WAMC's Roundtable Broadcasts Live from Tanglewood - THIS MORNING
Lenox, MA – WAMC/Northeast Public Radio's flagship morning program, The Roundtable, will broadcast live again from Tanglewood in Lenox, MA on Tuesday, August 3rd between 9:00 a.m. and noon for Tanglewood on Parade.
Host Joe Donahue, Producer Sarah LaDuke, and WAMC President Alan Chartock will be speaking with scheduled guests: Pops Conductor, Keith Lockhart; Artistic Administrator of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), Anthony Fogg; Composer and Conductor, John Williams; Tenor, Ta'u Pupu'a; BSO Managing Director, Mark Volpe; Shakespeare and Company's Tina Packer and actors from their world premiere production of The Taster by Joan Ackerman; Violinist, Hilary Hahn; and musician Herbie Hancock.
Joe Donahue, host of The Roundtable says, "We at the Roundtable love a Parade. Especially one featuring John Williams, Keith Lockhart, Hilary Hahn and Herbie Hancock. We look forward to this musical march and maybe we will even throw out some candy to the crowd!"
The Roundtable blends news, arts, culture, and live music. Whether reporting the day's news, interviewing local and national authors, or chatting with fascinating people from around the corner and around the world, The Roundtable has something for everyone as it covers issues ranging from politics, arts, culture, history, the environment and everything in between.
If you missed The Roundtable interviews, they can be found at: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wamc/news.newsmain?action=section&SECTION_ID=231. Pictures of Roundtable on the Road can be found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wamcroundtable/
WAMC Northeast Public Radio broadcasts 24 hours a day with information and cultural programming from stations reaching parts of seven northeastern states.