Best kennedy center podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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On June 23, 2011, OK Go performed at The Kennedy Center in one of the most exciting free concerts of the summer. Inspired by the band's innovative use of video, the Kennedy Center invited 15 Twitter followers to help film the show and create the Center's first crowdsourced concert video. This podcast includes concert videos and interviews with OK Go’s Damian Kulash, who talks about his education in the arts, starting the band, and how a visit to New Orleans helped save his musical soul. For ...
 
An intermittent series where you'll learn about the activities and programs of the Education Department of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
 
Coming to the Kennedy Center? ARTSEDGE, the Center’s educational media program, takes you in and around the building in this video series designed for kids and families.
 
In this series, Georges Collinet, host of NPR’s Afropop Worldwide, explores the rich history and culture of the music of the Arab World. Arabic musicians and scholars demonstrate the sounds of string, wind and percussion instruments that directly influenced the development of musical instruments common to the modern Western world. The importance of universal musical concepts, such as improvisation, ornamentation and audience participation are discussed in the context of the Arab World, as ar ...
 
Louis Armstrong said, “If you can’t feel Swing, you’ll never know it.” This series, hosted by Connaitre Miller of Howard University, explores why Swing was the most popular dance music in America and how it is still alive today in dance halls, clubs and movies. For more on Swing music and dancing, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
Nationally-recognized NPR Morning Edition music commentator Miles Hoffman (and NSO alumn) takes us on a tour through classical music in the United States from the 1720s to today. In this 3-part series, follow the development and impact of classical music in the United States from its humble beginnings in the new colonies through its role in concert halls and Hollywood in the 20th century, to discover how this European tradition helped shape, and in turn was shaped by, American culture, compo ...
 
While students are probably told Civil Rights marchers sang We Shall Overcome, there is not much focus on the import role music played in the fight to secure equal rights for African-Americans. This series tells three important stories about the role of music on the road to equality.
 
Professional swing dance instructors Nina Gilkenson and Bobby White are going to teach you how to swing! In these videos, you'll learn the basics of swing dance called East Coast Swing; take it up a notch with the Charleston; and if you're really swingin' after that, you can learn the most advanced swing dance, the Lindy Hop. So pay attention to their feet! For more on Swing music and dancing, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
Garry Golden is a professionally trained Futurist who writes, speaks and consults on issues shaping business and society in the 21st century. In this video interview, conducted in early 2012, Garry discusses the future of the arts in education and society, and how it will intersect with the job market and be influenced by technology.
 
In this video series, sit at the mixing console with Motown historian Harry Weinger and Questlove of The Roots as they unpack the tracks of Marvin Gaye’s 1971 chart-topping hit, “What’s Going On.” More at whatsgoingonnow.org.
 
In this series, percussionist Farai Malianga talks about drums and their place in African history. For more on world music, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
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DJ 101: The Basics
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In this podcast series, turntablist Kuttin Kandi, one of the best battle DJs in the game, demonstrates the basics of her instrument.
 
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Sounds of China
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Chinese music dates back thousands of years and sounds different from Western music thanks to important differences in tone, musical scale, pitch, instrumentation and individual instruments. With instruments crafted from a wide variety of materials, including, bamboo, silk, gourd, clay and stone—-and played in a diverse range of styles, from single voices to richly melodic orchestral pieces--Chinese music is as varied as the people who create it. ARTSEDGE, the online arts education project o ...
 
Have you ever wanted to take a Latin Dance class but didn’t have enough time? In this podcast, Latin Dance instructors Ricardo Loaiza and Elba Garcia prep you to dance the night away! Once you’ve practiced all three dances, find a local Latin Dance club or bust these moves at the next school dance! Wepa! For more dance lessons, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
What does it take to create a musical from beloved books? Find out with these 3 to 4-minute videos that will take you behind the scenes. Watch clips and hear from the people who brought Elephant Gerald and his best friend Piggie to life on stage through writing, music, and design.
 
Have you ever wanted to take a Latin Dance class but didn’t have enough time? In this podcast, Latin Dance instructors Ricardo Loaiza and Elba Garcia prep you to dance the night away! Once you’ve practiced all three dances, find a local Latin Dance club or bust these moves at the next school dance! Wepa! For more dance lessons, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
Diane Ravitch is a Research Professor of Education at New York University and a historian of education. In addition, she is a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. She shares a blog called Bridging Differences with Deborah Meier, hosted by Education Week. She also blogs for Politico.com/arena and The Huffington Post. Diane often speaks on inequality in American education and the negative impact of federal legislation on students, teachers, and schools. Du ...
 
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Blood, Guts and Gore
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Create amusing, amazing stage makeup and bloody special effects.
 
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Culture Connect
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As a part of the Global Cultural Initiative, the United States Department of State and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts offer professional development opportunities to energize the work of emerging international artists in their own countries by bringing them to the United States and providing them with instructive and informative experiences in their arts discipline, exposure to the creation and performance of world-class art, and opportunities to develop relationships wit ...
 
Over the years, they’ve been some of the most popular songs in the country. They are TV Theme songs, something as old as TV.
 
In this series, dancer Rujeko Dumbutshena and drummer Farai Malianga show you how to dance traditional African dances. For more on music and dancing, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
Today if you want to talk about a tragedy, there are plenty of ways to do it. But in the past, one way people would pass along news was through songs.
 
People write songs about a lot of things, mostly things that mean a lot to us. We write songs about desire, songs about loneliness, about heartbreak, love, and for some reason, we also write lots and lots of songs about cars.
 
En poddradio i lagom format om konspirationsteorier och vetenskap. Vet man vem som sköt Kennedy? Vad hände egentligen på väg till månen? Vilka var det som egentligen flög in planen i World Trade Center? Och vad är det planen släpper ut ovanför våra huvuden?Från författaren bakom Skeptikerskolan och bloggen Tankebrott samt programledaren från Skeptikerpodden. Nås på info(a)khpodden.se
 
The Kennedy Center is launching "What's Going On...Now," a national youth campaign to inspire young people to share their art and expression by telling us "How have things changed?" since Marvin Gaye's album "What's Going On" was released. At www.whatsgoingonnow.org, young people can use art as their voice, upload and share their creative expressions. On May 3-4, John Legend, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings and the National Symphony Orchestra will reinterpret and perform an updated version of ...
 
When it comes to creating music, composers like to push the limits. Get ready to hear how!
 
Did you know music has a lot to say? Without any words at all, music is a language anyone can understand. It tells stories, expresses feelings, and even makes us think. Get ready to hear how!
 
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Page to Stage
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Taking a musical from words on a page to songs on a stage: in this series, follow along as talented playwrights, designers and directors at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts transform classic works of literature into original theatrical productions.
 
Abraham Lincoln was one of America's most unmusical presidents: he could neither play an instrument nor carry a tune. Yet he had a passionate love of the arts—enjoying everything from sentimental ballads to nonsense songs, from melodrama to opera. This 3-part audio series explores Lincoln’s relationship to the arts of his time.
 
Mastered Level 1? Time to move to Level 2! Latin dance level 1 taught the basic steps, and if you’ve mastered those, get ready for more. Level 2 is full of new moves that are as fun as they are challenging. For more dance lessons, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
 
This audio series celebrates the history and style of Blue Note Records on its 75th anniversary. Narrated by Susan Stamberg for the Kennedy Center.
 
The Black Sheep Chiro Podcast is go-to the podcast for people-centered chiropractors. If you are a chiropractor who wants to grow your practice by connecting with people and building relationships…if a thriving, people-centered practice excites you, this is the podcast for you. One free episode is released every 2 weeks. Premium subscribers get access to weekly subscriber-only episodes, bonus content, and the entire back catalog of past episodes (150+ episodes). You won’t hear every episode ...
 
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Blues Journey
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The story of the blues travels from the coasts of Africa, through the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta, across the hills of Appalachia, to the streets of Chicago and beyond. The roots of blues can be found in slave songs, spirituals, and field hollers of the American South; its sound can be heard in early rock-and-roll, and in today's alternative and hip hop landscapes. Journey with us to learn about the influences and impact the blues has had on musical culture, and how it has been br ...
 
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Art/Space
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How do composers hear space? What does space sound like? Is there music in space? Narrated by Roger Launius of the Space History Division of the National Air and Space Museum, this series looks at the way music and outer space connect.
 
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Summon the Heroes!
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Throughout the ages, composers have celebrated the accomplishments of famous heroes through music. What does a hero “sound” like? Get ready to find out! This multi-part audio series is part of the NSO’s Young People’s Concert: Summon the Heroes at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Listen to rousing marches by composers Aaron Copland and John Williams, and hear heroes caringly remembered in moving tributes by George Walker, Edward Elgar, Nikolai Rimsky-Kors ...
 
An occasional series pulled from lectures, workshops and other events for educators presented by and through the Education Department of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
 
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Justice Matters
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Podcast by the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Hosted by Carr Center's Executive Director Sushma Raman.
 
The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, in association with The Dramatists Guild, presents conversations from their two-week playwriting intensive at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts geared towards university students, faculty and young professionals from across the country. The program consisted of writing workshops and discussions of the business of playwriting with the Program's Director,Gary Garrison and a wide range of distinguished guest artists. ARTSEDG ...
 
Each week, your hosts--public radio veteran Stephan Cox, political science PhD candidate Chad Levinson, and Democratic strategist David Gershwin--unpack the week in politics and attempt to drill down through the chatter and into something that quite possibly resembles the truth.Born during the 16-month long national nightmare that is the 2016 Presidential election, the show continues to evolve, examining greater and deeper themes and threads across the political and cultural landscape.Stepha ...
 
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Ready Set Park!
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All you've ever wanted to know about Central Florida attractions. Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Kennedy Space Center, and more!
 
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ARTv (HD)
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Welcome to ARTv (HD)! Focused on HD content developed for mobile and Internet-based learning, this podcast will provide quick access to all the Kennedy Center's HD educational video content.
 
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Use this plan to see 27 top sights in Washington, D.C. over the course of five days of visiting world-class attractions. Suggestions for dining and advance planning, as well as ideas for modifying the plan if you have more or less time to spend in Washington, D.C. are included. Click on the audio bar at the end of this post to listen to the acc ...…
 
Trump's threat to attack Syria and the growing tensions between the US and Russia Ray McGovern served as an Army intelligence officer and a CIA analyst for 27 years under 7 presidential administrations, from John F. Kennedy to George H. W. Bush. Among his duties was preparing the President’s Daily Brief, which was a one-on-one to President Rona ...…
 
Episode Tease He's knowledgeable. He's energetic. He's full of STEM spunk. That's right, our favorite FIRST Volunteer Coordinator and Emcee is back... time to create a frequent guest punch card for the one and only, Barry Bonzack. When you are around Barry, especially at a FIRST Competition, you can't help but feel inspired. He has a way of tur ...…
 
Ep. 293: Do I Have to Be Gluten-Free Forever? In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk about if a little gluten now and then is so terrible for most people. Plus, they discuss genetic susceptibility to having issues with gluten. Click here to listen in iTunes If you enjoy the show, please review it in iTunes!The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 293: Do I ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Heidi interviews Ben Saltzman about the Nine Enneagram types and how they respond differently to the changing digital landscape. They dig deep into how types correspond with the digital self, and how they can shift in the changing landscape. From Dr. Heidi’s Type One to Ben’s Type Seven, there are great perspectives on how ...…
 
“Once I left college, I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to do. And I think for a lot of “former dancers” that becomes an issue, because when you’ve put every fibre of your being into your art form since whenever you started – at 3, 5, 13, or whatever – ballet is all-encompassing in a way that can be compared to training to become a ...…
 
SASD Directors: Jeannie Bruins (Alternate – Miller), Sue Frost, Patrick Hume (Alternate-Ly), Patrick Kennedy, Andy Morin (Alternate – Miklos), Don Nottoli, Susan Peters, Phil Serna, Robert McGarvey (Alternate – Gatewood), Larry Carr, (Alternate - Guerra) Regional Sanitation Directors: Jeannie Bruins (City of Citrus Heights Alternate – Miller),S ...…
 
90.7’s Brendan Byrne talks with Moon Express founder and CEO Bob Richards. Photo: WMFE / Jenny Babcock Florida’s Space Coast is roaring back to life. Nearly a decade after the shuttle was retired, we’re on the brink of a new age of space exploration that leverages commercial and academic partnerships to send humans farther into the solar system ...…
 
NASA EDGE provides live coverage during the GOES-S rollout the day before its historic launch from Space Launch Complex 41 at NASA Kennedy Space Center.
 
The criminalization of poverty in America Professor Peter Edelman is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law and Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC, and one of our nation's leading authorities on the economics, politics and law behind poverty, welfare and juvenile justice. He was the former legislative assistant ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: The Path to NowSubtitle: An Octogenarian's Account of Life and Travels in North Florida and the WorldAuthor: Connie McBrideNarrator: Bob KernFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 hrs and 52 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-29-16Publisher: Connie McBrideGen ...…
 
This week we head back in our archives to our time at The Kennedy Center in October of 2017. With this episode we are delighted to share an inside look into the world of arts administration. We are speaking with Meg Booth, Director of Dance Programming at The Kennedy Center. Meg attended the University of Notre Dame where she recieved a Bachelo ...…
 
Ronnoja Ayers-Des Moines-GVU, Kennedy King -Assumption-GVU, Katie Roberts-Ankeny-GVU, and Chantel Blair-Boone-GVU ©Vikings Athletics Feature photo: Karissa Schweizer-Dowling Mizzou©Mizzou Athletics 2018 On this edition of the Next Level Iowa Podcast, Mike and I put together our podcast from different parts of the world. We wanted to make sure a ...…
 
The Flying Tigers, the search for MH370 four years after its disappearance, a newly designated national aviation museum, flight training in the F-104 Starfighter, slow acceptance of ADS-B, and the selection of the new FAA administrator. Guest Charlene Fontaine is the founder and executive director of the Flying Tigers 69th DRS Association, Inc. ...…
 
In last week’s Supreme Court ruling in Patchak v. Zinke the justices strongly disagreed with one another over fundamental questions about the proper roles of Congress and the courts—but they did not divide in the way that you might think. The case split the justices along non-ideological lines. Justice Thomas wrote the lead opinion for himself, ...…
 
Diana Ezerins, Sean Joyce, Haywood Turnipseed Jr. on the YMTE 10 HR Marathon from Full Service Radio Diana Ezerins for Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage Sean Joyce for Underground Comedy Co-host Haywood Turnipseed Jr. Lullabies and "Better Company" by Jessica Risker Full Service Radio for venue
 
New ways of governing, policy, protests, and more have been introduced across the globe for centuries to try and curb inequality. So, what actually worked? According to Walter Scheidel, author of "The Great Leveler: Violence and the History of Inequality from the Stone Age to the Twenty-First Century," history reports that violence and catastro ...…
 
Episode 024 – Adam La Reau is the Co-Founder of O2X and a former Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy SEALs who began his military career as a Midshipman at the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA). Having left active duty in August 2013, Adam attended the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and received a Masters Degree in Public Admi ...…
 
Episode 024 – Adam La Reau is the Co-Founder of O2X and a former Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy SEALs who began his military career as a Midshipman at the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA). Having left active duty in August 2013, Adam attended the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and received a Masters Degree in Public Admi ...…
 
In the second episode of Justice Matters, Carr Center's Executive Director Sushma Raman interviews Senior Fellow Alberto Mora on the U.S. policy to use torture under the Bush administration, its impacts on US/international relations, and U.S. sentiment on the use of torture. Alberto J. Mora is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Go ...…
 
What should we eat, and what shouldn’t we eat? What keeps cancer patients healthy, and what can help fend off cancer in the first place? These are big questions, and it can be hard to tell the difference between a nutritional myth and a nutritional fact.“Superfood,” a relatively new term, refers to foods that have certain supposed very good hea ...…
 
ELITE VERIFICATION Jessica was at LSU for elite verification! (5:00) Much like Santa Claus, Jessica Claus arrived in the middle of the night to bring us All the inside scoop we could ever ask for Trinity Thomas, Margzetta Frazier (43:30), and Jordan Chiles (50:13) reacting to the new verification experience in their own words An exclusive inter ...…
 
In "The Killer in Me", when Giles takes the Potentials on a vision quest, Kennedy stays home because of the "flu"... which is code for sexually pursuing Willow. But their first kiss backfires and turns Willow into Warren! While Willow attempts to reverse the masculine magic, the Scoobies get a call from England about Giles. Kristen and Mike dis ...…
 
Katie Miller is an American-based artist who is best known for her colorful, hyperrealistic oil paintings of children. She was raised in New Hampshire, Florida, and California and graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2007, with a BFA in painting and a minor in art history. She earned her MFA from Hoffberger School of Painting at ...…
 
On Tuesday's Mark Levin show, one of the greatest dangers to this country is the media. We can’t get the truth to our fellow citizens; they decide what to focus on and what to ignore. There are very few stories on sheriffs in counties doing what needs to be done, putting trained armed individuals in schools. Also, it’s easier just to talk about ...…
 
1st Hour Stanton FriedmanNuclear Physicist-Lecturer Stanton T. Friedman received his BSc. and MSc. Degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist by such companies as GE, GM, Westinghouse, TRW Systems, Aerojet General Nucleonics, and McDonnell Douglas working in such highl ...…
 
A disappointing end to what had been a ground breaking day for Space X. SpaceX chief Elon Musk says the centre booster of the Falcon Heavy slammed into the Atlantic at 480km/h, missing the floating landing platform.Musk says it hit the water with such force that shrapnel flew onto the droneship's deck and took out two engines.Despite the loss, ...…
 
This episode features Chris Blair, who works in the Communications Departments for NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL. In addition to his work with NASA, Chris talks about making a serious mid-life career transition and encourages others to think about their passions and how those might motivate a career transition. Chris dis ...…
 
SpaceX have launched a car into space and live streamed it to the world! Sam and Dave discuss the launch and other SpaceX stuff, most of which Dave gets wrong and proves you should do your research before talking. Sam discusses watching the launch live, and they both try and work out what's next for SpaceX and Humanity on Mars. SpaceX successfu ...…
 
The February 5th episode of Music Unframed is featuring “Leaving the Land”, a year 2018 released album by “Sisare” from Finland. In this episode, you will also hear new Music by The Cyberiam, Servants of Science, Long Distance Calling, Kayak, Kilbey Kennedy, Isildurs Bane, Art of Illusion, Weend’o, Yesternight, The Black Noodle Project, Orpheus ...…
 
The liberal Democratic establishment and the memo Ray McGovern served as an Army intelligence officer and a CIA analyst for 27 years under 7 presidential administrations, from John F. Kennedy to George H. W. Bush. Among his duties was preparing the President’s Daily Brief, which was a one-on-one to President Ronald Reagan’s most senior national ...…
 
1st Hour Stanton FriedmanNuclear Physicist-Lecturer Stanton T. Friedman received his BSc. and MSc. Degrees in physics from the University of Chicago in 1955 and 1956. He was employed for 14 years as a nuclear physicist by such companies as GE, GM, Westinghouse, TRW Systems, Aerojet General Nucleonics, and McDonnell Douglas working in such highl ...…
 
This week on Middle Theory, we examine Trump's first State of the Union address and the double-standards within politics and the entertainment industry.
 
On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" hosts Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon are joined by Anoa Changa, lawyer and host of “The Way with Anoa" and Donna Davis, Co-Founder, Black Lives Matter Tampa, to talk about Donald Trump's first State of the Union Address, his exploitation of parent's mourning the loss of their children, using them as ...…
 
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