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Len Power presents an exciting performing arts program with topical reviews, interviews, announcements and related music from the performing arts in and around Canberra.
Long-time Artsound producer and presenter, Bill Stephens, provides insightful interviews with artists about their upcoming shows.
Len has been involved with Artsound since 2007. He has produced The Gershwin Project and produced and presents The Broadway Musicals Yearbook, currently running on Artsound on Sundays at 5pm.
Len has also been Artsound’s theatre reviewer since 2011.He has worked both as a theatre performer and director with his knowledge of theatre generally, we can expect a unique and informative program.
Jazz Made in Australia showcases the talents of Australian jazz musicians, with recent releases, interviews, and a look back to the recordings and history of jazz in Australia. This country produces great jazz and our musicians have earned international reputations and won international awards.
Every weekday at noon, straight after the news, the “Arts Café” opens its doors to bring you a delectable smorgasbord of bright music,interviews,arts stories from the region, Arts Diary plus The World, our summary of the day’s world events.
Artcetera is ArtSound FM’s arts and lifestyle program. It features stories about the visual and performing arts, events and festivals .
The program is co-produced by Barbie Robinson and Richard Scherer with contributions from Evana Ho and others .
“Our musical bag is nostalgia” says Tom Parker in his trip down memory lane, showcasing the very best in jazz from New York and cities across the USA. All the great names are there, from the 40s through to the current era, remembered with stories and anecdotes contributed by Tom and his listeners. Cast yourself into a world of ‘late night’ American jazz clubs and be charmed for two hours by a man of style and eloquence who lives in New York but still calls Australia home.