Sunday, September 7, 2014
Mercer County Park, Marina Area
West Windsor, NJ
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Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland
Sunday at 11am
A world-class jazz composer and pianist, Makoto Ozoné began playing organ at age two and picked up piano at age twelve after falling in love with the music of Oscar Peterson. On this Piano Jazz from 2002, Ozoné shows his total mastery of the keyboard as he solos on his “Lullaby for Rabbit.” He and McPartland enjoy musical jokes on “Sonnymoon for Two.”
Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa
Sunday at 3pm
Latino USA looks back at some of our best bits from the past year. First, we ask our staff: are you The Worst Latino? We hear from the Latina “Voice of God,” learn about the invention of Hispanics as a census category, talk about flirty racism (yes, it’s a thing), and discuss how stock photos might be getting women’s images wrong. We learn about Zorro and his impact as the first American superhero. And writer Michele Carlo tells one of the funniest stories we’ve ever aired.
Jazz Potpourri: Jazz Discoveries with Robert Bullington
Sunday at 8pm
Tonight we’ll look at some area musicians along with music and info by Robert Glatser (piano), Jim Pepper (bass), and Tom Zineski (guitar).
Making Contact with Andrew Stelzer
Is your children’s schoolyard routinely sprayed with pesticides? How safe your children are might depend on where you live. Today we hear about how and why one pesticide has been banned for household use, but, affects the health of farmworkers and their children. Children’s health is especially fragile--so why aren’t we protecting them?
51 Percent (the Women’s Perspective) with Allison Dunne
On this week’s 51%, we’re going to talk about it – suicide. First, we turn to an author who explores some philosophies against suicide. Then we hear from a researcher who is trying to get to the heart of why Latina teenage girls attempt suicide more than any other adolescent group.
Jazz Set with Dee Dee Bridgewater
Terence Blanchard with Miles & Gil - "Still Ahead" at Monterey: Three ear-seducing LP’s from the late 1950s are Miles Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain. Gil Evans composed and arranged for Miles Davis and large ensemble. This concert is a rare performance of music from Porgy and Sketches with Blanchard on trumpet. Vince Mendoza conducts a small orchestra of top California players.
Jazz Worldwide with Michael Stone
Improvisatory sounds from around the planet.