Don’t Pry Me Open”, by David James Allen, the studio version of which can be found here: “Don’t Pry Me Open” by David James Allen on Spotify
Our theme music is “Mathematics Monument and The Guide to Making Friends” by Julia Lynn Sepúlveda, found here: “Mathematics Monument and the Guide to Making Friends” by Julia Lynn Sepúlveda on Soundcloud