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CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast

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CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast

Bruce Adolphe: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's Resident Lectu

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Join Bruce Adolphe, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's Resident Lecturer, for investigations and insights into chamber music masterworks. Beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance, we dig into the ICM lecture recording archive to share our favorite lectures with you.
 
Chamber Music America, the national network for ensemble music professionals, develops, supports, and strengthens the chamber music field. With a membership of nearly 6,000, including musicians, ensembles, presenters, artist managers, educators, music businesses, and advocates of ensemble music, CMA welcomes members representing a wide range of musical styles and traditions. CMA Talks series receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affai ...
 
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Illuminating Music

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Illuminating Music

Art of Élan

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For the past 10 years Art of Élan has been pioneering unique chamber music events and bringing the excitement of classical music to diverse audiences. Created by violinist Kate Hatmaker and flutist Demarre McGill, Art of Élan is continually expanding the scope of classical music in San Diego through innovative, one-hour programming in unique performance venues. This podcast offers in-depth views into the composers and their compositions which Art of Élan is continually presenting to add vigo ...
 
Hosted by Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the Chamber of Musical Curiosities is a podcast exploring the world in and around Musica Viva Australia. This season features an eclectic range of guests in conversation with Paul Kildea, as both parties reflect upon creativity, their career, and their passion for chamber music. Australian linguist and musicologist Malcolm Gillies, violinist Wilma Smith, writer and broadcaster Jane Caro, and actor and theatre director John Bell all feature.
 
Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.
 
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Toward Creativity

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Toward Creativity

Benjamin Harding

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For more information visit www.benjaminharding.net. Benjamin Harding is Dean of the School of Music at Cairn University. Benjamin has Bachelor degrees from Cairn University, a Masters degree and Professional Studies certificate from Manhattan School of Music, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also Director of Worship Ministries at Riverstone Church in Yardley, PA.He began his study of piano at the age of five, compet ...
 
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Liquid Music Playlist

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Liquid Music Playlist

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

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On Liquid Music Playlist host Steve Seel asks pioneering composers, performers and musicians about the music they make and the music they love. In these short-form monthly episodes Liquid Music artists contextualize their own music before sharing music that inspires them – all with the spirit of discovery and the celebration of the new that’s integral to the Liquid Music mission. Liquid Music Playlist is presented by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music Series, produced by Don Lee ...
 
Do you dream of someday getting to perform at Carnegie Hall, or wonder what it takes to be a professional musician? The Cello Sherpa Podcast is for anyone who enjoys the tales and scales in the life of a classical musician, or for the young classical musician who dreams big! We explore all aspects of the climb to the summit from student to the professional stage! Joel Dallow, the Cello Sherpa, interviews experts in the field covering a wide range of topics surrounding this challenging career ...
 
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The Best Music Podcast

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The Best Music Podcast

Dan Spencer

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The Best Music Podcast with Dan Spencer! Dan breaks down the secrets, tips, and tricks of top musicians, performers, composers, teachers, students, and music industry insiders! Every episode we will meet a professional from the music industry, learn about their field or fields of expertise, and understand what drives, and sustains their creativity and ability to perform so you can apply their success to your music, and your life.
 
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LTX Music Nightlife...

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LTX Music Nightlife...

D.j. John Lasher

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Somewhere off in the dark. You can hear bass push through the cement walls. In between whip hits, you can feel the bass rattle your organs. Then it happens. Your Master or Mistress unhooks your chains. Your clamps hit the floor. Their footsteps sync with the music as they lead you out of the chamber and into the main room. For the moment you no longer worship them. Its now the music. THE LOVE OF MUSIC IS NOW YOUR FETISH. It is this dark, dungeon like outlet that has proven to be the perfect ...
 
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So This Is My Why

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So This Is My Why

Ling Yah

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A podcast featuring inspiring people about their journey to discovering and living their "WHY" or purpose in life. With your host & producer, Ling Yah, we deep dive into everything from finances to dealing with doubts and setbacks, and how to forge an unconventional career from ground zero! Expect to hear from entrepreneurs, artists, journalists, musicians, Hollywood actresses, VC founders and more. Visit www.sothisismywhy.com for more details!
 
Christine Daae was brought up in the Paris Opera house. Her musician father suddenly dies, telling her he will send her an angel of music to look after her. She grows up and discovers that she is hearing a voice, telling her and teaching her to sing. She believes he is the angel of music but he is known in the Opera House simply as The Phantom. Although she is fascinated and drawn towards the phantom, she falls in love with her childhood sweetheart, The Vicomte de Chagny - or Raoul - but the ...
 
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Amps & Axes Podcast

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Amps & Axes Podcast

Jeff Bober & Mick Marcellino

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The informative podcast for musicians on amplifiers, guitars and everything between. Your host Jeff Bober is considered by his peers as the "Godfather of low wattage amps" and is the owner of East Amplification. Along with Mick Marcellino who covers all of the guitar needs this show will not only be informative but a fun listen.
 
Bringing you inspiration to live a more creative lifestyle. Because our favorite people are the ones that choose the path less traveled. This podcast is aimed to shift your perceptions on how you approach life, creativity, and success. Co-hosts Jay Alders and Chelsea Alders tap into their diverse experience in running four large and successful businesses while parenting three young children and traveling the world. Jay and Chelsea interview Entrepreneurs, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning Artist ...
 
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Nu Deco Unfiltered

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Nu Deco Unfiltered

Nu Deco Ensemble

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Miami’s 21st century genre-bending chamber orchestra, Nu Deco Ensemble, presents unfiltered conversations with dynamic and award-winning musical artists, trailblazing composers, and forward-thinking industry leaders and CEO’s. Hosted by Co-Founder and Artistic Director, Jacomo Bairos, these conversations dive deep into the lives and works of these exceptional artists and leaders, peeling back the mysterious curtain of creativity and inspiration, while exploring life wisdom gleaned from their ...
 
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GayVoice

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GayVoice

GayVoice

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GayVoice Podcast is a podcast that focuses on all the sh*t you have no time to. So if you wanna catch up with all the mess going on in the world, but don’t want to spend hours down clickbait articles, gossip instagrams and youtube rabbit holes, GayVoice delivers all the hottest topics in a one to two hour podcast, with a gay twist. We’re your gay best friends who you’re not sure really like you but always have your best interests in mind. We’re also your black bitter aunties who you love spe ...
 
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Have you ever wondered why solfège is such a constant in most music curricula? Or why teachers often ask us to sing in lessons? And if any of this is ever going to pay off in meaningful ways? A recent Danish study suggests that integrating a bit of singing into one's practice might indeed have some real worthwhile benefits. Lead author and trumpet …
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's cello section, Rainer Eudeikis, Brad Ritchie, and Tommy Carpenter. In this two part series, they discuss sitting on the audition panel and listening to 99 cellists audition from behind the screen. They share advice on what they were listening for, and…
 
Ansgar Koene is the Global AI Ethics & Regulatory Leader at EY, Senior Research Fellow at Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute at the University of Nottingham, a Trustee at 5Rights and chair of the IEEE Working Group P7003 Standard for Algorithm Bias Considerations. Today with Ansgar, we’ll be talking about all things artificial intelligence.…
 
We've all been told that slow practice is important. And while it's certainly an important tool to have in your toolbox, there is research which suggests that slow practice can potentially cause problems too, if we are too focused on slow, accurate playing in the early stages of learning something new. What?! In today's episode, you'll learn why th…
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's cello section, Rainer Eudeikis, Brad Ritchie, and Tommy Carpenter. In this two part series, they discuss sitting on the audition panel and listening to 99 cellists audition from behind the screen. They share advice on what they were listening for, and…
 
Esther Hochman Wojcicki is an author, journalist, educator, vice-chair of the Creative Commons Advisory Council and founder of the highly regarded Palo Alto High School Media Arts program (the largest journalism program in the States). She is also known as the “Godmother of Silicon Valley”. And has raised 3 daughters, regarded as some of the most s…
 
The traditional method of learning is to try to learn the correct "textbook" way of performing a skill, and to do lots and lots of repetitions of that exact movement. But there's some increasing research in the last 20 years which suggests that this may not always lead to the best learning or performance. And that doing a bunch of goofy "wrong" rep…
 
Jason Chambers has always been an artist, but until NFT's entered his life he was working long hours at factory jobs and only doing art as his side passion. Jason has explored various forms of art from illustration to portraiture, but his true passion has always been abstraction. In early 2019 Jason transitioned fully into abstract art. His unique …
 
Have you ever thought about taking a sabbatical? Or have taken one yourself? If so, then this week’s STIMY guest will be of interest to you. DJ DiDonna is the founder of the Sabbatical Project, which is the first-of-its kind research into when and why sabbaticals are being taken by professionals, and how they lead to positive outcomes and an opport…
 
I know we've all been told (and experienced first-hand) that cramming doesn't work, and learn better when our practice or study sessions are spaced out over time. But why? What's actually happening in our brains, that makes spaced practice more effective? Why Too-Short Practice Breaks Could Undermine Your Learning…
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews Kevin Case, Founder and Principal of Case Arts Law who represents musicians and artists in labor and employment matters. Kevin shares the details of his journey from professional violinist to one of the most sought after attorneys in our industry, representing dozens of orchestras across the co…
 
Hawker Chef Chan Hon Meng is a Malaysian-born, Michelin-starred chef who is best known for serving the world’s least expensive Michelin-starred meal. He won his first Michelin star back in 2016 for his $2.50 soy sauce chicken noodle dish, and proceeded to do so for the next four consecutive years. Since then, his chicken rice store has exploded fro…
 
Whether you're a pianist, a singer, or instrumentalist, I'm sure you've had the experience of feeling a sort of musical "chemistry" when collaborating with other musicians. In this month's conversation, pianist and educator Vivian Hornik Weilerstein shares insights on how pianists can be better listeners, leaders, and collaborators with their music…
 
If you are a classical musician, I believe in you. I believe in the power of classical music. And if you are a classical musician - I hope that you will be encouraged by this episode. This weekend, I got a jolt of energy that I needed to believe in my work yet again. If you are not a classical musician, I hope that you stick around for this episode…
 
Ever wish you could be a fly on the wall of the practice room of a well-known performer and watch or listen to how they practice? A team of researchers did something close to this - they videotaped expert and intermediate-level athletes practicing for the same exact amount of time, measured their improvement (the experts improved more), and then tr…
 
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