Best operatic podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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New Sounds from WNYC
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The latest articles from New Sounds Podcasts
 
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New Sounds from WNYC
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The latest articles from New Sounds Podcasts
 
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New Sounds from WNYC
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The latest articles from New Sounds Podcasts
 
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San Diego Opera Podcast
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Learn about opera and San Diego Opera's current season, hosted by Nicolas Reveles, The Geisel Director of Education and Outreach. Give us 15 minutes weekly, and we'll give you the operatic world! This podcast hosted by LibSyn.com
 
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Mikado, Or The Town Of Titipu, The by GILBERT, W. S.
 
In this recording, one person reads the entire play, all parts, including the stage directions. Even without the support of Arthur Sullivan’s music and the interpretation of actors, the consummate silliness of Gilbert’s libretto entertains. The Mikado; or, The Town of Titipu is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert, their ninth of fourteen operatic collaborations. It opened on 14 March 1885, in London, where it ran at the Savoy Theatre for 672 ...
 
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How to Sing (Meine Gesangskunst) by LEHMANN, Lilli
 
Lilli Lehmann, born Elisabeth Maria Lehmann, was a German operatic soprano of phenomenal versatility. She was also a voice teacher. She wrote: "Every serious artist has a sincere desire to help others reach the goal—the goal toward which all singers are striving: to sing well and beautifully." This is the 1915 second (expanded) edition of her book, and the accompanying online book scan includes many illustrations and diagrams, both physiological and musical, which the listener will find usef ...
 
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Finders Keepers Records
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Behold Finders Keepers, a British record label, 40 years in the making, introducing fans of psychedelic / jazz / folk / funk / avant-garde and whacked-out movie musak to a lost world of undiscovered vinyl artifacts from the annals of alternative pop history.Catering to record collectors and DJ-producers alike with a huge emphasis on sample friendly soundscapes, rocksteady back-beats and primitive electronic experimentalism. Discerning purveyors of the bizarre and abnormal should expect the J ...
 
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Notes from the Vault
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A blizzard cripples an isolated stretch of US Highway where freezing to death would be a mercy. An antique broker holds the internet in the palm of his hand and learns what really brought the system down. In the forests of upstate Connecticut, a pair of college students visit the site of legendary hauntings.Welcome to the Vault.Phil Rossi, author and twisted mind behind Crescent, brings you a collection of stories that will take you on a terror-fueled ride from the cold abyss of space to you ...
 
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H.M.S. Pinafore; Or, The Lass That Loved A Sailor by GILBERT, W. S.
 
In this recording, one person reads the entire play, all parts, including the stage directions. Even without the support of Arthur Sullivan’s music and the interpretation of actors, the consummate silliness of Gilbert’s libretto entertains. H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and a libretto by W. S. Gilbert. It opened at the Opera Comique inLondon, England, on 25 May 1878 and ran for 571 performances, which was the sec ...
 
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Story of H.M.S. Pinafore, The by GILBERT, W. S.
 
H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor, is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and a libretto by W. S. Gilbert. It opened in London, England, on 25 May 1878 and ran for 571 performances, which was the second-longest run of any musical theatre piece up to that time. H.M.S. Pinafore was Gilbert and Sullivan's fourth operatic collaboration and their first international sensation. This is not that opera. It was adapted as a children's book by W. S. Gilbert entitle ...
 
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Girl with the Golden Eyes, The by BALZAC, Honoré de
 
Listeners who like to plunge straight into a story would do well to skip the lengthy preamble. Here, Balzac the virtuoso satirist depicts the levels of Parisian society as a version of the Inferno of Dante - but perhaps keeps the reader waiting too long for the first act of his operatic extravaganza. Our beautiful, androgynous hero, Henri de Marsay, is one of the bastard offspring of a depraved Regency milord and himself practises the cynical arts of the libertine. His quarry is the exotic P ...
 
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Composer Leonard Mark Lewis and tenor Brian Arreola join host Joe Brant for a preview of " Wake-Lucia: A Joycean Operatic Rite ." The performance includes original music by Lewis and dance based on the life of James Joyce and his daughter Lucia. Event Details : Winthrop University: Wake-Lucia: A Joycean operatic rite Brian Arreola, tenor Leonar ...…
 
After a 3 month hiatus, Jeremy and Wayne talk with Ashley Knight, the operatic maestro who toured with Yoshiki Classical, the recent X Japan Acoustic tour and the upcoming Dinner with Yoshiki shows. We also discuss the Japanese acoustic tour at length.
 
Mark and Patrick are back at NOV talking with Jed Niederer about a number of topics including oil and gas sales, developing leaders at every level of an organization and how someone can be successful transitioning from a non-HSE background into the HSE department. Leadership in the oil and gas industry is often something that is thrust upon a r ...…
 
Tara Pringle Jefferson is a writer, speaker, and self-care coach. She is the founder of Bloom Beautifully, a self-care subscription service that gives women bimonthly care packages alongside a community of support. With this business, Tara teaches women that the best way to achieve their goals is to first pour into themselves. She also hosts wo ...…
 
In Which We Discuss: We're flying rundown-free because we snuck this recording in after a packed weekend at Politicon, but tune in for our reactions to the comic-con for wonks, plus of course the healthcare vote, Priebus exit, Scaramucci living up to his operatic name, Trump's VERY on-brand boy scouts speech, and more! Also look out later in th ...…
 
In this Episode, We interview the writer (Nick Card) and producer/performer (Paul Strickland) for a show called The Interview which they are taking up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. They are doing a preview of the show before they take it up to the fringe to raise money for the Air Ambulance service. We find out some interesting facts about ...…
 
The Oil and Gas HSE podcast is giving a voice to the people! In our new segment, the Oil and Gas HSE Mailbag, we will be answering questions and discussing topics important to our listening audience. One of the primary purposes of the Oil and Gas HSE Podcast is to provide information that will help our listening audience perform their jobs in a ...…
 
ARTIST // THE SCIENCERELEASE // THE SEA AND I EPLABEL // METHLABRELEASE DATE // 27.07.2017Cat // MLEP001METHLAB introduce a slice of haunting vocal electronica in the form Bulgarian collective THE SCIENCE, delivering THE SEA AND I EP - a triage of ultra-refined sonic narratives that introduce the other-worldly vocals of VIARA POPOVA, a singer w ...…
 
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Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio
 
“Changing Roles and Fuhgedaboutit,” with Guest Ray Abruzzo, Film, Stage and TV Actor, Best Known for His Roles in “The Sopranos,” “Dynasty,” and “Night Court;” and Musical Guest, Operatic Singer, Concert Pianist and Voice Professor and Department Chair, Mariné Ter-Kazaryan on The LIFE CHANGES ShowBy lifechangeswfilippo@mac.com (Filippo Voltaggio).
 
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Utility Fog
 
Quintessential Utility Fog journey tonight. Hopefully it all makes sense! LISTEN AGAIN for the nuances you didn’t pick up last time. Podcast here, stream on demand from FBi. Trained as an opera singer, Jessica O’Donoghue has enjoyed working outside the classical idiom for a while with the likes of CODA, and has recently released an EP of electr ...…
 
Sitting down with Jake Lloyd (no relation to last episode's guest Sarah) and talking about the big, hulking spectacle of pro wrestling, dissecting the appeal of the WWE and others, from the operatic dynamics to the show stopping performances. Follow and talk wrestling with Jake on Twitter @liquidjake and check out his own podcasting network and ...…
 
Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #269 was recorded on a late June afternoon at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington, Massachusetts and features the Gaea Star Band with Mariam Massaro on vocals, native flute, percussion, 12-string acoustic guitar, ukulele and celtic harp, Craig Harris on congas and balaphone and Bob Sherwood on piano. Today’s first n ...…
 
Being a leader means many things – but there are a few core responsibilities that the leaders of successful businesses must tend to well. Join us on this episode to learn more about those responsibilities and the three different roles that exist in the farm business. Three types of roles in business: Specialist – Technical expertise; “Do the Do ...…
 
TRACK // WARTIST // THE SCIENCERELEASE // THE SEA AND I EPLABEL // METHLABRELEASE DATE // 27.07.2017METHLAB introduce a slice of haunting vocal electronica in the form Bulgarian collective THE SCIENCE, delivering THE SEA AND I EP - a triage of ultra-refined sonic narratives that introduce the other-worldly vocals of VIARA POPOVA, a singer with ...…
 
This week on Curated, we go behind-the-scenes of The Wheeler Opera House for the Aspen Music Festival and School’s first summer operatic production, Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata. From the designers to the technicians, to the director and young performers, staging an opera is a collaborative effort.By claire@aspenpublicradio.org (Claire Woodcock).
 
Classical music: the future frontier. These are the voyages of the podcast Classical Classroom. It’s mission: to explore strange new music – Sorry. I’ll stop. Where was I? Right! Composer, performer, and Mannes College of Music composition faculty member, Missy Mazzoli talks to us about the future of classical music, from the future, aka, New Y ...…
 
Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #269 was recorded on a late June afternoon at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington, Massachusetts and features the Gaea Star Band with Mariam Massaro on vocals, native flute, percussion, 12-string acoustic guitar, ukulele and celtic harp, Craig Harris on congas and balaphone and Bob Sherwood on piano. Today’s first n ...…
 
If you enjoy Opera, then you will want to join us on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio to learn about Opera NH! Sy Dahar and Faith Wilson will join Tom to talk about Opera NH, the 2017/2018 program schedule, and what is happening at the opera. The mission of Opera NH is for “presenting high-quality, professional adult ope ...…
 
The actor and playwright Zawe Ashton discusses her feelings of anxiety and fear of getting her period on stage. The psychologist Philippa Perry tells us how common it is for women when they are under pressure and what it says about how we and society view the female body.The author and illustrator Shirley Hughes gives us a masterclass for aspir ...…
 
Probably Rose Creek, Minnesota's youngest farmer, Laura Meany discusses growing up on her family's farm, her decision to return to farming after college, and the circumstances that made that happen a lot sooner than planned. We hear of her love of llamas, a trip to Antarctica and a lot more a long the way. Making the tough choices when an unexp ...…
 
“I know it’s in the book but Jesus Christ, Van Helsing!” Download Episode Subscribe on iTunes Take the granddaddy of all vampire books, adding a director in desperate need of a hit and the screenwriter for Hook. Combine with actors who all think they are filming different movies, copious amounts of alcohol, and hot air balloon adventures. Final ...…
 
Gilbert & Sullivan have been missing from our production seasons up til now. No more! In this podcast Dr. Nic shares some background on this most operatic of their works, looking forward to a brilliant production that will open on October 14, 2017! Enjoy!
 
Operatic tenor Jeremy Dutcher takes turn-of-the-century field recordings out of the museum and back to their original community by fusing them with new, avant-garde compositions. For more information, visit canadalandshow.com/imp
 
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