Professor Lena Lampert is an internationally renowned musicologist/educator, broadcaster, and specialist in performance psychology.
Using her expertise she established an approach that applies to virtually all areas of human performance: from artistic expression to public-speaking, from academic achievement to developing self-confidence amongst young adults. Lena infuses an aura of music and art into nearly every area of conversation, whether it be medicine, politics, film-making, cooking, and more. Drawing from her rich background of life and work in Europe and the U.S., Lena’s broadcasts often project ideas that are universal to listeners all over the globe.
Her work caught the attention of Jerome Shestack, former U.N. Ambassador under the Carter Administration, who endorsed Lampert’s work. This led to the formation of The Miremonde-Lampert Center for Arts & Culture and its radio broadcasts.
“From The Heart” revolves around politics, the Arts & Sciences, with in-depth explorations of law, education, history, and the arts. Lena’s focus is informing the public about the frontiers of the world’s most critical events.
“Union of opposites”—this is the radio progam’s basis for making parallels and connections within fields that otherwise seem quite far apart.
“From The Heart” is produced by Julian Lampert, her son, a renowned composer and concert pianist.
You can find more information about weekly guests a well as visiting the back catalogue of previous shows by visiting the Lampert Centre For Arts, Education and Culture website