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Welcome to The SoundSpring Podcast, the place where creative musicians share the ways in which they turn their stories, ideas and feelings into sound. During each episode, my guest composers will take you on a guided journey through one of their musical works.This is music, straight from the source.
 
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Hello listeners and welcome to episode 20, featuring pianist, composer, orchestrator, song-writer, musical director, musical supervisor...the list is endless...Jennifer Whyte! Jen is one of the most in-demand musical directors in the UK, having conducted dozens upon dozens of shows in the West End and abroad as well as for television and recording …
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to episode 19, featuring the whistle and flute virtuoso and composer, Brian Finnegan. When I first heard Brian's music back in 2015, I immediately fell in love with his playing and writing, and his recordings have been part of my staple musical diet ever since. After releasing his first solo album in 1993, Brian and thr…
 
Hello listeners and welcome to episode 18! This episode features a true icon of the music industry, Gavin Greenaway. Gavin is a British Emmy ® award-winning pianist, composer and conductor with an extensive catalogue of achievements: conducting over 100 feature film and television soundtracks, composing for major entertainment and cultural events, …
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to episode 17! This episode features the British-Bahraini trumpet player and composer, Yazz Ahmed. Ever since she started to release albums as a bandleader in 2011, Yazz's rise to the top of the scene has been unstoppable. Her middle-eastern inspired take on jazz composition has garnered much praise in the international…
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to Episode 16! This week features songwriter and saxophonist Matthew Herd, the creative force behind the band Seafarers. Their debut album, 'Orlando' was released in 2020 and I immediately fell under its spell. In Matt's words, the album explores Threads of solitude, longing, and an affiliation with the natural world, b…
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to episode 15, featuring composer, saxophonist and educator Andrew Linham. After studying at Leeds College of Music, Andrew moved down to London to complete a post-grad at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where we met and started playing together. It wasn't long before he started making a name for himself. In 20…
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to episode 14, featuring composer, vocalist and educator, Ella Jarman-Pinto. Ella is a critically acclaimed composer, described by Classic FM as ‘one of the UK’s most exciting music-makers’. She has had repeat performances of her work by BBC Singers, broadcasts by BBC Radio 3, and was Composer in Residence with Streetwi…
 
Hello listeners, and thanks for tuning in to episode 13! Today you'll be hearing from the fantastic guitarist and composer Ant Law. We actually recorded this episode on the 21st August 2020, but in an attempt to balance the different genres we get to enjoy Ant's wisdom nearly 7 months later! Since Ant moved to the UK from Saudi Arabia in his teens,…
 
Hello listeners, and welcome to episode 12. This week we have the creative force that is Pete Letanka. Pete came onto the scene after graduating from Leeds College of Music. Forming a trio and releasing his debut album 'Afrostocracy' on the award winning Zephyr label garnered a great deal of positive press. All the while, he had started working for…
 
Welcome to episode 11, featuring vocalist and composer Sara Dowling. After spending 9 years growing up between Oman and Jordan, Sara's family moved to Cornwall in order to provide her and her siblings with their desired education. Loaned a 'cello by her school, Sara made short work of reaching a high level, gaining a scholarship to the Cheetham's S…
 
Episode 10 features Ray Hearne, a unique and brilliant musician who spans multiple genres. He is currently best known for his work as drummer and writer in British progressive-metal band Haken. Haken have taken the prog world by storm over the last decade and won the hearts of millions of fans, including myself! Ray's playing has gained a huge repu…
 
This episode features a regular musical companion and good friend, Tom Green. Winner of the 2013 Dankworth Prize for Jazz Composition and 2017 Eddie Harvey Arranger's Award, Tom is a trombonist, composer and arranger described as"a new rising star in the British jazz scene" by Jazz FM. I am incredibly lucky to play Tom's stunning music, surrounded …
 
This week's episode features writer, speaker and coach Dr. Mandy Lehto. We'll be discussing how we can make 2021 our most creative and productive year to date. Mandy spends much of her time empowering people with the tools and courage to live their lives with more purpose and authenticity, so if you're dreaming big for next year, this is the episod…
 
Episode 7 features the immense talent and dulcet tones of Daisy Chute. While her musical roots were born out of her Scottish/American heritage, Daisy has had forays and extensive training in both the jazz and classical genres. Her first album was a critically-acclaimed jazz record released at just age 15. Shortly after, she was enlisted to be a lea…
 
This week's episode features writer, speaker and coach Dr. Mandy Lehto. We'll be discussing how we can make 2021 our most creative and productive year to date. Mandy spends much of her time empowering people with the tools and courage to live their lives with more purpose and authenticity, so if you're dreaming big for next year, this is the episod…
 
Merry Christmas Listeners!!! This week we have a Christmas Special featuring Andrew Cottee and his original score to accompany 'The Night Before Christmas.' As one of the leading composer/arrangers of his generation, Andrew has worked for Sir Paul McCartney, Seth MacFarlane, Disney, 20th Century Fox and Quincy Jones. His work can also be heard on m…
 
Episode 4 features the fantastic work of James B. Wilson. James is an award-winning composer of contemporary classical music based in Bedfordshire, England. He studied, with a scholarship, at Royal Academy of Music under Gary Carpenter and David Sawer, and also took frequent lessons with Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. The focus of this episode is on his…
 
Today's episode, recorded on the 4th August 2020, features guitar virtuoso and composer Jake Willson. Having studied jazz at Berklee and completing a PhD in classical composition, Jake brings serious artistry to his writing and playing. His performance resumé includes top solo artists as well as West End shows such as Hamilton and The Book of Mormo…
 
This episode features musical power-couple Louise Anna Duggan and Zands Duggan, with their project 'Minihi.' They joined me from Louise's home island of Jersey to chat about their piece 'Tokaido.' As we listen to their musical portrayal of crossing Japan by bullet train, we also discuss the blending of classical and electronic soundscapes, the lure…
 
Rising star Misha Mullov-Abbado takes us on a guided tour through 'Two Bridges' from his 'cello concerto 'Evolving Spring.' As we listen to sections of the piece, we discuss the life events that fed into the composition, how to create a balance between improvised and notated music and our shared love for John Williams. You can listen to the whole p…
 
LAUNCHING 10th NOVEMBER 2020. Welcome to The SoundSpring Podcast, the place where creative musicians share the ways in which they turn their stories, ideas and feelings into sound. During each episode, my guest composers will take you on a guided journey through one of their musical works. This is music, straight from the source.…
 
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