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THE REMOTE PODCAST | Arlen Hlusko On Recording 'in[verse]' For The Fall For Dance North Festival

By Michael Zarathus-Cook on October 13, 2020

Arlen Hlusko
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Episode 4 of the REMOTE podcast: A great conversation with cellist Arlen Hlusko about her latest recording, commissioned by the Fall for Dance North Festival.

The album, in[verse], features a cast of dancers reading selected poems paired with cello works curated and performed by Arlen. We also talk about the year that has been and how classical music can create a more diverse and inclusive culture. Lots of fun chatting with Arlen, I hope you enjoy it—please pass it on if you do, and keep an ear out for the next episode!

in[verse] is available to listen to for free at ffdnorth.com untill October 18, 2020.

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Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael is a student at the University of Toronto, a music writer and general arts critic on briband.com He has been published in The Wholenote Magazine, Opera Canada, The Dance Current, Schmopera and more.
Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael is a student at the University of Toronto, a music writer and general arts critic on briband.com He has been published in The Wholenote Magazine, Opera Canada, The Dance Current, Schmopera and more.
Michael Zarathus-Cook
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