by humorist David Barber.
ALICE'S PIANO: The Life of Alice Herz-Sommer by Melissa Mueller and Reinhardt Piechocki.
An award-winning documentary on the power of music to change us and sustain us at all stages of life. Interviews with Bobby McFerrin, Oliver Sacks and others prominent in the music fields.
by Josephine Poole & Angela Barrett. A compelling narrative of her childhood and confinement for ages 10 and up.
Transformative Art Movements and the Paintings that Inspired Them
Strengthening Our Minds Across a Lifetime. This 2-part PBS program--The Art of Connection and Creativity--reveals the vital role the arts play from our earliest to our final years of life.
Eric Jensen presents the definitive case for making arts a core part of the basic curriculum.
There's music in the wind and sky. Can you hear it? And there's hope. Can you feel it? The boy called August Rush can. In this musical odyssey he also discovers the musical talent hidden within himself.
An all-star lineup of musicians reflects on the genius and power of Bach, and performs some of his greatest works.
Music History As It Ought To Be Taught by humorist David Barber.
America's Lost Musical Genius by Deirdre O'Connell.
Three classics for performers to help them become the best musicians they can be.
by Barry Green. Energize music making with a myriad of suggestions to create joy and excitement in performance.
Illuminating insights about animals and their "musicianly" communication, and insect sounds' connection to our sense of rhythm.
by David Rothnberger, philosopher and jazz musician.
Traces the personal and musical career of 10-time Grammy Award winner Bobby McFerrin,
The true story of pianist Alice Herz-Sommer, the world's oldest living Holocaust survivor by Caroline Stoessinger, with a Foreword by Vaclav Havel.
Gustavo Dudamel, El Sistema, and the Transformative Power of Music by Tricia Tunstall.
When a workaholic accountant's life begins to fall apart, he tries to start a choir at a local homeless shelter. Inspiring and based on a true story.