In this episode of "The Sound of Home," Genevieve delves into territory that she finds personally uncomfortable. Rapper Tall Paul and artist Sarah Rowe speak about their experiences as humans, artists and musicians. Recognizing that her heritage benefited while others' heritages were destroyed, Genevieve reveals her discomfort with her own education about Native American history. Sarah Rowe, an artist, musician and therapist speaks with Genevieve about talking to neighbors even while it might be discomforting. And rapper Tall Paul talks about using musical performance as way to educate others about his experiences growing up in the city.
A reknowned international clarinetist, Kinan Azmeh visits Lincoln to play music and talk about his views of home, music and the his message of hope.
In this extra guitarist Daniel Martinez tries to get his Peruvian beats to blend with the sounds of Hasan and Zeyad at Golden Studio.
Genevieve talks with Daniel Martinez, a guitarist from Peru. Daniel talks about his two homes; Lincoln and Peru, and how music helps him navigate his lives. Then Genevieve takes Daniel to Golden Studio.
This is an extra from our third episode of 'The Sound of Home.' Lacey Studnicka of Lutheran Family Services gives Genevieve Randall valuable insight to the challenges refugees face.
In this episode of our series, 'The Sound of Home,' Genevieve continues her exploration with the musicians of Golden Studio.
Take a step inside Golden Studio and hear the electric saz, bass and keyboards and vocals of Arkan Kasem!
This is our second season of The PlainStory. We're calling it 'The Sound of Home,' and we're exploring the concepts of music and home. We'll listen to how musicians use their art to create a new sense of home, or remember the homes of their past.
In our second season of The PlainStory, 'The Sound of Home,' we explore the concepts of music and home. You will listen to how musicians use their art to create a new sense of home, or remember the homes of their past.