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Program 813

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The Zarb Brothers

The first segment on this episode of Mixed Media follows Lexington conceptual artist Louis Zoellar Bickett as he prepares an installation of his work for the Speed Art Museum in Louisville. Bickett collects and catalogs dirt from Civil War battlefields, trash from the streets of Lexington, samples from various bodies of water, and other forms of debris. His exhibitions confront the methods with which we memorialize the past and the development of our own personal and social histories.

Next up is rising young clarinet star Daniel Goldman, a Louisville native who began playing at the age of 10. Since completing two years of study at the Interlochen Arts Academy while still in high school, Daniel has performed as the principal clarinetist for the World Youth Symphony Orchestra and as a frequent soloist with the Louisville Orchestra. He also has been featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top and recently won an award and scholarship from the National Foundation for the Arts. “Playing the clarinet seems to be the most honest, pure form of expression,” he says.

Mary Ann Fisher may have been a bit more seasoned as a performer than Daniel, but she was no less passionate. In a performance from our archives, the late Louisville R&B singer and her band belt out a tune from their release Songbird of the South, recorded when Mary Ann was in her 80s. She is best known for her work with Ray Charles’ backup group, the Raelettes, in the late 1950s.

The program closes with music from Australian folk performers the Zarb Brothers. Matt and Pauly Zarb grew up in a working musical family in Penrith, Australia. After winning the 2001 Folk Album of the Year award at the Queensland Sunny Music Awards, they relocated to Kentucky to expand their fan base in the U.S. Since then, they have performed their funky blend of folk music with Willie Nelson, Sam Bush, and Keith Urban.





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