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Learn Spanish free with music-based Spanish lessons and conversations. The best way to learn Spanish and become fluent is through immersion in the culture. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with real-life conversations in Latin American Spanish without boring grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learner, you'll learn Spanish quickly listening to this podcast. Learning Spanish for adults can be fun, so let us help you go from Spanish beginner ...
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The Music, Learning, Conversation podcast explores the intersections between music, education and learning that lead to innovative practices. Hosted by Andy Scott and Jonathan Savage, we explore these themes with guests from across the worlds of education and the wider music industry.
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Music industry veteran TC Thompkins of over 40 year has conversations with some of the legendary people in music, entertainment, religion and politics. Discussing all aspect of their accomplishment, business, family's & personal life's. Bring out little known story's and life's lessons.
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After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators is a music education podcast from Amro Music Stores, Inc. Our After Hours podcast host, Nick Averwater, facilitates engaging conversations each week with band directors, private music teachers, general music educators, orchestra directors, and other music industry professionals just like you. Each podcast guest shares practical advice on things like classroom management in your band program, placing beginners on instruments, band and orchestra r ...
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Alloy: A Mixture of Music and Conversation features conversations with musicians, bands, and/or anyone in the greater music arena including independent label representatives, writers, educators. In short, anyone involved in making and/or trying to figure out how to make and share their creative work.
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Are you a music store owner looking to take your business to the next level? In The Music Shop podcast, we talk with stores from all across the country about their story, the challenges they are facing and how they are overcoming those challenges. We talk everything from ecommerce strategy to inventory management to how to get new customers in the door. Subscribe today to stay up to date on all of our latest episodes.
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Conversation and Downtempo sounds from the world's smoothest city. Chillout mediterranean vibes, mellow house and solid grooves from DJ TBird and friends. If you're looking for a night that combines intelligent music with intelligent conversation then join us. Conversation in English and Spanish, covering all aspects of life, the universe and everything. This celebration of music and conversation is entirely free - an initiative launched by some of the best teachers and most important langua ...
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Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation

Chuck Clough and Ronnie Hirschberg

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Above the Basement offers casual and candid discussions with musicians, artists, producers and others from Boston and beyond. Conversations will inform and entertain listeners with experiences from those shaping Boston's music community and for whom music is a passion. You will hear their stories, hardships ​​faced and overcome... ​ and why they love what they do.
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Fly On The Call is a weekly interview-based podcast hosted by Scott Fugger discussing music and lyrics, ethos, and the successes and challenges of being in a band. Brought to you by Sound Talent Media. Promoted in conjunction with The Alternative. Artwork by Mikaela Jane. Theme song by Jhariah. Subscribe to and follow Fly On The Call: https://linktr.ee/flyonthecallpod
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Music journalist/promoter, Sommer Sharon, talks with female musicians and music industry professionals about their relationships, motivations, life-changing decisions, their work and more. Go backstage and into the homes and histories of these talented women in the music industry. We’ll also talk about music news, new music, album opinions and current issues affecting the music industry, including issues around gender equality and women empowerment. No rules, always diverse, we’ll cover the ...
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Lee Arnold was the best known air personality at WHN, New York, the most listened to Country music radio station of all time. After working at WSCR in his hometown of Scranton, he continued his broadcasting career at WAVY radio/TV and WNTA AM/FM/TV, both in Norfolk, VA. Lee became Music Director and Air Personality at Country formatted WJRZ, Hackensack, NJ (1965-1971), which served the New York City metropolitan area. Lee also tried his hand at music, creating a few singles from 1968 through ...
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What does ‘normal’ mean, anyway? Who decides what is or isn’t ‘normal’ for each of us? Why do we all so desperately just want to be… normal?! If you don’t know me yet, I’m a Canadian country artist living in Nashville, TN. I’m a wife, a frequenter of my sunroom, a dog mom of two, and as of recently, a podcast host.In my experience as all of these things, I’ve decided that none of us are normal and that normal is something made up that puts limitations around our feelings and experiences. But ...
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What type of language learner are you? The type of language learner you are will influence how quickly you reach Spanish fluency. I will help you improve your Spanish and accelerate your path to fluency by helping you identify your language learning type. 📝 Take the Quiz > https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/typequiz Support the Show. ⭐Leave us a …
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In this episode, Spanish con Salsa Language Coach Jael Tórrez shares the meaning of a song from Nicaragua. 🇳🇮 We’ll break down the lyrics of Amor Fritanguero by La Cuneta Son Machín. 🎶 In this episode, you’ll learn: What is a Nicaraguan fritanga and what makes it unique? 🤷🏾 The meaning of expressions like "abrir la gaza" and "ruge el tigre" 🐯🤔 One …
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In this episode, we talk about the song Hijos del Cañaveral by Puerto Rican artist Residente. 🎤 I'll break down the lyrics with Spanish con Salsa Language Coach Marla Rivera. Marla is from Puerto Rico and explains how much you can learn about Puerto Rican culture and history from this song. 🎵 In this episode you’ll learn: The Puerto Rican history t…
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Karen D. Goodman, PhD., Professor Emerita of Music, Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey, USA., has been the primary figure in designing and developing both the former undergraduate and graduate music therapy programs at Montclair over forty years. Professor Goodman’s research-based clinical work, at ten clinical settings, includes mus…
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In this episode, we get to know Marla Rivera from Puerto Rico, the newest member of our Spanish con Salsa team. Marla talks about how she became a language coach and interpreter, what it was like growing up bilingual in Puerto Rico, and the challenges she faced learning multiple languages. 💬 In this episode you’ll learn: Her experience growing up b…
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In this episode we chat with Sherly from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 and Kesia from the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 to uncover the differences and similarities between these two cultures. Learn the fun and unique slang used on each island and pick up tips on understanding and speaking Caribbean Spanish like a local. In this episode you’ll learn: How to say words like…
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In this episode we meet Sherly from Puerto Rico, a new member of the Spanish con Salsa team, who talks about her challenges and experiences in learning multiple languages. 🌍 Sherly tells us about the Puerto Rican culture such as Christmas traditions, the use of Spanglish in everyday life, and the most popular musical genres: Bomba, Plena, and Regga…
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We’re celebrating our 200th episode! 🎉 Join the Spanish con Salsa team for an engaging conversation en español. Whether you're a beginner or an intermediate learner, this is a great chance for you to practice your listening skills with Spanish Language Coaches Jael, Marla, and Yohenia as they discuss different topics. 👂🏽 Listen to the episode to: H…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I have the pleasure of chatting with Pat Powell. Multi award winner Patou swings with kings and untouchables alike. With a career that spans over four decades and right across the globe, Pat Powell (Patou) is one of Australia’s most accomplished vocal talents. He is the artist that everyone wants to wo…
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Holly Shirra is a qualified music therapist who holds her focus on helping people connect in community and express themselves creatively and authentically. With classical piano training from a young age, Holly discovered a passion for free improvisation while studying music therapy, which she completed in 2020. To help her understand further how pe…
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In this episode, we learn 14 different ways to say goodbye to someone in Cuba. 🇨🇺 Kelly talks about why Cubans say goodbye in these ways and also how you can ask someone to leave. 👉🏾🚪 In this episode you’ll learn: When and who you should use certain farewell expressions with in Cuba 👋🏾 An expression that you should not repeat outside of Cuba to say…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I chat to Musician, Multi Instrumentalist, and Music Teacher, Bob Meredith. Bob has a Music School called Campbelltown Music Lessons/ EBS Music Education, located in Bradbury, near Campbelltown. Bob is a wonderful teacher, patient with his students and very knowledgeable. Bob understands that every stu…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I had the pleasure of chatting to a wonderful musician, Vince Porreca from The Cry Babies. Vince has a great sense of humour and is a very knowledgeable gentleman. Having formed the Cry Babies many years ago, Vince and the guys bring their exception brand of pop/classic covers to audiences from all wal…
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In this episode we focus on grammar, specifically on one of the easiest past tenses in Spanish to remember. 🧠 We learn how simple it can be to start using this tense in conversations, even if it's not always grammatically perfect. 💬 In this episode you’ll learn: The most common use for the imperfect 🔍 How to make sure you’re not using the wrong ver…
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This week Nick Averwater talks with David Davis, Music Teacher at Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School in St. Louis Park, MN, a city of around 50,000 people just west of Minneapolis. David was named to the 2023 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of Music Educators. In this episode we'll learn about the people and experiences that inspired him to become a …
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I chat to an amazing Country Artist, Jed Zarb, The Mountain Man. Jed is a country music recording artist with a unique sound and style that he has labeled “Aussie Mountain Music” A blend of pre bluegrass American mountain music and Australian bush and folk music. Jed’s 2019 #1 hit “Hillbilly Cider” is testim…
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In this episode, Yohenia shows us a very popular song from Cuba due to its great historical significance. 🇨🇺 Let's listen to the lyrics of the song Guantanamera, a Cuban classic of the musical genre Son. 🎶 In this episode you’ll learn: The difference between the musical genres Son and Salsa 💃🏾 Cuban vocabulary: words like Guajira, Guano and Guantan…
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I had the pleasure of chatting to Country Original Artist, the gorgeous Brenda Kelly. Growing up in a musical Irish family, Brenda had the musical influence from a young age. With her wonderful family sitting around the living room singing with jugs of ale, Brenda cut her teeth on music in a close loving mus…
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Jessica Leza is a board-certified music therapist, author, and multimedia artist. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Music Composition from the University of North Texas and a Master of Arts in Music Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. Leza’s music therapy scholarship and advocacy centers around neurodiversity, disability justice, culture…
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In this episode, we talk about how you can go from a Spanish learner to a Spanish speaker. 🗣💬 We talk with Maribel about the best ways to improve your fluency in Spanish in a fun and effective way. ✅ In this episode you’ll learn: The key to improving your fluency in Spanish 🔑 The mistakes many people make when setting up a learning goal 🚫 The diffe…
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In this conversation, Andy and Jonathan chat with Gwilym Simcock, one of the world's most gifted pianists and imaginative composers. Gwilym moves effortlessly between jazz and classical music, with a ‘harmonic sophistication and subtle dovetailing of musical traditions’. His influences are wide ranging, from jazz legends including Keith Jarrett, Ch…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I chat to an outstanding Drummer, Jim Finn. One of the best in the business, Jim start drumming when he was a wee lad in a marching band. No wonder he is an outstanding timekeeper! Jim Finn has been one of the most sought after drummers in the Sydney scene since the 1980’s. In 1999, he formed his names…
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In this episode, Maribel shares her experiences traveling through South America and discovering the different existing accents. 🌎 She also tells us what to do when we don't understand what someone says in Spanish. 🤔 In this episode you will learn: The easiest way to start conversations in Spanish 👥💬 The difference between accents from Colombia and …
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In this episode, Kelly shows us a very energetic song about Cuban identity. 🇨🇺 Cuba Isla Bella by Orishas has different musical genres 🎶 and talks about that even if you are in another country, you will always be Cuban. 🌎 In this episode you’ll learn: Differences between musical genres: Salsa and Timba 🎼 Cuban phrases, like “tírate un paso” 💬 El Ca…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I chat to Neil Diamond Tribute Artist - Warren Potter. Warren didn't start out as a Neil Diamond Tribute Artist, but as an Elvis Tribute Artist! I think Warren does a fantastic job as both fabulous Artists! His voice is silky smooth, and Warren captures Neil Diamonds essence with great aplomb. Warren w…
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In this episode we meet Kelly, a new member of the Spanish con Salsa team, who tells us how she learned English and stories about her country. 🗣🌍 She also tells us about the reality of Cuba and how she managed to move to another English-speaking country, but remains proud of her Cuban nationality. 🇨🇺 In this episode you’ll learn: How to say “swag” …
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In this Episode I have the pleasure of chatting to the gorgeous Liza Ohlback. Liza is an award-winning Australian Singer Songwriter whose voice reminds me of the greats such as Etta James and Aretha Franklin. In this interview we have the pleasure of listening to two of Liza's tracks, Unravelling and It Gets Hard Sometimes Liza's New CD "UNRAVELLIN…
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This week Nick Averwater continues his conversation with Dr. Emily Williams Burch, Professor of Music at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA. Dr. Burch was also named to the 2023 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of Music Educators. In this episode we'll learn about the work she has done with the American Choral Directors Association to provid…
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Luke talks to Den Vecchio, a play therapist living and working in Bristol, UK. They discuss the principles of play therapy, why play therapy has become more available in mainstream schools in recent years, and overlaps with music therapy practice. Also - why every play therapist should have snakes, spiders and crocodiles in their collection! Den is…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I have a great chat with Simply Red Tribute Band Artist - David Camenzuli. David has one the most amazing voices you will ever hear. His range is enormous! He spent time at the Conservatorium of Music and also on stage with the Australian Theatre Company early on in life and has been strutting his stuf…
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I chat with a gorgeous Singer-Songwriter, Bek Jensen.Sleeping under tables while her parents performed, she truly is what it means to be of the Australian Music scene.At 15 she joined her mum, Shauna Jensen's band, and hasn't looked back! With her Soulful voice, she has quite the range, and uses her voice in…
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In this Episode of Conversations with Crystal, I chat to Elvis Tribute Artists, Bill Pat. Bill has his show, Rock Revival Sydney, which features songs from Elvis and also some other artists.A favourite entertainer at the Parkes Elvis Festival, Bill gives his all in his performances of the King, Elvis Presley. I recently had Bill live on air on my r…
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In this episode we take a look at the lyrics of the reggaeton song Qué Pena by Maluma and J Balvin, very famous Colombian singers. 🎤 We talk about the two different ways to say to know in Spanish and how we use it depending on the situation. In this episode you’ll learn: How to use the verbs saber vs. conocer – and a quick way to know when to use w…
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I chat with Dynamic Duo, Watts-Wise. Lisa Wise, and Phil Watts, are friends who have come together to share their love of music with us all. They have an eclectic style which is quite exciting. This is what happens when 2 multi instrumentalists collide! They hail from Dungog, which is in the mid North Coast …
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On this episode of InChoir, we talk to two composers about the intersection of choral music and the human experience of grief and loss. Dr. Terre Johnson, is Chair of the Fred and Dinah Gretsch School of Music at Georgia Southern University. Johnson’s career has included conducting every kind of choir, from church music to professional conducting t…
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Welcome to the Music Learning Conversation podcast! Our second series of opens with a conversation with David Barnard. David has had a wide-ranging career in music education. He started life as a bass trombonist in the Royal Corp of Signals, before moving into education, eventually becoming Director of the Swindon Music Service. From this, David be…
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This Week on Conversations with Crystal, I have the pleasure of chatting to Ron James, front Man for the band Voodoo Punch.Ron has led an amazing life and was kind enough to share it with us in this interview.Ron brings a lot of energy and fun to his performances that makes you feel fantastic! Ron has also recorded a beautiful song, which is featur…
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This week Nick Averwater talks with Dr. Emily Williams Burch, Professor of Music at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA. Dr. Burch was also named to the 2023 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of Music Educators. In this episode we'll learn about the book that she co-authored with Alex Gartner called The Business Of Choir, A Choral Leader's Gui…
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In this episode of InChoir, we talk with composer Christopher Tin and naturalist Scott Weidensaul about the intersection of music, art, and conservation. Christopher Tin's The Lost Birds is sung by the preeminent British vocal ensemble VOCES8, accompanied by Tin's longtime collaborators, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Christopher Ti…
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Evelyn Mason is an experienced music therapist and Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Student at the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge. Chroma Therapies and the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) are collaborating with ARU on this study which focuses on music therapy to address t…
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In this episode, host Tamara Marie dives into the song “Las Caras Lindas” 🎶 by Ismael Rivera, a renowned salsa singer from Puerto Rico. Against the backdrop of Black History Month, we delve into the significance of Afro-Latino culture in Latin America, particularly Puerto Rico. Through dissecting the lyrics of the song and giving you a taste of the…
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Adalia Aborisade is not your typical expat. She left the US in 2016 and moved with her daughter and dog to Honduras. She has since settled in Mexico City, opting to retire to city life instead of white sand beaches. In our conversation, Adalia shares her experiences living abroad while Black, including: ✔️ what happened when she had to interact wit…
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In this episode of InChoir, we talk with composer Eric William Barnum about music and memories of home. Eric Barnum is an internationally known conductor and composer who has received numerous awards and grants and has held residencies all over the world. He is currently the Director of Choirs at Drake University. His piece, A Thousand Red Birds, r…
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This week Nick Averwater talks with Dr. Timothy Sexton, Associate Director of Bands for Tarpon Springs Leadership Conservatory For The Arts in Tarpon Springs, Florida, a city of around 25,000 located 25 miles northwest of Tampa. Dr. Sexton has also recently been named to the 2023 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of Music Educators. In this episode we'll lea…
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Do you ever get nervous when someone asks you a question in Spanish? Has your mind ever gone completely blank when you're trying to respond, even if you KNOW you know what you want to say? In this episode, you'll hear from Dani Dancing -- a Spanish learner like you who was able to shed her fear of speaking Spanish and get more comfortable having co…
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I chat to Kerry B Ryan from Blues Experience.Kerry hails from WA, do yourself a favour and go to a gig, I promise you a fantastic Experience! I thoroughly enjoyed my chat with Kerry, and like the title of his band suggests, it really is an Experience.Listening to Kerry's compositions brings a joy to the hear…
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In this episode, we're zooming into the virtual world of communication! 🗨 Whether you've been navigating Zoom calls for work, catching up with friends, or taking online Spanish lessons, we've got some spicy tips to help you sound more like a native speaker. You'll learn the following: How to check in with your conversation partner if you can't hear…
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This week on Conversations with Crystal, I chat to Greg Nunan, of Greg Nunan and the General Jacksons. Greg has a really cool band called The General Jacksons, they write and perform a lot of their own music. A 'must see' band for sure.Greg also runs a Muso Mastery course for all musicians to help them succeed in the music industry, how awesome is …
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There is something magical about the first creations of a young artist! In this inaugural episode of InChoir, we talk with composer Alex Berko about artistic beginnings and his six-movement composition, Sacred Place. Berko’s choral music is featured on two GRAMMY®-nominated albums, Conspirare’s “House of Belonging” which contains Sacred Place and T…
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Elaine is a BAMT registered clinical supervisor, and consultant lead visitor for the HCPC. She studied piano and composition at GSMD, and trained as a music therapist with Dr Paul Nordoff and Dr Clive Robbins in London. After running the music therapy service at the CDC, Charing Cross Hospital for several years, and completing an MA research thesis…
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