Toni Jannotta speaks with George Alger about the vibrational essence of music and its power to heal.
International jazz singer, Toni Jannotta, speaks with George Alger about her new book and companion music CD, My Little Heart, Ruthie. The book is illustrated by Jennifer Mones.
Pamela Pilkenton and Connor Casavan speak about dance, with Our Ventura TV host, Toni Jannotta. They speak about the difference between a dance school, a dance company and a dance laboratory. They also discuss dance movement, performance, interpretation and evolving
Tai Chi Chuan instructor, Judy Scott, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Toni Jannotta, about the benefits of this Chinese martial art, which can be practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits.
Toni Jannotta discusses her jazz inspired, storytelling documentary, Voices of the Homeless. The discussion is highlighted with a trailer from her film.
What are the basic principles of Improv? Join Toni Jannotta as she interviews Tom Mueller to find out.
Our Ventura host, Toni Jannotta, interviews John Wilner about Ventura county COLOR Gardens.
Shannon Farrell speaks with Toni Jannotta about overcoming life challenges. Shannon experienced several in a relatively short amount of time. She became pregnant and single, experienced a family death, lost her job and relocated to a new home. It was
Toni Jannotta interviews Cheri Kurman about caring for aging relatives in this segment of Our Ventura. Cheri Kurman is an Estate Planning Attorney and host of radio program, Grey Matters. She educates people on caring for elderly, including advising family
Frank James Malle interviews jazz vocalist, Toni Jannotta, and guitarist, Nigel Taylor for this segment of Our Ventura. Toni and Nigel perform “Is It Magic?” Additionally, they discuss jazz history and jazz aesthetics and Toni talks about her award as