Alaska Live

Schedule varies

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Kim Richey

Aug 26, 2017
Lori Neufeld

Live performance and conversation in the KUAC studios with singer/songwriter Kim Richey.

Bow Thayer Trio

Aug 26, 2017
Mak Landry

The Bow Thayer Trio performs originals from Bow Thayer himself. He's made a new instrument, the Bojotar, featured in the "plugged in" part of the show. Krishna Guthrie plays guitar and drums in the trio and brings a family tradition of American music to the band through the lineage of Woody Guthrie (great grandfather) and Arlo Guthrie (grandfather). Alex Abraham harmonizes on vocals and makes up the rhythm section for the trio.

Heather Hinzman

Nancy Tarnai

Alaska Cello Intensive students and guest instructor and artist Anthony Elliot brought their immense talent and energy to the KUAC Alaska Live studios.

Nancy Tarnai

What goes into becoming a conductor? Mahler wrote verses to his Symphony No. 4, mvmt 4 and they are delightful. What is the context of those verses? Malcom Arnold composed an overture and put "Grand Grand" in the title. What household machines make it on the concert stage for this overture? Answers to all these questions and insights into the chosen music selections on this Afternoon Concert.

In this Alaska Live segment, three performers join host Lori Neufeld.  For the first half hour, Jamie Maschler brings her extensive knowledge and experience with the accordion to the studios.  And for the second half, guitarist Manuel Perez presents diverse pieces of music, from flamenco to rock 'n' roll.  He is also joined by flamenco dancer Lucia Artacho.

Two members of the new music group CORVUS return to their hometown of Fairbanks and perform for Alaska Live.  Violinist and Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival's New Music Coordinator, Andie Springer performs with her fellow band mate and flutist, Katie Cox.

Fairbanks-born fiddle player, Caitlin Warbelow has recently performed on the Tony Awards stage with the Broadway hit "Come From Away."  In this Alaska Live segment, she performs Celtic music alongside friends, Kyle Sanna and Isaac Alderson.

Mak Landry

Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre celebrates its 25th Anniversary with one of Shakespeare's historic plays "King John". A select scene with a few cast members was central to this performance at the KUAC studios. Listen in for a preview of the production and hear how Shakespeare is done best, live and in the voices of Fairbanks Shakespeare local company.

Emma's Revolution

Jun 2, 2017

Emma's Revolution brings their brand of protest songs to the KUAC Studios.  The live audience also joined the duo in a sing-along or two.