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Stories of art, culture, music and media as told by WNYCs residentcultural observer, Sara Fishko.
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Angela Hewitt

03/06/14
Angela Hewitt will be in New York next week to give a master class in the performance of music by Bach. As WNYCs Sara Fishko tells us, ...

Wyler's Dodsworth

02/27/14
Film director William Wyler had a soft spot for a good story. The result, says WNYCs Sara Fishko in this edition of Fishko Files, was a ...

Cinerama

02/20/14
Fishko Files on the rise and fall of the innovative wide-screen film format Cinerama, which, as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, delighted ...

Sid Caesar

02/13/14
Sid Caesar, the comic genius behind some of the most memorable sketches ever created for TV, died Wednesday in Beverly Hills at age 91. ...

Chaplin's The Tramp

02/06/14
Its just a hundred years since Charlie Chaplins The Tramp first appeared on the silver screen and created a sensation. As WNYC's Sara ...

Larry Adler

01/30/14
The musician Larry Adler, born in February 1914, rose to considerable twentieth century stature playing and composing for the mouth organ ...

Revueltas

01/23/14
One of Mexico's esteemed composers has never lost favor in his own country, but for generations he was unknown everywhere else. Even now, ...

William Bolcom

01/16/14
For this Fishko Files episode, WNYCs Sara Fishko interviewed William Bolcom, the genre-mixing, music-loving, composer-quoting writer of all ...

Whistling

01/09/14
This month, Ennio Morricone will receive The Recording Academy's Trustees Award. In his honor, this Fishko Files episode inspired by his ...

Henry Butler

01/02/14
WNYC's Sara Fishko traveled to New Orleans to interview pianist Henry Butler in 2005. Since then Butler has moved to Brooklyn, and his ...

Toscanini

12/19/13
WNYC's Sara Fishko considers the long career of iconic conductor Arturo Toscanini in this Fishko Files from 2007.

The Critic

12/12/13
Critic Harris Goldsmith has known classical music from both sides as gifted performer and insightful listener. His unusual musical life is ...