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This podcast follows the Marvel character, Carol Danvers, through her adventures in the comics, starting with the 1977 run of Ms. Marvel. She is now know as Captain Marvel, but first she started as a normal human, and then got powers and named herself Ms. Marvel. Hosts, Ariel Wang and Lewis Patzner, are musicians from Oakland, CA.
 
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Corey Mike from the Town Quartet and Star Trek expert, Misha Madison, join me to talk about the music of Star Trek. We talk about the themes of the shows and the scores of the movies, and we touch on how classical music is used in episodes. Then we run out of time so this is just part 1. In part 2, we continue the conversation!…
 
Lilan Kane and I celebrate the release of the the new Shadows E.P. with Cosa Nostra Strings! We also talk about her teaching at the California Jazz Conservatory, recording remotely, and we break a podcast rule and pitch music video ideas to each other. You lucky listeners get to hear 4 of Lilan's tracks: 17:04 Without You (feat. Cosa Nostra Strings…
 
Brian Adam Mccune discusses the art of orchestrating and his remix of my track "Autopsy" from the new Cosa Nostra Strings "Remixed" album. We also get to hear a few tracks that he either wrote or orchestrated, which we discuss: 12:08 - All in a Golden Afternoon from the Alice in Wonderland Bibliosymphony. 24:16 - Awesöme Orchestra feat. Casey Cresc…
 
The illustrious Laura Weinbach joins me to talk about the new Laura and Anton song, "Castles in the air," her band, Foxtails Brigade, and we go deep on some of her carpentry knowledge. We also talk about her podcast, "Totally Tell Me," and her newly found love of teaching (maybe you need guitar or vocal lessons?). At the end we talk a little tv, li…
 
Adam Theis of Jazz Mafia fame talks about producing music, putting out albums, and helping Petaluma's Phoenix Theater make their skate ramps. Specifically, we talk about the brand new Cosa Nostra Strings album, the politically themed Say Something, Do Something album, the Cosa Nostra Strings remix project, and the Cosa Nostra Strings "Shadows" E.P.…
 
Ariel Wang returns to talk about music videos she's been making in the pandemic era! We hear originals, both instrumental and with vocals, covers, an improvisation, and even a parody. 8:45 Sanatize Me Baby 15:51 Carry On 28:08 Chocolate Peanut Butter 41:39 Farewell Angelina 51:04 Bay Laurels 52:20 Sibley 58:17 House Upon a Hill 1:07:06 This Land is…
 
The Crossover Cellist is back with an episode featuring the music of 11 videos filmed/recorded during the pandemic. Time stamps for the music: 8:00 Patzner - Apropos (with Corey Mike and Jacob Hansen-Joseph) 12:52 Patzner - Etude 5 17:22 Green - Stella by Starlight 24:35 Parker - Confirmation 30:30 Coleridge-Taylor - When I am Dead, My Dearest op. …
 
Derek Sup returns to the podcast with thoughts about the creative process, the Glenview Classical Series, and our concert Friday August 30th at 7:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Oakland, featuring music by Purcell and Britten. We get to hear an excerpt from Britten's cantata, "Rejoice in the Lamb," recording by him and me on organ and cello, as…
 
Ed Baskerville talks about our upcoming cello quartet concert at the Musical Offering Cafe, Wednesday 8/28 at 7:30. We also talk about his early days playing with Rupa Marya and Classical Revolution, in addition to his new, futuristic ventures. At the end, we hear a rehearsal recording of a movement from Bach's 154th Cantata performed by Ed, Crysta…
 
Members of the Town Quartet, Corey Mike and Jacob Hansen-Joseph, talk about our upcoming string trio performance at the Musical Offering Cafe in Berkeley July 24th at 7:30PM, the 7th installment of the Bach Project, featuring the Mozart/J.S. Bach/W. F. Bach Preludes and Fugues, and the 15 sinfonias. We also talk about Corey's NES arranging project,…
 
Trumpeter and composer, Darren Johnston, talks about our upcoming show with his project, The Pipes, and my project, Cosa Nostra Strings, at the Back Room in Berkeley June 9th at 7:30. We also talk about his projects, the trumpet life, and a good deal of politics. It gets pretty political in the 2nd half, but we circle back to music within that sect…
 
Fellow crossover cellist, Crystal Pascucci talks about the Composer Arranger Performer Orchestra (performing Saturday April 13th in Oakland at 8pm), Two Aerials (her band that we get to hear at the end of this episode), and the nature of being a crossover cellist (it's super fun and awesome. https://www.crystalpascucci.com https://twoaerials.bandca…
 
Multi-instrumentalist and jack of musical trades, Matt Montgomery, talks about his past projects like Versus Them and Petty Troubles, as well as upcoming shows with the Composer Arranger Performer Orchestra in Oakland April 13th and his guest violin set at a groupmuse with Cosa Nostra Strings April 9th. https://www.youtube.com/mattmontgomery https:…
 
Chelsea Coleman talks about her journey as a singer-songwriter, including her upcoming show at Euclid Manor Saturday March 23rd. We also get to hear a track from her album, Modern Mythology, called "This Thunder." chelseacolemanmusic.com chelseacoleman.bandcamp.com thegospelflats.bandcamp.com yg2d.com (you're going to die) facebook.com/events/22541…
 
Multi-instrumentalist and musical secret agent, Moses Lei, talks about the upcoming Uptown Chamber performance of J.S. Bach's Musical Offering at the Musical Offering Cafe in Berkeley, Wednesday, February 27th, at 8pm. Did Bach's 2nd son, C.P.E. Bach, work for the same Fredrick II that provided the theme for the Musical Offering? We do not find out…
 
Keith Lawrence joins the podcast to talk about Cosa Nostra Strings, his electronic music and vocal projects like KraftLaw, and his background growing up in Pittsburgh PA. Shows mentioned in this podcast: 2/20 9:30pm David James and GPS at the Lost Church 2/28 Cosa Nostra Strings with Lilan Kane at the Blue Note in Napa 3/1 6pm Cosa Nostra Strings a…
 
Town Quartet and Redwood Tango violinist, Mia Bella D'augelli and I sit down and talk about our various projects, including an upcoming duo concert at the Musical Offering Cafe in Berkeley Wednesday Feb 6th at 8:00PM. In the podcast, we say it's happening at 7:30, but it has since been moved to 8 to accommodate an earlier event at the cafe. https:/…
 
Jordan Glenn talks about his upcoming show which kicks off the Do-over Series at Temescal Center for the Arts, Saturday January 5th at 8pm. We talk about conducting improv, and we learn about Butch Morris, who was a pioneer in this field. At the end, we get to hear Flower Fashion Fantasies, performed by BEAK. Do-Over Music Series: https://www.faceb…
 
"Reasonably skilled violist," Jacob Hansen Joseph discusses his passion for the music of Reicha, Biber, and a performance of Yuri Bashmet and Sviatoslav Richter playing the Hindemith Viola Sonata Op. 11 no. 4. We also talk about the upcoming Town Quartet and friends (Mia's and my Moms) performance at the Musical Offering Cafe in Berkeley October 14…
 
Violinist, Corey Mike, talks about upcoming shows with Town Quartet and Trio Étrange, as well as his rock and roll past playing with Ghost Town Jenny. We reminisce about past Town Quartet highlights and the short-lived Ice City Quintet, and we get to hear the track "See You In Eternity," from Ghost Town Jenny's 2014 release, "Golden Hour." Upcoming…
 
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and creative force, Roxy Rawson, talks about AMCC, The Arts and Music Catalyst Collective, and it's sub-division, Femme Freak Folk, which has its debut show Saturday October 13th at the Starry Plough. Ariel Wang, who is a co-founder of AMCC, joins us to talk about the new organization. We get creative with sub-gen…
 
New Moon Duo talks about their upcoming concert, "Voy Solo, 20th Century Poetic Narratives," at St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Oakland, Friday, October 12th, at 7:30pm. We also chat a bit about Melinda's baroque group, Liaison, and Anne's and my piano trio with Corey Mike, Trio Étrange, as well as Anne's series, The Vernon Salon. www.melindabecker.c…
 
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and maker of arts, Jamie Freeman Turner, talks about his project, H?ran Soun, which could be described as cinematic 21st century moody pop rock core. He's currently releasing a demo a week on his soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/heransoun He also is releasing a deluge of video content: https://www.youtube.com/ch…
 
Music historian, Ron Drummond, gives us some background information concerning his upcoming lecture/concert with members of the Town Quartet at the Musical Offering Cafe In Berkeley, September 26th, at 7pm. On the program is the Reicha string trio, Pavel Wranitzy string trio op. 17 no. 1, and a Pichl duo for viola and cello. Ron talks extensively a…
 
The first episode of the Carol Danvers Show! We read through Ms. Marvel vol. 1 #1 from January, 1977. This isn't her first appearance, but its the first time we see her with powers. Carol Danvers gets a job at the Daily Bugle, and Ms. Marvel battles the Scorpion! This being the first episode, we learn that our hosts, Ariel Wang and Lewis Patzner, a…
 
Fellow crossover cellist, Joey Chang, talks bout his beatboxing, rapping, cello playing alter ego, Cello Joe, and the Cello Madness Congress, that's happening at the Piedmont Center for the Arts Saturday the 15th at 7pm. We also get to hear 2 songs, Digital Addiction, and Break Free. http://www.cellojoe.com https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cellojoe-pre…
 
Ariel Wang discusses her upcoming show at the Little Arcs house, Friday, September 14th. https://www.facebook.com/events/236064800409700/ Also, she talks about her show at the You're Going to Die East Bay event at Starline Social Club downstairs, September 26th. http://www.yg2d.com/events/ Also, we get to listen to "Moontide," from her recent EP, "…
 
Pianist, Anastasia Reshetikhin, talks about our upcoming piano trio performance at the Musical Offering Cafe. We also hear a performance of the first movement of the Saint Saens Bassoon sonata that she and I played at a recent groupmuse. For information regarding her upcoming groupmuse on September 20th, as mentioned in this episode, go to groupmus…
 
Michelle Schmitt talks about her new album, "St. Mary's," her upcoming birthday/benefit show at Throckmorton Theater September 13th, and we learn which one of the Patzner brothers is her "musical soulmate." https://michelleschmitt.com www.littlewishes.org https://tickets.throckmortontheatre.org/online/seatSelect.asp?BOset::WSmap::seatmap::performan…
 
Oakland composer Brett Carson talks about his new opera, "Just Visiting (X-Ray Vision)," on stage October 26th and 27th, and some of his previous projects. We're currently raising funds via Indiegogo to help fund the opera. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/just-visiting-x-ray-vision#/ http://www.brettcarsonmusic.com https://brettcarson.bandcamp.c…
 
Derek Sup and I talk about his various projects, including Little Arcs, his solo project, and The Composer Arranger Performer Orchestra, which performs Friday August 31st at 7:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Oakland. We also hear the first movement of his string quartet, performed by the Town Quartet. littlearcs.bandcamp.com www.dereksup.com le…
 
Violinist, Evan Price, talks about his journey to becoming one of the most versatile musicians who ever lived! We discuss his album, "Dialogues", and his "Concerto for Jazz Violin," which we are performing with the CAPO Chamber Orchestra August 31st at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Oakland at 7:30. We also get to hear his jazzified version of the B…
 
Violinist, composer, and singer-songwriter, Ariel Wang, discusses her various musical projects, including Saphire Lung, Django Moves to Portland, the Composer Arranger Performer Orchestra, and her main songwriting vehicle, "Ariel Wang." Plus, a live performance of her song, "California." upcoming shows discussed: 8/25 11am old time, classical, song…
 
On the 1st episode of "The Crossover Cellist," I interview local crossover violinist, Shaina Evoniuk. we talk about our project, Cosa Nostra Strings, and our upcoming show at the Kaiser Rooftop Series August 17th at noon. We also learn a little about Shaina's musical path, and hear a track from her album, "Hitwoman Honey." shainaevoniuk.com jazzmaf…
 
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