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World Premieres

Spark visits with some of the Bay Area's most accomplished and daring performers.

First, skate along the cutting edge with Berkeley Symphony Orchestra's conductor Kent Nagano, who works with young composer Naomi Sekiya on her concerto for two guitars.

Then, travel from first draft to finished production with veteran playwright John O'Keefe as he mines the politics of the personal.

And finally, choreographer Robert Moses (at robertmoseskin.org)and the young poets of Youth Speaks debut a collaboration using words, music, and movement.

[Original air date: Wed, Jun 02, 2004]

This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.



Featured Profiles:

Kent Nagano

Visit with Berkeley Symphony Orchestra conductor Kent Nagano and rising young star Naomi Sekiya.

John O'Keefe

Go from first draft to final rehearsals with veteran playwright John O'Keefe for the world premiere his "Queer Theory" at Cinnabar Theater.

Robert Moses' Kin

Catch up with choreographer Robert Moses and the young poets of Youth Speaks.

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