Lawless Island - Netflix
Welcome to Prince of Wales Island off the coast of Alaska where, around a tiny cove called Port Protection, some 100 people eke out an existence. It's a tough life, but one the locals seem to love. Take Sam Carlson, whose boots are leaking so he makes some mink traps, catches a couple, skins them and renders their fat to slather on his boots. Just one story in the opener to this series about living alongside nature in the raw.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Lawless Island - Lyndon Lawless - Netflix
Lyndon Kent Lawless is an American musician and music educator best known for his creation and leadership of the Ars Musica period instrument chamber orchestra (Ann Arbor 1971-86). He also developed and conducted the nationally known Youth Performing Arts School Philharmonia Orchestra (Louisville 1996-2006).
Lawless Island - Ars Musica and early music - Netflix
In 1970, Lawless returned to Ann Arbor to found a semi-professional chamber orchestra. This group eventually became a professional ensemble performing 17th- and 18th-century music on period instruments. During his 18-year career in Ann Arbor, Lawless developed this chamber orchestra, Ars Musica, into a touring ensemble under prestigious New York management (Harold Shaw). At its height in 1985, the orchestra performed a fifty-concert season in concert halls from Chicago's Symphony Hall, to college and university series across the Midwest and Southeast, to three-concert series in both New York City and Washington, D.C. Lawless' roles with Ars Musica encompassed artistic director, conductor, musical entrepreneur, and performer (on harpsichord, viola, and primarily baroque violin). Another chamber ensemble co-founded by Lawless, the American Baroque Ensemble, toured for 26 days in Japan in the spring of 1988.
Lawless Island - References - Netflix