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Notes From Musicians’s Kitchens is a cookbook and mixology resource written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians U.K. Join me, Jennifer Johnston, as each week I talk to a music professional about how they’re coping during the pandemic, what they’re cooking, and what food means to them.

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Notes From Musicians’s Kitchens is a cookbook and mixology resource written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians U.K. Join me, Jennifer Johnston, as each week I talk to a music professional about how they’re coping during the pandemic, what they’re cooking, and what food means to them.

    Golda Schultz

    Golda Schultz

    Jennifer Johnston’s guest this week is the incredible South African soprano Golda Schultz, soon to grace our screens as the star of the Last Night of the Proms. She talks about classical music inspiring a little girl from the Southernmost tip of the African continent, how small dreams have turned into pinch-me moments, about how classical music has a responsibility to be a mirror on the society it serves, about the extraordinary community she grew up in in South Africa, where food means family, and, moving forwards, about fostering a culture of hope. 
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a cookbook written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians UK. 
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 1 hr
    Helena Dix

    Helena Dix

    Join Jennifer Johnston as she talks to the wonderful Australian soprano Helena Dix, who gives a searing account of almost losing her life to Covid-19, the road to recovery, growing up as the child of a chef, and getting back onstage where she belongs. 
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a cookbook written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians UK. 
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 57 min
    Tara Erraught & Angela Brower

    Tara Erraught & Angela Brower

    Jennifer Johnston’s guests this week are the internationally renowned mezzo sopranos Tara Erraught and Angela Brower, who talk to her about lockdown, rediscovering a sense of community, life on the road, coping when things go wrong on stage in live performance, and getting back to what they do best: singing. 
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a subscription-only online cookbook and mixology resource written by musicians from all over the world, sharing their food traditions and tastes, to raise money for Help Musicians UK.
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 58 min
    Nimrod Borenstein

    Nimrod Borenstein

    Join Jennifer Johnston as she talks to the distinguished British-Israeli-French composer Nimrod Borenstein, about cooking, strawberry risotto, the processes behind composing, staying true to yourself, remaining resolutely non-conformist and finding the magic in all that you do. 
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a cookbook written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians UK. 
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 49 min
    Tasmin Little

    Tasmin Little

    Jennifer Johnston’s guest this week is the British superstar violinist Tasmin Little, who talks about making the difficult decision to retire and how she has coped with having her final concert plans disrupted by lockdown, practising with intention, ditching carbs and eating for health, the scandal of royalties for artists from streaming, the predicament that the music industry is in, the critical importance of music education, making musical postcards to raise money for Help Musicians UK, and what life will look like once she puts her violin away for good.
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a subscription-only online cookbook and mixology resource written by musicians from all over the world, sharing their food traditions and tastes, to raise money for Help Musicians UK.
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 56 min
    Nathalie Stutzmann

    Nathalie Stutzmann

    Join Jennifer Johnston as she talks to the superstar French contralto and conductor Nathalie Stutzmann, one of the most outstanding musical personalities of our time. Nathalie grew up living above her grandparents’ bakery, and has a love of cooking healthily with high quality ingredients. You’ll also hear her talk about how cooking is a tribute to her grandmother, about the relationship between food and music and about the magic properties of Bach, plus how she has coped during the current crisis, and about rejecting fear and retaining hope when everything looks bleak. 
    Notes From Musicians’ Kitchens is a cookbook written by musicians as a means of digitally breaking bread with each other, of sharing and appreciating our diverse food cultures, and of creating new memories, all of which will raise money for Help Musicians UK.
    www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com

    • 45 min

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