Preview: WETA Arts November 2021

Get to know the dedicated members of the American Military Spouses Choir as they sing together for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Explore the fascinating ocean crossing of the Statue of Liberty’s “little sister.” Plus, host Felicia Curry talks with Lisa Warwick of the DC Public Library’s People’s Archive about local music and cultural history.

Preview: WETA Arts November 2021


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