Resident Pops Conductor Larry Blank Hosts Video Podcast with Stars from Broadway, TV and Film

POPScast premieres Saturday, June 20 with special guest Michael Feinstein
Published on Jun 18, 2020

Larry Blank

The Pasadena POPS and Resident Pops Conductor Larry Blank are pleased to announce POPScast, a weekly video podcast featuring a star-studded line-up of POPS performers, composers, musicians, and all who make the music happen. POPScast premieres this Saturday, June 20 at 7:30pm on what would have been opening night for the Sierra Summer POPS Series, and will run throughout the summer. POPScast will add to the Pasadena Symphony and POPS portfolio of digital offerings, which include the Pasadena Symphony’s In Conversation Podcast and the Play at Home with the POPS archival series.

Pasadena Pops Resident Pops Conductor Larry Blank will host the new POPScast series, which will air weekly each Saturday at 7:30pm. The three-time Tony-nominated Broadway conductor and orchestrator will welcome multiple award-winning stars from Broadway, television and film, including Marc Shaiman, Luci Arnaz, Cady Huffman, Anita Gillette, Laurence Guittard, Valerie Perri, Ron Raines and Karen Ziemba. Hear behind-the-scenes stories and get up close and personal with the stars you’ve loved seeing on the POPS stage. POPScast debuts this Saturday, June 20th with Larry sitting down with Principal Pops Conductor Michael Feinstein to discuss the inner-workings of the Pasadena POPS orchestra.

Make it a night and order dinner from Pasadena POPS restaurant partners Claud & Co and Julienne, who are offering special menu items to enjoy with our POPScast episodes. Diners should check each restaurant’s website frequently to enjoy the taste of summer at home. Episodes will premiere weekly, on Saturday at 7:30pm on the Pasadena POPS website,, on the Pasadena POPS YouTube channel – /ThePasadenaSymphony and Facebook page – /pasadenasymphonypops. Past episodes will also be available on-demand after the premiere at these three locations.

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