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  • SC Senate House Budget Conference Committee Meeting 06-17-21.jpg
    SCETV
    On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for June 19, 2021, we look at the finalized state budget SC lawmakers agreed to this week, take the pulse of the Palmetto State's economic recovery, hear the latest on the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19, and more.
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    A.T. Shire
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    SC Public Radio
    On this episode of Spoleto Backstage, we present a world premiere performance by oboist James Austin Smith. He joins us to share the backstory of the piece by composer Sigfried Thiele, discuss life as a musician during the pandemic, and celebrate his return to Spoleto Festival USA.
  • On this episode of Spoleto Backstage, we take another dive into the Romantic era with two richly expressive 20th century compositions for wind and string instruments. Clarinetist Todd Palmer joins us with background on these works and to discuss playing the parts of both soloist and arranger during this year's Spoleto Chamber Music Series.
  • On this episode of Spoleto Backstage, we highlight two passionate, exciting Romantic era sonatas for violin and piano, and hear some background about the pieces from the musicians who performed them at this year's Spoleto Chamber Music Series.First, we speak with Geoff Nuttall, violinist and the Charles E. and Andrea L. Volpe Director of Chamber Music for Spoleto Festival USA, about Robert Schumann's Violin Sonatas No. 1 in A minor, op. 105 1st Mvmt.Then, violinist Jennifer Frautschi joins us to discuss performing Camille Saint-Saëns' Violin Sonata No. 1 in D minor, op. 75.
  • On this edition of the South Carolina Lede for June 8, 2021: Gov. Henry McMaster does not renew the state's COVID-19 pandemic-related state of emergency; the latest on millions of dollars in broadband projects set to be awarded in South Carolina; Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) continues his calls for an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus in China; and more.
  • On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for June 5, 2021: a look at the latest COVID-19 data in the state; an update on the new state budget currently working its way through the SC House of Representatives; another Democratic candidate joins the 2022 gubernatorial race; and more.
  • On this episode of Spoleto Backstage, we speak with Jessica Meyer, violist and 2021 Spoleto Chamber Music Series composer in residence, and hear her compositions featured in this year's series. We're also joined by violinist Livia Sohn, for whom Meyer wrote the new composition "From Our Ashes," to chat about the piece and returning to public performance after personal setbacks.
  • On this first episode of Spoleto Backstage for 2021, host Bradley Fuller is joined by Geoff Nuttall, the Charles E. and Andrea L. Volpe Director of Chamber Music for Spoleto Festival USA, to discuss returning to the chamber music series after the cancellation of last year's festival. Then we hear the first concert from this year's series as the St. Lawrence String Quartet performs Franz Joseph Hayden's String Quartet, op. 76 no. 4 "Sunrise."
  • On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for May 29, 2021: emergency experts weigh in on the 2021 hurricane season, which starts next week; the controversial Heritage Act goes before the state Supreme Court; Charleston County settles with the family of Jamal Sutherland; and more.
  • On this edition of the South Carolina Lede for May 25, 2021, we discuss the slew of crime news in the state over the past week, including the capture of a wanted fugitive and a mass shooting in North Charleston. Also in this episode: a look at the status of police reform legislation a year after the death of George Floyd; Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) and USDA Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack share information about a new program to help minority farmers; and much more.
  • On this edition of the South Carolina Lede for May 18, 2021, we discuss the latest South Carolina political news, speak with a cybersecurity expert about the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, hear how parents feel now that adolescents as young as 12-years-old are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccines, and more.
  • The budget may not be finalized until June.