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PMAC - Portsmouth Music and Arts Center

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Russ Grazier, co-founder of the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center, hosts visiting artists, musicians and mentors in casual conversations about finding their way into the arts, sharing their art with others, and their lives outside of performing and creating. PMAC faculty lead off each episode with a true story from their creative and colorful lives.

Latest Episodes

#7 DAVE DOUGLAS, Trumpeter; JIM DOZET, PMAC Music Faculty

In this, the final episode of our first season, Russ talks with Trumpeter Dave Douglas about finding inspiration at boarding school in New Hampshire, working around the country with different people and bands, and finding new ways to arrange traditional pieces. PMAC guitar instructor, Jim Dozet, leads off with a story about trying something new and discovering that it sometimes pays off.

31 MIN2017 MAY 9
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#7 DAVE DOUGLAS, Trumpeter; JIM DOZET, PMAC Music Faculty

#6 JAY SCHADLER, Photographer; JONNY PEIFFER, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with Portsmouth photographer and journalist Jay Schadler, PMAC's first lecturer in the West End Master Series which invites visual artists to present to the community in PMAC's Haas Family Gallery. They discuss his process, how his experiences as a journalist have shaped his perspective and his art, and his advice for young creatives. PMAC Music instructor Jonny Peiffer leads off the episode describing the inspiration behind his current multidisciplinary undertaking, The Adventures of Oliver Z. Wanderkook.

25 MIN2017 APR 14
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#6 JAY SCHADLER, Photographer; JONNY PEIFFER, PMAC Music Faculty

#5 BRAD TERRY, Clarinetist; MIKE WALSH, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with legendary clarinetist Brad Terry about his learning to play, struggling to read, and loving to listen. PMAC drum instructor Mike Walsh introduces the episode with a story about a surprise encounter with someone he had long admired.

29 MIN2017 APR 1
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#5 BRAD TERRY, Clarinetist; MIKE WALSH, PMAC Music Faculty

#4: ALEN ILIJIC, composer; NICK PHANEUF, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with visiting Serbian avant-garde composer and performance artist, Alen Ilijic about his first time in the United States and his work that pushes boundaries both visually and musically. PMAC instructor and Rock Program co-director, Nick Phaneuf, starts off the episode with an important message to students of all ages.

25 MIN2017 MAR 16
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#4: ALEN ILIJIC, composer; NICK PHANEUF, PMAC Music Faculty

#3: MICHAEL STASIUK, sculptor; STEVE ROY, PMAC Music Faculty

Russ talks with multimedia sculptor and one of PMAC's first West End Master Series guest artists about his artwork, his teaching philosophy, and his travels around the world with art and theatre students.

26 MIN2017 FEB 18
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#3: MICHAEL STASIUK, sculptor; STEVE ROY, PMAC Music Faculty

#2: KENNETH RADNOFSKY, Saxophonist; CHRIS KLAXTON, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with his longtime mentor, classical saxophonist and Professor of Saxophone, Kenneth Radnofsky, who also gave a recent concert at PMAC, which he describes along with his thoughts on teaching and being a determined student himself. The episode begins with a story from PMAC faculty member Chris Klaxton about his unique mentor relationship with jazz trumpeter Clark Terry.

18 MIN2017 FEB 4
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#2: KENNETH RADNOFSKY, Saxophonist; CHRIS KLAXTON, PMAC Music Faculty

#1: DAVID MURRAY, Photographer; ANNA NUTTALL, PMAC Art Faculty

Russ Grazier, co-founder of the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center, talks with Portsmouth-based live performance and drone photographer, David J. Murray about his 30-year tech career in Silicon Valley, his experiences as a musician and his work as house photographer at The Music Hall theater in Portsmouth. PLUS: Visual Arts Faculty member Anna Nuttall describes the originality and innovation that develops when students have time to get creative in Art Day Camps.

52 MIN2017 JAN 19
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#1: DAVID MURRAY, Photographer; ANNA NUTTALL, PMAC Art Faculty
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Latest Episodes

#7 DAVE DOUGLAS, Trumpeter; JIM DOZET, PMAC Music Faculty

In this, the final episode of our first season, Russ talks with Trumpeter Dave Douglas about finding inspiration at boarding school in New Hampshire, working around the country with different people and bands, and finding new ways to arrange traditional pieces. PMAC guitar instructor, Jim Dozet, leads off with a story about trying something new and discovering that it sometimes pays off.

31 MIN2017 MAY 9
Comments
#7 DAVE DOUGLAS, Trumpeter; JIM DOZET, PMAC Music Faculty

#6 JAY SCHADLER, Photographer; JONNY PEIFFER, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with Portsmouth photographer and journalist Jay Schadler, PMAC's first lecturer in the West End Master Series which invites visual artists to present to the community in PMAC's Haas Family Gallery. They discuss his process, how his experiences as a journalist have shaped his perspective and his art, and his advice for young creatives. PMAC Music instructor Jonny Peiffer leads off the episode describing the inspiration behind his current multidisciplinary undertaking, The Adventures of Oliver Z. Wanderkook.

25 MIN2017 APR 14
Comments
#6 JAY SCHADLER, Photographer; JONNY PEIFFER, PMAC Music Faculty

#5 BRAD TERRY, Clarinetist; MIKE WALSH, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with legendary clarinetist Brad Terry about his learning to play, struggling to read, and loving to listen. PMAC drum instructor Mike Walsh introduces the episode with a story about a surprise encounter with someone he had long admired.

29 MIN2017 APR 1
Comments
#5 BRAD TERRY, Clarinetist; MIKE WALSH, PMAC Music Faculty

#4: ALEN ILIJIC, composer; NICK PHANEUF, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with visiting Serbian avant-garde composer and performance artist, Alen Ilijic about his first time in the United States and his work that pushes boundaries both visually and musically. PMAC instructor and Rock Program co-director, Nick Phaneuf, starts off the episode with an important message to students of all ages.

25 MIN2017 MAR 16
Comments
#4: ALEN ILIJIC, composer; NICK PHANEUF, PMAC Music Faculty

#3: MICHAEL STASIUK, sculptor; STEVE ROY, PMAC Music Faculty

Russ talks with multimedia sculptor and one of PMAC's first West End Master Series guest artists about his artwork, his teaching philosophy, and his travels around the world with art and theatre students.

26 MIN2017 FEB 18
Comments
#3: MICHAEL STASIUK, sculptor; STEVE ROY, PMAC Music Faculty

#2: KENNETH RADNOFSKY, Saxophonist; CHRIS KLAXTON, PMAC Music Faculty

In this episode, Russ talks with his longtime mentor, classical saxophonist and Professor of Saxophone, Kenneth Radnofsky, who also gave a recent concert at PMAC, which he describes along with his thoughts on teaching and being a determined student himself. The episode begins with a story from PMAC faculty member Chris Klaxton about his unique mentor relationship with jazz trumpeter Clark Terry.

18 MIN2017 FEB 4
Comments
#2: KENNETH RADNOFSKY, Saxophonist; CHRIS KLAXTON, PMAC Music Faculty

#1: DAVID MURRAY, Photographer; ANNA NUTTALL, PMAC Art Faculty

Russ Grazier, co-founder of the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center, talks with Portsmouth-based live performance and drone photographer, David J. Murray about his 30-year tech career in Silicon Valley, his experiences as a musician and his work as house photographer at The Music Hall theater in Portsmouth. PLUS: Visual Arts Faculty member Anna Nuttall describes the originality and innovation that develops when students have time to get creative in Art Day Camps.

52 MIN2017 JAN 19
Comments
#1: DAVID MURRAY, Photographer; ANNA NUTTALL, PMAC Art Faculty
the END
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