PRI's The World: Global Hit
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A daily spotlight on international musical artists and trends. Created by host Marco Werman, the Global Hit features interviews with musicians, critics and deejays around the globe.
||The International Tchaikovsky Competition is stronger than ever, though it's getting a bit less Russian||They came, they performed and reached millions worldwide via the Web. Moscow's International Tchaikovsky Competition is stronger than ever, though it's getting a bit less Russian along the way.||5/7/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||Stereotypes — this Muslim punk band tries to break 'em and highlight 'em||Muslim punk dates back to the late 1970s. But the band moving the genre forward into the 21st century is The Kominas. They're a band originally formed in the Boston area by Pakistani-Americans.||3/7/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||This Nigerian singer has a message for Boko Haram||Nneka is a Nigerian singer with a political agenda and she has a message for members of Boko Haram and other extremists. "Pray For You" is a song off her latest album.||18/6/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||The music and life of the man dubbed 'The Lion of Zimbabwe'||Thomas Mapfumo has had a long and controversial career to fans in Zimbabwe. He's been called the "Lion of Zimbabwe" for calling out the government and its leader, President Robert Mugabe.||15/6/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||This music sounds like its from outer space, but it was recorded in Kinshasa||Music from the Congolese band Mbongwana Star sounds like the band was abducted from Congo by aliens and spirited off to Mars to make their music.||11/6/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||A rising female singer in Cuba gets a shot at international fame||Daymé Arocena, a 22-year-old singer from Cuba, took part in an open mic audition in Havana and got the chance to record a new album for a well-known DJ and producer in London.||8/6/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||This 11-year-old knows how to tickle the keys. Now he's headlining Newport Jazz Festival||Joey Alexander plays jazz piano like an old timer, but he's just 11. Now, he's going to headline the Newport Jazz Festival this summer. He lives in New York. But he was born far removed from New York's swinging jazz scene — on the Indonesian island of B||29/5/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||Here's what a map of the world sounds like||Want to hear the sound of London's Millennium Bridge or the sound of metal workers in Kathmandu? You can do both on the sound map Aporee.||29/5/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||In Holy Land, a tribute to Lorde gets complicated||Yuval Ben-Ami is a big fan of Lorde — and he turned the artist's music into a way to highlight the diversity of Israel.||25/5/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
||In New Orleans, Marco explores Japan's jazz links to the Big Easy||PRI's The World host Marco Werman is in the middle of a two-week, cross-country writing residency aboard Amtrak trains. His first stop was in New Orleans, where he heard about the death of famed trumpet player Travis "Trumpet Black" Hill and was reminded||22/5/2015||Gratuiti||Vedi in iTunes|
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- Categoria: Musica
- Lingua: Inglese
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