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Paul Winter Solstice was among the most popular holiday programs on NPR-- typically carried by more than 300 stations. The rich resonance of the Cathedral, the performers, and the warmth of the audience made the Solstice Broadcast a special one -- a fanfare and celebration of the Consort's gold anniversary and welcome for the return of the Sun.

It was one of many highlights from over 3 decades of Murray Street Productions.


  • The 2017 Paul Winter Solstice NPR Broadcast

    NPR's annual celebration of Paul Winter's Solstice Live with stunning vocalist Fabiana Cozza, keyboardist & vocalist Gary Brooker of Procol Harum, and the Paul Winter Consort featuring Paul McCandless and Eugene Freisen -- plus vocalist Theresa Thomason and the Forces of Nature percussion troupe.


  • Hamilton: The Story of Us

    High school students like Diandre Alexander (left) and Melik Morrison performed for Lin-Manuel Miranda and other cast members of Hamilton -- along with NPR Music's Suraya Mohamed, Jeff Lunden, Murray Street took you there through a radio documentary called Hamilton: The Story of U.S.


  • Fabiana Cozza Appeared on All-New Winter Solstice

    Brazilian vocalist Fabiana Cozza joined NPR's annual celebration of Paul Winter's Solstice Live, along with vocalist Gary Brooker of Procol Harum, and the Paul Winter Consort featuring Paul McCandless and Eugene Freisen -- plus vocalist Theresa Thomason and the Forces of Nature percussion troupe. Photo credit: Stela Handa


  • Procol Harum's Gary Brooker Joined Paul Winter at Solstice

    Rock legend Gary Brooker appeared on NPR's annual celebration of Paul Winter's Solstice Live, along with vocalist Fabiana Cozza, and the Paul Winter Consort featuring Paul McCandless and Eugene Freisen -- plus vocalist Theresa Thomason and the Forces of Nature percussion troupe.

JazzStories

Jazz musicians refer to what they do as "telling stories."

JazzStories add the musicians' own words to their music, with short presenter intros. A companion to Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio - JazzStories brought you to the next beat.

Listen to the podcasts below, or learn more at our website. Also available for download from iTunes.







 


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