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Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Chris Belt


Orlando composer, conductor and performer Chris Belt is on the leading edge of contemporary classical music. Belt joined Intersection to talk about finding music in unlikely places, like the leaves of a plant, and he plays some songs on his guitar. 
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Chase Shellee’s album High On Maybe. Photo: Alana Campbell Intern at WMFE.
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Chase Shellee


A few years ago, Singer songwriter Chase Shellee caught the west Nile virus and returned home to recover. It was a slow and exhausting recovery one that made her want to give up, but she didn’t. And out the experience came her latest album High on Maybe.
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E-Turn performing at WMFE. Photo: Abe Aboraya, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: E-Turn


Orlando hip hop artist E-Turn grew up in Florida, listening to artists like Ludacris, A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul. But she would also listen to her father’s classical Persian singing, and she says you can hear those influences in her music.
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Photo courtesy of Violectric.
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Violectric


Violectric performs on classical stringed instruments- with a twist. It’s a Central Florida band that plays classic rock riffs like Kashmir by Led Zeppelin. Violectric join us in studio to perform some songs, and talk about putting the classical into classic rock.
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Beth McKee & Renee Arozqueta. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Swamp Sistas


Accordionist Beth McKee founded the Swamp Sisters seven years ago, while touring with her band.”I was encountering all these wonderful women at all my shows, and I thought it would be great to find a way to put everyone in touch with each other,” says McKee. Now the Swamp Sistas get together to write, perform, and raise money for good causes.
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