Roving with Arts host Mick Hesse has started a series titled “Making Money Making Music” that focuses on local musicians who are making a living making music.
This week features two very successful musicians, trumpeter Delbert Anderson, and keyboard player Mauricio Espinal.
The interview includes discussion of their early classical training and how education has helped them succeed in the rarified world of professional musicians.
Several original compositions will be performed live in the studio as well as music from a recent CD.
This week on Write On Four Corners, Richard Ryan discusses The Glen Canyon Trilogy, about writing and living in the Lake Powel area, his writing process, and the upcoming books in the trilogy. He reads from Eddie Watchman.
Sarah Teofanov, Janet McHaley Burns and Liz Stannard talk with Mick Hesse about the 15th Annual Farmington Art Sale and Studio Tour: Nov. 4-5, 2017 on Crouch Mesa.
17 artists will be showing/selling their work at three studios - 1400 Williams Drive (Janet McHaley Burns), 236 Road 3950 (Liz Stannard), and 30 Road 3773 (Sarah Teofanov) on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sunday, Nov. 5 from noon to 4:00 PM. Maps are available at the Henderson Fine Arts Center at San Juan College, the Farmington Museum, and Studio 116 (116 W. Main) Visit all three studios for a chance to win Fine Art, and non-perishable food items for Echo Food Bank are accepted at the three locations.
Piedra Vista High School Theater Manager Hails Bassing and students discuss their upcoming production of "Push" by George Cameron Grant with Roving with the Arts host Mick Hesse. The production will be shown at 7pm on October 13, 14 & 15 at the Turano-Chrisman Theater at Piedra Vista High School.
Melissa Souers and students discuss the upcoming PVHS presentation of "The Jungle Book"