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Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening!
 
The Classical Theism Podcast aims to defend Catholic Christian ideas in conversation. With the help of various guests, I defend three pillars of the Catholic Christian worldview: (1) the God of classical theism exists, (2) Jesus is our Messiah and Lord, and (3) He founded the Catholic Church. We place a strong emphasis on the first pillar, defending classical theism, drawing upon the work of Thomistic philosopher Dr. Edward Feser and many others. Thanks for listening! John DeRosa jderosa@cla ...
 
Classical Voice Canada podcasts will feature a new Classical Vocal artist each week, wherein we will discuss their favourite Classical genre(s), experiences, and career trajectories, and listen to one of their recordings. The recordings may be professionally done, or may be done as semi-professional or home-based recordings, as is the new norm we have gravitated to due to COVID-19. We hope that Classical Voice Canada will introduce you to new artists that you should be watching for in the fu ...
 
In the Keep Classical Weird podcast, host Casey Bozell explores all manner of kooky, mysterious and outlandish oddities associated with the wide world of classical music - all from her homebase in Portland, Oregon, a city celebrated for its culture and its eccentricity. Join Casey and some entertaining friends each week for a light-hearted and joyful look at why weirdness in classical music is part of what makes this art form so special.
 
Go behind the scenes of classical music in Nashville. Musician Colleen Phelps takes you backstage for interviews with composers, conductors, and instrumentalists to give you an in-depth look at life in the orchestra, on the stage, and behind an instrument. Get closer to the music and musicians behind classical music in Music City.
 
We are convinced that lovers of classical music include people who are always looking for (1) music that they have not heard before that might attract them, and (2) the best performance of music that they are familiar with and already enjoy. This website was created to help these music lovers achieve both goals. We are uniquely able to fulfill this mission because we bring together two exceptional resources that are not available on any other classical music website: (1) a classical music re ...
 
Crushing Classical podcast is an ongoing series of provocative interviews with musicians who are pioneering a new path in the classical music genre. I dig into musician's lives who have made an often risky move towards forging a unique path and creating a different kind of music career for themselves. This is particularly challenging in a field where the conventional approach is seeking employment in an orchestra. Join me and learn how others are redefining a thriving classical music career.
 
“We live in a time I think not of mainstream, but of many streams, or even, if you insist upon a river of time, that we have come to a delta, maybe even beyond delta to an ocean which is going back to the skies.” -John Cage This quote, I believe, truly embodies the idea of music today. Yet, this quote is even more applicable to world of “classical” music. There are so many different avenues of new classical music, that one must ask oneself, “That’s classical?” That is the idea that we try an ...
 
Simply stated, religion matters. Religion matters not only for personal reasons, but also for social, economic, political, and military purposes. Unfortunately, studies suggest that religious knowledge and cultural literacy for any religious tradition is either in decline or is non-existent in the United States, despite being one of the most religiously diverse nation on earth. Today, religion is implicated in nearly every major national and international issue. The public arena is awash in ...
 
As part of its Winter and Summer Festivals, Seattle Chamber Music Society presents informal, in-depth discussions with Classical KING FM 98.1 host Dave Beck and Festival musicians. These Classical Conversation Podcast interviews give an inside look at the Chamber Music repertoire performed during the Festivals with world-class performers’ insight. Classical KING FM and Seattle Chamber Music Society, Producers. Bill Levey, Recording Engineer and Technical Production.
 
Scholé Sisters is the podcast for the classical homeschooling mama who seeks to learn and grow while she’s helping her children learn and grow. Scholé Sisters is a casual conversation about topics that matter to those of us in the trenches of classical homeschooling who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. In each episode, we cover our Scholé Everyday (suggestions for inspiration and growth), and a topical discussion relying on principles we find in book ...
 
Joe Chesterman-March chats and laughs with the composers, players and organisers doing exciting things in the world of classical music today. Expect insights into the creative process, career paths, cross-disciplinary chat, and an honest look at the the classical music industry for the people in it. A No Dice Collective podcast. New episodes released on the 1st of each month.
 
Society needs music, especially in challenging times. This podcast is made by a collective of outstanding classical musicians from around the world. Your host is the Serbian pianist, Marija Andjic, living in Vienna. She introduces her friends and colleagues she met in the Be Your Own Manager Community, which was founded by Bernhard Kerres. The podcast and the community were created during the COVID19 pandemic.
 
Chill Pills are uplifting chillout albums, seamlessly mixed to deliver a dose of happiness with every listen. Curated from wide variety of instrumental and vocal chill out, downtempo, lounge and jazz, modern classical and ambient sounds.
 
Welcome to the Classical Strength Podcast brought to you by Midgard Strength and Conditioning where we bring old school training methodologies to the modern lifter. This podcast is dedicated to discussing how normal people in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s can become strong using classic, barbell based strength training that has been proven over the last century at making normal people strong.
 
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Yujiro Seki is the documentary filmmaker of the film "Carving the Divine." Carving the Divine offers a rare and intimate look into the life and artistic process of modern-day Busshi – practitioners of a 1400 year lineage of woodcarving at the beating heart of Japanese, Mahayana Buddhism. For more information, visit: https://www.carvingthedivine.com…
 
Under Vito Lattarulo’s direction, the Sinfonie Orchester Biel Solothurn plays a crisp, fresh young Verdi, whose juicy melodies the listener cannot escape. The tempi are absolutely singer-friendly [...]”. Vito Lattarulo’s performances and his recent Summer concert at Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn, in Switzerland, have had consistent success with …
 
Some thank yous, updates, and teasers for what’s coming down the pipeline! Word of mouth is GOLD in podcast land, so please tell your friends if you think they’d be interested! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and find me on Twitter @caseybozell. Use #keepclassicalweird when talking about the show! Thanks so much for listening, everyone. Stay safe…
 
There are 106 symphonies by the classical composer Joseph Haydn (1732–1809). Of these, 104 have numbers associated with them which were originally assigned by Eusebius Mandyczewski in 1908 in the chronological order that was known at the time.In the subsequent decades, numerous inaccuracies in the chronology (especially in the lower numbers) were f…
 
This week the team is joined by broadcaster and soprano Catherine Bott who chooses her Top 5 female voices in classical music; performers who have inspired her and, in one case, never fail to make her go misty-eyed.With Tommy Pearson, Richard Bratby and Charlotte Gardner. Producer: Simon Funnellโดย classicaltop5
 
We continue our series on listening tips by examining the era and style of Beethoven, Brahms, Mahler, Wagner, and so many other great composers - Romanticism! We're joined by Hannah to discuss our five points of advice for listening to this highly passionate and emotional music, and hear some great music along the way! Tip 1: Hearing Romantic works…
 
First of all, if you’re American, I hope you’re listening to this while standing in line to vote! Western Classical Music does not have the reputation for political activism that other kinds of music have, but that doesn’t mean composers haven’t made political statements all throughout history with their music. Today we’ll go through some of the mo…
 
This week, we start out with a spellbinding round of Classical Chronology focused on that deadly medieval tune, the Dies Irae. Hear more about that on the Twenty Thousand Hertz podcast. Then we head down to the lab for a dissection of Camille Saint-Saëns' Danse Macabre. Then a free-flowing conversation with author, vlogger, and deathfluencer Caitli…
 
Does Divine Simplicity entail a modal collapse? What is the difference principle and why is it relevant? Can the God of classical theism make intentional choices? And what about the hypothesis of existential inertia? Are there any reasons to think existential inertia is false? Steven Nemes rejoins the show to consider these questions and more. The …
 
This week on New Classical Tracks, Christopher Tin talks about his collaboration with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, 'To Shiver the Sky,' that ethereally outlines the history of mankind's quest to fly.
 
What IS the value of a “mental map of the world”? Does “where” really matter to our students? Whether you’re searching for the reason to study geography or looking for new ways to learn cartography, you’ll find fresh ideas on this Everyday Educator podcast. Marc Hays, Stephanie Meter and Lisa Bailey look at how to layer the learning from Foundation…
 
The subject of this week's program is the music and comedy of Victor Borge. Mike has a chance to bring a show out of the Conducting Conversations archives from January 2008. When Dr. Mark Malkovich was his guest and they talk about Mark's special relationship with the super star of piano and comedy. For more information or comments about the show y…
 
Playlist: Kate Moore, Ashley Bathgate - Broken Rosary Alfred Schnittke, Danish String Quartet - String Quartet No. 3 - I. Andante Don MacDonald, Vancouver Chamber Choir - Tabula Rasa Caroline Shaw, Bang on a Can All Stars - Really Craft When You Miriam Hyde, West Australian Symphony Orchestra - Piano Concerto No. 1 - III. Allegro scherzando Sky Mac…
 
This short podcast is an introduction to the upcoming series of discussions that I will be having with various experts and practitioners in the area of vocal health. I'll speak to an Alexander Technique expert and someone who is studying Gestalt Therapy, (Alison Jane Taylor) to a yoga enthusiast who built a business around Yoga for Singers, (Madiso…
 
Our guest today is Ravi Jain, who is now tied with Cindy Rollins for the Scholé Sisters title for Most Appearances as this is his third time on the show. Ravi Jain has a BA from Davidson College, an M.A. from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a Graduate Certificate in Mathematics from the University of Central Florida. He coauthored The Liberal Ar…
 
Raymond Bisha introduces a new release of Baroque violin sonatas by 18th-century Italian violinists trained in the tradition of Arcangelo Corelli, spreading his elegant, expressive and virtuosic style on their travels throughout Europe. Giovanni Mossi’s sonatas retain Corelli’s dramatic contrasts and structure, while Giovanni Stefano Carbonelli als…
 
What makes a monster? Why are ancient monsters so cool? And how can mythology help us in our day to day lives? Dr. Liz Gloyn, Senior Lecturer in Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK and author of "The Ethics of the Family in Seneca (2017)" and most recently, “Tracking Classical Monsters in Popular Culture” delves into all things Mon…
 
In the final part of our conversation with cellist Ronald Thomas, he talks about his “quarantine project” in the months since COVID 19 interrupted concert life around the world. Ron has recently composed his own second cello part to accompany the six solo cello suites of JS Bach. He explains how this second voice provides a powerful teaching tool f…
 
Tchaikovsky came from humble beginnings in rural Russia and rose to fame as one of the greatest composers. He spent a good amount of his life as a musical outsider and died at the age of 53 at the top of his fame. In this episode, John Banther and James Jacobs explore his life, friendships, and music.…
 
NEED MORE HARMONICA IN YOUR LIFE? WELL, YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. Yes, whether you like it or not, the harmonica makes a very special appearance in this sparkly new episode of That Classical Podcast, starring alongside Australian fables, Argentinian cowboys, and Sascha's bizarre driving habits. Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to …
 
Did you learn music as a child? We certainly hope so, and so do the historical teachers we're looking at today! Be sure to like and share with a friend! Music: https://imslp.org/wiki/Violin_Concerto_in_F_major%2C_RV_293_(Vivaldi%2C_Antonio) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/legalcodeโดย Rocky Mountain Student Media
 
Conductor and music director Stéphane Denève is a busy guy. He's got at least four jobs on two different continents. But thanks (?) to the pandemic, we caught him sitting still for long enough to teach us the ENTIRE HISTORY of French classical music! He starts at the very beginning with chant, and goes all the way through to contemporary composers.…
 
Transcript Hello, I’m Kasumi Kobayashi. Thank you for listening Japanese classical literature audiobooks. Today, I’d like to introduce a new podcast created by Mme Miyuki Seguchi, who is a journalist and licensed guide. A couple of days ago, I had a chat with her and was impressed by her passion for exploring and sharing Japanese culture worldwide.…
 
Tim chats to British composer Eleanor Alberga about her Jamaican upbringing and her wonderful piece for narrators and orchestra, ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’, which is being performed as part of Music@Malling this year. Sam finds unlikely parallels between the NBA and Heinrich Biber’s ‘Sonata Representativa’, and chats to Cathy Boyes of the B…
 
RPS Chief Exec James Murphy introduces some of the shortlisted names and organisations in this years RPS Awards. The full list can be found on the Thoroughly Good Blog.โดย Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
An episode within an episode. The show features a fall themed collection of guitar pieces, and is then followed by a battle between my friend, Jeremy Showgren and myself to draft the best roster of horror movies. Spoiler alert: I destroy him.
 
In this episode, Marty Gallagher and I discuss obtaining the proper mindset necessary to achieve a physical transformation. Be sure to check out Marty's weekly articles on IronCompany.com! Check out Marty's Podcast HERE! Pick up a copy of Marty's Book, The Purposeful Primitive! If you are interested in Online Coaching from Marty, email him at Marty…
 
Jess Gillam talks to mezzo-soprano Stephanie Wake-Edwards about the music they love, including the overture to Mozart's Don Giovanni, Jessye Norman singing Mahler, Lianne La Havas singing Radiohead and Slim Gaillard singing about his Cement Mixer!โดย BBC Radio 3
 
What you'll hear: - Creating a digital concert series - what that looks like and how his orchestra is making it a complete experience - Robert's take on being an assistant conductor... and how it can be a special position in it's own right, not just a stepping-stone - What it was like to conduct the Cleveland Orchestra in a duck costume (yes you re…
 
Shruthi Rajasekar is a composer from Minnesota USA who straddles the worlds of Western contemporary music and south Indian Carnatic music from a truly unique position. Having grown up in the US with prominent Carnatic musician Nirmala Rajasekar as a mother, Shruthi is a joy to talk with as we cover: Choral culture and education in the US vs UK How …
 
Harriet ends up with quite a haul after she goes trick-or-treating. But what will she do with all of those sweets? Find out in 'Harriet's Halloween Candy,' the new episode of Classical Kids Storytime, with a story and art by Nancy Carlson and music by Augusta Holmes.โดย American Public Media
 
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