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Naturally, The World Cafes Valentines Day program will feature lots of music for lovers. But lovers of music have plenty to feast on until then, including a visit from cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who talks with host David Dye about his soundtrack to the hit film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

square.gifThursday, Feb. 1 Groove Lily perform a mini-concert featuring songs from their new album, Little Light

square.gifFriday, Feb. 2 Singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke talks about and plays music from her latest effort, Steady Pull

square.gifMonday, Feb. 5 An encore presentation of Geoff Muldaurs visit

square.gifTuesday, Feb. 6 Singer/songwriter Laura Cantrell performs music from her album Not The Tremblin Kind

square.gifWednesday, Feb. 7 Viex Diop plays music from his latest effort, Africa Wassa

square.gifThursday, Feb. 8 To be announced

square.gifFriday, Feb. 9 Yo-Yo Ma talks to David Dye about his soundtrack work on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

square.gifMonday, Feb. 12 An encore presentation of T-Bone Burnetts visit

square.gifTuesday, Feb. 13 Iain Matthews and Elliot Murphy discuss their new collaboration, La Terre Commune

square.gifWednesday, Feb. 14 The World Cafe celebrates Valentines Day

The World Cafe, which is heard on more than 100 public radio stations nationwide, is produced by WXPN (88.5 FM) and airs locally from 2 to 7 p.m. weekdays. All live appearances air between 3 and 4 p.m.


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Originally published on February 1, 2001