Revolution of Tenderness Podcast
O Antiphons: Emmanuel

O Antiphons: Emmanuel

December 24, 2021
A special week-long series of programs on RevTen Radio: The O Antiphons.
 
In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. Jehnean Washington will read her poem “Living History." The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic will perform Homeward, an original work by the Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who composed this piece specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit that sponsors RevTen Radio. The program will then conclude with “Me and Edna St. Vincent Millay,” a song written and performed by Will Stenberg.
 
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The O Antiphons: King

The O Antiphons: King

December 22, 2021

A special week-long series of programs on RevTen Radio: The O Antiphons.

In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. Shilpa Thapliyal will read her poem, “A Hymn of Hope," and then the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic will close the program with a performance of Homeward, an original work by the Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who composed this piece specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit that sponsors RevTen Radio.

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Ra...

If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

The O Antiphons: Dayspring

The O Antiphons: Dayspring

December 21, 2021

Welcome to RevTen Radio’s special week-long presentation of the O Antiphons.

You’ll hear the antiphon of the day spoken and sung by the great Lucy Yates and Mattia Venni. Next, Liz and Steve Kramp will read selections from their poetry. You’ll hear Liz first, with “Heal, Most Basic Wound,” then Steve will read “Caput Mortuum.” The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic will perform Homeward, an original work by the Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who composed this piece specifically for Revolution of Tenderness. The program will conclude with Love in My Heart, a song written and performed by Will Stenberg.

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Radio-a24074
 
If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/
The O Antiphons: Key of David

The O Antiphons: Key of David

December 20, 2021

A special week-long series of programs on RevTen Radio: The O Antiphons.

In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. From Italy, Mariadonata Villa, author of Verso Fogland, will read “Flight and Returns.” The program will conclude with a performance of Homeward, an original work by the Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who composed this piece specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit that sponsors RevTen Radio. Homeward is performed by the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic.

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Radio-a24074

If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

The O Antiphons: Root of Jesse

The O Antiphons: Root of Jesse

December 19, 2021

A special week-long series of programs on RevTen Radio: The O Antiphons.

In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. Anne Lee Tzu Pheng will read an original poem, "The Home of My Childhood," and then the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic will perform "Homeward" by Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who created this work specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit behind RevTen Radio and the annual Festival of Friendship. The program will conclude with "I Seek Your Approval," written and performed by Will Stenberg.

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Radio-a24074

If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit: https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

 

The O Antiphons: Lord

The O Antiphons: Lord

December 18, 2021

In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. Andrew Calis will read an original poem, "Can You Hear Him at the Start?" followed by the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic performing "Homeward" by Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who created this work specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit behind RevTen Radio and the annual Festival of Friendship.

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Radio-a24074

If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

The O Antiphons: Wisdom

The O Antiphons: Wisdom

December 18, 2021

The first of a special week-long series of programs on RevTen Radio: The O Antiphons. In this program, you'll hear the day's antiphon spoken in English by Lucy Yates and in Italian by Mattia Venni. Then Mattia will sing the antiphon in Latin, accompanied by Lucy Yates singing the Magnificat, also in Latin. Lucy will read an original poem, "Points of Entry," followed by the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic performing "Homeward" by Grammy-nominated American composer Richard Danielpour, who created this work specifically for Revolution of Tenderness, the nonprofit behind RevTen Radio and the annual Festival of Friendship. The program will conclude with a song written and performed by Will Stenberg.

 

RevTen Radio streams 24 hours a day: https://live365.com/station/RevTen-Radio-a24074

 

If you would like to support the work of Revolution of Tenderness, please visit https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

Deanna Witkowski: Jazz, Mary Lou Williams, and St Martin de Porres

Deanna Witkowski: Jazz, Mary Lou Williams, and St Martin de Porres

November 23, 2020

Today we sit down with jazz pianist and composer Deanna Witkowski, who talks about her own background in jazz, her love of jazz great Mary Lou Williams, and the unexpected influence of a Peruvian saint, Martin de Porres.

Deanna Witkowski
https://deannawitkowski.com/

Revolution of Tenderness Website
https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/

 

An Interview With Award-Winning Novelist Suzanne M. Wolfe

An Interview With Award-Winning Novelist Suzanne M. Wolfe

July 3, 2020

This week, Joshua and Simone sit down with award-winning writer Suzanne M. Wolfe, author of four acclaimed novels: Unveiling; The Confessions of X (which Christianity Today named its 2017 Book of the Year); and A Murder By Any Name and The Course of All Treasons, the first two in a series of Elizabethan-era mysteries centered around aristocratic spy Nicholas Holt. The New York Public Library just named these two most recent novels to its list of “30 Historical Mystery Series to Get You Through Any Crisis.” You can follow Suzanne on Twitter and keep up to date on her writings, interviews, and public appearances by visiting suzannemwolfe.com.

Simone Rizkallah the Director of Program Growth for Endow Groups, and blogs at Cultural Gypsy.

Joshua Stancil is the Assistant Coordinator for Revolution of Tenderness and is a Dismas Ministry board member. You can follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Simone Rizkallah

Simone Rizkallah

May 19, 2020

This week we're joined by Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth for Endow Groups. We discuss faith, friendship, and Armenian mothers.

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