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Eric and Colin Jacobsen. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Brothers In Concert, Rivals In Ping Pong


Before they performed together as musicians, Eric and Colin Jacobsen duked it out as kids on the ping pong table. They took to the stage with Yo Yo Ma this week as the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra rounded out its 25th anniversary season. The Jacobsens join Intersection for a conversation about ping pong, brotherhood and the healing power of music.
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The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park choir and orchestra rehearses with Bethune Cookman Concert Chorale at Knowles Memorial Chapel. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: African-American Masterpieces


The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park and the Bethune Cookman University Concert Chorale join forces this weekend, celebrating the music of African American composers. Soloists Kevin Deas and Krysty Swann talk to Intersection about performing works by William Grant Still, Nathaniel Dett and William L Dawson
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Ariadne Greif sings with the Alterity Chamber Orchestra. Photo courtesy of Andreas Volmer
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Contemporary Classical Music


Alterity Chamber Orchestra teamed up with soprano Ariadne Greif and composer Christopher Cerrone this week. They performed his work The Pieces That Fall To Earth,  a song cycle based on the poems of Kay Ryan, US poet laureate from 2008- 2010.  Cerrone, Grief and clarinetist Natalie Grata, a founding member of the Alterity Chamber Orchestra talked to Intersection about contemporary classical music and finding new audiences for their music. 
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