Earlham music instructor featured on WFYI’s Small Studio Sessions
November 11, 2019
Pavel Polanco-Safadit, an Earlham College faculty member and Jazz Ensemble Director, is this month’s featured artist on WFYI's Small Studio Sessions. The program is produced by WFYI, the NPR affiliate in Indianapolis.
He appears with his band Direct Contact, a Latin jazz and salsa ensemble.
Polanco-Safadit details his passion for music during the program. “I think that’s one of the reasons I’m on this earth,” he says. “I want to make people feel happy through whatever we do.”
The sessions are modeled after NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series. To see Polanco-Safadit’s performance, visit wfyi.org/smallstudio.
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