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Tania Leon

All Ears with Terrance McKnight

A Woman's Touch

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Tonight at 10 pm: All Ears is All Women, and the playlist stretches from Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn to Tania Leon, Joann Falletta, Valerie Coleman and Jennifer Higdon.

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New Sounds

Music from Latin America

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Hear music by Afro-Cuban composer/conductor Tania León from a recently composed dance score, "Inura," on this New Sounds program.  León was born and raised in Cuba but her ancestry spans Europe, Africa, and Asia as well as the Americas.  Her score, “Inura,” is a vibrant and colorful work for voices, strings and percussion created for DanceBrazil, inspired by Candomblé.

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New Sounds

Music from Latin America

Friday, February 01, 2013

Hear music by Afro-Cuban composer/conductor Tania León from a recently composed dance score, "Inura," on this New Sounds program.  León was born and raised in Cuba but her ancestry spans Europe, Africa, and Asia as well as the Americas.  Her score, “Inura,” is a vibrant and colorful work for voices, strings and percussion created for DanceBrazil, inspired by Candomblé.

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New Sounds

Music from Latin America

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Hear music by Afro-Cuban composer/conductor Tania León from a recently composed dance score, "Inura," on this New Sounds program.  León was born and raised in Cuba but her ancestry spans Europe, Africa, and Asia as well as the Americas.  Her score, “Inura,” is a vibrant and colorful work for voices, strings and percussion created for DanceBrazil, inspired by Candomblé.

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Studio 360

Make-Up, Hell House, Skeletons

Friday, October 27, 2006

Boo. In honor of Halloween, we visit a Pennsylvania school where aspiring make-up artists learn how to give zombies that special glow of decomposition. We'll visit a Christian Evangelical haunted house that’s intended to scare folks out of sinning. And Jack Handey, of Saturday Night Live's "Deep Thoughts," offers tips for making your skeleton scarier. For example, "You don’t want to be discovered by a grave robber or an archeologist or a jogger and have the guy shrug and go, 'Well, here's another one.'"

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