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Maria-Hélèna Pacelli released her first independent album in 2016. Her eclectic alternative folk sound has been compared to of Tori Amos, Joan Baez or Florence and the Machine. Her unique sound inspires activists and earth-lovers and makes the kids dance when no one is watching.
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When we think of Art we also think of Creativity. But why is Creativity so important in our lives? How does art and creativity transform us into something more? Find out on this episode of I Am Alive with 3 creative artists with diverse backgrounds from theatrical magic and story-telling to contemporary dance & choreography, these creative artists are helping transform our communities through Art Place. Listen HERE.
Is it possible that what we feel and experience through art changes who we are becoming? Find out with special guest Maria-Hélèna Pacelli, a multidisciplinary artist and activist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master’s in Women’s Studies and who’s research examines the intersections of art and social change. She will also be sharing with us a few creative songs while playing live her mandolin to socially inspire change. Listen HERE.
Interview featured on Art’s Place.
Interview featured on Thought Change.
Roots & Rhythms started out in 1997 as a roots music program (older blues, country, r&b and rock(abilly), with some contemporary jazz and world music thrown in as well. Most programs were devoted to a specific artist, label, city or genre. Since then, the core concept has remained the same, but has been broadened to include some pop and more mix-type programs blending eclectic choices across genre and time periods. Throughout, the emphasis has been on music that swings, jumps, or rocks. Listen HERE.
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