Best puccini podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Houston Grand Opera Podcasts
 
Preview Houston Grand Opera's 2007/08 Season
 
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Cincinnati Opera Podcast
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Listen in and learn more about the nation's second oldest opera company. The Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director Evans Mirageas and other special guests will help give you an insider's look on the happenings of Cincinnati Opera both on and off the stage.
 
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He Sang/She Sang
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He Sang/She Sang is a new podcast from WQXR for the opera-curious and opera superfans who want to know what all those big voices are really singing about. The podcast follows the radio broadcast season of the Metropolitan Opera with a weekly roundtable chat that discusses the plots, characters, music, productions, social significance and great performances of that week's opera. Following the Met's radio broadcast season, He Sang/She Sang will dive into the new productions of Wagner’s Tristan ...
 
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Madame Butterfly by LONG, John Luther
 
Madame Butterfly is the story of the young Japanese girl Cho-Cho San, who marries a flighty American naval officer, and is thenceforth outcast from her relatives. Anxiously she awaits the return of her beloved husband, but when he finally anchors in the harbour, Cho-Cho San does not get the happy ending she was hoping for.This short story by John Luther Long has inspired Giacomo Puccini to write the opera of the same name. (Introduction by Availle)
 
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Benjamin Britten: Source Stories of Twelve Operas by VARIOUS
 
Britten's operas are firmly established in the international repertoire: according to Operabase, they are performed worldwide more than those of any other composer born in the 20th century, and only Puccini and Richard Strauss come ahead of him if the list is extended to all operas composed after 1900. Britten went to various sources for his stories from the Bible to Japanese noh plays. This is a collection of twelve of the source stories. All but one are the original texts; the one exceptio ...
 
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On the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, we're joined by a very special anonymous guest to discuss the counterculture of the 1960s, the influence of LSD on an entire generation, and its profound impact on the music. We also discuss the death of Anita Pallenberg, and Pat reviews Dead and Company in Camden. We thank all of our supporters wh ...…
 
Since the early 1990s operatic soprano Cheryl Barker has been a regular performer with all of the major opera companies in Australia, as well as English National Opera.Her performances in roles such as Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, and Mimi in La Boheme are remembered as legendary by Australian audiences.Cheryl Barker studied with Dame Joan Hammo ...…
 
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Reflections
 
Since the early 1990s operatic soprano Cheryl Barker has been a regular performer with all of the major opera companies in Australia, as well as English National Opera.Her performances in roles such as Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, and Mimi in La Boheme are remembered as legendary by Australian audiences.Cheryl Barker studied with Dame Joan Hammo ...…
 
Tune in at 8pm to hear Puccini's Madama Butterfly staring Eleanor Steber and Richard Tucker recorded in 1949. This beautifully remastered recording sounds almost modern in fidelity and is not to be missed.
 
A tribute to the Russian Diva includes an excerpt from Prokofiev’s War and Peace as well as arias by Mozart, Puccini and Verdi and a song by Rimsky-Korsakov. Playlist: Mozart: Don Giovanni “Non mi dir” Anna Netrebko with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gianandrea Noseda Recorded in Vienna in 2003 DGG B000990 02 Prokofiev: War and ...…
 
American Ryan Speedo Green went from a troubled childhood in juvenile detention to becoming an opera singer performing all over the world. He tells Matthew Bannister how his life changed after he saw an African-American opera star singing the lead role in Carmen when he was just fifteen years old.Image: Ryan Speedo Green as Colline in Puccini's ...…
 
American Ryan Speedo Green went from a troubled childhood in juvenile detention to becoming an opera singer performing all over the world. He tells Matthew Bannister how his life changed after he saw an African-American opera star singing the lead role in Carmen when he was just fifteen years old.Image: Ryan Speedo Green as Colline in Puccini's ...…
 
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Rock Under Fire
 
In ROCK UNDER FIRE Episode 24 we talk THE BEATLES and the 50th anniversary of the landmark SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. Pat and Tracy review IRON MAIDEN at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey as well as their opening act GHOST. We also remember Gregg Allman who we lost on May 27, 2017. Mike Derrico, Pat Ivanitski, Stick Nixon, ...…
 
Tune in at 8pm to hear a rare Puccini opera Le Villi staring Renata Scotto and Placido Domingo followed by a vintage performance of Cavalleria Rusticana conducted by the composer with Beniamino Gigli as Turiddu.
 
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Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore
 
In this episode we discuss: The power of journaling. The power of positivity. Setting the stage at your restaurant. The history of food. The importance of having goals. the importance of mentors. Living intentionally! The importance of time management. Time delegation. Time-blocking. The nitty-gritty of opening a restaurant. Making sure your re ...…
 
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Capital Public Radio: Connections Show List RSS
 
The American West in music by Puccini, Grofe, Harris, Copland, and more.
 
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Capital Public Radio: ConPod
 
A tour through the musical landscape of the American West, with music by Copland, Falwell, Grofé, Puccini and more.By webmaster@capradio.org.
 
Minnie, Dalla Mia Casa Son Partito (La Fanciulla del West by Puccini) By baritone David Serero From album: Baritone Opera Ariaswww.davidserero.com
 
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MyNewLifeChurch.com
 
“Elijah” by Pastor Chris Puccini in the “Darkroom” series on May 28, 2017 at New Life in Kearney, NE. Download Standard Podcasts
 
Vieira Quartet is a string quartet comprised of students who are Fellow scholarship recipients at the Music Institute of Chicago (MIC) Academy. The members include 16 year old violinist Maya Anjali Buchanan, 17 year old violinist Karisa Chiu, 18 year old violist Steven Song, and 18 year old cellist Nathan Mo. Maya and Karisa study violin with A ...…
 
Your Rochester Philharmonics Orchestra closes out the season with a partially-staged production of Puccini's much loved opera "La Boheme." RPO Music Director Ward Stare brought director Grant Preisser, along with Inn Dukach (Mimi) and Harold Meers (Rudolfo) to talk with Julia Figueras about the performance. Along the way, there was much laughte ...…
 
Your Rochester Philharmonics Orchestra closes out the season with a partially-staged production of Puccini's much loved opera "La Boheme." RPO Music Director Ward Stare brought director Grant Preisser, along with Inn Dukach (Mimi) and Harold Meers (Rudolfo) to talk with Julia Figueras about the performance. Along the way, there was much laughte ...…
 
In Episode 23 we discuss the tragic loss of Chris Cornell before going through our audience poll for favorite vocalist picks as well as our own personal favorite vocalists. Stick also reviews the 2017 WFMU Record Fair along with the recent Billy Miller Forever Memorial Celebration at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, which featured Le ...…
 
It’s our Mother’s Day episode but there’s very little that’s motherly about it. It’s the same kind of thing that all you children and mothers have come to expect from us: TV and movie music, too many versions of the same song, music as fresh as yesterday and older than time itself, ballads, rap, marimbas, and the usual bits and bobs, as our Bri ...…
 
Tune in at 8pm to hear a rarely performed work of Puccini, La Rondine (The Swallow) staring Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna.
 
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Multnomah County Library Podcasts
 
Join us for a special preview of Portland Opera's upcoming production of Puccini's La Bohème. The preview is hosted by Chorus Master and Assistant Conductor Nicholas Fox with musical highlights performed by Portland Opera's Resident Artists. For more information, visit Portland Opera. Recorded Live at Central Library: April 30, 2017…
 
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Something New - a musical theatre podcast
 
In Episode 507 of the Something New podcast, award-winning songwriter Joel B. New sat down with Louisa Proske, Founding Co-Artistic Director of Heartbeat Opera. Now entering its third season, Heartbeat Opera transforms great works of the operatic canon through visionary adaptations, radical arrangements for chamber ensembles, and intimate, visc ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
Gabriele Finaldi, the Director of the National Gallery, talks to Michael Berkeley about his artistic and musical passions.When Gabriele Finaldi took up his post as Director of the National Gallery in the summer of 2015, one of the first things he did was to install a piano in the corner of his office. He grew up in a musical household in Catfor ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
Gabriele Finaldi, the Director of the National Gallery, talks to Michael Berkeley about his artistic and musical passions.When Gabriele Finaldi took up his post as Director of the National Gallery in the summer of 2015, one of the first things he did was to install a piano in the corner of his office. He grew up in a musical household in Catfor ...…
 
According to soprano Jennifer Rowley, there’s a little bit of Cyrano in all of us. When it comes to pathos, Franco Alfano’s opera based on Cyrano de Bergerac hits this sentimental story right on the nose. Premiered in 1936, Cyrano the opera brings rich and fragrant music—with hints of Puccini and Debussy—to Rostand’s exquisite poetry, which not ...…
 
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The Carolina Shout - Ragtime and Jazz Piano with Ethan Uslan
 
In this episode, sponsored by Unicorn Drops, Ethan opens up the show with a short "Carolina in the Morning." He then introduces the episode's theme: Madame Butterfly (you know, the opera by Puccini). Then he plays a jazzy "Cho-Cho San" which is a fox-trot based on Madame Butterfly themes. Opera singer Melinda Whittington drops in for "Poor Butt ...…
 
Legendary rock and roll photographer and author, Bob Gruen joins us for our one-year anniversary episode. We discuss Bob's career producing iconic images that have very often provided the narrative for rock and roll for the past 50 years. Bob is synonymous with John Lennon, Yoko Ono, The Rolling Stones, Ike and Tina Turner, Kiss, The New York D ...…
 
In Episode 21, we read your picks for show topics and discuss each one. We threw this one to our audience, but couldn't decide on just one topic, so we cover them all. Mike Derrico, Pat Ivanitski, and Stick Nixon are your hosts. We thank all of our supporters who stepped up to get behind this brand new podcast this past year. We make it a point ...…
 
I am re- releasing an episode I did with the wonderful Denise Oucharek! This woman is dynamic, talented, thoughtful and soo creative and has a heart of gold! If you missed her interview the first time around, give it a listen! Have you ever wondered how to have a career in the arts, have a lasting marriage, raise your children and still be a gr ...…
 
In Episode 20, we discuss the R&RHOF 2017 induction ceremony along the artists. Then comes the obvious and expected...we vent our issues with the Hall. It's an old and tired box of complaints, but it nonetheless comes up once a year. Here is our take on the subject. We thank all of our supporters who stepped up to get behind this brand new podc ...…
 
Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini’s long list of given names was matched by his extensive output of operas, thirteen in all. These masterpieces for the stage have understandably occluded his remarkable set of songs for soprano and piano (and religious songs with organ accompaniment). All of these are now gathered together f ...…
 
Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini’s long list of given names was matched by his extensive output of operas, thirteen in all. These masterpieces for the stage have understandably occluded his remarkable set of songs for soprano and piano (and religious songs with organ accompaniment). All of these are now gathered together f ...…
 
As our search for all that has gone wrong with rock music continues, Episode 19 puts rock's most powerful symbol, the guitar itself, under fire. How did the guitar go from the coolest object on Earth to an instrument for wimps? We also discuss the death of rock's founding father Chuck Berry, the possible retirement of Eric Clapton, and a host o ...…
 
In Episode 18, we address Ed Sheeran's recent "record-breaking" chart dominance, the likes of which has not been since The Beatles. We challenge its validity by comparing the model of the pop charts in 1964 with the current model of 2017. We also discuss 1980s Kiss, and Stick reviews the Flaming Lips show at Terminal 5. Mike Derrico and Stick N ...…
 
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Arias and Songs
 
A favorite device for murder and suicide as Angela Gheorghiu finds out as Juliet along with Montserrat Caballe as Adriana Lecouvreur, Maria Callas as Leonora in Il Trovatore and Joan Sutherland as Suor Angelica. Playlist: Gounod: Romeo et Juliet, “Poison Aria” Angela Gheorghiu with the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse Conducted by Michel Plass ...…
 
Meet the Composer with Nadia Sirota – Q2 Music's podcast about the musical creative process – returns for its third season on Monday, March 6. Pre-game for the new season with a week of clips from the original WNYC radio program. Meet the Composer is available on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. As we build up to the launch of our thir ...…
 
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Rock Under Fire
 
By listener request, Supergroups is our topic for Episode 17. We talk about the biggest supergroups of the rock era such as Cream, Blind Faith, The Firm, Traveling Wilburys, Highwaymen, Temple of the Dog, Oysterhead, Asia, etc... Audience comments and contributions are read and discussed as well, along with some isolated conversations about Eri ...…
 
Italian baritone Lucio Gallo is at his menacing best in the interpretation of Baron Scarpia in Tosca. In this interview he praises director John Bell's production of Puccini's masterpiece. (Il baritono Lucio Gallo presenta all'Opera House una delle più cupe e sinistre interpretazioni di Scarpia mai viste a Sydney.In questa intervista Gallo elog ...…
 
Join Mark Michael Lewis and artist Michael Newberry as they discuss the world of artistic creation in the context of Ayn Rand’s philosophy. Michael has been creating figurative art for over 40 years, combining his love of Rembrandt, Ayn Rand, and Puccini. Please be sure to encounter some of his work on his website Michael Newberry Artist, where ...…
 
ITV's Vidar Hjardeng reviews the AD performance of Puccini's 'La Boheme' at the Millenium Centre in Cardiff. Vidar is talking to RNIB Connect Radio's Simon PauleyBy barry.snell@rnib.org.uk (barry).
 
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Rock Under Fire
 
In Episode 16 we discuss and celebrate the career of David Bowie. 2017 marks what would have been his 70th birthday as well as the one year anniversary of his passing. Stick Nixon returns and we're joined once again by Tracy O for 70 minutes of all things Bowie. We thank all of our supporters who stepped up to get behind this brand new podcast ...…
 
Soprano Dragana Radaković, who last year played with great success the role of Turandot in the opera by Giacomo Puccini, is back in Australia. On this occasion Dragana returned to interpret both at the Sydney Opera House and the Melbourne Arts... (È tornato in Australia il soprano Dragana Radaković, che lo scorso anno ha interpretato con enorm ...…
 
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Arias and Songs
 
It is not an exaggeration to say that the voice of Leontyne Price is among the very finest that our country has produced. Recordings from her signature roles, a spiritual and her own commentary will be heard as this beloved American diva celebrates her 90th birthday. PLaylist: Puccini: Tosca, “Vissi d’arte” Leontyne Price with the Vienna Philha ...…
 
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Inheritance Tracks
 
Journalist and presenter Bill Turnbull chooses 'Three Little Maids' from the Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan and 'Che Gelida Manina' sung by Vittorio Grigolo from Puccini's La Boheme.
 
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