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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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Thad Anderson. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Intersection Sessions: Thad Anderson

Composer Thad Anderson plays an instrument of his own invention called a ‘Vibrakit’. It’s a combination of vibraphone and drum kit. His work ‘Northbound’, was inspired by a trip on SunRail. We stopped by Anderson’s studio at the University of Central Florida to hear him play a couple movements from the piece.
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Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Cat Ridgeway

In an encore performance, singer-songwriter Cat Ridgeway plays some original songs and talks about finding inspiration in chasing trains and watching the movie Dumb and Dumber. Cat played a few songs and talked with Intersection about her eclectic music abilities.
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Intersection Sessions: Nature

Orlando musician Nate Figueroa performs under the alias Nature. Intersection’s Brendan Byrne spoke to him about the art of songwriting and lyrics, and he performed three songs.
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Jared Burnett

Intersection Sessions: The Fabio of Violinists

Jared Burnett is not your typical violinist. He has been referred to as a Fabio-esque violinist and his skills are just as good as his looks. Along with non-typical violinist looks, his signature six-string green electric violin is not what you would imagine.
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