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Wednesdays at 3:30 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 ...
 
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 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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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.
 
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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What does Mr. Rogers, the flute, music education, passing out on stage, and the Utah Symphony have in common? Guest soloist DeMarre McGill.While a guest soloist with the Utah Symphony in May 2021, Seattle Symphony principal flutist DeMarre McGill joined co-hosts Jeff Counts and Carol Anderson.They discuss the state of the classical music world, wha…
 
Episode 16 is an Exploration of Instrumental Music From Various Albums. Take a deep dive into the masterful work of various genres of instrumental music recorded over the years. If you’re a music listener, not just a person who uses music as a background energy in their life, but a real listener -- one who sits down and dives into the experience, t…
 
We welcome the dynamic pianist (and Toledo favorite) Sara Davis Buechner by phone to talk about the piano concerto by Florence Price, which Sara brings to the Peristyle in concert with the Toledo Symphony. In this episode, we not only learn about composers who were also talented visual artists, but we solve a longstanding puzzle in the world of cla…
 
Michael Lang, Toledo Ballet's resident director/choreographer, joins us to talk about his latest creation, Coming Up for Air. A synthesis of the healing and the performing arts, Coming Up for Air is an immersive, hour-long medition set to the mesmerizing music of Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds and Frédéric Chopin. We share our own serious strate…
 
As we launch season five of our series, we explore the artistry of Grammy Award and MacArthur “Genius” grant winner Rhiannon Giddens, who comes to Toledo this weekend for a concert and subsequent lecture appearance. Test your Rhiannon 101 with our trivia quiz, plus hear what antics our panel was up to over the summer. Also, we discuss the TSO's new…
 
Yet again another riveting episode of the Pestilence Podcast is in store for you this month!! Episode 3 of the improbable new season takes a deep dive into some brand new topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, ignorance, vaccines, conspiracy theories, religious thinking, and more! All told from the insightful perspective of band leader Demonic…
 
In this interview with John Danny Madden, Background Vocal Arranger, extraordinaire, we not only learn about the career of this most talented man, but we also explore his work in detail by breaking down the tracks of a number of songs and learning the hows and whys of Vocal Arranging. You’ll laugh and gasp along with me at his marvelous work and le…
 
Hello again and welcome one and all to the Pestilence Podcast! Remember to use the code 'infernaltwitchchannel' to unlock a 50% discount on all of our music over at infernalsymphonyuk.bandcamp.com. Also a huge episode is in store this month as we go over inspirations, sad metal news, Lyrical Inspirations, other fun stuff and more!! Ave Satanas Infe…
 
We’ve all experienced the tougher side of life these last couple of years, and we’ve all, on some level or another, been knocked around by it, whether it be political, pandemical, financical, romantical, or whatever. It’s about time we get back up from this unfortunate time. So, in this Episode 14 of Scattershot Symphony we offer a kind of Musical …
 
Hello all and welcome to the first episode of 2021!! It's been a long time coming, so strap back in the saddle and catch up on what the band has been up to for the last year or so. Featuring announcements about new albums, exciting new developments and opportunities for the band, new ventures, interesting anecdotes about the state of the world and …
 
In Episode 6 we dealt with songs that explored the nature of romantic love. Here we look at the word “Love” with much wider eyes (and ears). The big word concept of Love is illuminated through 11 songs all dealing with a variety of loves for family, life, friends, and things out of the ordinary. If you’ve never listened to a Scattershot Symphony Po…
 
And now Jenny Burton visits us live, discussing in depth her new EP, New World. The timing is perfect for this four-song approach to a new and changing world hopefully post pandemic. Listen to the entire album and hear Jenny regale us with thoughts and stories on the making of this powerful musical approach to the coming changes in all of our futur…
 
For our last conversation of the 2020-2021 season, we look forward to what the future might bring, post-covid. Our special guest is Jeff vom Saal, Executive Director of the Spokane Symphony, who gives some insight into what his organization has been doing – and what they hope to achieve as the arts begin to open up again.…
 
As the season (unlike any other) winds down, we give the last word to Beethoven and his Symphony No. 6, the Pastoral symphony. Also on the docket: American composer (unlike any other) George Antheil and his very pastoral Serenade for Strings. We take it a step further with our pastoral pop quiz, and – perhaps best of all – welcome TSO Music Directo…
 
For our Memorial Day special we welcome Jacob Joyce, Associate Conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony and guest conductor for the TSO's Patriotic Pops concert. Jacob gives some backstory to his career as a violinist and conductor, plus we take a dive into the patriotic-themed repertoire on the concert (including our unofficial analysis of "The Star…
 
This Episode covers a wide range of Pop music— hence the name, “A Scattershot Of Pop.” Here presented and discussed are some of Peter Link’s favorite Pop music creations from four decades of producing and composing. Join us as we revisit and share insights into the making of and development of everything from ballads to dance music. If you lived th…
 
We talk with two major artists as they prepare a triumphant return to Toledo: pianist Jon Nakamatsu and TSO Music Director Alain Trudel. Nakamatsu, Gold Medalist of the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, talks about his several appearances with the TSO and what it's like to be returning to live performance after the 15-month hiatus …
 
We celebrate TSLAB's 150th episode with a walk through memory lane (featuring contributions from "Dr." Lea Salonga and "Quizmaster" Erin Moran Wiley). Also, guest panelist Michael Lang from Toledo Ballet shares the scoop on his latest creation with the Toledo Symphony, Dancing Fairy Tales. And speaking of fairy tales, can you "pin the tale on the m…
 
Israeli director Omer Ben Saedia joined the Ghost Light Podcast prior to the opening of Utah Opera’s production of Peter Brook’s “La tragedie de Carmen” to discuss her thoughts about the current state of the world of opera.על ידי Utah Symphony | Utah Opera
 
What do young budding musicians and Beethoven have in common? Well for one thing, they're both covered by this podcast. Special guest Rachel Schultz, TAPA Director of Education and Community Engagement, briefs us on the TSO Chamber Spotlight program featuring Young Artist Competition winners, and we take a deep dive (once more) into Beethoven as pa…
 
On My Way Home - An Immigrant’s Lament is a newly released song written, produced and performed by Peter Link. The issues of immigration today are as perplexing a problem as many of the most challenging issues that we, as the human race, face. Why? Because at the heart of the Immigration problem lies one of our fundamental truths or principles that…
 
We welcome special guest Mike Deetsch, Senior Director of Learning and Interpretation at the Toledo Museum of Art, as we delve into the TSO's Art & Music Collide program. TMA's new exhibit Rare and Wondrous: Birds in Art and Culture 1620-1820 informs the music on the program, and provides the inspiration for our discussion. Think you know your bird…
 
The works of William Shakespeare as interpreted through readings, music, and dance in Toledo Ballet's program Moving Soliloquies. Choreographer Michael Lang stops by to fill us in on this engaging and original program, which takes us on a unique journey of Shakespeare’s famous speech “All the world’s a stage” performed by Jaques in As You Like It. …
 
Matthew Killam, Chief of Community Outreach and Experiences for Toledo's Metroparks, joins us for a chat about the Toledo Symphony's Forces of Nature concert which celebrates the beauty of nature not only with music, but through multimedia presentations as well. We'll hear Matt's story and what led him to the Metroparks, plus the symbiotic relation…
 
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