Thursdays, 1 PM CT
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Allaudin Mathieu is a brilliant composer, arranger, pianist, choir director, music teacher, and author. He joins us live from his studio in San Francisco, seated at his Steinway piano. At just 22, Allaudin wrote all the music in a famous Stan Kenton album. He went on to become a founder and musical director for Second City in Chicago, and the music director for The Committee, an improv theater is San Francisco. He’s been on the faculty of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and was the original director of the world-famous Sufi Choir. But of greater importance than all his accolades and accomplishments is his deep, abiding love for the gift of music, the joy of song. Join us for a sparkling conversation on Bridge of Waves, his book on how listening to music changes the world.