Best woodwind podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Live At Liberty: A Saxophone Podcast is an ongoing conversation among hosts Fred Goldring, Nick Franciosa, Russ Ackerman, Brian Clines, and a number of guest hosts. The goal of this podcast is to share information, stories, and opinions about the Saxophone and other woodwind instruments. Saxophone repair, upkeep, history, design, technique, and a multitude of other topics will be discussed in depth.
 
David Summer plays Selected Duets for Flute. Using his home recording studio, David has recorded some of the duets from the book Selected Duets for Flute, Volume 1 Edited by H.Voxman. These flute duets are standard learning material for flute students taking flute lessons and can be fun to play for all flutists. In addition to being educational, the duets can also be used by two flutes in performance. They are especially effective for wedding ceremonies, church services and other occasions c ...
 
The Open G Records podcast is a home for interviews with musicians, actors, and artists. Hosted by Open G founder Chris Grymes, these podcasts are all about the people who create art, how they make it, and what inspires them.
 
Founded by Jerry Gardner in 1971, the Metropolitan Wind Symphony comprises over 70 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists who audition for membership and seating. It makes a significant contribution to the cultural life of the Greater Boston community by providing its audiences with high quality concerts and its members with opportunities for musical growth.
 
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Live tracks by Lena Bloch & Feathery on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus, recorded at The Drawing Room on February 11th 2018 and at Korzo (Konseptions Series) on October 24th 2017, both located in Brooklyn, NY. Saxophonist, composer and educator Lena Bloch is originally from Moscow, Russia and immigrated to Israel in 1990. She m ...…
 
Helen is a Voiceover Artist and Producer with nearly twenty years experience in producing audio for broadcast. She has provided voiceovers for commercials, telephone messages for major tech companies and narrated web videos, including the worldwide viral hit, Porn Sex Vs Real Sex: The Differences Explained With Food which has been viewed more t ...…
 
Argentinian actor, writer and philosophical fellow Leandro Taub gets deep with filmmaker Ari Gold. Leandro's films include 'Woodwind' and 'Endless Poetry'.
 
One Year after attending Trump's inaugerution on a man date, Cream is joined by his old friend Eric Lampaert who regales us with tales of his short (wood) winded Bassoon career. Join this couple of little devils Podcasting out of The City of Angels.
 
A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli at Foundry UMC, December 10, 2017, the second Sunday of Advent. Texts: Isaiah 40:1-11, Mark 1:1-8 Foundry’s music-inspired annual theme gives us opportunity to lift up a little-known word and concept: anacrusis. An “anacrusis” consists of the note or notes that are the “lead-in” or “pick-up” no ...…
 
Akai came out with an affordable electronic saxophone called Ewi that connects to a computer. You blow into it, much like any woodwind instrument, and you can set the keys to mimic those from a flute, saxophone, clarinet, and many other instruments. You could also play a large number of sounds - trumpet, saxophone, violin, clarinet, and so on. ...…
 
In episode number 3, Jeffrey Khaner mentioned how difficult it was to get the opening woodwind chords of Mendelssohn's Mid summer night's dream to come off cleanly. With that in mind the musical selection for today is the very same piece as performed by the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra under the baton of Michael Francis.…
 
Scott Oakes is principal bassoonist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He also serves as Senior Systems Administrator at Juniper Payments LLC, a banking services provider. “If you’re looking toward the middle or the back of the middle of the orchestra, you’ll see a bassoon. The bassoon is the lowest voice of the woodwind choir, so you’ll hear ...…
 
Originally from Ukraine, Boris is a classically trained woodwind instrumentalist. His main instrument is clarinet, and he performs at concert halls such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, as well as Broadway shows and jazz clubs.
 
We join Captain Jennifer Kaye onboard her sailboat the Schooner Woodwind for a Jailbreak beer tasting cruise. Click here to see all of the cruises she offers. We will have a video of the cruise posted soon. Click here to subscribe on iTunes Click here to subscribe on the Play Store Like us on Facebook!…
 
On this episode I interviewed Anni Hochhalter and Garrett Hudson of the woodwind quintet WindSync. If you ever considered a career as a chamber musician of your OWN group, going on tours and creating unique concerts, you're in the right place. Listen to this episode to hear the full report from two musicians who have been doing it for the bulk ...…
 
Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #96!http://www.organduo.lt/podcastToday's guest is Jay Farnes from San Diego, California who is a student of mine and he tries to improve his organ sight-reading abilities, especially sight-reading hymns, even though he is 70 years old.He got interested in the organ back in the 70’s and always had a l ...…
 
Splinter Reeds http://www.splinterreeds.com/ Splinter Reeds is the Bay Area’s first reed quintet, comprising five innovative musicians with a shared passion for new music. The ensemble is committed to presenting top tier performances of today’s best contemporary composition, showcasing the vast possibilities of the reed quintet, commissioning n ...…
 
This wonderful, heartfelt opening song can be used either with the revue, or outside of it, as you see fit. The theme is as the title suggests, our American hearts. Which is why the rhythm begins with the iconic pulse of a beating heart, joined shortly by the singers who amplify it using the syllables "pum" and "pa." Brass, drums, strings, wood ...…
 
In space, no one can hear your beef. This episode touches on the Venom spinoff, deepening lore, and Ridley Scott's new legal name.After a freak accident aboard the BOVINANT, survivors Tim and Dom respond to a distress signal at a nearby barbecue planet -- one that eerily meets the exact specifications of their years-long expedition for a new pl ...…
 
Though “passage” is a word of numerous meanings, they all point back to a singular idea – the transition between two disparate entities. Whether it’s a passage of prose which moves along a narrative, a physical passageway connecting two points, or the continuous passing of time, all these snapshots help define our crucial moments within life’s ...…
 
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Mets players are falling left and right, and yet the team's been playing well. We speculate irresponsibly about Matt Harvey's psyche. A new woodwind supplier opens in Queens. Links: Mets’ Jay Bruce has developed an attitude that helps him cope | Newsday — They assumed. They assumed that because I had a bad stretch, it’s ‘Oh, the market, New Yor ...…
 
Mets players are falling left and right, and yet the team's been playing well. We speculate irresponsibly about Matt Harvey's psyche. A new woodwind supplier opens in Queens. Links: Mets’ Jay Bruce has developed an attitude that helps him cope | Newsday — They assumed. They assumed that because I had a bad stretch, it’s ‘Oh, the market, New Yor ...…
 
Patrick recorded a woodwind quintet from the Muncie Symphony Orchestra for a promotional video for their education and community engagement programs.
 
What’s up Kingdom of Rock! This week, Amanda Bocchi spoke with Atlanta artist Indie from Indie Killed the Pop Star. They spoke about her experiences as an Opera singer and Independent Artist. Indie tells her story of overcoming vocal nodules and re-branding her art as a singer-songwriter distinguished by her powerful opera vocal chops. In addit ...…
 
What’s up Kingdom of Rock! This week, Amanda Bocchi spoke with Atlanta artist Indie from Indie Killed the Pop Star. They spoke about her experiences as an Opera singer and Independent Artist. Indie tells her story of overcoming vocal nodules and re-branding her art as a singer-songwriter distinguished by her powerful opera vocal chops. In addit ...…
 
Works for clarinet and piano by Berg and Weber performed by Raphaël Sévère, clarinet and Paul Montag, piano on October 23, 2016.Berg: Four Pieces, Op. 5Weber: Grand Duo Concertant, Op. 48On this podcast, number 253, we’ve got a couple great pieces that come in smaller packages than you might expect: a set of four miniatures by Berg and a duet m ...…
 
Works for clarinet and piano by Berg and Weber performed by Raphaël Sévère, clarinet and Paul Montag, piano on October 23, 2016. Berg: Four Pieces, Op. 5 Weber: Grand Duo Concertant, Op. 48 On this podcast, number 253, we’ve got a couple great pieces that come in smaller packages than you might expect: a set of four miniatures by Berg and a due ...…
 
Composer Alla Elana Cohen presents a full album of chamber works in her first Ravello Records release RED LILIES OF BELLS, GOLDEN LILIES OF BELLS, WHITE LILIES OF BELLS. Cohen is an extremely creative and evocative composer, her works are wildly imaginative. The album is rich with musical surprises that reward repeat listens. The album begins w ...…
 
Peter Gordon is the Director of Berklee College of Music’s Los Angeles office and has been the college’s senior west coast representative for more than 23 years. The Berklee Center in LA was the college’s first satellite office and it has helped create one of the most effective alumni networks in the music industry. Peter’s role includes buildi ...…
 
About Jennifer Schott:Jennifer Schott is a songwriter at Parallel Music Publishing Nashville. Jenn was born and raised in Pittsburg, Kansas. She does have a family background in music, specifically her grandfather who was the concert master violinist for the CBS orchestra including the Ed Sullivan show. Her father was a university professor of ...…
 
This is it. The hot flute jams of colonial California are back and we've got the scoops. We've got a thrilling, chilling episode of messed-up beds, a guy who once saw a dog in a room, and irresponsible naps. The Ghost Host and Adventure Lad are riveted by Zak reading from a digital thermometer for five minutes, wonder aloud what the hardest gho ...…
 
As a musician you may relate to being super busy doing a ton of different things and pulled in a lot of different directions. Today's Hot Seat guest has this going on in his career- Andrew Sehmann, Master's student and freelancer on horn, plays in a woodwind quintet and freelances all over South Carolina and Georgia. Today we dive in with him o ...…
 
The podcast Are You Listening? takes a look at some of the stories that have recently come out of the Global Voices newsroom. In this episode, we break down the curious case of coffee culture in Jamaica; a historic visit to the biggest Muslim country in the world; and what it's like to be jailed by ISIS and live to tell the tale. We also introd ...…
 
Intro: “Daybreak” Greg Ward & Ten Tongues from Touch My Beloved's Thought (2016) available from Greenleaf Music Greg Ward, alto saxophone Tim Haldeman, tenor saxophone Keefe Jackson, baritone and tenor saxophones Russ Johnson, trumpet Ben LaMar Gay, cornet Norman Palm, trombone Christopher Davis, bass trombone Jason Roebke, bass Dennis Luxion, ...…
 
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