Confetti Park

Confetti Park is a radio program and podcast focused on the children’s music and stories of Louisiana. Katy Hobgood Ray is your host and producer. For each episode, she mixes together field recordings and commercial music along with in-studio interviews and performances with authors, musicians, and folklorists...

HipHop Archive

The NOLA Hiphop Archive is a digital archive of New Orleans hiphop and bounce founded in 2012 by director Holly Hobbs and supported by the Amistad Research Center and the N.O. Center for the Gulf South. New Orleans has fostered an influential hiphop scene since the 1990s and yet the city’s foundational rappers, producers and DJs remain largely invisible as creators of “New Orleans music.” To date, the NOLA Hiphop…

Preservation Hall

The Preservation Hall Foundation serves to protect, preserve and perpetuate traditional New Orleans jazz music and culture through education, outreach and archives programming. The Foundation launched in 2011 as the philanthropic arm of the five decade old music venue and touring band based out of Preservation Hall, at 726 Saint Peter Street in the heart of the historic French Quarter...

The Porch Sessions

The Porch Sessions is a web portrait of the vibrant contemporary music scene in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a historical crossroads between the Mississippi Delta and New Orleans.” Every month, Drew Young interviews musicians from a range of Southern genres – blues, country, Americana, singer-songwriters – and each represents a distinctive voice of the Gulf South. Music-Rising at Tulane is proud to partner with Drew Young and his collaborator, Paul West, on…

Tutti Music Player

With Tutti Music PlayerTM, you can interact with original music created in the Gulf South. This interactive video player enables you to zoom into individual parts on the ensemble, mute and solo instruments, access sheet music, loop sections of the music and more. Explore the music of the Gulf South in an intimate and interactive setting. Special Music Rising collections include traditional jazz by many of New Orleans’ most respected…

U.S. Mint

The New Orleans Mint Performing Arts Center is a 200-seat theater located on the third floor of the Louisiana State Museum's Old US Mint facility. This performance space boasts full capabilities for the production, recording and web broadcasting of live music and theatrical performances, and as well for lectures, symposia, oral histories, video interviews, and curatorial panels....