Miriam talks about these poems of stars and sky watching, and how they came to be.

Local favorite Connie Schulz tells her story, explaining what a euphonium sounds like and why!  Her story begins in 4th grade when her Dad said “I think you’ll like it because you get all the good parts in Sousa marches”. Mahler and “Send in the Clowns” play a big part in her musical life, and “O Magnum Mysterium” keeps her inspired and dedicated to music all year.

Farmington Civic Center Director Randy West discusses his plans for virtual performances and other improvements that have been going on during facility closures due to COVID-19.

Jasmine’s memoir of her travels through Egypt are filled with her own photos and art work.

Andy discusses the structure of this novel and the meaning of the title, and tells about his other novels.

Farmington’s favorite Trumpeter/Composer/Educator Delbert Anderson shares stories and performances that have taken him to Alaska, NYC, and many stops in between with his trumpet and group D’DAT".

Everything you ever wanted to know about kale, and more. Jim Tritten, Jasmine Tritten, and Chris Allen talk about the writing of this funny collection of short stories.

Today we are talking to Music Director Thomas Heuser!

The two authors talk about how they started corresponding during the lock-down, how the friendship grew, and how the book developed.

Local favorite, Hoyle Osborne, takes us on a fascinating journey exploring his early love of all things musical and the many influences of his life.  He shares musical examples of these important songs as well as many recordings of his own compositions. 


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