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Best Juilliard School podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Juilliard School podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Award winning YTP RADIO, is a syndicated online global radio station covering a variety of topics from the "get-up-and-go" inspirational morning show (Mon / Wed / Fri) to B2B connections, travel insights and inspiring music for the soul. We look forward to you listening to our weekly programs: 'Wake Up New York,' the morning show; ‘People Who Need People,' for B2B topics and trends; and 'The Luxury Wellness Travel Show' presented by Vuitton Travel for great scoop on the latest travel trends, ...
 
The Arrangers Podcast is a show dedicated to insightful discussion about the art, craft, and business of music arranging and composition.
 
From his time at Juilliard to his grand success on Broadway, follow the path of Stephen Schwartz, the composer/lyricist of such legendary works as Godspell, Pippin, and his most recent Broadway hit, Wicked (which was at the Kennedy Center in 2005). Excerpted from the PerformancePlus event moderated by Michael Kerker, ASCAP Director of Musical Theater, this series invites you into the world of one of the American theater's most talented artists.
 
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Aaron and Drew sat down for a lengthy discussion with legendary composer, arranger, saxophonist, and educator Andy Farber, who has been a leading writer in the NYC and international jazz scene for many years. His many collaborations include Wynton Marsalis, Jon Hendricks, Shirley Horn, Bobby Short, Michael Feinstein, Catherine Russell, Frankie ...…
 
Aaron and Drew sat down for a lengthy discussion with legendary composer, arranger, saxophonist, and educator Andy Farber, who has been a leading writer in the NYC and international jazz scene for many years. His many collaborations include Wynton Marsalis, Jon Hendricks, Shirley Horn, Bobby Short, Michael Feinstein, Catherine Russell, Frankie ...…
 
Aaron and Drew catch up about the sheer craziness of the musician lifestyle. They share the struggles and positives of having a music career.By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew are back from a long hiatus and they discuss various ideas and options for making a living as arrangers.By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew analyze the big band score of Alan Baylock's beautiful composition "El Abrazo." Link to piece and score to follow along: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62KEHdFD55Q Alan's website: https://www.alanbaylock.comBy Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with world-class arranger and Minneapolis resident Adi Yeshaya, whose impressive resumé includes work with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Prince, and the hit television series "The Voice." Adi's Official Website: https://www.adiyeshaya.comBy Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with world-class arranger and Minneapolis resident Adi Yeshaya, whose impressive resumé includes work with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Prince, and the hit television series "The Voice." Adi's Official Website: https://www.adiyeshaya.comBy Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew answer three questions submitted by listeners, two involving big band jazz voicings and one about ASCAP and how it applies to a music career. Show Notes: www.ascap.comBy Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew break down some of the techniques and concepts of Rich DeRosa's beautiful big band work Perseverance. Rich's Website: http://richderosa.com Rich's UNT Profile: http://jazz.unt.edu/derosa Link to Rich's arrangements: http://www.ejazzlines.com/big-band-arrangements/by-arranger/derosa-rich/ Score and recording of Perseverance: http: ...…
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with their mentor from University of North Texas, acclaimed arranger and composer Rich DeRosa, to discuss his career and thoughts on music. Rich's Website: http://richderosa.com Rich's UNT Profile: http://jazz.unt.edu/derosa Link to Rich's arrangements: http://www.ejazzlines.com/big-band-arrangements/by-arranger/derosa-rich/…
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with their mentor from University of North Texas, acclaimed arranger and composer Rich DeRosa, to discuss his career and thoughts on music. Rich's Website: http://richderosa.com Rich's UNT Profile: http://jazz.unt.edu/derosa Link to Rich's arrangements: http://www.ejazzlines.com/big-band-arrangements/by-arranger/derosa-rich/…
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with legendary arranger Alan Baylock, who served for 25 years as the staff arranger for the Airmen of Note, collaborating with countless guest artists on arrangements and writing a vast library of scores for various types of ensembles and styles. Alan has also recorded multiple CDs with his own jazz ensemble, the Alan Ba ...…
 
Aaron and Drew sit down with legendary arranger Alan Baylock, who served for 25 years as the staff arranger for the Airmen of Note, collaborating with countless guest artists on arrangements and writing a vast library of scores for various types of ensembles and styles. Alan has also recorded multiple CDs with his own jazz ensemble, the Alan Ba ...…
 
Aaron and Drew give 10 ideas for taking your music from your brain to the music community. Whether it's furthering your career as a writer or finding ways to improve or share with others, here are 10 ways that you can break into the scene. 1. Write every Day! It’s just like practicing, the more you do it the better you get Even if it’s terrible ...…
 
Show Notes Michael's Website: http://www.bone2bwildmusic.com/ The Hornheads' Website: http://www.hornheads.com/By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Show Notes Michael's Website: http://www.bone2bwildmusic.com/ The Hornheads' Website: http://www.hornheads.com/By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Show Notes Michael's Website: http://www.bone2bwildmusic.com/ The Hornheads' Website: http://www.hornheads.com/By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
In the first "Score Study" episode, Aaron and Drew follow up the David Berger interview by studying "Concerto for Cootie," a piece which David transcribed that features Cootie Williams on trumpet.By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Show Notes David Berger's website: https://www.davidbergerjazz.com/ Such Sweet Thunder Music: https://www.suchsweetthundermusic.com/ David Berger's blog: https://www.suchsweetthundermusic.com/blogs/newsBy Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
This episode features special guest David Berger in an interview conducted by Aaron and Drew. David talks about his upbringing in music and his professional experience as a prolific and highly influential arranger, composer, transcriber, bandleader and educator. Show Notes Correction: David's arranging book is called Creative JazzComposing and ...…
 
Aaron and Drew discuss the common issues of writing too many notes, leaving too much space, and the challenge writing with the perfect balance for every situation. They discuss what music they've been listening to as well.By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew discuss the elusive concept of what it means to have a personal artistic voice as a writer.By Aaron Hedenstrom and Drew Zaremba
 
Aaron and Drew introduce themselves and answer a handful of questions from the community. Show Notes Intro Music: "Pistachio" by Drew Zaremba, recorded by the University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band https://music.unt.edu/store/lab-2015 Ending Music: "Take Your Time" by Aaron Hedenstrom, recorded by the University of North Texas One O'Clo ...…
 
Hailed by the New York Times as ‘a robust baritone’, a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City with recent debuts at Carnegie Hall, Canadian baritone Jonathan Estabrooks continues to make a unique and rich contribution to the performing arts world. His vocalism and performance style have been called “commanding, rich, fres ...…
 
Get to know the musical beginnings of the aspiring composer.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen Schwartz discusses how he began working with Disney and elaborates on the differences between writing for the theater and writing for the movies.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
In this selection, Schwartz discusses the influences that Leonard Bernstein had on him, beginning with their collaboration in 1971 on the Mass that opened the Kennedy Center.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
In this insightful selection, Schwartz takes you through the genesis, adaptations, and final version of this Wicked hit song.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen explains how he learned of the book, Wicked by Gregory Maguire, his quest to convert it to a musical and collaboration with librettist, Winne Holzman.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen Schwartz discusses and performs Chanson, from The Baker's Wife.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen Schwartz discusses and performs "Corner of the Sky" from Pippin.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen shares the development of Pippin and advice from the legendary Hal Prince.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
Stephen Schwartz's college experience.By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
 
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