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Encore Houston is a weekly show featuring a concert recording from a local ensemble or performance organization in Houston. Each episode features the concert and brief commentary from host Joshua Zinn, with a preview of an upcoming performance by the featured organization at the end of the program.
 
Based in Nashville, TN, songwriter Chris Lindsey ("Every Time I Hear That Song" / Blake Shelton, "Poison and Wine" / The Civil Wars) has set out to discover what makes creative people tick. Starting with what he knows - writing - and branching out to various aspects of the music industry, Pitch List explores what it means to be a songwriter, and ultimately, a person. Join us as we talk with some of music's hit writers at the top of our Pitch List.
 
Each week WFMT goes live to the Chicago Cultural Center for concerts with emerging artists from around the world, produced by the International Music Foundation. Some shows offer solo recitals while others feature ensembles. The concerts take place beneath the world’s largest Tiffany-domed ceiling, part of a landmark building that originally housed the Chicago Public Library. The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts are named for British pianist Myra Hess who organized some 1,700 free lunchtime ...
 
Garrett McQueen is a professional bassoonist turned arts activist. With the help of his friend Scott Blankenship, the two explore what it looks like when the so-called “classical” genre meets music, conversations, and cultures from outside of the concert hall.
 
The intersection of art, culture and politics. Hosted by Torquil Campbell and Ali Momen. Each week Torquil and Ali get together with fellow musicians, actors, and artists to discuss the latest in the world of art, society, culture, and politics. The conversation is lively, free of crap, and with a unique perspective that only these two guys can bring. Send your comments to softrevcast@gmail.com! Join us on Patreon and get BONUS EPISODES, EXTENDED INTERVIEWS, and MORE! www.patreon.com/softrev ...
 
Decomposed breaks down the stories that have shaped classical music, from secrets and scandals to acts of sheer genius. Hear these stories accompanied by the symphonies, operas and other masterpieces they inspired. Hosted by Jade Simmons, a classical concert pianist and storyteller, the first season of Decomposed takes on gender expectations, Cold War propaganda and the danger of putting your personal life on the stage. Produced in partnership with Classical Minnesota Public Radio.
 
Welcome to Liz Laugh Cry a podcast about me, Lizzie! I'm taking you through my life whilst laughing and recapping why I'm crying. It'll be fun, I swear. I'm 31, single and sober, getting through life. Concert and movie recaps, relevant pop culture information. Lots of Britney Spears. If you can relate or want to make fun of me, I'd love for you to listen.
 
The Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT produces three different podcasts for our patrons to stream. "Broadway Buzz with Dr. Stuart Brown" is devoted to all things Broadway. Supported by Webster Bank. "Concert Conversations with Tom The Suit Forst" features in depth talks with CT-based musicians. Supported by Ion Bank. In addition listeners can also find past episodes of the radio show, "Your Palace Your Place" hosted by Sheree Marcucci on WATR 1320AM.
 
Has there been a time in your life where you’ve looked to someone to guide you? Grammy-nominated flutist Karen Kevra is a musician whose life was changed by her mentor. Join her for engaging interviews of artists as they share personal stories of deep connection that will warm your heart and inspire you....whatever you do and wherever you are on your path.
 
Weekly radio program in podcast form featuring heterogeneous, endangered musics that run counter to Modern globalism's cultural uniformity. Classical, traditional, demotic, dance, experimental, sacred, poetic, political — from field recordings to free jazz, from concert halls to barrooms — COB cultivates playlists from the fertile peripheries of pre- and post- Eurocentric globes. Live Friday evenings, 9:00 - midnight, Eastern USA time, on WRFI radio, ithaca/Watkins Glen, New York (www.wrfi.o ...
 
Marginals Lead the Show is bringing you news with a focus on queer, non-binary, trans community from Middle East and Europe. Having met through their collaboration for the regular concert and party series they co-organized in 2019, Ilgaz (musicologist) and Merve (journalist) are also hosting marginalized musicians and sound artists in their monthly show at Cashmere Radio.
 
Sit back relax and take a listen to The Dean Blundell Show every Monday-Friday. Dean Blundell and the gang bring 30+ years of radio and television, news, politics and sports experience to the table. This group of free thinkers brings together topics, advice, opinions and guests from every corner of the sports, entertainment, political, radio and television industry.
 
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 ...
 
If you’re here then we’d like to assume you are a music fan with impeccable taste, and appreciate the job we’re trying to do in promoting the very best in alternative music. Both Stephen and Remfry (that’s us) have written and spoken millions of words about our favourite bands in everything from The Independent and The Guardian to Metal Hammer and Team Rock Radio, and beyond. We have dedicated large chunks of our lives to passionately promoting our favourite music, but never has there been a ...
 
Sleeping Situation is a podcast by Ivy and Matt, a twenty-something couple that lives together. The show is full of fun facts, utter nonsense, and opinions you never asked for. During each episode, we catch you up on what’s going on in our lives (along with our soon-to-be famous cat, Rey). Once we get that out of the way, we might review an album, concert, movie, or something else we’ve been into lately. We also feature a segment in each episode where we play one of our trademark games, incl ...
 
An EAMC Podcast - Explore the personal journeys and experiences of people in the live entertainment industry. Join hosts Dave Redelberger and Paul Hooper as they talk with guests who work in live entertainment about what they are currently doing, their history in the industry, and the challenges they faced along the way to lead them to where they are today. Adventures In Venueland is a side project of the Event & Arena Marketing Conference, a non-profit organization bringing together people ...
 
On season 2 of the Bruce Lee Podcast, join Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee as she engages in conversation with special guests from all walks of life about their approach to living life fluidly and the wisdom they have gained along the way. In concert with themes from her new book Be Water, My Friend, Shannon continues to share Bruce Lee’s philosophy as she and her guests dive deep into the challenges and joys of being human. See how guests have aligned with and been inspired by Bruce Lee an ...
 
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Today on Concert Concerts we are talking to a musician's musician: Marty Quadrato, AKA Marty Q.Marty grew up playing the drums, then the sax, before falling in love with the guitar and songwriting. And now he puts that passion into his music. Tom talks with Marty all about his music creation process as well as his plans for returning to the scene a…
 
The Concert Crew celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Fugees’ sophomore album. Hear the fellas discuss the lead up to The Score, the tracks on the album, The Score’s impact, legacy and much more. Also, the Concert Crew reviews new music from Th1rt3en & Pharoache Monch, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Papoose, Eric Bellinger & Hitmaka, Conway The Machine & Big Gho…
 
Aloha mai kakou, Please enjoy this broadcast of new Hawaiian music, most of which you have probably never heard before. Click here to support the show: Hawaiian Concert Guide Tip Jar Lei Nahonoapi`ilani Project Kuleana Lei Nahonoapi`ilani: Songs of West Maui Ma`ema`e Lihau Napua Greig Lei Nahonoapi`ilani: Songs of West Maui By Your Side (feat. DeAn…
 
Violinist John Macfarlane and pianist Victor Asunción play music by Richard Strauss and Giuseppe Tartini live from the Chicago Cultural Center. John Macfarlane is Assistant Principal Second Violin of the Lyric Opera Orchestra. He has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Grant Park M…
 
Join Kai Swanson as he converses with Quad City Symphony Orchestra Music Director Mark Russell Smith. In this episode, Kai and Mark discuss the works featured on Masterworks V including Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik and Brahms Serenade No.2, op. 16. Purchase Digital Access Support the show (https://qcsymphony.secure.force.com/donate/?dfId=a0ni000…
 
Jon Lemon is a well-travelled sound mixer. Between his impressionable days working with Jands in Australia, and then moving to the UK working with Britannia Row, he began carving his very long and successful career becoming one of our industry's true world class sound engineers. We discuss his early days with Level 42, The Cure and Depeche Mode, ge…
 
I've known John 'JT$' Turner for over ten years, he is a huge supporter of the local QCA music scene, and even participates in local jam nights around town. We discuss his influences, Beatles VS Stones, his many annual Lollapalooza shows, plus how songwriting and classifying ourselves develop the seeds of the 'Music That Made Us'. (Discussions abou…
 
Ben Kowalewicz of Billy Talent on holding on, being hopeful, and playing 5 billion shows when this is over. Torq also gives the best explanation of NFT ever. Plus, we are now partnering with the AFC! BECOME A MEMBER OF OUR PATREON AND NOW A THIRD OF OUR PROCEEDS GO TO THE AFC which gives direct financial aid to artists, and crew in financial hardsh…
 
Well, they only went and bleeding did it! Mogwai at No.1 in the Official UK Album Charts. Remfry's very excited and it looks like Architects will score well on this week's Official Album Charts as well. Hooray for guitar music! In other good news, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have won a Golden Globe for their soundtrack to Pixar's Soul. Sadly and …
 
This question was sent by Rosemary, and she writes,: “Happy New Year greetings to you all. This day dawned breathtakingly beautiful and we will all be glad of the shade in the garden as the heat rises. A new year ahead in which our prayers and hopes are with those frontline workers caring for victims of Covid 19, and discoveries for containment. Ma…
 
On this weeks instalment of the roundtable Dean welcomes his friends, Lochlin Cross, Darrin Pfeiffer, James DiFiore and Bonzee. The lads discuss: Are the Toronto Maple Leafs for real? A mid life criss on wheelsDr.Seuss is being cancelled Randy Hiller is an idiot Poker Face Only Fans Moms Watch: https://youtu.be/Nw6D4SmeMUU…
 
Chapter 240 - "I Had To Explore Other Areas of Music" ...as read by Chris Ratzlaff of Fallstar This week, Fallstar frontman Chris Ratzlaff joins the podcast. Chris also fronts Northlander, also on Facedown Records, and Cobra Cobra on his record label, Rat Family. Chris chats about the influence that Mxpx had on him, choosing to go with Come and Liv…
 
On this episode of the Sleeping Situation, Ivy gets allergies, Matt rearranges the basement, and we discuss Star Wars video games and high school health class. Also on this episode, we play a shocking round of Trivia Bonanza (and say goodbye to the Situation Revue). This week's outro music: Submarines, Chapter 2: Down to the Bottom/Strange Creature…
 
Hi everybody, and welcome to Attendance Bias. I am your host, Brian Weinstein. My guest for today’s episode is Tim of Wook-Plus, also known by his Twitter handle, @WeekendWook. If you’ve engaged with the Phish community on Twitter over the past three years, no doubt that you’ve come across one of Tim’s “Phish Brackets,” in which songs, tours, or ve…
 
BONUS EPISODE - Detouring once again to Tampa Bay, Dave and Paul talk with Kevin Preast, Vice President of Event Management for Amalie Arena, the current residency home to the Toronto Raptors. Kevin gives us the inside scoop of what it’s like becoming a temporary home for an NBA team during the pandemic, the fan experience of welcoming the team to …
 
This week, we welcome composer Alex Shapiro to the Band Room! Dylan and Cait chat with Alex about why she loves the band community, how her environment influences her work, overcoming creative blocks and anxiety, adaptable music, the future of music publishing, and much more. Help Support the Band Room Podcast by Becoming a Patron Through Patreon h…
 
The Grammy Award-winning Catalyst Quartet is on a journey to create more recordings of music by women and composers of color, with the project, "Uncovered" being the latest installment. Abi Fayette joins Garrett to talk about the unique role that summer music festivals played in her development, her life as the newest member of the Catalyst Quartet…
 
Karl blows leaves in his Mario pajamas, Shane has to step up his milk game and Joel sweats profusely while trying to hold in his excitement. News Microsoft announces FPS Boost for XBOX Series S/X Nintendo Direct 2/17 Anthem officially canceled PlayStation State of Play Cheers Mikkeller - Do Stuff Together BNA Brewing Company - Big Mario Eagle Park …
 
(Originally Posted on Patreon on May 19th 2020) Riot Act goes pop (sort of) at Elliot Holt's suggestion as Steve and Remfry discuss the sophomore album by indie-electro pop trio London Grammar, who (confusingly) are from Nottingham. Steve gets personal, antagonises David Cameron and does an appalling Northern Irish accent whilst Remfry sits and lis…
 
JOIN OUR PATREON! - $3/MTH - EARLY ACCESS - BONUS CONTENT THANKS TO EFFIN BIRDS FOR SPONSORING THE PODCAST! PLAY NEW SOCIETIES AT WWW.CROWSTHEATRE.COM Dr. Allan Detsky, someone who actually knows what they're talking about, comes back on the podcast to tell us where the virus and arts are likely headed. LINKS: New York’s Pop-Up Concerts Kick Off Wi…
 
Paula Robison is a flutist who is a great artist. Born on a Sunday in Nashville to an extraordinary family of actors, writers, dancers, and musicians, she grew up in Los Angeles not only playing the flute, but studying dance with Bella Lewitzky and theater with Jeff Corey. When she was twelve years old, music claimed her heart and she knew she want…
 
Remfry's so excited about the prospect of Mogwai getting a number 1 album this week that he's changed his t-shirt! Who saw that coming!? Steve's happy for Mogwai but even happier to discover that Remfry has more than one t-shirt. The rest of the news covers the full range of the good, the bad and the ugly as The Former Boss of the United States of …
 
This week, Chris sits down with hit songwriter and music-maker Sarah Buxton. Sarah is a Grammy award-winning writer (“Stupid Boy” / Keith Urban, “Pictures” / Lady A, “Fix” / Chris Lane), as well as an incredible artist in her own right, collaborating on projects with Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk and more. In this episode, she and Chris discuss the i…
 
We discussed everything from his seeds of musical up bringing's with Dire Straits and Adam Sandler. To his influences with Les Claypool and Davie504. You also hear me ramble on again about a certain 'Supreme' podcaster. And whatever happened to the band 'Fastball' and "The Way"? Please check out his new release "Grab the Ammo" wherever you get musi…
 
Robin Dann calls Toronto home, but back when school was in the picture, she crossed the pond to south-east London, and studied music at Goldsmiths, University of London. And before that, there was time spent in Paris. We take Robin on a trip down memory lane to talk about the decadence of Paris, the pub culture in London, and coming full circle to …
 
Phil Maloney played drums in Hey Rosetta!, a 7-piece orchestral indie rock band from St. John's, Newfoundland, for 10 years before finding his way back home and opening Bannerman Brewing Co. We talk about growing up on the east coast of Canada, leaving to tour the world to play music, and craft beer. Keep in touch with us online: Follow us on IG: @…
 
We chat with Karina Rykman, bass-player-extraordinaire, about growing up in the greatest food city in the world, eating well while on tour, and playing music festivals in Japan. Karina currently plays bass in Marco Benevento's band, has opened for Khruangbin, and has played live on stage with Phish. Keep in touch with us online: Follow us on IG: @b…
 
This question was sent by Pieter, and he writes,: “Dear Vidas, Thank you for sending me the extra exercise supplementary to the sight reading course. I appreciate that very much. Firstly let me apologise for my late response after finishing the course. It has been rather busy with various things. You may recall that when I first approached you aski…
 
Chapter 239 - "There's No Barriers" ...as read by Brittany and Cathrine from Common Ground Collective This week I’m excited to welcome Brittany Hughes and Catherine Yi from Common Ground Collective to the podcast. Britt and Cat discuss their musical backgrounds, how they ended up working at Hopeless Records and how that experience influenced the ea…
 
Mini-Episode #14: Twist, 12/31/15, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY If New Year’s Eve is traditionally about celebration, reflection, and renewal, then NYE 2015 was tailor made for me. As I discussed in the first mini-episode of Attendance Bias, I was divorced toward the beginning of 2015. With Fare Thee Well and Phish’s extensive summer tour in…
 
Meet Cassie Zebisch, jack-of-all-trades, and guest-of-this-episode! Listen as Cassie describes starting two new businesses during the pandemic, her time with AEG as Sr. Director of Communications, and lessons learned along the way of her career. She is co-founder for reBUILD20, an organization focusing on helping live events develop strategies and …
 
This week Dylan and Cait take a break from chatting with guests and ask each other BRP listener questions. Everything from their earliest band memory, books that have inspired them, what makes a bad band piece, who would win a race, to what band instrument would they utilize as a weapon during a zombie apocalypse... Help Support the Band Room Podca…
 
Racial equity in "classical" music culture extends far beyond the world of performance! James Bennett II does his part as a staff writer at New York City's WQXR-FM, and joins the guys to talk about his job, the power of the pen, and how he reacts to today's social ecosystem as a content creator. Scott reacts to Regina King's "One Night in Miami" an…
 
The Dean Blundell Show brings you n interesting conversation about the Walk of Freedom / Brisket math / Douche Canoe / Tiger Woods / Anal Swabs with our favourite folks from the round table James DiFiore, Lochlin Cross and Caryma S'ad. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1IOXZdnvSg&t=3148sBy Dean Blundell
 
For the next two episodes, Broadway Buzz is joined by special guest, Broadway actress Marissa Perry who spent her formative years learning her craft in the Waterbury area.Our host Stuart Brown sits down and talks with Marissa about her career (which included a star turn on Broadway), some revealing backstage secrets, and her advice to aspiring acto…
 
this evening on Rock & Roll Over Podcast I talk about rock and metal bands who deserve to be in the rock and roll hall of fame but also being snubbed by the rock and roll hall of fame these bands have been on the list for years they deserve to get in your thoughtsBy J Rock
 
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