Voicebox

Fridays at 8pm
hosted by Chloe Veltman
Chloe Veltman

The best of the vocal music scene from the Bay Area and beyond, hosted by Chloe Veltman.  The art of singing is explored with musicians who love vocal music and provide focused, contextual reflection about their passion.

Hear the latest show via KALW's Local Music Player.

Visit the Voicebox website.

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6:43am

Thu March 27, 2014
Arts & Culture

The Spot 3.27.14 Pitchmen

99% Invisible: “Call Now” The subtle, possibly endless civil war over how attorneys should advertise their services (and whether they should advertise at all).

VoiceBox: "Auctioneering"  Inside the rhythm, art and sport of the live auction, with Colorado Auctioneers Hall of Famer Steve Linnebur and Tennessee auctioneer Justin Ochs.

2:12pm

Fri September 6, 2013
Voicebox ~ 9/6 at 10pm

Charlotte Church on Voicebox

Join host Chloe Veltman for the best of the vocal music scene from the Bay Area and beyond.  This week: The versatile Welsh vocalist Charlotte Church chats about how she morphed from being one of the world’s most successful child sopranos to finding her voice in the indie rock space.  Voicebox: Friday 9/6 at 10pm.

12:24pm

Wed March 7, 2012
Voicebox 3/9

Viva Flamenco!

On Voicebox this week, Chloe talks with Carola Zertuche, artistic director of San Francisco’s Theatre Flamenco, who examines the impact of vocal music on Spain’s flamenco tradition.  Friday at 10pm.

1:41pm

Wed February 22, 2012
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Weill's Voices . . . on Voicebox

On the next Voicebox, hear Stanford Music Professor Stephen Hinton discuss the vocal music of Kurt Weill and the singers who have helped to seal the German composer’s reputation over decades. 

Weill's Voices on Voicebox, Friday, February 24, from 10-11pm at 91.7FM or www.kalw.org.

 

2:32pm

Thu February 2, 2012
Voicebox 2/3

T Sisters on Voicebox

Listen anytime this week via KALW's Local Music Player.  Host Chloe Veltman is joined by Chloe and Rachel Tietjen of the T Sisters, an Oakland-based singing group, for a talk about how voices can create lush harmonic vistas.