WETA Arts

Preview: WETA Arts November 2022

Hosted by Felicia Curry. Learn about Bharatanatyam, an ancient South Indian dance form with Natyabhoomi School of Dance founder Deepti Mukund Navile; meet artist Chris Combs, whose art is derived from and inspired by technology; and hear from Thomas Luebke, Secretary of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, about the Commission’s role in advancing architecture befitting the nation’s capital.

Preview: WETA Arts November 2022

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    WETA Arts February 2024

    S11 E5 - 28m 57s

    Host Felicia Curry interviews mezzo-soprano superstar Denyce Graves, whose foundation works to promote equity and inclusion in American classical vocal arts. Viewers also meet Kat Arias, a professional choreographer/instructor for the Latin dance style bachata. Plus, a special segment about Alma Thomas, the influential D.C. artist and educator.

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    WETA Arts December 2023: Songs of the Season

    S11 E4 - 58m 59s

    WETA Arts presents the fourth year of Songs of the Season, a spirited holiday music special featuring choral groups from all around the D.C. area. Conceived in 2020 to celebrate choral music during the pandemic, Songs of the Season has become a WETA holiday tradition. This year’s special showcases 19 talented choral groups from D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

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    WETA Arts November 2023

    S11 E3 - 28m 29s

    November’s episode presents Grammy-award winning record label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, releasing an unusual album of electronic music. The Washington School of Ballet’s Miya Hisaka directs ballet classes for all adults. And, host Felicia Curry interviews Tammy Call, the Director of the National Museum of the United States Army, who discusses the museum’s history, mission and vision.

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