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Guest Aliza Rozsnyai joins me this week as we discuss how to connect to classical music, modernizing opera, having your first lyft ride be an old date that never got its second and how Stevie Wonder really does make all irrational fears away! Do not miss her adaptation of Bach's Coffee Cantata. Could you give up coffee?  Episode Song Feature by Stillwatcher - In Line Of Sight  @Stillwatcher_  Find their music here :  https://stillwatcher.bandcamp.com/ All Event Info Below: May 18th 8 pm at Carpenter’s Hall, 320 Chestnut St., and tickets are available through our Facebook page: Facebook.com/housemusicphiladelphia And eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/addiction-bach-and-brown-tickets-60066201626?fbclid=IwAR0SgR5cr8BLhAOn9N7U8KpOvHLC8l8-1HqJPLVd9ieJttqWxC4plVbgWm4  We do have a student and industry discount (with id or program sample) at the door!  Our musicians are Josh Glassman, founder of House Music, tenor and conductor, Irene Moretto, also in charge of house music along with myself, pianist/harpsichordist, David Matthew Brown, composer of Phony and violinist, Mark Hightower, Bass-Baritone, Tim Faulkner, Tenor, Aaron Stewart, saxophonist, Emma Hey, Violist, Will Brobstein, Electric Guitarist, and David Deratzian, Electric Bassist. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/showmeyourplaylist/support

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