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“GZERO World with Ian Bremmer” Season 5 Highlights So Far | GZERO World

“GZERO World with Ian Bremmer” season 5 highlights

“GZERO World with Ian Bremmer,” our weekly global affairs program, is now in its fifth season on US public television. Over the past five years, the program has brought you interviews with heads of state, newsmakers, and leaders of industry. Our mission is to help you make sense of the world and the people and events shaping politics today, and there’s no better place to do that than on public television. For two decades, PBS has been named the most trusted brand in US television.

Here are some highlights from recent interviews, stories from the field, and, of course, Puppet Regime. Be sure to check out Ian’s interview with Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, which begins airing this Friday, Feb. 3, all over the US. Check your local listings for our program schedule.

A World in Need of Music Therapy: Renée Fleming at Davos | GZERO World

A world in need of music therapy: Renée Fleming at Davos

You never know who you're going to meet wandering around in Davos, including opera legend Renée Fleming, who was honored this week by the Forum.

The four-time Grammy-winning Soprano, who has performed on six continents, was presented in Davos with the prestigious Crystal Award—not for her singing, but for the voice she's lending to help people understand how music impacts the human brain.

"What I've seen firsthand has really convinced me of the effects of art therapies on disorders relating to aging. So, Alzheimer's and dementia, as well as Parkinson's, other movement disorders, brain trauma, or anyone who's had a horrible accident."

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Luisa Vieira

Should Russians be blacklisted?

What's Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine got to do with art? With sports? With work?

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Opera Legend Renee Fleming on How Russia’s War in Ukraine Has Impacted Classical Music | GZERO World

Opera legend Renée Fleming on how Russia's war in Ukraine has impacted classical music

Should Russian artists be blamed for Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine? In the weeks following the invasion, big stars like Metropolitan Opera star soprano Anna Netrebko or Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra director Valery Gergiev lost their jobs after refusing to condemn Putin.

"I think everyone is on the side of supporting Ukraine. Everyone. I mean, bar none," legendary soprano Renée Fleming tells GZERO on the sidelines of the 2023 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where she received one of this year's coveted Crystal Awards.

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