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Sound Perimeter

Sound Perimeter airs weekly on Ozarks at Large and is hosted by University of Arkansas bassoon professor Lia Uribe, who stretches our musical boundaries with new interpretations of classical pieces and themes.

  • This week, Lia Uribe, University of Arkansas Music Department professor and chair, explores colors, light and beauty, as portrayed in pieces by composers Julie Cooper and Adriana Verdie performed by Ensemble Oculus and the Lyrique Quintette.
  • The concept of living between two worlds is a familiar one for University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe. This week, she explores that idea with music and performances by Reena Esmail and Zakir Hussain.
  • The latest "Sound Perimeter" highlights music of optimism while featuring composers whose works can be heard here soon.
  • This week, Lia Uribe, associate professor and chair of the University of Arkansas Music Department, helps us kick off Women's History Month with an intentional reflection on women in music. Featuring music and performances by composers Celka Ojakangas and Anna Clyne, performed by Bantam Winds and Inbal Segev.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe explores the work and performances of jazz singer and trombone soloist Aubrey Logan.
  • University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe this week expands our musical boundaries and joins in celebration of Black History Month with music and performances by Carlos Simon, Brice Smith, Valerie Coleman and the Imani Winds.
  • For our first new Sound Perimeter of 2023, U of A music professor Lia Uribe explores the motifs of absence and stereotypes, featuring music from Black Violin and Carolina Heredia.If you are having suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988, or seek support and assistance from a trained counselor. Their website is https://www.sprc.org/ for more resources
  • Today's temperature dropped and Lia Uribe, bassoon professor at the University of Arkansas, brings a collection of music to match the winter weather. Excerpts of Einojuhani Rautavaara's "Melancholy," Astor Piazzolla's "Winter in Buenos Aires" and Billie Holiday performing Irving Berlin's "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm."
  • University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe gets us into the holiday spirit with selections to help guide us through the end of a complicated, yet inspiring year. With music and performances by Cullen Jack and Poncho Sanchez.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe explores the tabla, the main percussive instrument used in Northern Indian classical music.…