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Harm

May 5, 2015


Liam Teague

Apr 3, 2015
Brady Gross


Rachel Barton Pine

Feb 13, 2015
Brady Gross

Rachel Baron Pine joined Lori Neufeld in the KUAC studio for Alaska Live performing a few violin pieces and discussing her extensive career. Rachel, originally from Chicago, was in Fairbanks for just 24 hrs as the spotlight guest artist for the "Sitka Winter Classic" put on by the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra. Rachel showcased her elaborate range of music appreciation from classical violin work to her contribution towards heavy metal and modern violin compositions.

Colin McAllister

Feb 6, 2015
Brady Gross

Colin McAllister, a classical guitarist, along with Morris Palter, a UAF Music Professor, joined Lori Neufeld in the KUAC studio to discuss this weekend's Northern Exposure Festival of Modern Music here at UAF. Colin is a featured musician in the festival from Colorado and he gave a sneak peak into some of the pieces he will performing. Colin shined new light onto 12th century compositions with his unique guitar manipulation and original arrangements.

Cellist Sarah Koo

Nov 8, 2013
Emily Berriochoa

Sarah Koo took a break from her busy teaching and performance schedule to take part in an Alaska Live session. Teaching and outreach is becoming a larger part of Ms Koo's life. She spoke about an influential cello instructor she is still learning from now as she was when just starting out and how she's been inspired to pass this on to a younger generation.

Rare 'Red Lightning' Garners National Attention

Aug 14, 2013
Jason Ahrns, http://musubk.blogspot.com/

Fairbanks, AK - A graduate student from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks has garnered national media attention after he posted photos of a rare lightning-related phenomenon to his blog.

Thunderstorms can produce dark grey clouds and blazing flashes of white lightning, but above all that, things are much more colorful.  University of Alaska Fairbanks, PhD student Jason Ahrns says pilots have reported bright red flashes of light above thunderstorms for decades. “Some people kind of dismissed those as people seeing things," he says, "because nobody had any real evidence.”

Thought Trade

Jun 28, 2013

Fairbanks rock band Thought Trade brought all original songs to the KUAC studios. Hypnotic grooves and enthralling tunes make this 5-member band unique in the local music scene. Thought Trade added a cellist to their mix of 2 electric guitars, bass and drums for a great Alaska Live session.


Bruce Adolphe

May 2, 2013
Robin Wood

Bruce Adolphe is the regularly featured guest on Performance Today with his weekly Piano Puzzler. We moved a piano into the KUAC studio, collected three contestants & Bruce Adolphe did three rounds of Piano Puzzler on KUAC's Alaska Live. Play along with contestants April Jaillet, Maryanne Babij & Jeff Iverson as they guess composer and tunes.