Trilloquy is a weekly podcast that covers hot button topics like race, gender issues, equality, and equity as they manifest within the music world. Listen each week for true and real stories from the fringes of classical music.
People tell stories everyday over dinner, I tell stories to sit at the table. I can convince you that bullshit is fact, and fact, bullshit. The fact of the matter is...you'll never really be sure.
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Nirmala Rajasekar calls the Veena "the great-grandmother of instruments," and she has played it since she was 6. Together with her friend and percussionist Thanjavur Murugaboopathi, they play
called "Ananda Nadamaduvar" meaning "the joyful dance of Shiva" in the debut of TRILLOQUY TV!
Did you know Dvorak had a pail of Pilsner beer delivered to his house every day? In this first installment of Hop Notes, Scott Blankenship explores the works of Czech composer Dvorak and tastes a Bohemian-style Pilsner with its roots in the past, updated to satisfy today's beer geeks, from Bauhaus Brew Labs in Minneapolis.
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