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Best Muti podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Muti podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Founded in 1891, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of the greatest orchestras in the world. In collaboration with the best conductors and guest artists on the international music scene, the CSO performs well over one hundred concerts each year at its downtown home, Symphony Center, and at the Ravinia Festival on Chicago’s North Shore, where it is in residency each summer. Music lovers outside Chicago enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-s ...
 
BankBosun is a biweekly syndicated audio program that provides the muti-tasking bank C-suite officers ideas and solutions from key executives from all types of businesses operating in the banking ecosystem. We provide relevant ideas and solutions clearly, concisely and credibly to better enable them to navigate risk and discover reward.
 
Profiler is a weekly discussion between journalist Paul Llewellyn & former Head of Forensic Investigation at the South African Police Service, Gerard Labuschagne, who worked on over 300 serial murder and rape cases in his career. Hear the stories behind the killers who stalk the streets of South Africa.
 
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Join us for the Beethoven 9 Facebook Premiere!https://www.facebook.com/ChicagoSymphony/posts/10157359874958049Riccardo Muti conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Beethoven’s most glorious and jubilant masterpiece. An exhilarating testament to the human spirit, Beethoven’s Ninth bursts with brooding power and kinetic energy and culmi…
 
In a vibrant program of classical music inspired by the jazz revolution of the 20th century, two of George Gershwin’s iconic works are paired with one he undoubtedly influenced, Ravel’s jazzy Piano Concerto in G Major. Ravel’s most famous work, the mesmerizing Boléro, brings the program to a rousing close.Learn more: https://order.cso.org/9954/…
 
After leading a 2018 CSO performance of Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony full of “tensile strength and spirited dynamism” (Chicago Classical Review), distinguished conductor Herbert Blomstedt returns to conduct Brahms’ radiant Second Symphony. “Scintillating and incisive” (The Straits Times) French pianist Bertrand Chamayou makes his CSO debut with Moza…
 
From its expansive opening to its transcendent climax, Sibelius’ Fifth Symphony is one of the most vivid orchestral works of the 20th century. Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu, in his CSO debut, pairs this with the composer’s best-known work, Finlandia. Pekka Kuusisto performs Nielsen’s spirited Violin Concerto. “Nielsen was a folk fiddler and Kuusist…
 
Opening with the most famous four notes in all of classical music, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is a staggering masterwork that became a symphonic blueprint for all subsequent composers. Riccardo Muti leads a program that also features the composer’s buoyant, humorous Second Symphony and a world premiere concerto performed by CSO Bass Clarinet J. Law…
 
Beloved by opera audiences around the world, Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana is an impassioned story of tormented love wrapped in music of fervent vibrancy. Riccardo Muti, whose command of 19th-century Italian opera is “virtually without peer” (Bachtrack), leads concert performances of the complete one-act opera with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra …
 
Renowned English pianist Paul Lewis returns to perform two of Beethoven’s extraordinary piano concertos—the good-humored First and the intricate Fourth. Sir Andrew Davis, music director of Lyric Opera of Chicago and “a Tippett conductor of proven pedigree and insight” (Gramophone), leads two fascinating works by the 20th-century English composer. L…
 
Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony is a lyrical masterpiece that The Guardian calls “35 minutes of life-enhancing joy.” Edo de Waart conducts this profound work, along with John Adams’ exuberant “foxtrot for orchestra,” an outtake from his opera Nixon in China. The phenomenally gifted Leila Josefowicz returns to perform Stravinsky’s brilliant neoclassical Vi…
 
Taking inspiration from Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, Tchaikovsky’s Fourth explores fate, progressing from dark despair to defiant triumph. John Storgårds leads this powerfully expressive work, along with the first CSO performance of the deeply moving blue cathedral by Jennifer Higdon, winner of the 2018 Nemmers Prize in Music Composition. The dazzli…
 
Juanjo Mena conducts the CSO in a program featuring Holst’s powerful and haunting The Planets. Sally Matthews, a soprano of “incandescent verve” (The Times, London), performs two scenes from Barber’s 1966 opera that opened the Metropolitan Opera's new house at Lincoln Center. Detroit-based composer James Lee III’s celebratory Sukkot Through Orion’s…
 
Brahms' final orchestral composition calls for deep lyricism and virtuosic technique from its soloists to create the illusion of a single instrument. CSO Associate Concertmaster Stephanie Jeong and Assistant Principal Cello Kenneth Olsen take center stage for this exhilarating work. Riccardo Muti concludes the program with Schumann's Third Symphony…
 
A season-long Beethoven celebration continues with the composer’s dazzling Violin Concerto performed by the renowned Leonidas Kavakos, “the most deeply satisfying violinist performing today” (Philadelphia Inquirer). Riccardo Muti conducts this towering work along with a world premiere by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Bernard Rands.…
 
A captivating program of music by Vivaldi, Mozart and Piazzolla features the CSO conducting debut of Julian Rachlin, aviolinist of "brilliant high-octane technique" (The New York Times). Rachlin conducts and performs on two vastlydifferent incarnations of The Four Seasons—Vivaldi’s pictorial baroque masterpiece and Piazzolla's tango-inspired take.…
 
The sensational young Korean pianist Sunwook Kim, acclaimed for his "ability to shift from fantasy to fireworks and back in a gasp" (The News, Portsmouth), makes his CSO debut with two vivacious works by Mendelssohn—the glittering Piano Concerto No. 1 and virtuosic Capriccio brillant. Ukrainian conductor Kirill Karabits, in his CSO subscription ser…
 
James Gaffigan, praised for his "exemplary, full-blooded conducting" (Chicago Classical Review), leads the CSO in Shostakovich's rarely heard Eighth Symphony, a profound work that represents the composer's yearning for peace. The CSO's own Cynthia Yeh gives the U.S. premiere of Israeli-born composer Avner Dorman's percussion concerto, which he call…
 
The season-long celebration of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth opens with a program dedicated entirely to his music. Riccardo Muti, who conducts all nine Beethoven symphonies this season, begins with the ebullient, classically scaled First. Unprecedented in proportion and epic in scope, the groundbreaking Eroica Symphony demonstrates how…
 
Riccardo Muti opens his 10th season as music director with two dramatic Russian works—Alexander Scriabin's haunting first orchestral composition and Shostakovich's pensive Sixth Symphony, written during a time of prewar tension. The brilliant Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes, hailed by the Wall Street Journal as "one of the most gifted musicians …
 
In this episode we discuss the Griekwestad family murders. Don Steenkamp murdered his father Deon Steenkamp (44) his mother Christel (43) and his sister Marthella (14) on April 6, 2012.We are joined by Bronwynn Stollarz. Bronwynn is a Clinical Psychologist. She resigned from SAPs special investigative psychology section on the rank of Colonel. In t…
 
Profiler is a weekly discussion between journalist Paul Llewellyn & former Head of Forensic Investigation at the South African Police Service, Gerard Labuschagne, who worked on over 300 serial murder and rape cases in his career. Hear the stories behind the killers who stalk the streets of South Africa. In this episode we discuss serial murder in S…
 
Matt Foley: I am 35 years old. I am divorced and I live in a van down by the river. Intro: Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.com. Kelly brings over 25 years of experience with companies …
 
Title: Pick Up the Damn Phone Means No Cold Calling! Listen to Joanne-of-the-Nice-Voice Explain. Date: August 25, 2017 Attendee and Guest: Kelly Coughlin, CEO, BankBosun; Joanne Black, Author and Consultant, [Boatswain’s whistle] That’s the Bosun’s whistle calling you bankers to attention. Listen, compete, win. Intro: Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CE…
 
Date: August 16, 2017 Attendee and Guest: Kelly Coughlin, CEO, BankBosun; Mike Lindell, CEO, MyPillow.com That’s the bosun’s whistle calling you bankers to attention. Listen. Compete. Win! Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the…
 
"Stand your ground. Do not fire unless you are fired upon, but if they mean war, let it begin here." 1775, Battle of Lexington and Concord, Captain Parker Intro: Kelly Coughlin is CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.…
 
“My other piece of advice, Copperfield,” said Mr. Micawber, “Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen to nineteen six. Result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds and six. Result misery.” David Copperfield (1850) Intro: Kelly Coughlin is CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank …
 
Title: Out of the Box Banker; Inside the Box Regulators, Chuck Leyh, Enterprise Bank – Part 2 Subtitle: A two-part discussion with a successful banker fulfilling a COMMON BANKING need with an UNCOMMON BUSINESS solution. Date: July 25, 2017 Attendee and Guest: Kelly Coughlin, CEO, BankBosun; Enterprise Bank Chuck Leyh This is part two of my intervie…
 
Title: Enterprise Bank's Leader, Chuck Leyh: Accountant, Banker and Deal Maker, Part 1 Subtitle: A two-part discussion with a successful banker fulfilling a COMMON BANKING need with an UNCOMMON BUSINESS solution. “Being a banker is like being the pilot of an aircraft. It is years of boredom and seconds of terror.” Kelly Coughlin is CEO of BankBosun…
 
This is the 3rd and final interview of Robin Kermode, actor and author of the print and audio book, Speak: So Your Audience Will Listen. A great book. Coupled with this three-part podcast series customized for BankBosun audience, will give your great confidence in public speaking. If you listen to this series and buy his book, it will save you from…
 
This is the second of my three-part interview with Robin Kermode, actor and author or the terrific book, Speak: So Your Audience Will Listen. I love this book and the audio book that you can also order. Public speaking is something all execs have to do. And honestly, his book has done more to help me in my public speaking self-confidence than any o…
 
There are always three speeches for everyone that you give. The one you practiced, the one you actually gave and the one you wish you gave, Dale Carnegie. Kelly Coughlin is CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm, helping bank C-Level officers navigate risk and discover rewards. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.com. …
 
Title: Understanding Hidden Risks in Insurance Companies and Impact on BOLI Asset. Prepare yourself for your bank owned life insurance (BOLI) annual review with a better understanding of insurance company "General Account" portfolio hidden risks. Attendee and Guest: Kelly Coughlin, CEO, BankBosun; David Merkel, CEO, Aleph Investments, CFA and Actua…
 
Bank Marketing Ideas in One Page by Alan Dib, Best Selling Author Introduction: False facts are highly injurious to the progress of science, for they often endure long; but false views, if supported by some evidence, do little harm, for everyone takes a salutary pleasure in proving their falseness. And when this is done one path towards error is cl…
 
Topic: Can Banks Earn Revenues Helping Customers Reduce Property Taxes?? Date: May 24, 2017 Attendee and Guest: Kelly Coughlin, CEO, BankBosun; Jason Ziccarelli, CEO, StrydeSolutions, Intro: Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of t…
 
Once there was this lion who had many friends, big and small. One day the lion got trapped in a net. Help, yelled the lion. I’m coming, said the elephant and with a swing of his trunk he missed the net holding the lion and got trapped in a different net. Help, yelled both the animals and all their large friends came to help, and also got trapped in…
 
Announcer: And now your host. He thinks his uncle, Father Bernard Coughlin, SJ, is a saint. Kelly Coughlin. Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.com. Kelly brings over 25 years of experienc…
 
An old Native American Proverb: “Tell me the facts and I’ll learn them. Tell me the truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever.” Announcer: And now your host. Kelly Coughlin. Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover rewar…
 
Sun Tzu and Woody Harrleson Help Banks with Revenue Creation Narrator: He learned strategy by playing chess with his older brother. Narrator: Kelly Coughlin is a CPA and CEO of BankBosun, a management consulting firm helping bank C Level Officers navigate risk and discover reward. He is the host of the syndicated audio podcast, BankBosun.com. Kelly…
 
A Banker’s Voice is Mightier than the Pen and the Sword. We have entered the era of total competition. No matter your industry, company, or nationality, there is a battle-ready competitor somewhere who is busy thinking how to beat you. There are no safe havens. Yet the hard truth, for all the talk of new paradigms, reengineering, and organizational…
 
The hawks and crows made an agreement that they would split everything obtained in the forest. One day, they saw a wounded fox lying helpless under a tree. The crows said, “We will take the upper half.” And the hawks said, “We will take the lower half.” The fox laughed and said to the hawks, "I always thought the hawks were superior to crows and as…
 
Male Speaker: Louis XI, the great Spider King of France, had a weakness for astrology. He kept a court astrologer whom he admired until one day the man predicted that a lady of the court would die within eight days. When the prophecy came true, Louis was terrified thinking that either the man had murdered the woman to prove his accuracy, or that he…
 
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