Music Gone Public
CURATED CONCERTS for PUBLIC TELEVISION
Journey through a lens and a sound that is familiar and brand new all over again with Music Gone Public; Curated Concerts for Public Television.
Real artists, real songwriters, real musicians…
An alternative to the assembly line music machine
Curated by producer Peter Berkow
It’s Music Gone Public – the mission of public television
Peter Berkow has curated dozens of concerts for PBS affiliate stations – legendary artists who you won’t see or hear on other television networks: Top of the genre performers in Blues, Jazz, Americana, Rockabilly, Worldbeat, Alternative Rock, and other styles that public television viewers craze. Berkow has presented PBS affiliate viewers with performances by musicians who have won a total of more than 15 Grammy awards as well as performances by two National Medal of Arts winners, among them: Bela Fleck. Dave Brubeck, Rodney Crowell, Sam Bush, Roy Rogers, Richard Thompson, Tommy Emmanuel, and many others.
Michael Hoopingarner has studied with, worked for and now co-produces with, Peter Berkow on many projects, including the current Music Gone Public Series. “Hoop” has a wonderfully intuitive sense with film projects, excelling in both the technical arena and the conceptual and creative arena.
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