15Feb
The Orchestra Goes Digital

The Orchestra Goes Digital

While many music lovers associate orchestral arrangements with formal concert performance, or, in more recent times, evocative soundtracks for cinema, the orchestra has found a new home. However unlikely it might have appeared at first, the medium...Read More

15Jan
Five Russian Jewish Composers To Add To Your Classical Playlist

Five Russian Jewish Composers To Add To Your Classical Playlist

When we think of the innovators of classical music, continental European composers like Bach, Chopin, and Mahler come first to mind. Though their contributions were genre-defining, there was an entire movement of Jewish classical composers in Russia...Read More

15Dec
Profile: Kaptain Ataman

Profile: Kaptain Ataman

Kaptain Ataman is a 74-year-old youtube creator who showcases his self-written, produced and performed compositions. When I was first asked to review his music, I wasn’t really sure what to expect,but let me tell you, it was quite an...Read More

30Nov
Interview with Asiya Korepanova

Interview with Asiya Korepanova

I’m Gina with the Multicultural Arts Exchange in Philadelphia. I was able to interview a very special performer, musician, poet, and artist Asiya Korepanova, who just finished her event with us, dedicated to the legendary Tchaikovsky. MAE...Read More

16Nov
Rhapsody In Blue Is Both Historic & Iconic

Rhapsody In Blue Is Both Historic & Iconic

For many people the words "American music" usually conjure up images of rock or pop, with names like Elvis Pressley, Madonna, or Lady Gaga coming to mind. However, popular American music is about more than just hits on the radio. America has had a...Read More

16Oct
3 Popular Latin Dancing Styles

3 Popular Latin Dancing Styles

There is no better way to take in an art performance than through the Multicultural Arts Exchange. Citizens can enjoy music, singing, theater, and dancing shows at various venues in the area. The productions teach guests about different cultures,...Read More

14Sep
Launch of Inter-Artists Exchange!

Launch of Inter-Artists Exchange!

Welcome to the Inter-Artists Exchange, an arts & culture publication from the Multicultural Arts Exchange.  Artists, and all people, grow through sharing. At the Multicultural Arts Exchange we present, promote, and produce cultural...Read More

11Sep
Jewish Art Musical Movement

Jewish Art Musical Movement

Like any other culture, the Jewish people have both traditional and art music. Traditional music is well known and for over two and a half thousand years the music of the synagogue has been played. Yiddish and Sephardic songs such as the Klezmer,...Read More

14Aug
Experience Global Culture Without Getting On A Flight

Experience Global Culture Without Getting On A Flight

With global travel from the United States at something of a standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic, experiencing global culture looks a little different these days to the people of Philadelphia, PA. Instead of getting those twinges of wanderlust...Read More

1Aug
Interview with Jazz Singer Maci Miller

Interview with Jazz Singer Maci Miller

I got the chance to sit down and talk with Maci Miller, an accomplished jazz singer who has performed around the world, before her live-streamed concert “Jazz at Sunset” with Multicultural Arts Exchange on August 7th. Check out our...Read More

22Jul
Vikings Rhapsody Continued: Three Music Inspired Poems

Vikings Rhapsody Continued: Three Music Inspired Poems

Vikings Rhapsody Continued: Three Music Inspired PoemsBy Laura Kincaid As any artist will tell you, sharing work is often the most rewarding but terrifying part of being a creator. Kaptain AtAmAn and Ray Mann X, founders of the collaborative music...Read More

17Jul
Jazz As A Form Of Art And Performance

Jazz As A Form Of Art And Performance

The performing arts in Philadelphia encompass people using different art forms to express themselves, whether it is through their voices, bodies, or inanimate objects. If you are someone who excels in singing, dancing, and acting, then you are...Read More

28Jun
When Muses are Talking The World is Quiet Part 3

When Muses are Talking The World is Quiet Part 3

When Muses Speak Part 3: Now is the Time to Support the Arts By Laura Kincaid   Everyone has a Muse—the unseen ripples of our words, movement, and Art that drift into the world and grow into waves. When asked, the artists of the...Read More

27Jun
When Muses are Talking the World is Quiet Part 2

When Muses are Talking the World is Quiet Part 2

When Muses Speak Part 2: Art for Survival’s Sake By Laura Kincaid  It is hard to believe the world can ever be quiet again. Yet this past Father’s Day I sat at my desk—TV off, phone silenced—and listened to violinist...Read More

26Jun
When Muses are Talking The World is Quiet Part 1

When Muses are Talking The World is Quiet Part 1

When Muses Speak Part 1: Being an Artist in 2020 By Laura Kincaid  “There is an old Russian phrase,” Mikhail Zorich, director of the Multicultural Arts Exchange (MAE) tells me over the phone. Like all performing arts organizations,...Read More