About: world of music


“I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones. ”

John Cage

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World of Music believes that all music is one music since it all comes from the same human sources. This is an interactive journal of creativity, life, and culture – in New England, and in the world.

[Cheryl is an award-winning visual artist in photography, watercolors and collage media. As a 25-year+ public radio professional she’s a freelance contractor specializing in music library databases, programming, guest hosting and project planning. When she’s not listening to music and playing her didgeridoo you can find her out and about taking in the world through the lenses of her vintage medium format Mamiya C330.]

4 Responses to “About: world of music”

  1. Anne Barbano Says:

    Cheryl, thanks for sending me here. I took a look around and found myself here. Being at a non-profit radio station I find it particuarly interesting you took the time to do your own show on community radio. Says a lot. Personal freedom is everything isn’t it? Hope we meet soon (we did, didn’t we?) Take care, ANNE (fellow radiator host , The Next Frontier Wednesdays at 10:00am)

  2. Cheryl Says:

    Hi Anne! Just getting the blog started (it’s new as of about 2 weeks ago), I hope you’ll come back, share the site with others, and by all means give me some feedback from time to time to let me know how things are shaping up here. Best wishes in your continued great work. – Cheryl

  3. Edward Says:

    Hi Cheryl – saw your pics with Pitz Quattrone for your “National Didgeridoo Day Show”. I did a similar show a few weeks ago on “Shillelagh Safari”, Saturdays 8-10pm. Sadly, I did not interview Pitz, nor did I know of his album with the Earthman Band, but I have contacted him since then and I now have a copy of his album. I noticed you played Richard Walley on your didgeridoo show as well. I also played a track from Walley that I found from You Tube.com. It’s great that our shows have such similar formats; coming from 7 years broadcasting on WWPV 88.7-FM I’ve been broadcasting for a long time as the ONLY world music DJ on the schedule, so I wanted to thank you for the work you do to keep the music on “The Radiator” diversified.

    I hope you had a good thanksgiving, and perhaps we can collaborate in someway in the future.

    All the Best,

  4. Cheryl Says:

    Hey Edward, thanks for stopping by! Always great to meet a kindred spirit in a love of our world’s music. I’ll check out your show. Keep in touch, it would be fun to work together on something. – C.

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