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The art-form defining films you've probably never seen. This is a podcast from Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson, who together but from opposite sides of the world (Australia and France), critique and explore some of the best films of the past 100 years.We look at how they were made, what impact they've had on the art-form, and what makes these films so influential. We delve into the human stories behind the films, the biggest challenges the filmmakers faced bringing these stories to the scre ...
 
"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
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Episode 11 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Christine Baumgartner, Klein & Partner. ABOUT THE PLONE PODCAST: The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, is produced by Six Feet Up. Every month, Six Feet Up's VP of Engineering, T. Kim Nguyen, sits down with a differ…
 
Episode 10 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Alan Runyan, President of Enfold Systems. You can find Alan on: GitHub: https://github.com/runyaga LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/runyaga/ Website: https://www.enfoldsystems.com/ ABOUT THE PLONE PODCAST: The Plone Podcast, monthly conversatio…
 
Episode 9 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Matthew Wilkes, a Principal Developer at Nomensa. Matthew has been active and engaged with the Plone community since mid-2007 and has been involved with several development teams such as the Framework and Security teams, as well as the Plone Foundati…
 
Episode 8 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Annette Lewis, a Senior Python + Plone Developer at Six Feet Up. Annette became both a professional web developer and Plone developer in 2013. Since then, she's built and themed dozens of Plone sites. She enjoys both front-end and backend development…
 
Episode 7 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Paul Roeland, the Plone Foundation Vice President and a Transparency Lead at Clean Clothes Campaign. Paul is a passionate advocate for open source technologies who is interested in using technology to promote social progress. An active member in the …
 
This special edition episode of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features four guest panelists: Chrissy Wainwright, Senior Python Developer at Six Feet Up Érico Andrei, Co-Founder and CTO at Pendect Timo Stollenwerk, Managing Director at kitconcept Philip Bauer, CEO at Starzel.de The panel shares their thought…
 
Episode 6 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Franco Pellegrini. Pellegrini is an independent Plone consultant and Plone core developer who been growing and improving the content management system (CMS) for more than 15 years. As part of Plone's Framework team, Pellegrini reviews new feature req…
 
Episode 5 of the Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Chrissy Wainwright. Wainwright is the President of the Plone Foundation and a Senior Python Developer at Six Feet Up. Six Feet Up, the largest Plone consultancy in the United States, has deep experience with Plone development and Plone hosting that d…
 
Episode 4 of the Plone Podcast featured guest Janina Hard. Janina is a web developer at Werkbank GmbH and has been working with Plone since 2010. She is a Plone core developer and is actively working to improve her version of Form Builder to release additional updates in the coming months. You can find Janina on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/woolly…
 
Episode 3 of the Plone Podcast featured guest Víctor Fernández de Alba. Víctor is the CTO at kitconcept GmbH and is the co-author of the multilingual add-on and the default theme for Plone 5. He is actively involved in Plone development and advancement, and is excited to join the Plone Foundation Board for a sixth term in 2021. You can find Víctor …
 
Episode 2 of the Plone Podcast featured guest Érico Andrei. Érico is the CTO and Co-Founder of Pendect, a collaborative news platform built with Plone and open source solutions. He joins us to discuss how his company, Pendect, uses Plone in production, and what he's looking forward to with the upcoming Plone 6 release. You can find Érico on: Twitte…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Plone Podcast featuring our guest Philip Bauer! Every month, Six Feet Up's Director of Engineering T. Kim Nguyen sits down with a different member of the Plone Community and asks them about their work with or on the Plone CMS. This month, our guest is Philip Bauer, a Plone-core developer and author of the Mas…
 
Hey folks, The next four films we'll be talking about all come from French filmmakers! So keep your ear out for these next episodes featuring, Jean Luc Godard's "A Bout de Souffle", Francois Truffaut's "Jule et Jim", Agnes Varda's "Vagabond" and finally Maurice Pialat's "LouLou". If you can give them a watch before you listen to our discussion, as …
 
Hey folks, So as Derek lives in France and I live in Australia, we have our own little french connection going on, which was part of the reason we picked this classic to watch. As with most of these films I'd never seen it but I knew about it and wanted to see it whereas Derek had seen it a couple of times at least. It stars the great Gene Hackman …
 
So, finally, this is our first full episode, featuring our analysis of the 1967 American classic "In the Heat of the Night". Remember to watch the film first if you don't want any spoilers! One of the original reasons we picked this film is because it stars the great Sidney Poitier, and the original name of this podcast was going to be "Sydney Poit…
 
Composer David Rakowski loves to write piano etudes. He’s created 100 of them. Etudes developed in the 19th century as short practice pieces . They help musicians focus on a technique or build strength or dexterity. Many -- like the etudes of Frederic Chopin -- were also beautiful. David has carried the tradition into the 21st century, writing etud…
 
Composer Benjamin Park felt exhausted during the 2016 election. He remembers the nonstop political coverage and the growing tension within the United States. He decided to write music that embodied the disconnect -- and addressed the division. Ben used portions of the melody from "America the Beautiful" to write a piece about the harsh political di…
 
Composer Paul Lansky was a pioneer in computer music -- sounds generated and manipulated by a computer. And then, after decades as an innovative composer of computer music, Paul stopped. He switched his focus to writing for live musicians. He's particularly fond of working with percussionists. This is the story of Paul's journey from the frontier o…
 
?Composer Jessica Meyer recently had the kind of experience that gives musicians nightmares. She traveled to the desert in northwestern Colorado to perform a new piece in concert on her viola. It was built on layers of electronic loops. But the unique acoustics at the venue -- known simply as The Tank -- caused those loops to dissolve into a squall…
 
Daniel Kellogg, who teaches composition at the University of Colorado, loves the string quartet. Some of history's greatest composers wrote their most extraordinary music for two violins, a viola and a cello. So Daniel took the job seriously when he set out to write a big statement that he ultimately called String Quartet No. 1. He had worked up to…
 
Composer David Ludwig wrote his piece "Pangaea" as a "prehistoric 'Carnival of the Animals.'" It's about a time in Earth's history when there was one supercontinent, a vast ocean and a frightening die-off that wiped out most species on the planet. Hear the haunting "Pangaea," performed at the Bravo! Vail music festival by Anne-Marie McDermott, Cald…
 
Centennial Sounds -- a podcast about modern classical music, and what inspires some of today's most talented composers -- returns soon for its second season. The series, hosted by Brad Turner, features exclusive recordings of music by 21st century composers and stories about what inspires the music. The new season features a twist: It's a musical r…
 
Composer Nathan Hall is fascinated with the huge, vibrant paintings of abstract painter Clyfford Still. Nathan recently set out to compose music about about Still, and combed through the painter's writings to set some of the colorful passages to music. Hear "Notes From Clyfford Still," performed by the Playground Ensemble in the CPR Performance Stu…
 
Composer Michael Ippolito tried an unusual approach when he wrote a piece for the Altius Quartet. He sat down with a cello, instrument he'd barely played since middle school. His experiments with an instrument he’d largely forgotten how to play took his music to surprising places. Hear Michael Ippolito’s String Quartet No. 4 performed by the Altius…
 
Composer Julia Wolfe lives in Lower Manhattan, just blocks from where the Twin Towers once stood. She and her family watched 9/11 unfold around them, and dealt with the aftermath. She wrote one of her most stark, concise works as a response. She called it “Compassion.” Hear the piece performed in concert by pianist Conrad Tao at the Aspen Music Fes…
 
Composer Loretta Notareschi remembers early motherhood as one of the hardest moments of her life. She felt completely in love with her infant daughter but she also grappled with a frightening postpartum mood disorder. She decided to use music to tell her story, and start a conversation with others going through the same thing. Hear Loretta’s piece,…
 
Composer Kevin Michael Olson used to work in a lab that developed military technology. And he wrote about that experience in his music. It sounded pretty dark. So one day, he wanted to write something that sounded less heavy. The piano music that came out sounded more complicated than he intended. It’s filled with stark contrasts. He called it “Dic…
 
Composer Egemen Kesikli spent last summer in his home country of Turkey. He was waiting to return to the United States, where he studied composition at the University of Colorado. Then Egemen heard about the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. Forty-nine people died at the popular gay club. Egemen, who is gay, felt horrified. He dealt with the sho…
 
The contemporary chamber ensemble yMusic set out to make a different kind of classical record with its latest release. The group enlisted one of its favorite collaborators, Son Lux, to compose an album of compositions with the feel of a rock LP. The result is called "First." Hear a CPR Performance Studio recording of two pieces from the album, and …
 
A few years ago, composer Carter Pann heard the saxophonists in the Capitol Quartet in concert. The music blew him away. He convinced the group to collaborate with him, and the resulting piece -- called "The Mechanics" -- made Carter a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Hear a CPR Performance Studio recording of the piece by the up-and-coming Black Diamond S…
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw writes music for the voice that catches you off guard. The singers in Roomful of Teeth talk over each other, break into huge chords and use stunning vocal techniques from all over the world. Caroline has a new piece for Roomful of Teeth, called "This Might Also Be a Form of Dreaming." Here's a live reco…
 
She’s a composer in Los Angeles who blends her favorite sounds from Indian and Western classical music. He’s a musician in Boulder who plays the 14-string viola d’amore -- a unique instrument that captivated composers more than 300 years ago. Their collaboration created an extraordinary piece of music called “Nishani.” Hear an exclusive recording o…
 
Welcome to "Centennial Sounds" -- a new podcast from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio that spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado. The podcast, hosted by Brad Turner, features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centenni…
 
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