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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.
 
Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know" Each Monday I spend time with musicians from the Blues-Roots-Americana Genres and let them tell their story in their words. Many guests return over and over with new music and I have been honored with over 36 World Premiers over the years.
 
Introductions is WFMT’s weekly Saturday morning program that features talented pre-college classical musicians in the Chicago area. Soloists and chamber ensembles perform live in WFMT’s Levin Performance Studio. Large ensembles, including orchestras, choirs, and bands, are recorded at their home venues and broadcast at later dates. The program also features youth music competition winners. While many students who appear on Introductions pursue other careers, some have gone on to study music ...
 
Composers Datebook™ is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present, with appropriate and accessible music related to each.
 
Hi! I am your host Seamus Evely :) Let me tell you a couple of things that you can expect with this podcast. It has been said to me by many listeners that this podcast is unique, honest, insightful, entertaining, and highly educational. I also hear a lot of feedback about my laugh! Yes, I try to keep this show fun but it is serious too. My mission is to gain deep insights from some of the greatest drummers on planet Earth. Connect one to one with my audience. Deepen my own sense of what matt ...
 
This weekly podcast brings to life Modern Drummer, the world’s #1 drumming resource, with fresh, fun, and insightful conversations with today’s top drummers, producers, musicians, beat makers and craftsmen. A perfect companion for magazine subscribers and new listeners alike. Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist drummer, musician, programmer and/or producer, this show is for 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 ...
 
Founded in 1986 by a group of prominent musicians and chamber music devotees for the purpose of building an internationally-recognized Chicago institution devoted to the study and performance of chamber music, CCME began as the resident ensemble of 98.7WFMT, presenting free monthly First Monday performances at The Chicago Cultural Center and broadcast on WFMT.
 
Guildhall School is a vibrant, international community of young musicians, actors and production artists in the heart of the City of London. Ranked as one of the top ten performing arts institutions in the world (QS World University Rankings 2019), and recently awarded top conservatoire in the Complete University Guide Music League Table 2020, the School is a global leader of creative and professional practice which promotes innovation, experiment and research, with over 1,000 students in hi ...
 
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 ...
 
"One of the musical wonders of the world" - The Guardian The Australian Chamber Orchestra travels a remarkable road. This 17-piece string orchestra lives and breathes music, making waves around the world for their explosive performances and brave interpretations. Steeped in history but always looking to the future, ACO programs embrace celebrated classics alongside new commissions, and adventurous cross-artform collaborations.
 
Imaginary Worlds is a bi-weekly podcast about science fiction and other fantasy genres. Host Eric Molinsky talks with novelists, screenwriters, comic book artists, filmmakers, and game designers about their craft of creating fictional worlds. The show also looks at the fan experience, exploring what makes us suspend our disbelief, and what happens when that spell is broken. Fantasy worlds may be set in distant planets or parallel dimensions, but they are crafted here on Earth and on some lev ...
 
WHRO arts and culture reporter Rebecca Weinstein brings you a fresh, exciting take on our vibrant local arts scene. A seasoned writer and classically trained soprano with a commitment to expanding audiences for the arts, she grew up and discovered her love of the performing arts in the Hampton Roads area, studied music at the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, and honed her arts writing skills while living and working in the Washington, D.C. area. Rebecca is your friendly, knowle ...
 
Spinning Thoughts is dedicated to supporting and lifting up the music community with inclusive content, in-depth band interviews, exclusive new music premieres, audio versions of album reviews and more. Hosted by Angelo Gargaro with contributions from many of his friends from around the world, Spinning Thoughts seeks to inspire others and embrace the ethos to “share music, spread love.” Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spinning-thoughts/support
 
A place for artists and entrepreneurs to build the elite skills you need to live the life you want. It's not about what winners do, it's about who they become. Learn the secrets that successful people know, but nobody will teach you in school. Come here for weekly inspiration, motivation and coaching so you can start living your life without compromise.
 
Computers LIVE is a podcast made using Native Instruments Reaktor, Ableton Live Software and a few Japanese Midi Controllers. The show is streamed online and new shows are posted monthly. Themes are selected, modified and reworked until a Futuristic Bass Experience emerges. Drum and Bass, Jungle unlike anything you have ever experienced. Computers LIVE is a monthly podcast featuring exclusive releases of Drum n Bass, Dubstep, Hip Hop, IDM, EDM, DNB, Trance, Trap, Techno music. Made in Los An ...
 
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SEAN CHAMBERS – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Sean will join me to talk about his new album, That’s What I’m Talking About, his tribute to Hubert Sumlin. MEMPHIS LIGHTNING Both Lightnin’ and his dad Red will join me to talk about their adventure and the last year of their lives, and the album Borrowed Time. CLINT MORGAN – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Clint returns to…
 
The Kingston Chamber Music Festival is the subject of this week's program with Natalie Zhu, Artistic Director, Pam Hunter, Ex. Director and Betsy Marcotte, President. We talk about the upcoming Festival and listen to some of the amazing music that will be presented at URI. This year the Festival will also air on WCRI. For more information you can g…
 
Welcome to Classical Uncovered – a podcast designed to demystify corners of the classical music world. All areas of human endeavor have their special terms which are normal and natural to those in the know. But for those unfamiliar with that language, it can appear strange or even alienating. Classical music is no different. Over 10 episodes, class…
 
Dan's Song of the Week is "San Dimas High School Football Rules" from The Ataris! What's your favorite song from The Ataris? Let us know on social media! Like the video on YouTube if you enjoy this content and subscribe with notifications so you never miss a thing! Tune in every Thursday at Midnight ET on idobi Radio for all new premiere episodes: …
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1941, this notice appeared in the “Radio Concerts” section of The New York Times, as the 3pm listing for New York’s WABC: “Bernard Herrmann directs the Columbia Symphony in the world premiere of his Symphony No. 1.” The notice also offered these words from the 30-year-old composer: “My symphony was written in my spare ti…
 
TOMMY Z – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Tommy Z is back with new music. The album, Plug In & Play. The album contains 11 tracks and features Tom Hambridge. We will find out all that is new in his world since his last visit back in 2016. REVEREND FREAKCHILD – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC The Rev returns for his 7th visit to The Couch. His album is entitled Supramundan…
 
This week we feature Jodie DeSalvo, concert pianist that's featured in the Brother's Keeper Concert series. We'll listen to examples of her music from her CDs, discuss her career and how she became part of the events at St. Peter's By The Sea. Concerts this year are on July 28th, August 18th and September 9th. For more information and tickets you c…
 
An exquisitely rhapsodic cycle of music, it is a transformative journey of consciousness—with lyrics that offer a new vocabulary of mantra. Originally composed as "modern mantras" or plain chants for listening or joining in, these epiphanic rounds, voiced a cappella, return us to the spiritual origins of all song- the merging of words and music to …
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1791 Mozart’s sixth child, christened Franz Xaver, was born in Vienna. Mozart nicknamed the new arrival “Wowi” and everyone said the baby was the spitting image of papa, even down to the distinctive Mozart ears. The baby’s mother, Constanze, claimed her husband predicted the child would become a musician when he noticed …
 
“It’s been told to me that our minds are like Teflon when it comes to positive and velcro when it comes to the negative.” Try Drumeo Edge for free for 7 days We are back with Larnell Lewis! Our first episode dealt with Larnell ranking some facets of drumming in order of their importance and I think we all learned a lot from that one. Today though, …
 
Synopsis In July of 1936, this notice concerning an upcoming Hollywood Bowl concert appeared in The Los Angeles Times: “William Grant Still will conduct two of his own works.” The nonchalance of the paper’s music and dance critic overlooked the fact that the occasion marked the first time that an African-American conductor would lead a major Americ…
 
We present conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra’s next installment of The British Project. This release marks the third chapter of the project, presenting works by Elgar and Vaughan Williams after last October’s release of Britten’s Sinfonia da Requiem. Which was followed earlier this year by a second install…
 
Today we hear from violinist Isabella Brown in her winner’s recital following her success in the 2020 Crain-Maling Foundation CSO Young Artist Competition. She performs works by Johannes Brahms, Amy Beach, James Newton Howard and Henryk Wieniawski with pianist Milana Pavchinskaya. Thank you to the Music Institute of Chicago for letting WFMT record …
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1938, a new opera by the 74-year-old German composer Richard Strauss had its premiere at the Munich National Theater. It was entitled “Friedenstag” or “Peace Day” – a rather ironic title, considering a Second World War was imminent. The opera’s story takes place during the Thirty Years War in 17th century Germany. The mi…
 
Max Cooper Remix Polynation Remix Afrodeutsch "Palm of My Hand" Remix Alva Noto Remodel Colin Benders Rework Hanging D Cello Octet Amsterdam Version Purchase the music (without talk) at: http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1376/Zero_%28Hanging_D_Remixes%29.html Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by …
 
In this podcast: 1. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 2. Ensemble Mirable, 3. Pellingmans' Saraband, 4. Trio Dafne, 5. Poeticall Musicke, 6. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 7. Ernst Stolz, 8. Wildcat Viols, 9. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 10. Music for a Winter's Eve, 11. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 12. SCD, 13. Gilles Zimmermann, 14. SCD, 15. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 16. Poetic…
 
Synopsis Today is National Hot Dog Day, but we’re taking this opportunity to celebrate the non-grill variety, namely the Weiner dog or dachshund, a breed beloved of some famous composers and performers. Leonard Bernstein was passionate about the many dachshund he owned, all named Henry, and once on a flight to Paris, booked a seat for a furry passe…
 
The Nicola Benedetti Baroque Orchestra performs: Geminiani: Concerto Grosso in D minor, H. 143 "La Folia" Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in D Major, RV, 211 Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in E-flat Major, RV. 257 Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in B minor, RV. 386 Purchase the music (without talk) at: http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1374/Baroque.html Your purc…
 
A guest mix from Nimble Fingered Primate Shaolin Monkey who has been tearing up the festival circuit for the last 15 years, he is a resident at Kendal Calling festival as well as Bluedot. Inspired by the golden era of NY Loft parties and early Hip Hop block parties he is a keen record collector / selector which is heard in his DJ sets combining eve…
 
This week's Modern Drummer Podcast features the newest member of the MD Hall of Fame, The Queen of Percussion, Sheila E. Join Billy Amendola and David Frangioni as they announce the award to Sheila and congratulate her as the first woman ever to be inducted in the magazine’s 45 year history of the MD’s Reader’s Poll HOF.Sit back, relax and listen t…
 
Synopsis The Latin word “juvenilia” is used for works produced in an artist’s youth. Sometimes, as in the case of Mozart or Mendelssohn, these early works are still worth hearing. Other composer’s juvenilia, such as the early, bombastic concert overtures of Richard Wagner, are seldom granted more than one hearing – if that. Take his “Columbus” Over…
 
Every year, I like to play a full-length version of an interview from a previous episode where a lot of great material ended up on the proverbial cutting room floor. In 2019, I interviewed the comic book creators Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner about their three-year run on the Harley Quinn comic book series. And the way they reinvented the chara…
 
The album follows the theme of growing up and becoming an adult. The songs tell of the nitty-gritty middle of trying to find your way. The new album from Bad Luck. dropped July 9, 2021 via Take This To Heart Records. What's your favorite song off the album? Let us know in the comments below! Review written by Elliott Spagat. Tune in every Thursday …
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1838, the crew of the American ship Otis, docked at a harbor in Venezuela, discovered that one of their passengers had died in his cabin. He was the German inventor and one-time business associate of Beethoven, Johann Nepomuk Maelzel. Maelzel was born in Regensburg in 1772, the son of an organ builder. Perhaps a childhoo…
 
In this weeks 95.9 Company Break program Mike talks with Charlie Leonard Vice President of Janney Montgomery Scott Financial Advisers. Putting clients first is the way they do business! They provide individuals, families, businesses, and institutions with tailored financial advice. Whether you have questions about an investment strategy, comprehens…
 
Dan's Song of the Week is "Everything You Want Me to Be" from Coldfront! What's your favorite song from Coldfront? Tell us in the comments down below! Like the video if you enjoy this content and subscribe with notifications so you never miss a thing! Tune in every Thursday at Midnight ET on idobi Radio for all new premiere episodes: https://idobi.…
 
Synopsis Today’s date marks the premiere of two chamber works from the 1920s, both landmark and transitional works from two of the 20th century’s most influential composers. On this date in 1920, at London’s Wigmore Hall, the Swiss conductor Ernest Ansermet led the first performance of a “Grand Suite” from Igor Stravinsky’s biting anti-war stage fa…
 
Theatre By The Sea is the subject of this week's program with Jana Robbins and Haley Swindal. We talk about their concert on July 24th and listen to some of the music they will perform that night. For more information you can call (401) 782-8587, or go to www.theatrebythesea.com​By Classical 95.9-FM WCRI
 
Synopsis In 1961, a new and difficult work for strings announced the arrival of a composer with a new and difficult name for non-Polish speakers to pronounce: Krzysztof Penderecki. Having lived as a young man under Nazi occupation and then under Poland’s repressive and ultra-conservative Communist regime, it’s not surprising, perhaps, that as a you…
 
“I have to play stuff that I truly love.” Try Drumeo Edge for free for 7 days When I interviewed Todd Sucherman for the top five unique snare drums (and five honorable mentions) we also discussed endorsements. I feel that endorsements will always have a gravitational pull for most of us. If someone gets offered one what do you think the likelihood …
 
Synopsis Today we celebrate the birthday of one of Dvorak’s composition pupils: one Julius Fucik, who was born in Prague on today’s date in 1872. Fucik studied with Dvorak at the Prague Conservatory, where he also took lessons in violin and bassoon – and perhaps only a bassoonist could have conceived of a work with a prominent bassoon part entitled…
 
Fedora is an opera in three acts by Umberto Giordano to an Italian libretto by Arturo Colautti, based on the 1882 play Fédora by Victorien Sardou. Along with Andrea Chénier and Siberia, it is one of the most notable works of Giordano. Purchase the music (without talk) at: http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1356/Giordano%3A_Fedora.html Your purc…
 
This week on Introductions, two chamber groups from two music schools, both of which reached the quarter-finals of the 2021 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. The Carmen Quartet is entirely made up of high-school senior fellows of the Music Institute of Chicago Academy; and the Golden Trio hails from Midwest Young Artists Conservatory wit…
 
Synopsis Today’s date in 1935 marks the birthday of the American composer Peter Schickele, best known for his outrageous musical parodies supposedly penned by the fictional P.D.Q. Bach, the "last and least of the great Johann Sebastian Bach’s 20-odd children, and the oddest.” Some radio listeners may also have fond memories of the inventive radio s…
 
In this podcast: 1. Poeticall Musicke, 2. Alex McCartney, 3. Poeticall Musicke, 4. Ernst Stolz, 5. Pellingmans' Saraband, 6. Ernst Stolz, 7. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 8. New York Consort of Viols, 9. Dufay Collective, 10. Wildcat Viols, 11. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 12. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 13. Poeticall Musicke, 14. Ernst Stolz, 15. Mediva…
 
Synopsis For most music lovers, the towering genius of Johann Sebastian Bach far overshadows all but a handful of other Baroque composers. But in his own time, there were many other composers far more famous than Bach. Take the case of Johann David Heinichen, who was buried in Dresden on today’s date in 1729. At the time, his royal patron, August t…
 
Canadian pianist Élisabeth Pion, Guildhall Wigmore Recital Prize winner for 2020, joins us to talk about her Wigmore Hall recital.We discuss her programme of much-loved works by Mozart, Beethoven and three French composers from across the ages, her interest in Lili Boulanger, and getting back to performing in front of a live audience. Following the…
 
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