Full episode - July 18, 2019
Billie Holiday
The mystery and mastery of singing, with Billie Holiday’s “Lady Sings the Blues,” Eric Whitacre and the Silver Lake Chorus.
Full story - July 18, 2019
Eric Whitacre
The most popular living composer of choral music doesn’t need the world’s best singers in his choir — he just wants thousands of amateurs from all over the world.
Full story - July 18, 2019
Billie Holiday’s 1956 album “Lady Sings the Blues.”
How the legendary jazz singer transformed pain into art on her 1956 album.
Full story - July 18, 2019
Detail of The Silver Lake Chorus' self-titled debut album.
The Silver Lake Chorus commissioned indie rockers to write songs for them. Aimee Mann explains how she wrote “Easy to Die,” about a friend’s overdose.
Full episode - July 11, 2019
Director Lynn Shelton, artist Ursula von Rydingsvard and one of her sculptures, and the consummate villain Cruella de Vil.
Lynn Shelton on her new movie, “Sword of Trust,” a studio visit to see how Ursula von Rydingsvard make her enigmatic sculptures, and how the villain from “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” changed everything for a fourth grade boy.
Full story - July 11, 2019
Director Lynn Shelton also plays a small part, Deirdre, in her film “Sword of Trust.”
How the director turns depressing reality into relevant comedy.
Full story - July 11, 2019
Cruella de Vil in the original Disney film “One Hundred and One Dalmatians."
How a fourth grader fell for a notorious Disney villain.
Full story - July 11, 2019
Ursula von Rydingsvard climbs a ladder to work on her sculpture “Bronze Bowl with Lace,” 2013.
A sculpture grows in Brooklyn.
Full episode - July 09, 2019
John Leguizamo performs his one-man play "Latin History for Morons."
How the comedian dissolves into multitudes of characters, from his mother to Andrew Jackson, in his one-man plays.
Full episode - July 04, 2019
Aasif Mandvi performs stand-up during the Studio 360 live show on June 8.
Live on stage with Yo La Tengo, Aasif Mandvi and Friends Who Folk.

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