Alaska Live

Schedule varies

The Alaska Live series of live performance and conversations with visiting and local artists is made possible from a generous grant from Design Alaska and contributors like you.

Alaska Live archives are available on this page and more about Alaska Live TV and episodes can be found at http://kuac.org/kuac-tv/alaska-live-tv/

Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival

Conductor Robert Franz joins Afternoon Concert Host Lori Neufeld with his master conducting class students Dominique Royem, Ian Henscheid and Daniel Wiley for classical selections and conversation.

Ryan Bowers, bass and vocals; Rachel Baiman, fiddle, claw-hammer banjo and vocals; George Jackson, fiddle and 5-string banjo; Emily Moran (aka Aurora Birch) guitar and vocals; Ann-Marita Gersad, guitar and vocals

Jeff Kanzler

Jul 16, 2018

Jeff Kanzler returns to Fairbanks with songs from his latest project and favorites from previous recording, "Blacktop Road". Both live performance and recorded selections are a part of this session.


Nashville duo, Mare Wakefield and Nomad make their debut on KUAC's Alaska Live.


Andrew Cassel

Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre's summer production of one of the Bard's comedic plays "The Merry Wives of Windsor" comes alive in the KUAC studios as they perform select scenes. Get to know the cast and characters from the production.

Low Boy Cello Band

Jul 16, 2018

The Low Boy Cello Band is equally at home with classical standards and popular music that is adapted for a cello quartet. These young musicians show such talent!

Once & Future

Jul 16, 2018

Once and Future is guitarist and songwriter, Joshua LaBuda's latest band. Here songs from his latest project performed live in the Alaska Live studios.


FSAF Winter Gospel

Mar 1, 2018
Heather Hinzman

Uplifting and energetic music is the name of the game on this Alaska Live. Be inspired by Bobby Lewis, Eustace Johnson and Ryan Shaw, joined by the Alaskan Supremes. 

Bringing a modern sound to Norwegian traditional folk music, the guest artists shared original tunes incorporating accordion , Hardanger fiddle, guitar and voice.

The West Valley Drama Club brings to life Oscar Wilde's comedy "The Importance of Being Earnest" in front of a live studio audience. 

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