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Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. Toledo SymphonyLab™ is an award-winning radio podcast series from WGTE Public Media in collaboration with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, providing a weekly half hour behind-the-scenes look at the world of classical music. Every week, host Brad Cresswell and TSO personalities explore a theme inspired by a concert or other event from the symphony's season. With lively discussion, quizzes, and even audio "re-enactments" of historical events, Toledo SymphonyLab™ seeks to ...
 
Classical Music for everyone! The Open Notes Podcast is the place for anybody interested in Classical Music to learn more, from newbies to seasoned veterans.Open Notes features interviews with soloists and composers, interactive program notes, and discussions about topics in classical music. Hosted by Jeremy D. Cuebas and sponsored by the Fort Collins Symphony
 
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Foxhole Symphony

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Foxhole Symphony

Steve Sargent & Mark Vesper

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Foxhole Symphony is a podcast about the transformational value of men in authentic Christian community. The world has taught men that authentic equals weak. We have been trained since young ages to stuff it, hide it and fake it 'till we make it with messages like ‘big boys don’t cry’, ‘put on a stiff upper lip’, and ‘never let ‘em see you sweat’. Stop believing the lie that you can thrive in isolation and instead, join us on the journey from broken to whole.
 
Join award winning composer Peter Link as he presents his life's work in 'Scattershot Symphony.' Each episode looks at a different movement in the symphony of his life’s work, which spans some 40 years. Though it's roughly 90 percent music, Peter manages to regale the listeners with fascinating stories and anecdotes related to his music over the years.
 
国際学術研究会「交響する古代」(主催:明治大学大学院文学研究科 日本古代学教育・研究センター)文部科学省 組織的な大学院教育改革推進プログラム <複眼的日本古代学研究の人材育成プログラム> 2010.11.04-06 明治大学リバティタワー1F リバティホール
 
The stage is dark, but the conversation is just beginning. Welcome to Utah Symphony | Utah Opera's Ghost Light podcast, a behind the curtain look into the world of classical music and opera and the artists who make it. Hosted by Jeff Counts and Carol Anderson. Produced and edited by Robert Bedont.
 
Official podcast of UK one man prog doom band Infernal Symphony - The only podcast covering the UK's most prolific metal band. Covering the project's latest news and developments, insight into recording and songwriting, as well as covering varied topics such as satanism atheism and metal history, latest world metal news, politics, random thoughts, new releases from our peers in the Midlands, and more! Thanks for listening and head to infernalsymphonyuk.bandcamp.com and infernalsymphony.wordp ...
 
Join Kewlio in his quest to play video games and discover the weird and geeky things of the world! Listen to chiptune artists you may never have heard of! Broadcasted live on CKDU 88.1 FM in Halifax, or on ckdu.ca everywhere, at 5 PM Atlantic Time every Friday. Podcast updates the following Sunday.
 
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.
 
Well, I am one of those wanderers who make 9/10 decisions wrong but couldn't have been better. A proud human of a golden retriever and a survived mechanical engineer :) I write but if it's good, it's me... If not, it's alcohol. This is my first podcast, please have fun listening and give feedback :) It's a daydreamer's dream! :)
 
Like that OTHER composer with a similar name (but without the syphillis), Mosart212 (aka Maria JoséButter, aka Boston Blackie) is a prolific creator of bad-ass funky symphonies for the post-modern era. While he’s a DJ’s DJ, he’s also so much more: composer, rabblerouser, crate-digger, beatsmith, Baseball Fury, teacher, curator, writer, bargain-hunter, philosopher, boogaloo shrimp, hep cat, and all-around artiste. Symphony Sessions is a weekly foray into the mind of Mr. Mosart212. One week yo ...
 
The San Francisco Symphony’s American Orchestra Forum brings together voices from diverse cultural perspectives and the general public to explore the 21st-century American orchestra. Topics include how orchestras connect with their communities; how orchestras balance creativity and innovation with artistic traditions and practices; and what orchestras can learn about changing audience patterns and engagement strategies from looking outside their own industry.
 
A song-by-song look at the catalog of Megadeth, the Grammy Award winning heavy metal band. Each episode a rotating group of hosts discusses the music, the lyrics, the history, and the context behind that week's song selection. Symphony Of Discussion... The Songs Of Megadeth Season 1: Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! starts January 2021. Twitter: @SymphonyPodcast
 
We play in places and spaces you'd never expect to find an orchestra, from sheds to warehouses, foyers to art deco cinemas and aeroplane hangers! We perform music from Mozart to Metallica, Björk to Beethoven and everything in between. Our mission is 'Music for Everyone' and by taking the orchestra out of the concert hall and into communities across WA, we are proud to have performed to over 350,000 people so far.
 
The ability to hold a person's attention through music without text over a long span of time requires enormous contrasts, invention, discipline, and knowledge. A Symphony is an attempt to fuse the very best of extremely diverse elements of music and pay tribute to the millions of different sounds and forms and contents and cultures which music can show us. The Symphony is a musical democracy through which every kind and possibility of music's meaning is sounded together in dialogue with one ...
 
Do you want a calm, cool, and "no-surprise" kind of life? Then this might not be the show for you. My Symphony Of Life is all about the challenges and rewards of being a middle-class mom and managing a family & home, job, pets, school activities, and helping run a production company and podcast network. Not for the faint of heart...Ana helps show you how to maintain control of a busy life and still have time to pursue your own passions and dreams.
 
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - Green Room Podcasts

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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - Green Room Podcasts

Presented by Jay Hopper, President of ALVATECH, a Cincinnati-based Podcast Agency

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After CSO concerts at Music Hall, the place to gather is the Green Room. It's where CSO fans mingle with Paavo, the musicians and the artists. It's the behind-the-scenes place to be! The CSO Green Room is the online backstage lowdown on all things CSO. Download today to learn more about the inner workings of this world class orchestra.
 
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In Episode 5, we hear from special guest, Pete Zaremba about brokenness and suffering and their role in the process of transformation. How often do we reject or deny these in our life and what's the result of that denial? As we lean deeper into our suffering, it not only produces healing and peace, but also leads to a new sense of wholeness that eq…
 
Thank you for joining us for this interview with guest Cellist Anthony Elliott. Today, Jeremy D. Cuebas sits down with Mr. Elliott to talk about his early experiences as a musician, his mission for educational outreach, and the importance of the Memorial to Martin Luther King by Oskar Morawetz. Anthony Elliott joins the FCS for our Solemn, Joyful &…
 
Co-hosts Carol Anderson and Jeff Counts sit down with John Holiday prior to his Utah Opera debut in his signature role in Jonathan Dove and April de Angelis’ Flight. Many, not familiar with the opera world will know John Holiday from season 19 of NBC’s The Voice. John is one of the most sought-after countertenors (a cis-male that sings in a mezzo-s…
 
In order to break traditions, one first has to know the traditions. The traditions of songwriting are the fundamentals developed over the centuries from Beethoven to George Gershwin to Billy Joel to Adele. Writing for the theater always gave me license to stretch the rules of the Pop music traditions. Of course, writing for the theater has its own …
 
Happy New Year...let's bring it in with a celebration and time of reflection! 2021 started and ended with challenges beyond our wildest dreams, and yet, there is still a Reason to Give God Thanks! Love you for staying with me and God Bless our New Year! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/messageSupport this podcast: htt…
 
“One thing I learned in life: You can never bring somebody up if they don’t wanna go up. No matter how good you think you are, no matter how much you have to tell them, you could help them, if they don’t want to go up, there is nothing you can do. But, the revers is not true. Somebody bad can bring a good person down. And the negative people can br…
 
Margalit "Maggie" Ruth Gyllenhaal is an American actress and filmmaker. Part of the Gyllenhaal family, she is the daughter of filmmakers Stephen Gyllenhaal and Naomi Achs, and the older sister of actor Jake Gyllenhaal. en.wikipedia.org Born: November 16, 1977 (age 44), New York City, New York (state), United States Net worth: $25 million (celebrity…
 
“Best thing about being in your 90s is you’re spoiled rotten. Everybody spoils you like mad and they treat you with such respect because you’re old. Little do they know, you haven’t changed. You haven’t changed in [the brain]. You’re just 90 every place else … Now that I’m 91, as opposed to being 90, I’m much wiser. I’m much more aware and I’m much…
 
Co-hosts Carol Anderson and Jeff Counts discuss the comedy, energy, music, and emotion of a colorful cast living out an unexpected overnight delay. John Holiday from season 19 of NBC’s The Voice makes his Utah Opera debut in his signature role in the opera that has entertained audiences around the world and speaks to us of the realities of our shar…
 
We jump into the New Year with an all-American program, featuring Adolphus Hailstork's Three Spirituals for Orchestra and Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (featuring soprano Janinah Burnett). Finishing off the program is Antonin Dvořák's "New World" Symphony, which was written while Dvořák was living and working in the United States. Multi…
 
In Episode 4, Mark and Sarge discuss the topic of blind spots and dig deep into the challenges and immense value of giving and receiving feedback. Hard conversations carry a certain level of risk with them, but when approached with humility and truly having the other person's best interests in mind, they are tremendous opportunities for growth. In …
 
What does a Conductor Do? In this episode, you will learn how to conduct an orchestra in 3 easy steps...well, actually it's more complicated than that, but you will learn some of the things that a conductor does on and off the podium. Hosted by FCS Assistant Conductor Jeremy Cuebas, this podcast explores how a conductor works with an orchestra to p…
 
Welcome to the Open Notes Podcast by the Fort Collins Symphony. My name is Jeremy Cuebas and I’m your host for this exciting dive into the rich world of Classical Music. This podcast is for anybody interested in learning more about Classical Music, from total newbies to seasoned veterans. If you want to learn more, then this is the place to be. Thi…
 
What are the best seats for an orchestra concert? For anybody visiting a symphony for the first time, the task of picking your perfect symphony seat can be daunting: What do these numbers mean? Where does it sound the best? I can only afford the cheap seats. Are they really bad? Is this the front row or the back row? (This one actually happened to …
 
Listen as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through music. Michael Jones, Sarah Hoestetter, and Linda C. Shaw will share their gifts! Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/messageSupport this p…
 
In Episode 3, Mark and Sarge explore men's propensity to isolate. Have you been known to occasionally go dark...to cave up? If not, perhaps you've had a friend who has been known to do so? While there are many types of 'man caves', in this episode, we go spelunking to explore three types of caves in particular...the cave of busyness, the cave of ap…
 
Welcome to our 2021 Christmas Special! This year we revisit the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future through discussion and games, including Christmas Question Roulette ("What was the worst gift YOU'VE ever received?"). Our special guest is TSO Marketing Manager Allie Dresser, who gives us the scoop on her highly sports-oriented Wintertime…
 
Good morning everyone, listen in to Colorado's own Sarah Hoestetter as she shares with us how her new single release was birthed. You'll hear an amazingly gifted and anointed artist sing a Christmas Classic done only the way she can do it! You will enjoy and be blessed! This Sunday, 12/19/21 7:30 am MST. We're doing these last couple of podcasts de…
 
In this episode, we talked to a very special guest: Victoria Kühne who is a GRAMMY-nominated artist and CEO of Victoria Records, who shared details of her path in a male-dominated industry. Also, we talked to flutist Jenn Forsese, who is also the personnel manager of the BSO. This episode was recorded and graciously sponsored by Victoria Records, a…
 
We offer a tribute to the late, great Stephen Sondheim, who passed away in November. Joining us is arts journalist Mark Stryker, longtime critic for the Detroit Free Press who interviewed Sondheim in 2009 about his connections to classical music. Mark also shares with us his book Jazz from Detroit, which documents the cultural history of Motor City…
 
Symphony Solutions, iGaming software development company, had podcast with UnderDefense, cybersecurity firm, to: address real Cybersecurity challenges, the technology industry faces discuss how development of products secure by design mitigate risks.על ידי marketingu4
 
In this episode, we discuss the typical conversations among men and how to grow from a mile wide and an inch deep to something much more rich, beautiful and authentic. We dive into some obstacles that keep us from having authentic relationships, as well as, some practical suggestions on how to break free from the lies we sometimes believe about bui…
 
Welcome one and all, merry fellows and Slaytanic demons alike, for a very special Antichrist-mas and New Fear themed edition of the Infernal Symphony Pestilence Podcast!! The finale of Season 2, here we cover all of the usual, varied topics and well as some very special important updates for the year ahead for the band that you won't want to miss! …
 
We get a backstage glimpse of the Toledo Ballet's production of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker this weekend at the Stranahan Theater. Joining us is Artistic Director Lisa Meyer-Lang, and Business Manager Natalie Frushour – who tells us about her Nutcracker history as a former dancer. We also sprinkle a nut, cracker, and nutcracker quiz throughout the…
 
In my writing today, I find the AABAB - [Verse, verse, chorus, verse, chorus] structure often too limiting for the things I choose to write about, though I deeply honor it. Without the basics we have no structure. Without structure or foundation, the building falls down. So Episode 20 will be a continuation of what we started in Episode 19 -- an ex…
 
Good evening! Please join me as I begin the celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! I'll share just under 15 minutes of joy, love, and inspiration designed to bless whoever sits to listen! To God be the Glory; Amen! The following Sundays, I will release the podcast at 11:00 am so you may enjoy the blessing all day long! Remember, "You were…
 
We celebrate the glorious return of the TSO's annual Messiah performance with a deep dive into the Handel classic, which took a leave of absence last year due to the pandemic. Helping us out is soprano and arts innovator Jennifer Cresswell, who not only appears as soloist for the TSO's Christmas at the Peristyle concert, but takes up the soprano so…
 
Episode 1 of Foxhole Symphony is a fun look back at Sarge & Mark’s 15-year friendship adventure and a look forward at what to expect as they continue to work together to bring men closer to each other and to Jesus. Listen in to learn more about the origin story of the Band of Brothers (BoB) and what we really mean by Foxhole Symphony. We’re excited…
 
It's that time of year, as we welcome special guest Mary Bilyeu (Food Editor of The Blade) into the studio for our annual Thanksgiving Special. Mary tells us about her various holiday projects and also offers up some Thanksgiving advice. As an added bonus, we do the "Saltine Cracker Challenge" – which is about as far as you can get from gastronomic…
 
We welcome the mezzo Susan Platts, who has long been celebrated for her performances of Gustav Mahler's music. Toledo audiences will soon get the chance to hear Susan sing Mahler's monumental symphony in song, Das Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth). We hear Mahlerian tales as told by Susan, including about her "pandemic project" (hint: it's …
 
Hello, let us gather together for a few minutes to give thanks, to honor the Lord with our words and deeds! Receive the blessing from the poetic word and endeavor to represent Christ in our hearts! Happy Thanksgiving! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/supp…
 
We're joined by Detroit-based crooner Paul King, who celebrates the songs of Tony Bennett in his appearance with the TSO this season. Paul shares the backstory on his career, and gives some insight into what makes a "crooner" a crooner. Also, we go down the Tony Bennett rabbit-hole with our quiz of the day!…
 
Today we’re going interactive. Songs from the trunk presents some older, but promising material that begs to be reworked, brought up to date, and developed further. Or, for that matter, perhaps just left in the trunk. So I’m asking you, our devoted listeners, to weigh in and vote on possible next steps for each song. At the end of the podcast we’ll…
 
Hello and welcome back to another exciting edition of the Infernal Symphony Pestilence Podcast!! This month we reveal an exciting surprise new release for free download to celebrate Demonic Bishop's 30th Birthday, as well as covering all the usual awesome Infernal Symphony news and events. We also take a look at current events including the gas and…
 
It's not often that we have the opportunity to welcome a living composer into our midst, but that's indeed the case as Emmy-nominated composer Kareem Roustom joins us to talk about his clarinet concerto Adrift on the Wine-dark Sea. Inspired by Homer’s classic epic The Odyssey and Melissa Fleming's A Hope More Powerful Than The Sea (a harrowing stor…
 
Welcome and join us as we lift up the name of Jesus through the poetic spoken word and the rhythm of the drum with my featured guest, Master Drummer, Michael Jones. Come spend these next 30 minutes with us as we stir up the gift in you via music! You're sure to hear some word or rhythm that stirs your soul! --- Send in a voice message: https://anch…
 
We offer a heartfelt tribute to Richard P. (Dick) Anderson, who until his death at age 90 last year was an indefatigable champion of the arts (in addition to being a pillar of the business and agricultural worlds). As the Toledo Symphony prepares to memorialize the man with music, we reminisce on Dick's lifetime of giving back to the community – an…
 
Interview with FCS Guest Pianist Bryan Wallick, in conversation with FCS Assistant Conductor Jeremy D. Cuebas. Mr. Wallick will perform two pieces with the FCS on their Signature Concert no 2: Energized, Unsure & Triumphant. Support the show (https://www.coloradogives.org/FortCollinsSymphony/overview)…
 
We spend time with violinist extraordinaire Nick Kendall (a.k.a. "Nicky Diamondz," a.k.a. "Nicky Five Tones," a.k.a. "Little Nicky") one third of the superstar string trio Time for Three and their appearance in Toledo with the TSO. Learn the backstory behind Nick and the trio (including those "nick"names), their venture into singing territory, and …
 
Welcome to this Special Event podcast. Thanks for listening. What is a Special Event? Let’s just define it for now at this juncture as some sort of musical presentation that takes you, the listener, beyond the confines of a podcast. Just imagine a musical experience designed to lift your thought to a higher sense of awareness countering the downwar…
 
All up in the blogsSaying we met at the barWhen I don't even know who you areSaying we up in your houseSaying I'm up in your carBut you in LA and I'm out at Jermaine'sI'm up in the AYou so so lameAnd no one here even mentions your nameIt must be the weed, it must be the E'Cause you've beem popping hoodYou get it poppingOh, why you so obsessed with …
 
Listen in tonight for a refreshing of your spirit through the inspired poetic word! Tonight's inspiration was designed to bring us all on one accord to the glory of our Lord! Grace, Peace & Favor! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/support…
 
We interview a LOT of composers on the podcast. But many of the composers we’d like to interview are no longer with us. So we’re forced to talk about them instead. Jeff and Carol discuss the creation of Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in this Deep Dive episode.על ידי Utah Symphony | Utah Opera
 
Hello guys and welcome again Infernal Hordes for perhaps this season's most exciting episode to date! And we unveil and go into extreme depth about the brand new and very exciting new studio album from Infernal Symphony, titled 'Horrific Synthesis' available now for download and streaming at infernalsymphonyuk.bandcamp.com. We will be plunging into…
 
We examine the intersection of Bach (as in J.S.) and Bock (as in beer) in our very first celebration of Oktoberfest, i.e., BACHtoberfest! We hear the story behind the annual beer and brat-soaked Bavarian event (which has been going on since 1810), and espouse the glories of J.S. Bach (which has been going on since 1685). Also, we offer a preview of…
 
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