Giacomo public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
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
 
By Cecilia Gragnani, special guest Jonny Woo, editor Gabriele Carrer | LONDON EXPAT is the comic story of the encounter between a modern migrant and London – a contemporary El Dorado craved by generations of young Italians. Millions of European citizens arrive in the British capital to realise the future they dream of. The podcast explores the long road to becoming a citizen in another country, embracing a new nationality whilst staying true to your roots, and the existential crisis that you ...
 
Popular music genres, like pop and rock, play a significant tole in the formation of youth cultural communities and in the construction of local, regional and national identities. These videos analyze some of these aspects by focusing on local and global scenes and on popular music making in general. These videos were created for the Lecture Course 'Musik nach 45: Rock- und Popmusik' by students of IMWI in the ComputerStudio and they are MultiMedia Productions of the project 'Learning by Tea ...
 
DJ | Producer--Francesco Giacomo's Official Radio Podcast Page Make sure to catch his live bi-weekly radio show entitled: GiacomoBEATS Global Radio Broadcast every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 1PM UK | 2PM Central Europe | 3PM Eastern Europe on www.1mix.co.uk –London’s leading internet trance radio station, or just listen to the podcast after it has been uploaded! Thanks for the support & enjoy!
 
WARNING: This is no ordinary radio talk show. Listen in as real estate expert Giacomo Sinisgalli shares his insider secrets, strategies, tips and advice on real estate investing, mixed with his own personal brand of humor. Topics include buying, selling, short sales, flipping, tax liens, foreclosures, wholesaling, lease options, self directed IRA’s, property management, guest interviews, book reviews and more.
 
In Texas, football is everything. It's not just a game it’s a way of life. It can be the glue that brings a community together or the flame that burns it down. For Connor, it changed his life forever, at the highest price. Giacomo, Connor’s son, is in the state championship with two minutes left in the game. He is driving his team down the field, losing by six points, to win the game. After each play, we return to the present where Connor is being interviewed about the disappearance of his s ...
 
It seems that the future of blockchain industry can go down very different paths, and each path has its group of hard core believers. They can’t all be right. Perhaps by hearing the experts debate, the rest of us can compare their reasoning and see the future a bit more clearly. Whether you’re a builder or investor, whether you consider yourself blockchain-savvy or blockchain-curious, if you want to hear all arguments before predicting the future of blockchain, this podcast is for you. Follo ...
 
Valerie was born on October 1st. So was Randall. Happy birthday! Who cares? Every week, we pick an event that occurred on our special day, and then talk about something that’s almost not at all related to that. Maybe you’ll learn something or maybe you’ll just listen to us laugh about nothing. It’s our birthday, so have a piece of cake or whatever.
 
spclnch (read as “spacelunch”) An individual and attentive approach allows you to get the best possible in terms of the relationship between the label and the artists. Thanks to a careful selection, each release takes on a meaningful plot and complements the others. A dashboard with multi-colored indicators and toggle switches welcomes space travelers on an odyssey through the space of musical styles. Bravely piercing through matter in search of sonic artifacts, they become the epicenter of ...
 
The real estate auction business is booming and very soon real estate brokers and agents who have never considered using auctions in the past are going to start paying much closer attention to this exciting and profitable profession.Whether you’re a novice real estate agent or a seasoned real estate broker knowing how to sell real estate at auction is the key to earning a six figure income in today’s troubled economy and this show is a great resource if you want to learn how to get started. ...
 
The Goodwood Road Racing Club is delighted to announce that the 74th Members’ Meeting will be held on the weekend of March 19-20, 2016, at Goodwood Motor Circuit. The Members’ Meeting was revived in 2014 for members of the GRRC to continue the tradition of the 71 club motor sport events held at Goodwood from 1949-66, and has, for the past two seasons, become the ‘must-attend’ opener for the historic motor racing season. Star names including Le Mans 24 Hours winners Jochen Mass Emanuele Pirro ...
 
The ChildMove Podcast aims to inform and educate academics and the society at large about the findings of our research on the psychosocial impact of transit experiences on predominantly unaccompanied refugee minors. Our research also involves some unaccompanied minors and adult victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation.In each episode of our podcast, we discuss a different aspect of the project such as its inception and creation of the team, fieldwork planning, fieldwork experienc ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Jonathan Larson, the composer of the musical "Rent," used the same plot for this musical as Puccini did for La Boheme. Other composers also used classical music when they wrote their Broadway hits. "Kismet" is adapted from compositions by Russian composer Alexander Borodin and "The Song of Norway" uses tunes by Edvard Grieg to tell the story of Gri…
 
Today’s episode is the second installment in our series discussing newly released choral albums, and we’ll be focusing on Choral Chameleon’s new album, Deus Ex Machina. We’re excited to share a fascinating conversation with composer Rex Isenberg about his piece Messiahs: False & True, as well as Choral Chameleon’s Artistic Director (and dear friend…
 
Announcement: I have a new show called “Crypto This Week.” It’s a weekly, five-minute news comedy satire focused on the world of crypto. Check it out on YouTube here: Crypto This Week with Richard Yan Guests: Kain Warwick (twitter.com/kaiynne) Edmund Schuster (twitter.com/Edmund_Schuster) Host: Richard Yan (twitter.com/gentso09) Today’s motion is “…
 
by Cecilia Gragnani | In our final episode we’ll talk about commitment, to a country and a choice of life. For many people it’s through the citizenship ceremony that the journey towards full integration happens. However, over the past few years citizenship has become not just a choice but also a necessity for many Europeans in order to keep their r…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Randy Kikukawa, a stalwart of the San Francisco choral community for over forty years. Randy’s vast choral experience - including decades with the Golden Gate Men’s Chorus and the GAPA Men’s Chorus as a music director, general manager, CFO, CEO, and myriad other roles - make Randy a uniquely qualified ex…
 
In this time of pandemic, almost everybody is going into e-commerce. It’s a huge shift pushing everybody to online purchasing. But then, the logistics is still kind of old-fashioned and it’s really time to catch up to the demands. In this episode, we visited the office of Forest Shipping here in Shenzhen, China and talked to Forest Zhang and Diane …
 
On today’s episode of In Unison, we’re chatting with David W. Collins. We first became acquainted with David through his own podcast, The Soundtrack Show, where he takes a look at film scores and soundtracks from some of the most popular movies, TV shows, video games and theater pieces of all time, including some of the best choral soundtracks! Epi…
 
The inaccessible slopes have long been familiar with the spontaneous echo flooding a huge network of exoplanetary gorges. No wonder, as this is dub.Padawan Alexey Filin has long been a master of the DP-6 Order. Taming the natural call of music, he makes a steep ascent to the observation deck of the neurophysical system. From here, a new cycle of th…
 
Today on In Unison we’re talking with composer and writer Dale Trumbore about choosing texts, blurring the line between the sacred and the secular, and her idea of a perfectly relaxing evening. We also discuss Choral Chameleon’s newly released recording of Dale’s secular requiem “What Are We Becoming?” Episode transcript Edited by Fausto Daos Music…
 
Transcript: In this episode we have Anthony Ronning and Chase Perkins from Impervious.ai. Impervious is a software platform that uses the Lightning Network as a messaging layer to create other novel technologies like a more decentralized VPN. Anthony Ronning is known for writing an article about the current state of Lightning Network privacy. We ta…
 
“Men die and governments change, but the songs of La bohème will live forever,” wrote Thomas Alva Edison to Giacomo Puccini. Seattle Opera Dramaturg Jonathan Dean introduces La bohème, with musical examples from Seattle Opera’s archival recordings of La bohème: from 2007, with Rosario La Spina (Rodolfo) and Nuccia Focile (Mimì), conducted by Vjekos…
 
Today on In Unison we’re chatting with composer and friend Nathan Hall about his choral works, and how he weaves themes of nature, sexuality, and intimacy (among others) into his work. We’ll also share three movements of Nathan’s piece, “Go Ahead,” recently recorded by IOCSF, as well as discussing his latest premiere: “Unbound,” a kink opera. Episo…
 
In the 16th century, "conquistadores" - soldiers from Spain - sailed to Mexico, and took over the country from the Indigenous people who lived there. The Spanish brought their language, their religion, and their music to the place they called "Nueva Espana," or New Spain. Mexico became independent from Spain in the 19th century, but the music staye…
 
Today’s show is a special edition, an experiment. As you may know, Mike Michelini is back in Shenzhen and back having meetups and gatherings (can’t help himself). During the meetup with international and Chinese sellers, we decided it would make an amazing and unique GFA podcast to talk to the Chinese sellers and get their insight on what this crac…
 
Today’s show is a special edition, an experiment. As you may know, Mike Michelini is back in Shenzhen and back having meetups and gatherings (can’t help himself). During the meetup with international and Chinese sellers, we decided it would make an amazing and unique GFA podcast to talk to the Chinese sellers and get their insight on what this crac…
 
Thanks for reading the 38th edition of my newsletter. This newsletter tracks my research as I write a book about lumbar radicular pain! This edition, it’s my pleasure to bring you my conversation with Ash, a project manager from Chennai, India, who has a long history of back pain and sciatica but has nevertheless pursued his powerlifting goals and,…
 
Today’s episode of In Unison is all about a recently released choral album: America Will Be! by Tonality, with Alexander L. Blake. This is going to be something we do from time to time when a choir we are fans of releases something new. We hope this episode—and others like it—serve as a resource for all you choir nerds out there to find out what’s …
 
Around the year 1600, Italian composers started writing theater pieces that use music all the way through them. Instead of speaking, characters in operas sing their lines. From Claudio Monteverdi, who wrote the earliest opera that is still performed, through Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi and Puccini, Italy has produced some of the world's fine…
 
In an underwater odyssey through the depths of the microcosm, Thomas Carmody is bound to look around more than once. Many rare species and supernatural phenomena coexist without any conflict in the turbulent flow of music.Does the immersion remain an accident, or are these decorations skillfully arranged by the Creator, peeping with delicate curios…
 
Transcript: https://sicksub.network/LNJ049Transcript In this episode of the podcast, we have Nicolas Burtey who is the Co-Founder / CEO at Galoy Wallet. Galoy Wallet is known for creating the branded “Bitcoin Beach” wallet in El Zonte, El Salvador. Bitcoin Beach is a project dedicated to the idea of a circular economy. We talk about: 0:00 - Intro 1…
 
by Cecilia Gragnani | The fifth episode goes outside London to talk about the country in its entirety and complexity, as happened to Cecilia when she toured her theatre show that inspired this podcast. We will understand the relationship between cities and outskirts and see what life has been like for many Europeans across the country, outside of L…
 
GFA358. Is it possible to hire Chinese staff in China even without a company fully set-up? We talked about that in a recently concluded GFA webinar. Giacomo Verde, HROne Marketing Manager shared some valuable insights with us. Let's tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/nocompany. The post ​​Hiring Chinese Staff (Without a Comp…
 
Is it possible to hire Chinese staff in China even without a company fully set-up? We talked about that in a recently concluded GFA webinar. Giacomo Verde, HROne Marketing Manager shared some valuable insights with us. Let's tune in. The post GFATV 358 ​​​​Hiring Chinese Staff (Without a Company!) with Giacomo Verde appeared first on Global From As…
 
Seattle Opera Scholar-in-Residence Naomi André and Dramaturg Jonathan Dean discuss the most controversial of all opera composers, Richard Wagner, whose DIE WALKÜRE the company will present, in concert (and abridged) at Fisher Pavilion on August 28. Wagner’s astonishing masterpieces continue to challenge and delight audiences, although his legacy is…
 
Giacomo Pellegrino's magical psilocybin forest whispers stories that are too tempting to pass by. An oasis in the middle of a cold space wilderness meets with a pleasant disorientation and weightlessness.An hour surrounded by percussive cicadas and firefly pads is enough for maximum exacerbation of the auditory receptors. Here, on the fluorescent e…
 
Transcript: https://sicksub.network/LNJ048Transcript In this episode we have Richard Myers talking about his work on the Lot49 protocol. This protocol is basically a stripped down version of the Lightning Network made for low bandwidth mesh networks. Previously Richard was working at GoTenna, where he launched Global Mesh Labs to do this open sourc…
 
Note: This is a special live podcast session done on Twitter Spaces. Since the topic was so interesting, we decided to push it to our RSS feed. We have these Lightning Network discussions every Friday on Twitter at 4pm EST/8pm UTC. Check it out! In this #lightningfriday stream we will have Rusty Russell who is most directly responsible for Bolt12 o…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login