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Will Huntsberry is an assistant producer in NPR's elections unit, where he produced a piece about Don Gonyea's favorite campaign trail playlists, reported on the one place in Washington where former House Speaker John Boehner could feel like "a regular guy," and other stories that get beneath the surface of American politics.

He came to NPR in 2014 as Kroc Fellow, after graduating from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Since joining NPR, he has worked on the education desk, reported at KQED in San Francisco, and was part of the team that covered the 2015 church massacre in Charleston, S.C.

Previously, he worked for the Wall Street Journal and covered Raleigh, N.C. for a variety of news outlets.

This week we look at music of two composers -- Handel and Mozart -- and some of the differences in the way they sound depending on the viewpoints and ideas of the performers, as well as the various musical forces available then and today.

When Mozart's music is played on a modern grand piano accompanied by an orchestra of likewise modern instruments, the balances shift and there is a subtle, but quite noticeable change in the character of the music.

Sam covers education for KCUR. Before joining the station in August 2014 he covered health and education for KCPT.

Sam began his career at KANU in Lawrence. He hosted Morning Edition at WHYY in Philadelphia where he also covered organized crime, politics and government corruption.

The Overland Park, Kansas native has won a National News and Documentary Emmy for investigative reporting, four Edward R. Murrow awards and four National Headliner Awards.  Sam was assistant news director at the ABC station in the Twin Cities, executive producer at the NBC station in St. Louis and executive producer of special projects at the CBS stations in Minneapolis and Kansas City.

Sam was educated at the University of Kansas.

Reggae on the Block 3 featuring some of the reggae best artists on the scene at the moment. Located in the center of downtown Orlando at the corner of Washington St. and Orange Ave. Saturday May 7th 2016.  This year's lineup includes The Expendables, Chronixx, Collie Buddz, Common Kings, J. Boog, John Brown's Body, Passafire, The Movement, The Expanders, Sammy J, Mike Love, Hirie, Wheeland Brothers, and Lindsay Perry (Billabong).

For more information visit reggaeontheblock.com

King Center for the Performing Arts

Spend an unforgettable evening with the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and vocalist Hugh Panaro, one of Broadway’s most popular leading men, for a program featuring Broadway’s greatest hits!

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