Keep Austin Weird Podcast: Revel

Revel: Three of Six

Keep Austin Weird Podcast was produced by Beth Cortez-Neavel, with assistance by Ross Scarano and Susie Gidseg. Keep Austin Weird Podcast is a project of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance and NowPlayingAustin.com.

The perceived austerity of classical music doesn’t mean much to Carla McElhaney and Joel Becktell of Revel. They acknowledge it exists but chose to focus their energy on replacing that soberness with an unadulterated sense of celebration, taking classical music out of the museum and placing it in a fun, pretension-free environment where all can enjoy it.

In preparation for the their show December 12, Joel and Carla spoke with the Greater Austin Creative Alliance about how Revel came to be and what audiences members can expect.

When: December 12, 6pm.

What: Beethoven A Major Sonata, Brahms E Minor Sonata, Christmas favorites from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and more!

Where: Northwest Hills United Methodist Church at 6:00pm • $15 general admission/$5 students

For more details, visit their website.

Check the podcast out here!

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The Austin Creative Alliance is a nonprofit performing arts service organization working to cultivate an environment where the performing arts can grow and flourish. We serve over 130 arts organizations with marketing, ticketing, audience development services; AEA paymaster, information & referral services — plus access to affordable health, liability, and event insurance. We also provide online professional development seminars, fiscal sponsorship services for emerging arts groups, host annual unified general auditions, annual theatre industry awards, and consistently advocate for the many benefits the arts bring to our quality of life.

One thought on “Keep Austin Weird Podcast: Revel

  1. Awesome! This is great for our first step into pod-casting. Don’t worry folks, the sound quality will get better as we learn.

    Thanks for listening, Beth

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