Backstage: Episode #17 Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Yola Carter, Grant Gershon and Jonathan Mayer
Episode #17 Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Yola Carter, Grant Gershon and Jonathan Mayer
Having clear boundaries is important to all our relationships – personal and professional.
Yet boundaries can also be a hindrance. Sir Ranulph Fiennes explains how he pushes through physical and mental barriers to go where no man or woman has gone before; country-soul singer Yola Carter tells us how she’s learned the importance of setting boundaries; conductor Grant Gershon, ahead of the Los Angeles Master Chorale concert, describes how the use of dramatic performance can unlock our understanding of classical music; and sitar player and composer Jonathan Mayer explains his passion for crossing boundaries between Indian and Western styles of music ahead of his Riverside Ragas: Altered Boundaries concert.
Backstage is a regular podcast where we go behind the scenes for exclusive interviews and insights from leading and emerging artists who’ll be taking to the stage at Sage Gateshead, and discover some of the activities that take place, and the communities that meet there.