Best toronto symphony orchestra podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Award winning YTP RADIO, is a syndicated online global radio station covering a variety of topics from the "get-up-and-go" inspirational morning show (Mon / Wed / Fri) to B2B connections, travel insights and inspiring music for the soul. We look forward to you listening to our weekly programs: 'Wake Up New York,' the morning show; ‘People Who Need People,' for B2B topics and trends; and 'The Luxury Wellness Travel Show' presented by Vuitton Travel for great scoop on the latest travel trends, ...
 
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Composer Mychael Danna has scored several Hollywood movies and is now revisiting the music of his award-winning compositions for the movie Life of Pi for a special Toronto Symphony Orchestra performance.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Wynton Marsalis joined us for Behind The Note Podcast today! We talked many things including leadership, building a team, and turning vision into reality.Rate Behind The Note Podcast on the platform you're using right now to read this script and to listen to the show.Press Play. Enjoy. Share. ---------------------------------------------------- ...…
 
[PODCAST EXCLUSIVE] This week, we were privileged to speak with a particularly multitalented individual: pianist and Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award recipient, Coco Ma. Coco, a Julliard pre-college student, talks about and reads selections from her upcoming young adult novel "The Blood of Shadows". Yep, you read that correctly. 16-year-old C ...…
 
*photo by Lauren Garms for Columbus Underground We launch Creative Entrepreneur Week with our interview with Justin Johnston. Justin became the inaugural Executive Director of Wild Goose Creative in 2015. Before that role, he worked as a classically trained clarinetist, performing with the Chicago Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Toronto ...…
 
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Fall Back Up with Jordi Morgan
 
SHOW NOTES: On this episode of Fall Back Up, I'm delighted to welcome the Nova Scotia artists Allan Bateman and Holly Carr Holly Carr, is nationally renowned for her colourful and whimsical silk painting and public installations. She not only exhibits her work throughout Canada and designed for theatre, more recently Holly has branched out in t ...…
 
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The MJCast - A Michael Jackson Podcast
 
With Jamon having selfishly abandoned the show to assist his pregnant wife during childbirth (bastard), Q and Jason are manning the station for Episode 057. This episode’s news round-up commences with the announcement that Jermaine Jackson has teamed up with MemOrigin to flog a chain of watches. In other news, Janet Jackson is planning her late ...…
 
00:00 - It's the 40th anniversary of Star Wars! On this day in 1977, the first Star Wars movie was released. 11:36 - The "Love Actually" reunion is happening tonight on NBC as part of Red Nose Day. 17:48 - AIRSHIPS! Are they the future for getting supplies to Northern Manitoba? We're joined by Dr. Barry E. Prentice, Professor at I.H. Asper Scho ...…
 
Episode 52: "Keep the phrase going" - a conversation with Charles Daval Trumpet player Charles Daval has held positions in some of North America’s most prestigious orchestras including the Boston Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony and the Seattle Symphony. His principal appointments have included the Boston Pops and the Solo Trumpet position of ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Nick Villalobos is the bassist for Simply Three, a classical crossover trio that has which has garnered millions of YouTube views and praise from publications like Rolling Stone, the Huffington Post, and RyanSeacrest.com. Nick spends his time during with the group, recording new covers, and shooting videos, and the group is now branching into o ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Steve Metcalf is the new principal bassist for the Colorado Symphony. I first became acquainted with Steve several years ago when he was an undergrad student at Indiana University creating cool cover videos of pop songs for his YouTube Channel. Steve went on to study with Peter Lloyd at the Colburn School in Los Angeles and moved into a tempora ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Artem Chirkov is the principal bassist of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and was the winner of the 2010 Bradetich International Double Bass Competition. I got a chance to hear Artem play a wonderful recital while he was in San Francisco this March. Here's a great shot of Artem and San Francisco Opera principal bassist Joe Lescher as they perfo ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Stories covered: 3 Sigma Audio - Upright Bass Impulses Jon McColough-Benner joins Roosevelt University faculty Curtis features Mary Javian Vivo el Bajo May 19-21 - South Texas Double Bass Festival organized by George Amorim Lloyd Goldstein will be a clinician Thanks to our sponsors! This episode is brought to you by D’Addario Strings! Check out ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Stories covered: New podcast - Classical Break from Tyler Alderson Lee Starovich - bass teacher at Indiana University summer music clinic The Strad Masterclass: Leon Bosch on Dragonetti’s ‘Famous Solo’ for double bass check out Leon Bosch on the podcast Nina Harries plays Icarus from Barrie Kolstein - how to open and close a seam hear Barrie on ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Stories covered: Illuminating Music Podcast: Art of Elan podcast from Jory Herman Jory Herman appearance on Contrabass Conversations Bass Works in July features many clinicians, including past podcast guests Ira Gold, Tracy Rowell, and Jeff Weisner Ask Geoff and Lauren - How to Break Through a Plateau New Franck Sonata videos from Matthew McDon ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Stories covered: Audition Breakthrough Summit takes place March 15 use code 'contrabass20' for $20 off any pass speakers include Ira Gold Remic 5400 and 5400LB review by Adam Booker Rentabass.com - find a bass, list a bass Michael O'Gieblyn Flex Tux review Thanks to our sponsors! This episode is brought to you by D’Addario Strings! Check out th ...…
 
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Contrabass Conversations - double bass life on the low end of the spectrum
 
Stories covered: BASS2018 in Lucca July 30 - August 5, 2018 Gabrielle Raggianti and Alberto Bocini will organize International Society of Bassists Convention registration now open New video for Maverick - Simply Three’s first original song Ira Gold summer camps Paul Cannon video Thanks to our sponsors! This episode is brought to you by D’Addari ...…
 
In April 2016, my Aunt sent my siblings and me an email asking if one of us would like to take some of my grandfather’s memorabilia off her hands, since her children were not interested. I was the one that accepted and found myself with approximately 250 cassette tapes spread over about 23 binders. They included tapes that Grandpa was surely ma ...…
 
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Cue To Cue: The Performers' Podcast
 
Sitting down with David Warrack was a real treat for me. David strikes me as someone who has, over time, become even more passionate about the arts and living a creative lifestyle. He has not become jaded or bitter about certain projects not going the way he wanted or maybe not even being produced at all. He has figured out a way to adapt and g ...…
 
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Fanthropological
 
Fighting evil by moonlight, winning love by daylight, never running from a real fight, they are the fans of Sailor Moon: Moonies! Why was Sailor Moon so influential in its time? Why has it endured as long as it has? And for that matter, what was it like being a fan in the 90s? In this week's episode, we fight in the name of love and justice... ...…
 
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Wake Up Hollywood
 
VERONIKA KRAUSAS Of Lithuanian heritage, composer Veronika Krausas was born in Australia, raised in Canada, and lives in Los Angeles. She has directed, composed for, and produced multi-media events that incorporate her works with dance, acrobatics and video. The Globe & Mail (Toronto) writes "her works, whose organic, lyrical sense of storytell ...…
 
Justin Edwards, Michael's brother, guest co-hosts while Matt is off at Gamescom. We discuss innovative infographic treatments of classical music, how visual albums are (or aren't) changing cinema, and how Justin got into music. Picks of the week from The New Pornographers and The Rentals. Show Notes Bits & Pieces Spotify Playlist How to read mu ...…
 
Justin Edwards, Michael's brother, guest co-hosts while Matt is off at Gamescom. We discuss innovative infographic treatments of classical music, how visual albums are (or aren't) changing cinema, and how Justin got into music. Picks of the week from The New Pornographers and The Rentals. Show Notes Bits & Pieces Spotify Playlist How to read mu ...…
 
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Backstage at The Enharmonic with Sean J. Kennedy
 
August 22, 2016: I was very lucky to find a few minutes to speak with Capathia Jenkins this week. When not performing on TV and Broadway, she is busy crisscrossing the globe performing on the world’s biggest stages with the finest orchestras. Last year I performed in Philadelphia, Atlanta and Jacksonville with Capathia in Classic Soul. She brou ...…
 
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Backstage at The Enharmonic with Sean J. Kennedy
 
August 22, 2016: I was very lucky to find a few minutes to speak with Capathia Jenkins this week. When not performing on TV and Broadway, she is busy crisscrossing the globe performing on the world’s biggest stages with the finest orchestras. Last year I performed in Philadelphia, Atlanta and Jacksonville with Capathia in Classic Soul. She brou ...…
 
The Fall of Andrew Allen - by Eric Koch Featuring Barbara Budd This is a work of fiction about the real Andrew Allen, former head of radio drama during the golden age of radio from 1943 to 1955. He oversaw the work of some of the finest talents of the day - writers and actors such as Lister Sinclair, Mavor Moore, W.O. Mitchell, Jane Mallett, Jo ...…
 
House By Chris Nash Featuring Barbara Budd What if the walls could speak? House tells the story of a home and the people who have lived there. Chris Nash is a retired psychologist, short fiction writer and poet from Sudbury Ontario. She published her novel “Temperance Lloyd: Hanged for Witchcraft in 1682", on the 330th anniversary of that execu ...…
 
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WFMT: PianoForte Salon Series Live
 
Kliment Krylovskiy, clarinet; Vanessa Mollard, violin; and Riko Higuma, piano PROGRAM: Béla Bartók — Contrasts (1881 – 1945) I Verbunkos: Moderato, ben ritmato II Piheno: Lento III Sebes: Allegro vivace Dmitry Shostakovich — Three Duets (1906 – 1975) I Praludium II Gavotte III Walser Aram Khachaturian — Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano (190 ...…
 
In this episode I will talk about:1. The 3 people you most need in your life2. I’ll answer a question about where to buy3. I’ll introduce a few great local websites4. Toronto investors and how the real estate market in KW is changing5. Newspapers are failing businesses not failing symphony orchestras6. What your surname says about you7. Boomers ...…
 
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Wake Up Hollywood
 
VERONIKA KRAUSASThe works of composer VERONIKA KRAUSAS are performed throughout Europe and North America, where she is recognized for her innovative use of dance, acrobatics and video. The Globe & Mail (Toronto) writes "her works, whose organic, lyrical sense of storytelling are supported by a rigid formal elegance, give her audiences a sense t ...…
 
We chat with Jordan Pal, the TSO’s new RBC Affiliate Composer, about his new position and what it entails. Plus learn more about the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Art Gallery of Ontario's Decades Project partnership as they explore how artists and musicians in the early part of the 20th century creatively expressed both the optimism and sk ...…
 
WE Day Co-Founder Craig Keilburger shares news of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra's performance with Shawn Mendes at this year's event. Plus, what the next generation of talented musicians thought of last week's Opening Night performance.
 
Ecuador At Your Service Radio Show Click here to learn more about Ashley Rogers & Michel Blanchard and their radio show. Listed below are show archives and named based on original broadcast date. 10/14/2015 Toronto Real Estate Conference Features Ecuador Properties On this week’s “Ecuador At Your Service” radio show, Ashley & Michel interview S ...…
 
It's another extended show this week as MasterChef Canada judge and chef Alvin Leung and Season 1 winner, Eric Chong, pop into the studio to talk about what lead them to open a restaurant together. The Rebel (Eric) and the Demon (Alvin) get ready to launch R&D in Toronto's Chinatown, but not after spending a lot of time together. So what IS the ...…
 
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra's decision to drop its piano soloist Valentina Lisitsa this week because of her Twitter comments about Ukrainians and other ethnic groups raises a crucial point: orchestras and arts organizations find themselves walking a fine line with protecting their brand when they engage an artist with controversial views. In ...…
 
Toronto Symphony president Jeff Melanson tells WQXR's Conducting Business that pianist Valentina Lisitsa's politics had nothing to do with the orchestra's decision to drop her from its program this week. "The concerns raised were not about a political perspective but were about directly offensive and intolerant comments directed at other human ...…
 
You're listening to this after the fact of course, but October 22 was a difficult day for all Canadians. A few of tonight's selections reflect this programmer's mood. Mostly I brought you tunes from artists who will be playing in Vancouver in the near future. Please enjoy, and please do support live music and live musicians! Tonight's interview ...…
 
Recently hailed by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette as a performer who plays “with a flair that we are coming to know well,” Heidi Van Hoesen Gorton joins the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as Principal Harp for the 2011-2012 season. She has been described as one of the most outstanding solo, chamber and orchestral musicians of her generation and has pe ...…
 
Hailed by the New York Times as ‘a robust baritone’, a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City with recent debuts at Carnegie Hall, Canadian baritone Jonathan Estabrooks continues to make a unique and rich contribution to the performing arts world. His vocalism and performance style have been called “commanding, rich, fres ...…
 
Dedicated to: Larry A. Jehle Jr., TX-8301 of Bast Alpha Garrison Show Notes: Episode LXXX (March 11th, 2014) Hosts: Nicky Blum (DZ-8397) and Ed Cook (TI-5335) Content Development: Nicky Blum (DZ-8397) Contributor: Aaron Sharp (TK-3989) Post-Production: Scott Allen (SL-9854) Recent News Legion Elections results (full Officer list) This is Madnes ...…
 
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