'Be a Good Little Girl' is about doing exactly the opposite. Hosts Leslie Gauthier & Liba Vaynberg interview & celebrate artists who are anything but permission-seeking, finding rebellious inspiration with humor and heart.
Episode 5: Opera, intimacy and HRC with Cori Ellison.08/01/2017 Duração: 59min
BAGLG is back with the illustrious and lovely Cori Ellison, opera dramaturg from Glyndebourne to NYCO, translator and sub-titler of basically all things musical, and curator-encourager of new operas by everyone from Rufus Wainwright to Kaija Saariaho. Oh, and also accessibility of classical music and women in the workplace and Italian tenors. Rated PG-13 honesty and language.
Episode 4: Laura Hankin, Renaissance Paper Bag Princess04/04/2016 Duração: 32min
Laura Hankin is a writer, actress, singer, improviser, producer and all around lovely human. Inspired by the newness of spring and how far we've come since our days in Karen O's chorus, we discuss Laura's upcoming webseries, past publications, improv and the origins of some of the stories in her novel, The Summertime Girls. www.laurahankin.com/ http://www.ecwebseries.com/
Episode 3: Lost & Found with Allegra Levy08/02/2016 Duração: 38min
Allegra Levy is kind of a superwoman. She's a jazz vocalist, composer, performer, activist and (bonus!) childhood friend. In this episode, Allegra teaches Leslie one her new songs from her upcoming album while discussing what it was like to live in Hong Kong for the past year, get back to NYC, start a job at the UN International School and both the pleasures and pain of happiness. Allegra's music is heavily featured, both live and recorded. Songs include "Lonely City" and "Anxiety" off her first album, titled Lonely City-and "Lost and Found" and "Cities Between Us" from her second album, which she'll be recording this month. You can find her on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and her website: www.allegralevy.com
Episode 2: Step Ups and Keeping Jealousy at Home with David Fierro29/12/2015 Duração: 37min
Welcome to "Be a Good Little Girl" Episode 2, in which Liba & Leslie interview David Fierro ("The Knick", "Birdman") about past dark hours, bright presents & futures and keeping jealousy at home. David was a great first guest with a lot of life experience, reminding us that art that is truthful is always redeeming and that there is always a path back to it, even if life leads you elsewhere for awhile. PS- you're welcome for the homemade christmas carols. Special thanks: Liba's living room & Leslie trust ukulele.