Program 686: New Orleans by Foot; The Orchestra Conductor
Release Date: 08-20-2022
Tour guides from New Orleans examine the historical, musical, and culinary elements that make their city one of the most exceptional places anywhere in North America. They also share their top recommendations for exploring the city and discuss the merits of a pay-what-you-like model for city walking tours. And an associate conductor with the Seattle Symphony gives us a view from the conductor's podium while describing some of his favorite US venues for reveling in live classical-music performances.
- Andrew Farrier and Sandy Hester, guides with Free Tours by Foot New Orleans
- Associate Seattle Symphony Orchestra conductor Lee Mills
- Andrew Farrier and Sandy Hester guide with Free Tours By Foot New Orleans.
- Andrew hosts many of the company's YouTube walking tour videos of New Orleans and nearby.
- Conductor Lee Mills includes his conducting schedule of upcoming concerts with the Seattle Symphony, the Elgin Symphony, and the Spartanburg Philharmonic on his website.
- Rick provides a clip from his "A Symphonic Journey" presentation with the Boston Pops in 2019.
Program 335 Road Trip Haiku Awards
Load up the car with children.
Fill tank, keep driving.
— Starla Little, Beaufort, South Carolina.
Antsy three year old daughter
Honeymoon on hold.
— Priscilla Morin, San Diego, California
Three syllables from
Just four letters, it's more than
You think, Ohio.
— Rick Hyde, Hiram, Ohio
Best people watching
in Austin: Broken Spoke on
a Saturday night
Singing Cream at free
High Ball karaoke, sounds
like tired starlings
Austin never met
geezer singers, tattoos or
dogs it didn't like."
— Neil Ruddy, Carlisle, Iowa