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MISSION The mission of the Houston Symphony is to inspire and engage a large and diverse audience in Greater Houston and beyond through exceptional orchestral and non-orchestral performances, educational programs and community activities. VISION In 2025, the Houston Symphony will be America’s most relevant and accessible top-ten orchestra. VALUES Excellence: Committed to the highest level of artistic, administrative, board and volunteer quality and performance Community Engagement: Foster me ...
 
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A listener's guide to Britten's 'Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra', also known as 'Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell'. This podcast goes through how Britten ingeniously introduces to us the different elements of the orchestra, through a compelling piece of music, ending with an explosive, brilliant, and mindblowingly complex fugue. Re…
 
A listener's guide to Saint-Saëns' famous and popular Third Symphony, known commonly as the 'Organ' Symphony. After a quick overview of the historical context and position of this symphony, this episode will guide you through Saint-Saëns' 'Organ' Symphony, with plenty of musical examples, and recommended recordings at the end.…
 
A listener's guide to Mahler's epic Second Symphony, the 'Resurrection' Symphony. After an overview of Mahler's life and works, we go into detail (about 8 minutes in), with plenty of musical examples, on Mahler Symphony no. 2 - a masterpiece of late Romantic, 20th century Classical MusicBy Inside the Score - Oscar Osicki
 
A Listener's Guide to Holst - The Planets 0:20 - Introduction to "Discovering Classical Music" Series 0:49 - The Mission of This Series 2:12 - Introduction to Holst and The Planets 4:44 - Mars, The Bringer of War 8:38 - Venus, The Bringer of Peace 10:05 - Mercury, The Winged Messenger 11:04 - Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity 14:07 - Saturn, The Brin…
 
What does it mean to truly be yourself? How do you take classical music and make it your own? In this episode, find out Mussorgsky’s answers with Pictures at an Exhibition. Made famous through Maurice Ravel's colorful orchestration of the original piano suite, this masterpiece was inspired by the artworks of Victor Hartmann, a friend of Mussorgsky'…
 
New to classical music? Want to introduce your friends, family or children to Bach, Beethoven and Brahms? Let Houston Symphony Associate Conductor Robert Franz be your guide as he shows us how to really listen, not just to classical music, but to the whole world around us. Plus, discover the surprising benefits of active listening for young minds.…
 
Voici ce qui sera possiblement la dernière émission du podcast sinon à jamais, du moins pour un bon bout de temps. Vous aurez sans doute remarqué qu'il n'y a pas eu d'émission en septembre. Frappés par une panne d'internet qui a duré pratiquement un mois, il m'était impossible de mettre quoi que ce soit en ligne. Pour remédier au problème d'accès i…
 
L'émission d'août présente le chapitre 9 de Le Mystère de la chambre jaune de Gaston Leroux, Le Masque de la mort rouge d'Edgar Poe, la Capsule de Jean-Seb avec la suite de l'entretien avec Adrien de Prototype S et le bilan de mes activités de juillet. Les sites et gens mentionnés au cours de l'émission Anne Bergeron Audiocité Christian Martin Chri…
 
Ce mois-ci, à l'émission: au volet des fictions, le chapitre 8 de Le Mystère de la chambre jaune de Gaston Leroux et Le Coeur révélateur d'Edgar Poe. Jean-Seb nous offre la première partie d'une entrevue qu'il a réalisée avec l'auteur de Projet Prototypes. Nous avons reçu quelques nouvelles de Corvo au courriel et je vous communique des infos sur m…
 
Au sommaire de l'émission de juin du podcast: le chapitre 7 de Le Mystère de la chambre jaune, de Gaston Leroux; Les Coupables, de Cécile Bramafa; la Capsule de Jean-Seb; un peu de courrier et les infos diverses sur mes activités du dernier mois. Les sites et gens mentionnés au cours de l'émission André Borie Carll et Novy 01: Complot sur Halpa (au…
 
Ce mois-ci, dans l'émission de mai 2015 de notre podcast, nous vous offrons le chapitre 6 de Le Mystère de la chambre jaune, de Gaston Leroux, avec Fred, Ka00, Kaael, Stanley et Christian Martin, ainsi que La Dame au château aux quatre piliers d'or, un conte du Pays Gallo. Aussi, la capsule de Jean-Seb et les dernières infos sur nos productions aud…
 
Last summer I traveled up to Vancouver BC and spent some time training and hanging out with my good friend, Tom Coppola. Tom is an amazing athlete and coach at the Origins Parkour and Athletic Facility. Having know Tom since his days training in Florida, we've had some great sessions and great conversations. Today was no different.…
 
Ce mois-ci, dans le cadre de l'émission d'avril de notre podcast: les dernières infos sur Radio-Haut-Saint-François, les productions audio des Éditions de L'À Venir et autres projets; la capsule de Jean-Seb, les chapitres 4 et 5 de "Le Mystère de la chambre jaune", un conte du Pays Gallo. Les sites et gens mentionnés au cours de l'émission André Bo…
 
Au sommaire de notre émission de mars 2015: dans l'ordre: infos, courrier, la dernière anecdote humoristique d'Aristide Filiatreault, la capsule de Jean-Seb, qui nous parle de trois podcasts, le chapitre 3 de "Le Mystère de la chambre jaune" de Gaston Leroux, et un conte du Pays Gallo. Bonne émission! Les sites et gens mentionnés au cours de l'émis…
 
Enregistrée depuis un moment, cette émission Hors Série est la première du troisième concept que j'avais développé lors du décès de Robin Williams. Ces Hors Série-RD présenteront des audio dramas/pièces audiophoniques que nous avons réalisés, ainsi que mes impressions sur des audio dramas ou sagas mp3 - en français et en anglais - que j'ai écoutés …
 
Avec ce premier lundi de février, voici le moment de vous présenter la 2e émission de la 3e série du podcast. Au sommaire: le 2e chapitre de notre production de "Le Mystère de la chambre jaune" par Gaston Leroux; une nouvelle de Poe, interprétée par Greg SilverSon; une fort intéressante capsule de Jean-Seb sur 2 sagas mp3; l'anecdote d'Aristide Fil…
 
We journeyed to NYC and had the chance to train with Storror during the last leg of their Chaps on Tour USA trip. We were lucky enough to get an interview with Callum Powell which developed into a really interesting conversation about parkour and security. Joining us along with Callum Powell, is Max Henry, Joel Eggimann, Lucas Dimoveo, Guillem Mata…
 
I know, it has taken forever, after fits and starts, and we have heard you, good people, we have heard, we are very please to bring back out Blood Radio podcast. I am pleased to say that this first episode of our relaunched Blood Radio Podcast does include part one of Deathscribe 2011. We will have more coming your was soon. WildClaw Blood Radio Po…
 
Sam Eads: "Playgirl" was recorded using Logic Pro 8 and used live instruments including percussion, guitars, bass, violins, cello and vocals. The main challenge faced was mixing the track, due to the large amount of harmonic ranges that quite easily clash. The original tracks were recorded in Sam’s bedroom/studio and all of the plugins on Logic mad…
 
Elke Sengier: The source of inspiration for the documentary "Virginie" is Sengier’s best friend and her family. She wanted to make something useful that contributed to the debate on drugs, addiction and how rehabilitation is treated in Belgium. Final Cut Pro was used for all the editing and effects including the speed changes and colorisation work.…
 
Stéphane Rombi: The text of "Rends Toi" written by Carole Masseport is what inspired Stéphane to write this song. Using his Duesenberg guitar and Logic 9, he created the track experimenting with the Ultrabeat, channel script settings and several MIDI instruments. The song speaks about the difficulty of living and how as a fragile witness to our wor…
 
Benjamin Baudet: "Plastique Fantastique" used motion capture over the duration of one week to create the detailed animation of plastic throughout a house. Baudet hopes to show the beautiful properties of plastic as a material and the important part it plays in our lives as consumers. Final Cut Pro was used to add all the numeric frames together and…
 
Talking Timber: "Coat" is a time-line through a year, from the cold month of February to the warm summer months. Darren Martin used Logic 9 plugins, pre-sets and mastering to achieve the final track. Instruments included acoustic guitars, bass and didgeridoo. The song ends in summer on a sunny day, which Darren says for him inspires creating music.…
 
Chris Turner: In a world that is increasingly over populated and fast paced, "Untitled" takes the time to document those moments that tend to be overlooked or missed due to routine. Turner attempts to capture de-populated spaces with beauty and an almost poetry-like style. Objects in their environments left behind represent an imprint of human acti…
 
Atli Steinarsson: For "Looking This Cool" Atli started out with Ultrabeat in Logic to create the foundation drum track and set the tempo before recording the guitar into the mix. He then tried to explore as much of the application as possible to bring the song up to another level, including EQ, compressors, limiters, reverb units, delays and the oc…
 
Kirill Pavlov: "The Black Queen" is the result of an international student film project between St. Petersburg State University of Film and TV (Russia) and Ciudad De La Luz Estudios (Spain). Nereah Marceu acted as second director on the shoot. Each team of students was given 10 days for production and the theme of "chess" to help them outline their…
 
Jack Phillips: Jack The lyrics for "Return" are about tigers being hunted and becoming extinct. The chorus references 'crown' and 'throne' to describe the fall of the king of the jungle. Phillips used many different aspects of Logic in creating the song, including sampling with the EXS 24. Most of the percussive sounds were recorded using his Macbo…
 
José Antonio Gil: Existence of a world beyond the reality that we live is the primary message of "Chimerical". The new Final Cut Studio was used to carry out all the editing, color correction and DVD authoring of the project. In particular iChat Theater was useful in coordinating the efforts of the VFX team and the editor.…
 
Cian Finn: "Education" takes its instrumental inspiration from a mix of Reggae, Hip-Hop and Dub step. Cian started with drums, then added piano and bass before finally placing original lyrics over the music. The EXS sampler was used in Logic to create the bass line and set guide levels for the tracks as they were developed. Finally, effects and pro…
 
Soraya Pérez: Inspiration for "One Place" came while Pérez was visiting the small villages of the North of Spain, where residents take shelter by the house’s fireplace during the winter. The drawings in the piece represent messages with no addresses, which are a window to the loneliness somewhere in the inner self. "One Place" was edited in Final C…
 
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