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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
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Choralosophy

Christopher M Munce

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This page is dedicated to driving a conversation for choral musicians with the PHILOSOPHY of Choral Music at the heart of every post and podcast episode. Topics will be wide ranging from the technical aspects of our jobs and careers all the way to the artistic interpretations and values that make us who we are as artists. Join me in this conversation in which I hope we can learn from each other.
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Conversations from the world of classical music hosted by Presto Music's David Smith and Rob Cowan. Guests have included artists such as Jess Gillam, Anna Lapwood and Patricia Kopatchinskaja, and respected writers and critics like Rob Cowan, David Hurwitz and Andrew Mellor. Visit us at www.prestomusic.com
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The Texas State University School of Music annually hosts notable figures in choral music today. TXST Choirs Today! Dr. Jonathan Babcock of the Texas State Choral Faculty interviews our campus visitors on their music, their passion and their craft. Guests include conductors Craig Hella Johnson (Artistic Director, Conspirare), Z. Randall Stroope (Director of Choral Activities, Oklahoma State University) & Craig Jessop (conductor emeritus The Mormon Tabernacle Choir), as well as composers Gwyn ...
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Choral Chihuahua is a podcast in which British choral directors chat about things that matter to them: composers they love, points of technique, classic but also niche choral works, other groups and singers they admire. With a light touch, Eamonn Dougan, Robert Hollingworth and now also Nicholas Mulroy chew the choral cud about how (and why) you do it and what they've learnt along the way. Choral Chihuahua is brought to you by I Fagiolini and University of York Music and produced by Polyphon ...
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Irish Choral Podcast

Irish Choral Podcast

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The Association of Irish Choirs (AOIC) supports and promotes all forms of choral music in Ireland. We do this through a range of programmes and activities designed to respond to the needs of our members, the wider choral community and the public.
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Ellie and Ally invite a special guest each episode to choose the music for their ideal Choral Evensong. Find us on: Twitter @magnifichat | Instagram magnifichat.podcast | Website www.magnifichat.co.uk
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In Unison

Mission: Orange

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Choir lovers, rejoice! Join International Orange Chorale Director Zane Fiala and SF Chorister Giacomo DiGrigoli as they interview notable choral composers, conductors, and singers, review new and notable performances, chat about the Bay Area choral scene, and cover some of the larger questions, issues, and topics of interest affecting all of us in the choral community. More at https://www.inunisonpodcast.com
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Welcome to Musical Roots: a classical music podcast hosted by international trumpet soloist Matilda Lloyd. Hear from guests from every corner of the industry about their musical journeys, from successes to challenges, and discover how they got to where they are today. Follow Musical Roots on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musicalrootspodcast Musical Roots podcast website: https://www.musicalroots.co.uk/
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Sacred Nine Project Podcast is an extension of Sacred Nine Project (sacrednine.com). The podcast thrives in the tension between the beauty and uniqueness of American music (particularly 18thc and 19thc) and the oddities and often problematic worldviews it reveals. By taking a look at this body of work, we can learn a lot about our country’s history, which tells a great deal about our country today, and ourselves. Join music professor and vocal/choral performer, C. Leonard Raybon, as he champ ...
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Cymber Lily Quinn is an award-winning professional harpist, who has been featured on National Public Radio and Hawaii Public Radio. She has been named a Celebrity Artist by the National Association of Pen Women, and has been awarded five Big Island Music Awards for New Age Music. Cymber weaves world, classical, jazz & New Age music into pioneering interior journeys for the soul. and Nature into soundscapes of inner peace.In normal times, she is a sought-after Meditation Harpist and Storytell ...
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Choral Cacophony Podcast

Stairwell Carollers

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From live rehearsal audio with The Stairwell Carollers, each Podcast is 7 minutes or less. For singers who want to improve performance - solo or in chorus. Warmups, ear training, rehearsal and challenging vocal gymnastics with Director Pierre Massie are fun and engaging. Live and fresh, the Choral Cacophony Podcast will help any vocalist develop their range, enunciation, breath control and vocal quality. Sound advice for singers who want to improve their listening, rhythm and pronunciation f ...
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The Choir Baton podcast conducts stories, ideas, and inspiration with people about choir and life. Join host, Beth Philemon, on solo episodes and interviews on choir Together we ask questions, seek understanding, and share insight from our experiences in life and in choir - and to connect the Choir Baton mission of #MorePeopleSinging - For more information visit ChoirBaton.com
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Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
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The purpose of the Majestic Music Podcast is to edify and help encourage others in their spiritual walk through sharing a curated list of sacred choral and instrumental music that features congregational hymns. The program is also delivered with Rob's own blend of inspirational insight and relevant life application of God's Word with stories drawn from pastor Rob's own life.
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This Week from China’s National Centre for the Performing Arts showcases the best-in-class musicianship of the orchestra of Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) and its affiliated programmes in choral music, traditional Chinese forms, opera, and more. With a focus on presenting familiar Western masterworks alongside new and traditional Chinese composers, Maestro Lv Jia and the NCPA Orchestra are sure to delight casual listeners and classical aficionados alike.
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Radio LUMI

Luminato Festival Toronto

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Radio LUMI provides exclusive content of Luminato Festival Toronto, with live-from-location reporting, behind-the-scenes content, audio descriptions of festival programs, artist interviews, and deep dives into each Festival event, as well as other exciting content created by members of the blind and low vision community, along with two audio describers. Station ID composed by G.R. Gritt.
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Bite sized singing tips for anyone who wants a little guidance. I bring common questions and singing ideas right to your ears! Maybe it will help you become a better singer or performer. Hopefully you will learn something that works for your voice. Although I've studied voice since I was a kid, I have been teaching voice for six years and have had hundreds of students of all ages. B.A. from the University of Michigan in Choral Music Education. More about me at www.oliviapeck.com. Support thi ...
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Chatter Vox

Vox Chamber Choir & Franco Prinsloo

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Chatter Vox is the official podcast of Vox Chamber Choir. The choir was founded in 2017 by composer, Franco Prinsloo, as an instrument for showcasing his choral compositions. The choir has since grown into a semi-professional choir renowned for its recordings and cutting edge live performances. The podcast features fascinating discussions about concerts, collaborating artists, debut performances and recordings. Our guests will include poets, fine artists, performance artists, filmakers, musi ...
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Star Singer; Voice Lessons, Singing Lessons and Tips About Singing

Tiffany VanBoxtel: Singing instructor and Confidence Building Expert

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This podcast is for singers who want to improve their performances and auditions. Your host, Tiffany VanBoxtel helps you to bring out your best performances and continue to improve your singing through tips, training, and guest experts. Subscribe for a new episode every Tuesday.
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Welcome to the Song Saloon! Hi, I'm Jordan Smith Reynolds. I'm an LA based singer-songwriter interviewing artists I admire. If you love discovering new music, listening to intimate live performances, and conversations exploring the creative process…you’ve come to the right place! Each episode of the Song Saloon features an artist through the lens of a song. It starts with a live performance, followed by an interview with the songwriter about the featured song, and ends with the final recorde ...
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Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast

Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast

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You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your host Dr. Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Church docume ...
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On March 17 the Archbishops of Canterbury and York closed all the churches of the Church of England for public worship. The buildings now lie quiet. But the church of God is never silent and we at St Bartholomew hope to bring you some of this joyful noise out into the world. The service of Evensong is one of the great treasures of the Church of England. It is something which can be enjoyed at home wherever you are, almost as much as it can be enjoyed in a beautiful building.We hope the music ...
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The Podcast for Conductors and Students. On Podium Time we interview professional, established, and emerging conductors and teachers from orchestras, symphonies, ballets, operas, and bands around the globe. We dig into the weeds of score study, rehearsal, leadership, musicianship, education, classical and contemporary composers, and all the things that they don't teach us in school. Please visit https://PodiumTimePod.com to view show notes and all episodes.
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After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators is a music education podcast from Amro Music Stores, Inc. Our After Hours podcast host, Nick Averwater, facilitates engaging conversations each week with band directors, private music teachers, general music educators, orchestra directors, and other music industry professionals just like you. Each podcast guest shares practical advice on things like classroom management in your band program, placing beginners on instruments, band and orchestra r ...
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Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride! Contact us on fromthehorsebox@gmail.com we would love any feedb ...
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Icons/Idols: Irene

The Byzantine Choral Project

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The unlikely story of a child bride who ascends to the heart of Byzantine power. Harboring a treasonous secret that marks her as the enemy of her husband and son, Irene must finally choose her side in the iconoclastic wars. With a haunting score inspired by Byzantine Chant, and featuring the voices of ten women and non-binary performers, ICONS/IDOLS: IRENE is a sweeping story of ambition, sacrifice, and the struggle to make something new out of a shattered world. A twelve-episode musical aud ...
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Glee Club Smarties™

Jeffrey Eric Funk

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Jeffrey Eric Funk has written hundreds of choral works published by Warner Bros. Publications. His music has also been published by CPP/Belwin, Hope Publishing Company and Carl Fischer Music. He wrote the opening song for the millennium NBC telecast of the 74th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. He is the composer, lyricist and creator of Glee Club Smarties™ A New Musical.
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Choral History is a podcast dedicated to conversations with choir conductors from around the world. We explore the choral art form from the inside with honest talk from the artists themselves. The conversations are light-hearted and fun, but also honest and real, and explore the work of the conductor as you’ve probably never heard it before.
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“I haven’t moved exclusively to doing multicultural music in our classroom, but I have done a lot of music that has a positive message that they can relate to. If this song has nothing to do with them, no matter how much I love it, no matter how epic or famous this is, the students will have a hard time connecting to it. I’m not saying that everyth…
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Standard music notation that is now used ubiquitously around the world does some things really well. But it also has limitation. Katerina Gimon is a composer who is actively working to dream up new ways to use notation to communicate sound ideas to musicians that expand our written music vocabulary. Katerina first exploded onto the choral scene in …
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What is new music? And new when? How tricky does it get for singers? Can composers hear what they write? Could they in 1375? Fascinating discussion with composer James Weeks and Lucy Goddard of Exaudi Vocal Ensemble which has attempted the parts other ensembles daren't reach! TRACKS : (1) Michael Finnissy - Tom Fool's Wooing; Exaudi Vocal Ensemble …
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Send us a Text Message. Today's episode I meet with Jeffrey Derus, our first featured choral composer! I think you'll find there is a lot in common with songwriting and composing choral works. This featured song is performed by Choral Arts Initiative, a small ensemble choir that I sing in that exclusively performs works by living composers. We rece…
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For one night only, celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Canada’s first professional choir specializing in Afrocentric music, with this must-see performance. “And Still We Sing…Missa Afro-Brasileira: A Syncretism of Voice and Dance” by The Nathaniel Dett Chorale erases the divisions between the sacred, the secular, the popu…
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Hot on the heels of 2022's Phases comes a second album from acclaimed young singer-composer Heloïse Werner, Close-Ups. Drawing together works by Bingen, Strozzi, the French Baroque composer Julie Pinel, and Errollyn Wallen, it also features compositions by Werner herself - including Les Leçons du Mardi, an acerbic, witty piece biting back against c…
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Radio LUMI goes back on location to David Pecaut Square for an amazing display of acrobatic skill and circus swagger with the internationally acclaimed 360 ALLSTARS. To help describe the troupe’s outrageous BMX, breakdancing, and basketball tricks to our host Christine Malec, JJ Hunt gets a big assist from guest describer Janis Mayers. Buckle up fo…
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“I cannot believe I’ve been muzzled by my own people.” All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, CA cancelled a concert that was set for June 2nd, 2024 citing the “pain and anguish felt by 18 Black members of the church.” The response was that Michal and the choir, and the music they were set to perform from the African American cultural and musical…
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Send us a Text Message. Brad Miles is a singer/songwriter based in Texas. He’s written, played, and performed music for nearly three decades. He writes honest, heartfelt, accesible, and emotionally vulnerable Americana/Country. I do want to add a trigger warning for this episode, we do get into some heavy topics both in the song and the interview, …
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This week's service includes settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Thomas Tallis, Preces and Responses by Richard Ayleward, and Teach Me, O Lord by William Byrd. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral Evensong is a service of Evening Prayer, derived from the ancient offices of Vespers and Compline…
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Juneteenth marks the date on June 19, 1865, when news of the Emancipation Proclamation finally reached the last remaining enslaved people in Texas. We talk with Davidson College historian Hilary Green about how Texas commemorations in the 19th century led to the declaration of a national holiday in 2021. We also get an overview of the Juneteenth ev…
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In I Am From Reykjavik, artist Sonia Hughes invites us to forge meaningful connections in unexpected places, and examine our relationship with time and space, by building and dismantling a small home in public places. To capture the day-long, lived performance, host JJ Hunt followed Sonia and the Luminato crew to Toronto’s Withrow Park on a recent …
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Robert chats to Sammy about his new album of Monteverdi / Purcell and songs from South America 'De pasión mortal' and learns about the history and music of the Clergy Support Trust's May festival. Also a development with the 'Music & Pregnancy' episode. Listen to De pasión mortal by Nicholas Mulroy on Apple Music https://apple.co/3wZ1gNB Support th…
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On Friday June 7, Luminato in the Square at David Pecault Square swung into action with the opening night of nine days of music, art, food, crafts, and that urban festival feel. JJ Hunt was on hand to describe the scene, with Christine Malec joining in from her home studio. Listen in for performances from the main stage by Elder Duke and Jeremy Dut…
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“From my first ACDA in 1991 to ACDA now: complete reversal. People are not afraid to perform something that moves the soul, and in 1991 nobody did it. Now people are digging in and not being afraid. I applaud all of my fellow choral conductors for being fearless and not being afraid to tell the stories that mean something.” Tim Seelig is a conducto…
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Recorded live at the Art Gallery of Ontario on June 5th, 2024, this on location episode documents and describes Miles Greenberg’s RESPAWN, co-commissioned and co-presented by the AGO and Luminato Festival Toronto. With a microphone in hand, describer and host JJ Hunt captures the chest-rumbling thrums and excited audience chatter that accompany Gre…
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What do we know about music in the earliest liturgies celebrated in Ireland? Did sacred music and the liturgy develop as a distinguishable "Celtic rite" in Ireland? What impact did the Church in Ireland, and specifically the monastic impact of Ireland, have on the European continent? We discuss these and other questions with Dr. Ann Buckley, a visi…
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The scientific consensus is that our ability to understand human speech has evolved over hundreds of thousands of years. After all, there are whole portions of the brain devoted to human speech. We learn to understand speech before we can even walk, and can seamlessly absorb enormous amounts of information simply by hearing it. Surely we evolved th…
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This week's service includes settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Malcolm Archer (Berkshire Service), Preces and Responses by Malcolm Archer, and My Song is Love Unknown by Malcolm Archer. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral Evensong is a service of Evening Prayer, derived from the ancient off…
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Get to know Hannah Hadassah Hickok Smith with me. A fascinating woman and worthy of song! I will develop a Sacred Nine Project about her "if I live," as she would say! Check out Sacred Nine Project: The Mending Sampler, which is referenced in this episode. Check out the Connecticut Museum of Culture and History & the Historical Society of Glastonbu…
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Miles Greenberg is a sculptor and performance artist based out of New York. His Luminato performance, RESPAWN, where he features as the primary performer, is a strikingly lengthy 7 hour durational performance piece inspired by first person shooter video games. Only wielding a sword, he defends himself from a moving camera on a crane. Listen to lear…
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In this episode host, Theodore Walker Robinson Theodore interviews the world class Ivory Coast choreographer Oulouy about his career and the story of the dance crew Supa Rich kids ahead of their presentation of Afrikan Party at the Luminato Festival Toronto. Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture by Ytasha Womack The Dreamer an…
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Bach Akademie Charlotte’s 2024 Bach Festival returns to various locations around Charlotte and this year’s festival is called “Bach Akademie Charlotte Goes to Italy.” While it is indeed a Bach festival, it’s bookended by opening and closing concerts that focus on music from Italy, namely Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 . We …
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Having worked in Catholic classical education for decades, Mark Langley knows the place of music in Catholic education, and has built schools in which every student is enabled to learn and sing chant and polyphonic works from the Church's sacred music treasury. Join us for a discussion about where music figures into the educational structure, and s…
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This week's service includes settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Charles Villiers Stanford (Evening Service in B-flat), Preces and Responses by Kenneth Leighton, O Taste and See by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Te Deum in B-flat by Charles Villiers Stanford. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral E…
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This year the Berliner Philharmoniker celebrates two anniversaries, with the online Digital Concert Hall turning 15, and the Berliner Philharmoniker label marking its first decade. Rob Cowan spoke to Olaf Maninger, who alongside a busy schedule as principal cellist with the orchestra, is General Manager of Berlin Phil Media GmbH, and has been one o…
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Christine and JJ sit down to interview Duane Bobbsemple. Duane is creating installations to be displayed in Toronto's subway stations as part of this year's Luminato Festival. The trio reflect on the power, importance, and possibilities of the shared spaces we so often take for granted.By Luminato Festival Toronto
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Every year Luminato offers a long list of shows, concerts and public art pieces. Many of those experiences are interactive. Hosts JJ Hunt and Rebecca Singh tell us how we can participate more in these interactive experiences. Audio Description of Raphael Montañez Ortiz’s Cowboy/Indian, and Guided Tactile Description of Andy Warhol’s Black Rhinocero…
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DJ and multi-disciplinary artist, Sarah Barrable-Tishauer, discusses the raves she organizes as part of her work. However, these aren't the type of raves you imagine when you hear the word "rave". These are inclusive, safe, and transformative, and seek to create collective utopias where self-expression can thrive, while maintaining the distinctive …
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Trumpeter Rodney Marsalis is a member of the famous New Orleans musical family and the leader of the Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass. We talk to Marsalis about his career and the group's upcoming concert at Gardner-Webb University. Learn more about the Summer in the Springs with the Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass Concert Pictured: Th…
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Standard #1 from NAfME is the best one I think. “Singing alone AND in small groups a varied repertoire of music.” It is of course, crucial in vocal and general music. But it’s value is also present in instrumental focused courses as well. In this return of “Car Thoughts” I will take you through a short explanation of how I conceive of individual si…
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When we proposed this podcast episode to define a theoretical "MBA of Philip Brunelle," his response was, "good luck." Turns out there's plenty to reveal. And it all starts with that most important trait/skill/characteristic: Curiosity. "It must be your north star," Philip replies. We began at the beginning: 55 years ago Philip founded an arts orga…
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“I have fallen deeply in love with looking at a piece, seeing what it is, and realizing that there are no real absolutes in music. There are no rules. You have to look at each piece of music for what it is and consider it in its historical and cultural context and then find out enough about the composer. It feels like a journey, a rabbit hole that …
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Send us a Text Message. The glorious world of country clothing seen through the eyes of Patrick Barker from Crichton Bespoke. He creates a 'Saville Row experience' in the North of England, through his shop in Chester, which incorporates 'The Disguisery' cocktail bar. From hunt coat repairs, shooting tweeds to an orange suit, this is the place for t…
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Richard and Eric try to locate the intersection point of emotion and performance. They not only attempt to differentiate the difference between how emotion works for the audience versus performer, but also debate the value and perception of emotion's usefulness as a performer of music. Do we overvalue, or misjudge, emotion in the act of performance…
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This week's service includes settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Kenneth Leighton (Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense), Preces and Responses by John Barnard, O Holy Spirit, Lord of Grace by Christopher Tye and Loquebantur variis linguis by Thomas Tallis. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral Evenso…
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This never-the-same-twice show written and performed by Dora-award winning Haley McGee, is a gripping story about how our relationship with mortality shapes the way we live. Inspired by hospices, mystics and trips to the cemetery, Age is a Feeling wrestles with our endless chances to change course while we’re alive. Charting the seminal moments, ri…
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Join us for a discussion with the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore J. Cordileone, about principles every Catholic should learn so that they can think with the mind of the Church about sacred music. We discuss the purpose and nature of sacred music, how it sounds, what effect it has on us, and how it expresses time, culture, and emotions. To l…
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“I grew up thinking that we should sound like the music we're singing. There was never one right way for me. There are those great choral traditions where they sing everything a certain way. I never wanted to be that way. We can do seven different pieces in seven entirely different styles. You would think, 'is that the same choir?' That's something…
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“Because of music, in this time and space, we can hold hands. And we can sing a common song.” From a story Steven tells in this episode to illustrate the ways that music CAN help us transcend the issues that divide us. Dr. Steven Hankle directs the choirs at University of Dayton in Ohio. Steven caught my attention recently with a very vulnerable po…
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Richard and Eric wonder about the goings-on of music and performance in dreams. What piece is heard there? Who wrote that piece? What ensemble performed the piece you heard in the dream? Is there anything to be learned from those questions? Maybe there is something similar going on when a conductor references their mental/aural imagery when adjudic…
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Charles Cole joins us with clips from the recent release of the London Oratory Schola's album, Sacred Treasures of Venice. We discuss the crucial role played by Venetian music in the history of sacred choral music, and the particularly fertile atmosphere at St. Mark's Basilica in Venice at the end of the 16th century. Learn more about the London Or…
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This week's service includes settings of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Thomas Attwood Walmisley (Evening Service in D Minor), Preces and Responses by Stephen Caracciolo, Hail, Gladdening Light by Charles Wood and All Wisdom Cometh from the Lord by Philip Moore. Sung at the close of day in cathedrals and churches throughout the world, Choral E…
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Luminato will take over David Pecaut Square again this year for the duration of the festival. Luminato in the Square, our free festival hub will delight festival-goers with concerts, performances, activities, food, and markets for that summer festival feeling in downtown Toronto. Host Christine Malec interviews the Creative Programmer, Veronica Bar…
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In the third episode about issues facing female singers, Eamonn again talks to Dr Jenevora Williams and Charlotte Mobbs about how physical and mental changes affect singing, with contributions from several female colleagues. TRACKS : (1) Tomás Luis de Victoria - Ne timeas Maria; The Sixteen / Harry Christophers - Listen on Apple Music https://apple…
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The Salisbury Symphony has been looking for a new music director this season, and they will audition their final candidate at their concert called "Hope and Lifting." Daniel Wiley will conduct the orchestra in music of Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, and Omar Thomas. Wiley is currently assistant conductor with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Pops. …
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