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Encore Houston is a weekly show featuring a concert recording from a local ensemble or performance organization in Houston. Each episode features the concert and brief commentary from host Joshua Zinn, with a preview of an upcoming performance by the featured organization at the end of the program.
 
Monthly Podcast featuring mixes and live recordings from our weekly night at Sobar's Kaijo Lounge in Birmingham. Residents Gary Ward, Kid Creole, Paul Griff, Deep City Soul, Dan Kelly, Charles John, DJ Euge, Paul Henry & Richie Barthez playing the best in Soulful House, Deep House, Broken Beat, Disco, Soul, Funk & Rare Groove. Please visit http://ensemblebirmingham.blogspot.com for further details
 
The most popular classical music broadcast in the world is proudly Sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota Florida and Uber. Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Mercury, and countless independent labels use our show to promote new artists and new album releases. Debuting your album on our podcast guarantees your music will be heard on: Podomatic, Vurbl, Amazon Music, Audible, Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, iHeartRadio, Audacy, Google Podcasts, Gaana, Boomplay, an ...
 
Welcome to the What’s Next! Podcast. I’ve met so many brilliant people as I traveled the globe and have had some fascinating conversations that I’ve wished had been recorded so I could share them with you - this podcast was a way for me recreate those moments and let you in on some fantastic insights. My current conversations center around one objective: what's next for companies and individuals as they look to innovate and grow. I hope these conversations inspire you as much as they have in ...
 
All aboard! Welcome to the HMS Games, where we’ll be broadcasting the TRUTH about video games, straight from an undisclosed marine location. Headed by Captain Aubrey Nintendo and her crew of pirate-radio gaming whizz-kids, this ship is on a mission: to save our games from the bigwigs who want to shut us DOWN. So sit back, start listening, and do not track the source of this radio signal, as we give you the low-down on all things gamery. Welcome! To Save Our Games. Supported by the Arts Counc ...
 
Ensemble Offspring's Artistic Director Claire Edwardes chats to the musical mavericks and pioneers from close to home and across the globe. Often perceived as the outcasts in the world of classical music, it is these people who have brought much needed diversity to our musical landscape. In these punchy and upbeat interviews Claire finds out what makes her guests tick, asking them about their roots, inspiration to do things differently and innovative plans for the future.
 
WNYC, New York Public Radio, brings you Soundcheck, the arts and culture program hosted by John Schaefer, who engages guests and listeners in lively, inquisitive conversations with established and rising figures in New York City's creative arts scene. Guests come from all disciplines, including pop, indie rock, jazz, urban, world and classical music, technology, cultural affairs, TV and film. Recent episodes have included features on Michael Jackson,Crosby Stills & Nash, the Assad Brothers, ...
 
Join award-winning composer Max Richter, celebrated British violinist Daniel Hope, and Ensemble LPR as they discuss the recomposing process for Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons." The recording is part of Deutsche Grammophon's Recomposed series that's bringing classical music to a wider audience. Then hear the group perform an excerpt from this exciting new recording.
 
Ska no longer needs to be the butt of every joke. IDOS is flipping the narrative on this style of music that they love dearly. Hosts Aaron Carnes (author of "In Defense of Ska") and Adam Davis (Link 80, Omingone) chat with people in and outside of the ska scene to tell its stories, show its pervasiveness in culture, and defend it to their last dying breath.
 
Cedille is a not-for-profit record label dedicated to extraordinary classical music and the brilliant artists who create it. We enhance the world's catalog of recorded music through audiophile-quality recordings featuring Chicago's finest musicians. Each episode of Cedille's Classical Chicago Podcast highlights a new release and feature interviews with your favorite Cedille artists. To support Cedille and its mission, please visit CedilleRecords.org
 
All the stories and lore from League of Legends, recorded in a format easy to enjoy. I only started the game recently (October 2019), but I instantly fell in love with Runeterra and the personalities who live there. I’ve searched for easier ways to consume these stories, and eventually decided to narrate them myself. I am not a professional voice actor. I am first, and foremost, a writer and a storyteller. This podcast is meant to create the foundation so that, someday, I might narrate my ow ...
 
I’m Kenley Kristofferson and I’m a senior years music educator; in other words, I’m a high school band teacher. I’m also a graduate student at Brandon University and the focus of my research has been on the intentional development of positive band room culture. To say another way, what are teachers doing on purpose to make their room a place where kids emotionally and musically thrive? In this series, I talk with six Manitoba music educators who have thought a lot about this question and the ...
 
Join host Sean Perrin as he discusses “all that’s new and neat with clarinet, with the neatest people in the industry” on the world’s most popular clarinet podcast. Past guests include distinguished artists such as Martin Fröst, Michael Lowenstern, and Lori Freedman, and product manufacturers such as Legere Reeds, Backun Musical Services, and Royal Musical Instruments. Check out the website at www.clarineat.com and be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter for a chance to win giveaways.
 
An unofficial podcast about the Wonka-verse from two people who didn't think they cared about Willy Wonka until they learned a prequel was being made and it rocked their world. You may think, how much is there to say about Wonka, the most forgettable and most memorable franchise? More than you would ever believe. Join us as we count down to the day of the Wonka Rapture, December 2023.
 
Just Imagine - a podcast series from Imagine Theatre, one of the biggest pantomime producers in the world. During each episode we'll meet one member of the Imagine team and hear about their involvement in the company. It might be anyone from an actor, to a writer, to a lighting designer to a big star name. We'll go behind the scenes to meet the people behind the company and listen to their stories. With our host Martin Ballard we'll find out what makes Imagine Theatre tick, and how they mana ...
 
Back in Time Pod is a unique journey into the depths of the films that defined a generation. Join us in our DeLorean as we examine the year each movie came out, original trailer, box office numbers, critic response, production, and provide a play by play of the story. Oh yeah, we are also really funny!
 
Each week, we bring on a guest and ask them to pick their three favourite things. This can be anything; musician, album, film, director, graphic novel, Simpsons episodes, Star Wars characters, Theme Park thrill rides, beverages, ballerina, 70’s political figures, cities to live in ... anything! The sky is the limit on choices, but the choices are limited to just 3. At the end of the show, we’ll also be asking our guest for a recommendation for our Recommendations Corner.
 
Curious about a musician's life? Host and cellist Patty Ryan talks to weekly guests about their stories and interests outside of the Classical Music world that inspire their musicianship. New episodes every Wednesday! Support this podcast at patreon.com/haydnmusicstand Subscribe/Follow @haydnmusicstand Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haydnmusicstand/support
 
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Review(s): Bros, Amsterdam Celebrating This Month: Colin Farrell Trivia: Amsterdam Cast Movie Trivia Sponsored by: Overcast, Cracking the Code of Spy Movies Podcast, Time Pop Another Monday, another fresh CinemaJaw! This week we look at the best ensemble casts of the past ten years in honor of our review of Amsterdam, David O. Russell’s latest. In …
 
Ever suffered through a traditional training session? What about it made it painful?On the other hand, ever came out a learning session refreshed and ready to apply new skills? What was the game changer that really elevated the session? Join Chris and Austin as they have a great time with Ted M. Young discussing traditional training vs. learning en…
 
Buckle Up! We are jumping back into the DeLorean and revisiting some of our favorite movies of all-time that have the best cast ensembles. We trade verbal jabs back and forth and let each other know which picks we like and don't like as we create our Top 5 Best Ensemble Movies! All the links here Subscribe for Free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazo…
 
Full show notes coming soon! To keep up-to-date on all things Wonka, be sure to follow us on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter @wonkawatch. We'd love to hear your concerns (it'd be unhealthy if you didn't have any). Email us at wonkarapture@gmail.com Links Referenced (because even Wonka Scholars cite their sources): Wonka Watch: https://www.mylondon.n…
 
As broad-ranging and eclectic as its repertoire may be, the Janoska Ensemble stands for a very special sound that offers audiences an intimate combination of sensuality and sophistication, airiness, and precision. When looking for a basic idea for their third album, the ensemble started from their own strength in improvising. The backbone of this r…
 
A special thanks to The Sweet Sniper for this week's collaboration! http://www.twitch.tv/thesweetsniper https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRbxWsybsmmNAMGMtRQdIOw All credit for these stories goes to Riot Games, League of Legends, and their respective authors. The original text can be found at: https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_US/story/blitzcr…
 
Song Surfing features the best indie and underground music from around the world! On this episode, an incredible acoustic ensemble, a song about recovering from a toxic relationship, and correspondent Klock will stops by Song Surfing . Excellent tunes from Chicago, Philadelphia, London, and Southeastern Pennsylvania. Music by IAMGERALD, St. John's …
 
Gogol Bordello plays a mix of different genres (Punk, Romani folk, Latin rock, polka), though hints of ska can be found all over their songs. Frontman Eugene Hütz calls it "ska without doing ska" and says he almost doesn't think about the ska elements since he sees ska as so closely linked to punk music. But on Gogol Bordello's latest album, Solida…
 
The Knights — The Kreutzer Project (Avie) Jump to giveaway form New Classical Tracks - The Knights by “Aren’t we all obsessed with time travel? Aren’t we all wanting to have dinner with that person that’s not alive anymore,” conductor of the Knights, Eric Jacobsen, asked when he fired up the time machine for their newest album, The Kreutzer Project…
 
Kicking off a banner season in 2022-23, Inbal Segev releases the fourth and last volume of her “20 for 2020” commissioning project on October 7, comprising world premiere works by Oscar Bettison, Camille El Bacha, Stewart Goodyear, Molly Joyce, and Immanuel Wilkins. All four volumes of the project, plus a bonus track by Segev herself. The cellist p…
 
Song Surfing is a playlist of independent music pulled from the far reaches of the internet. On today’s episode, we’ll hear music that’s vulnerable, elemental, spiritual, and anthemic. Excellent tunes from Chicago, Calgary, and Los Angeles. Music by Sick Day, Moth Broth, Jairus Sharif, & Mark and the Tiger Visit the Show Notes Page for links to the…
 
Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla launched her Deutsche Grammophon recording career in 2019 with an album devoted to Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s Symphonies Nos. 2 and 21, released to tie in with the centenary of this neglected composer. Among its many accolades, it was named Gramophone’s Recording of the Year and won Gražinyte-Tyla the Opus Klassik Conductor of the Y…
 
Portland, Oregon-based Marisa Anderson channels the history of the guitar and stretches the boundaries of tradition. From spacious melancholic laments to transcendent minimalism, Anderson is coming from a place between country, blues, and drone. On her 2018 record, Cloud Corner, she touches on Tuareg scales from "desert blues," the finger-style pic…
 
For Good Measure, by Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) Episode 18: Nicolas Lell Benavides (part 3) Looking for a way to listen to diverse creators and to support equity in the arts? Tune in weekly to For Good Measure! In this week’s episode, we’re joined once again/ more by Nicolas Lell Benavides, who talks about his artistic goals and his experience…
 
What is the reflection rhythm on your team?How about your team's refactoring rhythm?How do the two interplay? Join Chris and Austin as they discuss "Reflection & Refactoring Rhythm" with Giorgio Sironi and Kevin Rutherford. After Giorgio and Keven share about the retro cadence in their ensembles and their reflection prompts, we jump into "tracer bu…
 
The three works featured on this recording each have a connection with the trumpeter Timofei Dokshizer. Born in Nizhyn (in the Chernihiv region, now Ukraine) on 13 December 1921, he commenced his concert activity on All-Union Radio when barely 20, and then, in 1947, gained first prize at a competition in Prague. Although he enjoyed a notable career…
 
Your Hosts: Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, Brandon Sanderson, and Howard Tayler, with special guest Peng ShepherdPeng Shepherd joined us aboard Liberty of the Seas for WXR 2022, and returned with us to the topic of story structures. In this episode we answer questions from our live audience. The questions include: How do you make sure you've got …
 
All credit for these stories goes to Riot Games, League of Legends, and their respective authors. The original text can be found at: https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_US/story/champion/singed/ Music: Someone Just Volunteered (From Arcane: Act I) More stories coming soon! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prestigeedition/support…
 
The opera is a satire on the aesthetic movement of the 1870s and '80s in England, part of the 19th-century European movement that emphasized aesthetic values over moral or social themes in literature, fine art, the decorative arts, and interior design. Called "Art for Art's Sake", the movement valued its ideals of beauty above any pragmatic concern…
 
Among great pianists, Mikhail Pletnev is regarded as a magician. The latest release on Verbier Festival Gold showcases his powerful artistry in the realms of concerti and encores. This release opens with Haydn's D major Concerto, Hob. XVIII (led by Iván Fischer) and Tsfasman's Suite No. 1 for Piano (led by Kent Nagano). These works are followed by …
 
Martin catches up with Steve and Sarah to find out what is happening now we have reached the Autumn and panto season is just around the corner. It is all go at Head Office - with the majority of marketing assets captured the marketing team are hard at work on promoting the shows, the admin team are busy working on the performance licenses following…
 
The Room is a 2003 American drama film written, produced, executive produced, and directed by Tommy Wiseau, who stars in the film alongside Juliette Danielle and Greg Sestero. The film centers on a melodramatic love triangle between amiable banker Johnny (Wiseau), his deceptive fiancée Lisa (Danielle), and his conflicted best friend Mark (Sestero).…
 
How would the Marching Centurions describe going into the 2021 marching season? New band director, new student leadership, fresh energy and purpose. It had been five years since the Marching Centurions had made it to championships, and they’d never made it in the 4A division. But they had one goal for the season ahead: MAKE IT TO CHAMPIONSHIPS. You…
 
Lebanese-born Paris-based trumpet superstar Ibrahim Maalouf plays a custom four-valve trumpet that can not only play western music, but also accesses the quarter tones in Arab classical music. He’s played jazz, worked with rappers, global pop stars, and has collaborated with everyone from Angelique Kidjo to Wynton Marsalis, New Orleans’ Tank and th…
 
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am excited to revisit our conversation with Justin Bariso. Justin is an author, columnist, speaker, and consultant, and his thoughts on leadership management and emotional intelligence have been featured by Time, Business Insider, CNBC, and Forbes among others. He is the author of “…
 
The Last of Us Day, previously known as Outbreak Day, brought with it a full trailer for the HBO adaptation of the game, finally allowing us a good look at multiple characters outside of Joel and Ellie, such as Nick Offerman's Bill. With the show choosing to follow the same story of the game, we share our thoughts on the positives and negatives of …
 
Song Surfing features the best indie and underground music from around the world! It’s an interview episode today on Song Surfing and you’ve heard our guest before-Ryan Klockner of This August Age, aka correspondent Klock. Ryan Klockner is a DIY musician who crafts his songs in the friendly confines of his bedroom studio. He has a deep-rooted love …
 
The Matches played catchy pop-punk in the 2000s, a time when catchy pop-punk bands could be top 40 pop stars. They worked their asses off, were courted by major labels, but never reached pop stardom. Though the band did mean a lot to a ton of people. They built community around their music and made sincere connections with their fans. And they have…
 
Time for Three — Letters for the Future (DG) New Classical Tracks - Time for Three by “This is Kevin Puts; he’s our new member, our composer in residence — ‘Time for Four.’” The members of the string trio Time for Three — violinists Nick Kendall and Charles Yang, and bassist Ranaan Meyer — are talking about Puts and his involvement on their latest …
 
Mackenna's Gold is a 1969 American Western film directed by J. Lee Thompson, starring an ensemble cast featuring Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif, Telly Savalas, Ted Cassidy, Camilla Sparv and Julie Newmar in lead roles. It was photographed in Super Panavision 70 and Technicolor by Joseph MacDonald, with original music by Quincy Jones. Purchase the music …
 
Thanks to Wonka Scholar Micah for recommending this episode! Today, we take a ride on the Wayback Machine and explore Wonka dot com's choose your own adventure game The Unpredictacle Wonkanizer. We begin as Wonka Testers only to be sucked into a different realm thanks to Willy's faulty new invention the Wonkanizer. cLaSsiC wOnKa. To keep up-to-date…
 
Mezzo-soprano Sun-Ly Pierce discusses how she responsibly enjoys artisan beers, among her favorites are Saint Arnolds, Brash Brewing Company, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company, Platypus Brewing, all based in Houston, Texas. Follow Sun-Ly at www.sunlypiercemezzo.com @sunly_pierce Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follow us on s…
 
In the late Middle Ages, a literary genre of devotional books illustrated with woodcuts flourished under the name ‘ars moriendi’. They gave instructions on how to 'die well'. The purpose of this tradition was to attune the soul to the 'art of dying' in order to save it for eternity. Music is also an ars moriendi, an exercise in the "becoming" of a …
 
Tracklista: 01. (traditional) - Po Ata Rau (kezdődött: 00:03:52) 02. Pharoah Sanders - Astral Traveling (kezdődött: 00:04:51) 03. Pharoah Sanders - Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah (kezdődött: 00:10:31) 04. Pharoah Sanders - Colors (kezdődött: 00:25:32) 05. Pharoah Sanders - The Creator Has A Master Plan (kezdődött: 00:30:52) 06. elizabeth Veldon - Ph…
 
Cuban-born Omar Sosa has made beautiful records with musicians from West Africa, from all over East Africa, from Spain, where he's lived for many years, and now, with American friends, including sax player Peter Apfelbaum, whom we've heard over the years playing with the Kamikaze Ground Crew, the Millennial Territory Orchestra, and the Hieroglyphic…
 
Review(s): Don’t Worry Darling, See How They Run Celebrating This Month: Robert Zemeckis Trivia: Saoirse Ronan/Sam Rockwell Stump the Kubinski Sponsored by: Overcast, Cracking the Code of Spy Movies Podcast The Oscar bait will begin to drop, the leaves change, Halloween candy sits in a bowl… the fall movie season is here! This week we look at two m…
 
For Good Measure, by Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) Episode 17: Nicolas Lell Benavides (part 2) Looking for a way to listen to diverse creators and to support equity in the arts? Tune in weekly to For Good Measure! In this week’s episode, we’re joined again by Nicolas Lell Benavides, who talks about how growing up in the New Mexico and the Southwe…
 
“I hope that the listener to this piece can feel not just the power and the majesty of the music but also the incredible science behind the piece … we know such a small amount about our universe ... and this symphony starts to shed light on that fact” Marin Alsop Purchase the music (without talk) at: The Moons Symphony (classicalmusicdiscoveries.st…
 
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