It’s sometimes said that music is a universal language, but Kara-Lis Coverdale—who will be performing at Estonian Music Week in May—disagrees. A composer’s musical choices mean different things depending on the listener.
This sensitivity to sound and its effects has played a part in Coverdale making a major impact on the music world.
Tune into the latest episode of EstoCast to ponder her perspectives on:
🎹 subversion in music creation
🎹 what it’s like to play a pipe organ
🎹 sending listeners on a treasure hunt, as Coverdale did with her album A 480
🎹 and much more!
(Hosted by Vincent Teetsov)
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EstoCast is a podcast presented by Estonian Museum Canada/VEMU, Estonian Music Week and Eesti Elu/Estonian Life newspaper. In each episode of EstoCast, join us as we delve into another dimension of Estonian culture in Canada, Estonia, and elsewhere. Through discussions of books, music, art, history, science, and more, we discover what it is to be Estonian and what Estonian people have to offer the broader world.