Thursday, March 21, 2013
We'll talk to a woman who is a project leader at the Nordic House in Torshavn, which is sort of like the Kennedy Center of the Faroe Islands. The Nordic House turns 30 this May, and organizers are already planning the party.
Then we'll hear a little music from Yggdrasil, the jazz combo fronted by Kristian Blak.
And finally, we'll stand outside the Kennedy Center and look at the art display projected onto the center's walls and attempt to sum up this month-long festival.
As always, you can listen on our media player at the top of this page, on iTunes, on Stitcher, or on the No Agenda stream. Or you can download the show directly here:
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Then we'll hear Guðrun Rógvadóttir talk about the origins of the Faroese knitwear and design company Gudrun & Gudrun. It's all part of our continuing coverage of the Kennedy Center's Nordic Cool 2013 festival.
As always, you can listen on iTunes, on our media player above, on Stitcher, or download the show directly here:
Also, you can watch Eivor's entire Kennedy Center performance at the Kennedy Center website.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
We'll also contemplate Trondur Patursson's instalation, "Migration" (pictured, above) which was commissioned by the Kennedy Center for this festival.
As always, you can listen on our media player above, on iTunes, Stitcher, or the No Agenda stream. You can also download the program directly here:
Also, if you want to see a great video about "Migration" you can find it right here.
And stay tuned, we've got more coverage of Nordic Cool next week.