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In the magical world of Hearth, learning magic is as dangerous as it is exciting. You’ll be pleased to know that Magus Elgar is one of the finest Casters out there. With luck, he might finally have a student that lives through the lessons. Join Magus Elgar and the Magical Anomaly Inter-dimensional Locators (M.A.I.L) as they search the world for Scientific Tools Augmented with Magical Power (S.T.A.M.P.s), Encountering animated chicken nuggets, crazy wizards, giant goo monsters, and a cornucop ...
 
The Black Eastern Chipmunk Squad has a new member. Elgar is straight off of the bunny sleigh and has always wanted to be a secret agent. His leader, Jasna (a girl!) is so nice that she’s letting one of her men take him into the woods to train. Elgar’s never been in the woods alone before, so he’s super excited. But what’s he to do when he finds more than he expects during his training? Who knows what will happen in the woods when fowl play is involved? First serialized on Colbyjack.net.
 
Welcome to Boston Symphony Orchestra's Concert Preview Podcast for music programs being performed by the BSO for the 2018-2019 season. We hope you find these previews and videos, as well as the program notes educational, insightful and entertaining, and as always, if you would like to learn more about the Boston Symphony Orchestra, please visit www.bso.org.
 
You’ll love Open Rehearsal in London! This exciting programme of events, running from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October '06, will enable you to sample the world-class music, theatre and dance that London offers - for free. If you’ve never set foot inside a concert hall, or you’d like a bit of inspiration about what to do, here’s a cut-out-and-keep A to Z guide to classical music and the Open Rehearsal weekend. For more information, visit www.openrehearsal.co.uk
 
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The Thought Room is a combination of edge-of-your-seat storytelling and groundbreaking interviews with celebrated thought-leaders from around the world. Recorded remotely everywhere from hotel rooms in New York City, to a camper van in Maine; from the coastal forests of Costa Rica, to a picnic blanket amongst grapes in a vineyard in Sedona---host Hallie Rose captures rich, face-to-face interviews and intimate storytelling in a variety of eccentric locations. Through a collection of captivati ...
 
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Stories forged in the fires of imagination. Producers of Anansi Storytime. This show is for our non-fairy tale based stories. Featuring * Audio Drama Showcase - Playing and reviewing Audio/Radio Dramas * Original Stories - A variety of our own stories for your enjoyment. This show is part of the Story Forge Network.
 
Welcome to the Soundcloud page for conductor Robin Browning. Passionate, versatile and charismatic - conductor Robin Browning is impressing audiences, orchestras and critics in the UK and abroad. Robin's expanding performance-diary and discography show his increasing popularity, both in the concert hall and recording studio.
 
Alexa Silvaggio is a wellness entrepreneur based in Los Angeles. She is a teacher, writer, podcast host, retreat leader and CEO of Ritch Chocolate Rituals, a mindfulness chocolate brand. She encourages you to cultivate a more loving relationship with your body, and self, through all she teaches, and through the incredible guests she has on this very show. Alexa and her gurus will discuss how spirituality is at the intersection of connection, sexuality, body image, self improvement, health, b ...
 
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While we take a pause for Christmas, we're bringing you four podcasts which we found particularly memorable conversations, and this week it's once again the turn of Martin Cullingford to choose. In October 2019, he met up with the cellist Julian Lloyd Webber to talk about a classic of the instrument’s repertoire, Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, whic…
 
Show Notes Luke Fontaine is a marketing consultant, growth and operations strategist, financial architect to entrepreneurs, and recording artist. As a business owner and independent expert, Luke has advised over 100 companies ranging from 6-figure solopreneur businesses all the way up to 9-figure giants. With experience in marketing strategy, opera…
 
Alyse Parker is a public figure and life coach in the personal development space. She envisions a world where all women have the tools + support they need to cut ties from past conditioning, awaken to who they truly are, and create a life of freedom and fulfillment. Through her signature coaching program, Alignment Accelerator, Alyse teaches women …
 
While we take a pause for Christmas and the New Year, we're bringing you four podcasts which we've particularly enjoyed making. This week's is by James Jolly, and comes from August 2018 when he went to Rome to report on a celebration of the music of a composer currently very much in the news with the release of the Steven Spielberg’s film of West S…
 
While we take a pause for Christmas, we're bringing you four podcasts which Gramophone's Martin Cullingford and James Jolly have chosen as particularly enjoyable conversations. This podcast dates from February 2019, the month the much-loved singer Dame Emma Kirkby turned 70 – and also the year in which Gramophone celebrated her enormous contributio…
 
Jason Nemer is an acrobat, author, and the co-founder of acroyoga. His book Move, Connect, Play: The Art and Science of AcroYoga details the core principles of AcroYoga, a practice that melds circus arts with the healing power of massage and the breathwork of yoga. Jason’s passion for partner acrobatics began at just 12 years old, and he went on to…
 
While we take a pause for Christmas, we offer four podcasts which Gramophone's Martin Cullingford and James Jolly have chosen as particularly enjoyable and memorable conversations. We start with one of Martin's ... In this archive Gramophone Podcast from October 2018, the baritone Sir Thomas Allen talks about his Champs Hill album, September Songs.…
 
This week's episode is a little different. Instead of interviewing an artist about their new album, Gramophone's Editor Martin Cullingford, Editor-in-Chief James Jolly, and Reviews Editor Tim Parry, each choose their favourite three recordings of 2021, and explain why they were so impressed by them. Listen to the discussion - and excerpts from each…
 
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Aleksandra Kurzak joined Vienna's Morphing Chamber Orchestra for a new album for Aparté - 'Mozart - Concertante'. The programme culminates in a performance of the great Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola, K364, but before that she sings a selection of arias that present many of the orchestra's players in solo roles. James Jolly caught up wit…
 
After leading orchestras in Bournemouth, Baltimore and São Paulo, Marin Alsop became Chief Conductor of the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2019. Her inaugural concert in Vienna's Konzerthaus featured music by Paul Hindemith, Christopher Rouse and Lera Auerbach, making a strong statement about where her musical sympathies lay. From that open…
 
For this week's Gramophone podcast, Editor Martin Cullingford is joined by Andrew Nethsingha, Director of the Choir of St John's College, Cambridge to discuss their new album on Signum, 'The Tree' - as well as the recent announcement that the choir will soon welcome female voices for the first time in its history. This week's Gramophone Podcast is …
 
The soprano Jeanine De Bique has released her first solo album, 'Mirrors', with Concerto Köln, for Berlin Classics. Gramophone's James Jolly caught up with her to talk about the recording, as well as Rameau's Platée, also just out from Harmonia Mundi, as she start rehearsals in Paris for Handel's Alcina at the Salle Garner. This Gramophone Podcast …
 
Having hung up his cricketing boots following an incredible career, one of the most likeable sportsmen on the planet Dale Steyn opted to try his hand at commentary, and the transition has been a tremendous success. Derek Alberts caught up with the superstar to speak about his new job, the difficult life of living in a bubble and his much-talked abo…
 
James McCrae is an author, poet, creative guide, and meme-artist based in Austin, Texas. James is the author of two books: Sh#t Your Ego Says (Hay House, 2017), an autobiographical guidebook for quieting negative self-talk and reconnecting with intuition, and How to Laugh in Ironic Amusement During Your Existential Crisis (Thought Catalog, 2021), a…
 
In this week's podcast we welcome countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, to talk about his new album À sa guitare, recorded with Thibaut Garcia. A beautiful album that takes us on a journey from the Renaissance to the modern age, it's available on the Erato label. The Gramophone Podcast is produced in association with Leipzig - the city of music.…
 
The great Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink died on October 21 at the age of 92. During his 65 years career he conducted many of the world's great orchestras, holding posts with Amsterdam's Concertgebouw Orchestra for 27 years, as well as the London Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Staatskapelle Dresden, Glyndebourne and the Royal Opera, and…
 
I sat down with best-selling author and host of the Ceremony Circle podcast Alyson Charles to discuss her new book Animal Power, a compendium featuring 100 animals and their unique healing attributes, along with power practices for those looking to deepen their connections with these spirit guides. Alyson went from being a national champion athlete…
 
For this week's Gramophone Podcast Editor Martin Cullingford is joined by the acclaimed violinist and conductor Fabio Biondi to talk about the complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by JS Bach, which he has just recorded for the Naïve label. This week's Gramophone Podcast is in association with Leipzig – the City of Music.…
 
Bach's cello suites are among the most extraordinary works - both joyful and profound - written for the instrument. In his new book, 'The Bach Cello Suites: A Companion', published by Faber, Steven Isserlis draws on decades of reflection on this music, sharing his views and encouraging us to listen in even greater depth. He joins Gramophone Editor …
 
My friend Ben Harris (@the.fear.guy) is a fear alchemist, intuitive guide, and host of the Feeling Free podcast. This episode takes an unexpected turn and our conversation slips into a real-time coaching session. Ben helps me work through some of my challenges around being a conscious leader, and my fear around how to stay in integrity as I grow my…
 
The winners of the 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Awards have been revealed. To hear more about what lay behind the decisions to honour this year's winners, and to hear excerpts from all the winning artists and recordings, listen to this special second edition of our Awards Podcast, featuring Editor-in-Chief James Jolly, Editor Martin Cullingford …
 
I had the honor of guesting on my friend Matt Xian’s podcast, Xian Archive. Matt is such a gifted interviewer, and a cherished friend. We discuss topics like finding the spiritual path, meditation, psychedelic experiences, living with empathy, boundaries, and taking charge of your life + more. If the Thought Room means something to you, I want to k…
 
This weekend marks the 90th anniversary of the death of Carl Nielsen, and one of the most prominent flag-bearers for his legacy today is the Carl Nielsen International Competition. In this week’s Gramophone podcast, Editor Martin Cullingford talked to the competition's President, the violinist and conductor Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, about some innovat…
 
Today, we revealed the 11 albums to have won the recording categories at this year's Gramophone Classical Music Awards, and which will now go on to compete to be named Recording of the Year on October 5. In this special edition of the Gramophone Podcast, Editor-in-Chief James Jolly, Editor Martin Cullingford and Reviews Editor Tim Parry discuss the…
 
Charles Owen's latest recording for Avie is of the First Book, Switzerland from Franz Liszt's Années de pèlerinage ('Years of wandering). Charles talks to James Jolly about how he took the opportunity to return to the work during the long, quiet months of lockdown, how he performed the work in his first concerts with an audience and how he became d…
 
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