BIPOC Behind the Curtain: Music
In the ninth episode in the “Conversations From Away” series, we are proud to present another installment of BIPOC: Behind the Curtain. This time, we’re diving into world of the music. Listen in as Aaron chats with Alvin Hough, Jr (TINA: The Tina Turner Musical, Once On This Island), Zane Mark (Bring in ’da Noise, Bring in ’da Funk (co-writer), The Cher Show, Motown the Musical), and Cameron Moncur (Music Director-Come From Away North American Tour, Jersey Boys) about their experiences and observations as musicians in the theater industry, and what they see on the horizon. We also learn all about Musicians United for Social Equity (MUSE), a phenomenal organization that strives to cultivate more racial equity in theatrical music departments.
Learn more about MUSE and it’s sister organizations:
Host: Aaron Michael Ray (@aaronraystagram on Instagram)
Guests: Alvin Hough, Jr. (@alvinhoughpiano on Instagram and Twitter)
Special Thanks to Broadway Podcast Network and Junkyard Dog Productions
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