We are excited to announce that Deborah Henson-Conant will appear on the TV show “Chronicle” on Wednesday, January 24th, 2024 at 7:30 PM EST on WCVB Channel 5. Watch along to get an in-depth understanding of her life as a performer, composer, and mentor.
How does creativity empower and enliven every part of an artist’s life? Producer Ramen Cromwell of WCVB’s “Chronicle” came to interview me in my studio — about my harps, my passion for musical theater and how I turned a now-infamous cooking disaster into a dis-Masterpiece — as we visit the 35-year-old cinder of Hot Apple Cider that became the first exhibit of the ”Burnt Food Museum.”
“Chronicle” is a long-running TV show that highlights stories of New England and has won multiple awards over the years. The show regularly covers art and culture topics and we’re thrilled that they’ve chosen to showcase Deborah’s artistry – a true innovator in the harp world, breaking boundaries with a unique style of story-telling, and use of the electric harp.
If you’re a fan of the harp or simply enjoy music, be sure to tune in to “Chronicle” on Wednesday, January 24th, 2024 at 7:30 PM EST to catch Deborah Henson-Conant’s appearance. It’s sure to be an episode you won’t forget.
This is what Deborah has to say about the interview:
I had so much fun with producer Ramen Cromwell and cameraman Rich Ward from WCVB Boston’s “Chronicle.” We talked about creativity, legacy, and highlights of 2023 like the release of my new musical, “The Golden Cage,” and the upcoming Boston-Area concert at TCAN on Feb. 10. We even visited the ORIGINAL exhibit of the Burnt Food Museum – the Hot Apple Cider Cinder.
You can watch the replay of Deborah’s feature by going to this WCVB article ‘Beloved Boston performers have continued success throughout the years’ and scroll through the 2 minute 40 seconds mark to see Deborah’s segment.