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Hosted by Beth Roars, The Roarcast holds a range of discussions about all things music. These include interviews with guests to chat about their journey through the music industry, as well as diving deeper into the world of music science, theory and history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Music, Mind, and Movement Podcast features interviews with musicians, educators, health and wellness professionals, and many more who take a holistic view of the musician’s life. Together we explore some of the unique physical, mental, social, and emotional challenges that musicians face and how we can meet these challenges in ways that help us grow both as musicians and as healthy, creative, resilient humans. Karen Bulmer is a tuba player, music professor, meditation facilitator, and mo ...
 
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Our latest Roarcast guest is accent coach Pamela Vanderway from Dialect Coach Worldwide. Beth chatted to as part of the the video "Why Do Singers Lose Their Accent When They Sing?" and the interview was so insightful we thought we'd share the whole interview with you all. Topics covered include the role of accent in singing, how vocal styles develo…
 
In this episode of the rebranded 'Roarcast', Beth and Tom speak to Julien Truchan from metal band Benighted. This episode focusses on the connection between mental health and metal music, following on from the video 'Does Metal Music make you Calmer?' which Julien featured on previously. Julien is in the unique position of working in the metal indu…
 
This is the first episode in some brand new content! In this series, Beth will take a topic discussed on the channel and talk about it in some more depth. In this episode, Beth is joined by Tom to discuss 'Why You Don't Like the Sound of Your Voice'. Please vote on the name for this series! Click here to have your say. Background Video: https://www…
 
In this episode, Beth chats to Melissa Cross, vocal coach to many of the world's top metal stars. Melissa has worked with artists including Slipknot, The Disturbed, Killswitch Engage and Arch Enemy to help them achieve extreme vocals safely. Beth and Melissa cover the journey from classically trained vocal coach into metal, some technical insight i…
 
The new season of 'Good Job with Beth Roars' kicks off with a bang, with Beth being joined by lead singer of Jinjer, 'Tatiana Shamayluk. Tatiana's vocals are both genre defying and defining. Jinjer are a metal band that take influences from Jazz, Reggae and Funk and Tatiana is at the centre of their unique sound. We find out about Tatiana's journey…
 
Good Job with Beth Roars is changing! We'll still be conducting interviews, but also covering science based, educational content on vocals. All in the name of helping discover what makes your favourite artists and the music they produce. If you have something you'd like us to cover, email goodjob@bethroars.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
Kelli-Leigh chats to Beth Roars. Kelli-Leigh has had an amazing and varied career, touring the world as a backing vocalist for Leona Lewis and Adele and as well as being the uncredited singer on two number one singles. She has now formed her own record label ‘Music Core’ and is rapidly finding success under her own name. The pair chat about success…
 
Today Beth speaks to singer and actor Ramin Karimloo. Ramin set out as a teenager to follow his dream of playing the title role in Phantom of the Opera. On his way, he’s earned himself a place among the top Musical Theatre performers in the West End. Ramin speaks about his journey - from experiencing different countries as a child to teaching himse…
 
This week’s Good Job podcast guest is Aryana Sayeed. Aryana is one of Afghanistan’s biggest stars, a judge on both The Voice Afghanistan and The Afgan Star and an inspiring woman who uses her profile to campaign for Women’s Rights. She continues to perform music in Afghanistan a country in which music was banned until 2001 and has won many awards f…
 
Today’s guest is Musical Theatre singer, vocal coach, former American Idol Contestant and queen of riffing Natalie Weiss. Natalie opens up about her recent experience with a vocal haemorrhage while working on an off-broadway show. She also chats with Beth about what she thinks makes a great voice and how she deals with the insecurity of working in …
 
Today's guest is Harish Sivaramakrishnan of Agam. Agam are an intriguing fusion of Prog Rock and South Indian Classical Music. Beth asks Harish how this came about and he reveals his western influences including Dream Theater and Tool. Beth and Harish also discuss the balance between viability and creativity when working on your music and how Haris…
 
Beth Roars talks to Oli Peters from technical death metal band Archspire. Oli is well known for his fast-paced machine gun like distortion style. Beth asks Oli what it was like to teach Jason Momoa to war cry, how he finds touring, the pros and cons of specialisation as opposed to versatility and the reasons you should pursue music professionally. …
 
This week, Beth's guest is comedian Mae Martin. Mae is has accolades across different comedy genres, radio shows, a book and musical comedy. Most recently, Mae starred in 'Feel Good' a semi-autobiographical show about her life that she also wrote for Channel 4/Netflix. Beth and Mae discuss her battle with addiction, why honesty is important in come…
 
In this episode of Good Job, Beth Roars talks to Fabienne Erni and Chrigel Glanzmann from Eluveitie. Eluveitie combines an intriguing mix of Celtic folk and metal, soaring clean vocal and screams. Beth chats to Fabi and Chrigel about Celtic culture, how history writes music and how Eluveitie has evolved into its current lineup. Podcast Episode High…
 
Today our guest is the outspoken and iconic Irish folk singer/songwriter Sinead O’Connor. Beth chats to Sinead about how music impacts society, overcoming her challenges and insecurities, why she reverted to Islam and how young people today are influencing the world. Podcast Episode Highlights: 01.58 - What is Sinead O’Connor’s worst ever job? 03.4…
 
Beth chats to Norse music composer Jonas Lorentzen, who is now working on a project known as Nebala. Previously, Jonas was part of the break-through traditional Nordic music act Heilung. Jonas discusses the benefits of putting limitations on yourself, overcoming the fear of success as well as failure, learning how to throat sing and why Jonas has m…
 
Our guest today is the incredibly talented and versatile singer/songwriter Morgan James, who has branched across many genres including Soul, Opera and Broadway. In this candid episode, Morgan opens up about her fears, challenges and desires for herself and for the music industry. We discover how she has navigated the music industry, championed wome…
 
Good Job with Beth Roars returns for a second season! Beth chats to vocal coach to the stars and mentor Joshua Alamu. Not only does he teach some of the world's top singers, Little Mix, Rita Ora and Kelly Jones from Stereophonics but he is also founder and director of Ultimate Artists, a development camp for music artists entering the industry and …
 
Barbara Tanze is a vocalist and breathing specialist based in Slovenia. She works with musicians and athletes all over the world to improve performance through better breathing. In this conversation, we talk about the MDH Breathing Coordination Method, rib cage mobility, recoil pressure, the diaphragm, and more. Barbara has a very nuanced understan…
 
Australian physiotherapist and anatomist Bronwen Ackermann is an international leader in the world of performing arts medicine. She has worked with professional orchestras throughout Australian and as a high performance consultant at the Australian National Academy of Music. She was the inaugural president of the Australian Society for Performing A…
 
In the season finale of Good Job with Beth Roars, Beth talks to Primal Fear’s and Gamma Ray’s vocalist - Ralf Scheepers. Ralf discusses how he developed his talent and the importance of staying grounded and humble. He also opens up about how he supported himself when starting out, what it takes to be a heavy metal singer and the way his voice and t…
 
Beth Roars chats to Sheena Ladwa - Director of Ultimate Artists Development Camp. Sheena and Beth speak about the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people, maintaining a positive mindset and addressing mental ill health. Sheena also opens up about her personal journey, growing up as a singer before transitioning into running an arti…
 
Beth chats sound engineer, producer and musician Brian Kehew. At the time of recording, Brian is on a world tour with The Who, having previously worked with fantastic artists such as Aretha Franklin, Black Sabbath and Fiona Apple - producing Fiona’s album ‘Extraordinary Machine’. Brian opens up with his stories about the world’s greatest musicians …
 
Beth’s guest is music producer, Ted Talk speaker and composer for Cinematic Prog Rock band Ostura, Danny Bou-Maroun. Beth and Danny explore the differences between composing for yourself versus for someone else and also working as an independent artist compared to with a label. Danny gives his advice about how to keep motivated on a long term proje…
 
Beth Roars talks to singer and West End actor Dan Buckley, who has starred in shows such as ‘The Book of Mormon’, ‘Loserville’ and ‘Eugenius’. Dan discusses scrubbing everything from dirty dishes to combating body image issues in the industry and what it takes to perform in London's West End. Dan’s insights also include his experiences coping with …
 
Beth chats to Rasmus Bom Andersen. Rasmus is a vocal coach, producer and lead singer of the legendary band - Diamond Head. They talk about his journey, honouring the Diamond Head legacy and pick apart some of the technique he uses for metal singing. Highlights 01.01 - What was Rasmus’ worst job ever? 01.29 - What was it like for Rasmus Bom Andersen…
 
Danny Ladwa is Beth's guest – Beatboxer, Singer and founder of School of Beatbox and The Stammering Voice Orchestra. Beth chats to Danny about his stammer as a teenager and how gaining vocal confidence through his singing helped him through this period in his life. They also explore the correlation and differences between singing and beatboxing and…
 
For the Season 1 finale, I am speaking with Dana Fonteneau. Dana is part consultant, part career coach, and part therapist. She is the author of It's Not (Just) About the Gig and she helps musicians connect with their deepest sources of vitality and inspiration in order to build meaningful and sustainable careers. In this conversation, we talk abou…
 
Beth speaks to Chris Rupp – Baritone Singer and Founder of All-American A-Cappella Groups Home Free and 7th Ave as well as The Chris Rupp Project. Beth has a candid chat with Chris about his journey including what it was like leaving Home Free, the importance of following your heart even when it goes against the expectations of others and his advic…
 
Beth Roars talks to Welsh Opera Soprano Rhiannon Herridge, who was forced to give up her job performing on the Silversea cruise line due to vocal injury after a virus. Together they explore how to prevent and recover from vocal damage, how it affected Rhiannon’s confidence and how an old back injury may have even caused the problem in the first pla…
 
Christine Carter is a clarinetist and music psychology researcher who is interested in effective practice. In this conversation, Christine describes how we can learn to accept and work with our very human tendencies to lose focus during practice by structuring our practice sessions in such a way that they provide the novelty and variety our brains …
 
In this episode, Beth Roars talks to MOBO nominated Gospel Singer Sarah Téibo. Beth and Sarah chat about how to juggle a busy work and family life whilst still creating music with passion. They also get to grips with how to deal with criticism, the difference between leading worship in church compared to performing gigs and address the question - i…
 
In this episode of Good Job with Beth Roars, Beth chats to Classical Crossover Soprano, Joanna Forest. Joanna is the first independent artist to hit number one on the classical music charts and is the winner of the 2019 Future Classic Women Awards. She talks to Beth Roars about her struggle with cancer, why she transitioned from musical theatre to …
 
Janet Horvath was the Associate Principal cellist of the Minnesota Orchestra for 32 years and is the author of Playing (Less) Hurt: An Injury Prevention Guide for Musicians. She has been a passionate advocate for musicians' health since the 1980s and has played an important role in building bridges between the the musical and medical fields and in …
 
Rachel White Galvin is a violist as well as a CrossFit trainer and certified Feldenkrais practitioner. In this conversation, Rachel recounts her own experience with injury and chronic pain and the long journey toward healing. She describes how, in order to get out of pain, she ultimately had to let go of a mindset oriented around constant striving …
 
Tal Varon is a saxophonist and Focusing Trainer based in Isreal. In this conversation, we talk at length about Tal's musical background, including a long break from playing that he took after finishing his post-secondary studies and how he found his way back to music with a restored sense of connection and belonging. We talk about musical identity,…
 
Ruth Phillips is a cellist based in Provence and the creator of The Breathing Bow, a holistic approach to working with musicians that uses the the breath as the starting point for the exploration of physical movement, musical expression, and grounded presence in both practice and performance. In this conversation, we talk about Ruth's musical backg…
 
John Howell Morrison is a composer, educator, and long-time educator with an interest in weaving contemplative practice into both his writing and his teaching. In this conversation, John describes how meditation and contemplative practice have inspired his work as a composer and explains how he developed a method of contemplative musical analysis c…
 
Kelly Mollnow Wilson is a flutist, Body Mapping teacher, and Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) Practitioner based in Ohio. In this conversation, we talk about Kelly's background in music and her exploration of a wide range of movement modalities. Kelly explains how NKT works to address pain and dysfunction related to poor communication between the brain a…
 
Dr. Christine Guptill is an oboist, an occupational therapist, and an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, AB. She is a leader in musicians' health research and has been a driver in changing the way musicians train through her work with such institutions as the National Youth Orchestra of Canada. …
 
Madeline Bruser is a pianist and meditation teacher and the founder of the Art of Practicing Institute. Both her book, The Art of Practicing, and the approach to music-making it describes draw on her decades of experience as a musician and meditator to offer a radically new perspective on what it means to be a musician. In this conversation, we tal…
 
Flute player and Body Mapping instructor Vanessa Mulvey is a movement enthusiast with a thirst for continued learning and integration. In this conversation, we explore Vanessa's various movement adventures, including natural movement, Core Movement Integration, and trapeze(!) and how these have shaped and informed her life as a musician and educato…
 
In this week's episode, the tables are turned as guest host Daniel Fuchs talks to Karen about music, mindfulness, movement, and more. The conversation goes in lots of different directions, exploring how and why Karen found her way to mindfulness and somatic movement practices, ways to manage injury, ways to think about pain and injury, and how unde…
 
Violist and movement educator Kayleigh Miller is on a mission to empower musicians to learn more about their bodies in order to have more fluid technique, a stronger embodied connection to music, and fewer injuries. In this conversation, we take a look at common assumptions about stretching and strengthening and how these assumptions, if they remai…
 
Tina Margareta Nilssen is a pianist and educator based in Oslo, Norway. Through her unique system of movement and body awareness education, Timani, Tina has helped thousands of musicians access their potential and play with greater physical ease and musical depth. In this conversation we talk about Tina's background as a reluctant body nerd, the ba…
 
Jennifer Johnson is a violinist and licensed Andover Educator who travels all over the world teaching musicians to move according to the design of their bodies in order to address and prevent playing injuries. In this conversation we talk about Jennifer's journey of recovery from injury -- a journey which eventually led her to Body Mapping. We disc…
 
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