Obama on Pope's Role in Easing of US-Cuba Relations; Ray McDonald Cut From NFL Team After Sexual Assault Allegations
From PBS: Host Lidia Bastianich celebrates important milestones with a diverse group of Americans: a baptism with a Greek Orthodox family; a Navajo house blessing in Utah; college graduation seen through the eyes of a Brazilian-American Boston University student; and a sweet 16 birthday party for a young French-Cajun woman ready to make her debut as a Nashville country music star. Soprano Renee Fleming sings “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
Ends 01/20/15. Four young singers are selected to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime workshop with celebrated opera singer Renee Fleming in this HBO Family special. Selected by YoungArts, the national program that recognizes young aspiring artists, the four young singers receive individual instruction from Fleming, attend an orchestra rehearsal, join her in her home to get advice, and more.
Renowned internationally for her dynamic operatic and recital performances and recordings, the revered American soprano proves to be disarmingly funny and candid about life as a diva, telling hilarious inside-opera stories and providing insight into opera
One of the truly exceptional voices in the world is front and centre when Elvis welcomes Renée Fleming to Spectacle for a compelling and eclectic program of conversation and music. Renowned internationally for her dynamic operatic and recital performances and recordings, the revered American soprano proves to be disarmingly funny and candid about life as a diva, telling hilarious inside-opera stories and providing detailed insight into the rigors, demands and sacrifices involved in taking the human voice to the unnatural (but exhilarating) levels required in opera. Ms. Fleming also generously demonstrates her range and versatility as a performer, singing one of Puccini's most gorgeous arias, a jazz piece with guitarist Bill Frisell and even an old Appalachian folk standard. And on top of all that, opera fan Rufus Wainwright turns up to pay his respects and sing something special for Renée!
Charlie Rose With Ralph Reed; Ariel Dorfman; Renee Fleming.
A rebroadcast of a conversation with Simon Rattle; A rebroadcast of a conversation with Renee Fleming; A rebroadcast of a conversation with Luciano Pavarotti
Charlie Rose with Bernard-Henri Levy; Hugh Jackman & Renee Fleming
It's been 10 years since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and still the questions linger -- including perhaps the ultimate question: Where was God on September 11th? In "Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero," FRONTLINE explores how the spiritual lives of both believers have been challenged since September 11 by difficult questions of good and evil, God's culpability, and the potential for darkness within religion itself. Through interviews with a cross section of Americans impacted by the attacks, FRONTLINE explores and illuminates the many spiritual questions that have come out of the terror, pain and destruction at Ground Zero.
A Conversation About The 2000 Presidential Elections; An Interview With Renee Fleming
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