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What is it like to be famous before you’re famous? What is it like to walk in the shoes of another person? Each episode of Imagined Life takes you on an immersive journey into the life of a world-famous person. It’ll be someone you may think you know, even admire -- or maybe the opposite. You’ll get clues to your identity along the way. But only in the final moments will you find out who “you” really are. So sit back, let go, and -- imagine your life, with our hosts, Oscar nominated Virginia ...
 
As youngsters, they learned to play an instrument and some became better at it than others. Those who kept at it often made it a career and became famous as musicians, mentors and teachers. Some of them took their skills and special talent in a different direction. Hear how composers turn historical events, people, places and adventure into All Those Notes with Shari Barbour. Shari holds a Master of Music degree from James Madison University and has served on the faculties of several college ...
 
The Stage Rightside with James Whiteside (Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre) is an interview based foray into the interesting and often strange world of professional ballet. James speaks with fellow dancers, choreographers, costume designers, stage crew, makeup artists, you name it, in this comedic, yet informative podcast brought to you live from James' dressing room, backstage at the Metropolitan Theatre.
 
SuperIdols! RPG is a narrative play tabletop roleplaying podcast about aspiring teen idols with superpowers. Join GM ErynCerise and table of queer, gender-diverse players for improvised stories with elements of high school comedy, magical girl anime, showbiz drama, and superhero action! The current campaign is played using Masks: A New Generation. New episodes every 3 weeks. Logo by @Prissmbell on Twitter. For more details and subscription options, visit https://superidolsrpg.wordpress.com
 
Columnist and former First Lady of Whitewright, Texas, Narda Goodson is an inspirational soloist and speaker for conferences and women’s groups across the United States. To look at her today, one would never guess the terrain of her journey. Her teachings are said to be powerfully anointed, real, insightful, encouraging, and life-giving. As a full-time Christian author, mentor, and speaker, and through her own experience, Narda seeks to direct lives to find their purpose and destiny through ...
 
Classical music from the Heartland.This is the podcast you can play chess too, drink a fine wine and enjoy the good music. Mind stimulating music and activities. Want your kids' grades to go up??? Get them to listen to this podcast while doing their homework.
 
Musical Space is a look at all things music, by KMUW Music Commentator Mark Foley. Mark is Assistant Professor of Double Bass and Electric Bass, and Principal Double Bass in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He has been a featured soloist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He also has performed with the Rochester Philharmonic, the Heidelberg Castle Opera Festival, the Binghamton Symphony, the Minnesota Opera and also performs extensively as a jazz artist.
 
When ballet prodigy Misty Copeland first placed her hands on the barre at a Boys & Girls Club, no one expected the undersized, anxious 13-year-old to become a groundbreaking ballerina. Only the third African American soloist to dance with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, Misty has documented her journey in her new book, Life in Motion. Misty reads from her memoir and talks about her journey—from living in a motel with her family while learning to dance—to the highly publicized custod ...
 
Daniel is a passionate performer, teacher, and pedagogue, and specializes in the performance practice of 18th and 19th century guitar music. His teaching and research aim to revitalize the concept of being a well-rounded musician, with emphasis on musical ideas that can lead to deeper interpretive understanding, and tools for composing and improvising. Daniel constantly strives to promote guitar music that has not had the fortune of being widely performed, and his debut solo album Un Viaje M ...
 
Founded in 1962 the Grand Teton Music Festival brings musicians from renowned orchestras across the nation to share their talents and passion in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. During the seven-week festival held each summer, guests experience exhilarating classical music performances under the direction of world-famous Maestro Donald Runnicles in the acoustically acclaimed Walk Festival Hall. Both artists and guests return to the Grand Teton Music Festival year after year inspired by the m ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Welcome to My So-Called Opera Life, a podcast for opera singers by opera singers, where we work to connect, inform, inspire and empower musicians at all levels and stages of their career. Each episode, Elise and Marcelle will explore a piece of the never-ending puzzle of the so-called “opera life," through interviews with inspiring singers who are making the career work for them, as well as segments with practical information about how the business works, all to help you on your journey to s ...
 
The Storytellers: Behind the scenes at Powder Magazine, with appearances from the writers, photographers, and editors that make "The Skier's Magazine."About Powder: For 45 years, Powder, The Skier's Magazine, has been produced by and for those who embrace skiing, and is developed with a collective love of two things: good skiing and great storytelling. Since its inception in 1972, Powder has been based on authenticity and a respect for its readers—the most passionate, dedicated, and loyal in ...
 
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In the second part of the interview with Janusz Wawrowski we are discussing the steps you should take in order to become a great soloist. Janusz Wawrowski website: https://www.wawrowski.com My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/maksymfilatovBy Maksym Filatov
 
In July 2018, 12 youth soccer players and their coach found themselves trapped 6 miles deep in a cave with no food or water and depleting oxygen. The rock formed maze became almost completely submerged as the water rose to levels nearly impossible for survival. There was no light and no way to communicate with the outside world. The first season of…
 
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, Valerie and Jaiden head over to Karen's place to work on a demo for RhythMixx's first original song. Cast: - Dana Lexa (she/her, @AuthorX) as Valerie Pearce / Violence Violet - Tea (they/them, @Nonbinaritea) as Evangeline "Angie" Blake / Bane Raven - Drak (he/him, @Drakoniques) as Jaiden Lott / Elementum - Luca (he/they) a…
 
In the last part of our interview with Janusz Wawrowski we are talking about what the demands of nowadays for the violinist, what should you practice every day and how much you have to practice? Janusz Wawrowski website: https://www.wawrowski.com My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/maksymfilatov…
 
On this week’s podcast, I catch up with two formidable ladies in the fields of women’s health and sport. Stacy Sims, PhD is an expert in sex differences, and globally acclaimed for her research and TED Talk, ‘Women are Not Small Men’. She’s dedicated the last 20 years to educating women, and men, on the female body, and how it responds differently …
 
The legendary Broadway musical writing team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II produced their final show together, The Sound of Music , nine months before Hammerstein passed away of cancer. Yet throughout all the songs of the show, there’s a great sense of hope and optimism.By Debra Lew Harder
 
Fangirling Rupi is an easy thing to do. If not for her raw, intimate poetry, for the way she talks about the power of her friendships and platonic, familial love. It makes talking (and listening) to Rupi feel like you’ve been friends forever. As we ruminate life in lockdown – me in London, Rupi in Toronto – we talk about making sense of our identit…
 
It's Black History Month, and on WRTI we're looking closely at bandleader, composer, and pianist Duke Ellington , who wrote over 1,700 songs, as well as longer orchestral suites and film scores. In this interview from 2013, WRTI's Susan Lewis speaks with biographer and blogger Terry Teachout , author of Duke, A Life of Duke Ellington.…
 
In our anniversary episode of Violinist's Podcast we are talking about how does it feel to play Stradivari violin and what a value it has. Janusz Wawrowski website: https://www.wawrowski.com My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/maksymfilatovBy Maksym Filatov
 
Rollo Dilworth pours his heart into teaching, conducting, and writing music for choral singers—and the choral music world loves him back. Typically logging over 100,000 miles a year, he travels the world to conduct and work with choirs of all ages. In this TIME IN interview, he talks about how the shutdown has reinforced his purpose in life, to use…
 
Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee, moms and creators of The Pump and Dump Show, are bringing you a new podcast: Band of Mothers. With no topic off limits, the Band of Mothers podcast explores women’s lifestyle subjects with honest, hilarious and entertaining conversations through the lens of being a mom in today’s world. This is a podcast for every mom, b…
 
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, Queen Bee is invited to tour Crimson Signal HQ and brings Angie along as her plus one. Will our heroes uncover some dastardly corporate secrets? Or just a stunning lack of interior design sense? Cast: - Tea (they/them, @Nonbinaritea) as Evangeline "Angie" Blake / Bane Raven - Luca (he/they) as Queen Bee - ErynCerise (she/h…
 
In the new episode I am interviewing the best Estonian violinist of nowadays Arvo Leibur, where we are discussing about how violinist can prosper in the modern world and what happens, when country value own culture and developing it. You can contact Arvo by email: arvoleibur@gmail.com My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maksymfilatov Enjoy the ep…
 
On this week’s episode, I spoke to the incredible, inspiring Michaela DePrince. The epitome of poise and grace, Michaela is a dancer, author and War Child ambassador. She has overcome tremendous challenges over her lifetime, including grief, war, racism, bullying and more, all in the pursuit of what she calls ‘her soul’ – her passion for dance. Wha…
 
Enjoy the second part of the interview with Jukka Merjanen! We continue to discuss some very important topics, like a COVID impact on musicians and qualities which violinists should have to achieve a success. You can contact Jukka Merjanen by this email: jukka.merjanen@opera.fi Enjoy our interview, stay in tune and be healthy! My Facebook page: htt…
 
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, the Fort McNally Idol Club (minus Ann) reunites and begins to figure out where they go from here. Their plan results in the group's first encounter with the other major performance-based organization at their school: THE DRAMA CLUB (dun dun duuunnnn!). Cast: - Dana Lexa (she/her, @AuthorX) as Valerie Pearce / Violence Viol…
 
I am happy to have another brilliant Finnish violinist on our podcast: first concertmaster of the Finnish National Opera orchestra and part-time teacher of the Sibelius Academy. You can contact Jukka Merjanen by this email: jukka.merjanen@opera.fi Enjoy our interview, stay in tune and be healthy!By Maksym Filatov
 
(Originally published in 2016) . Even if you’re not familiar with the Broadway musical Carousel , you’re likely to have heard the uplifting message and melody of the song "You’ll Never Walk Alone." Its roots in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical extend far beyond the story of love and loss.By Meridee Duddleston
 
In the second part of interview with Georg Sarkisjan we are talking about differences between German and Latvian school and what an impact your instrument has on your playing. You can contact Georg by this email: info@rheinmusik.de Music shop Vivatas: https://vivatas.art Stay healthy, enjoy our episode and follow this channel for a new interesting …
 
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, Valerie takes Jaiden and Ann to check out the Stormlight in preparation for their upcoming gig. Little do they know that they're about to meet a hair-raising new idol (played by special guest Joel Ruiz!) CONTENT WARNING: Weird and potentially gross hair-related content throughout. Hair appears to come off of someone's head…
 
In this episode we are talking with first concertmaster of Latvian National Symphony Orchestra Georg Sarkisjan about whether musical world provides equal opportunities and why there's so many outstanding Latvian violinists as himself. You can contact Georg by this email: info@rheinmusik.de Follow my channel for the second part of the interview and …
 
A 1962 record of holiday music by The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Temple University Concert choir "went gold" in 1963 and continues to be sold today. WRTI’s Susan Lewis explores its ongoing appeal with violinist Herb Light, who played on the original recording of The Glorious Sound of Christmas.By Susan Lewis
 
Iman Habibi was one of several composers commissioned by The Philadelphia Orchestra as part of its 2020 celebration of Beethoven's 250th birthday. The young Iranian-Canadian composer wrote Jeder Baum spricht ( Every Tree Speaks ), which explores climate change, a subject about which Habibi believes Beethoven—as a lover of nature—would have had a lo…
 
In the second part of interview with Klaidi Sahatci, we are talking about how musicians should deal with uneasy times nowadays, how to work in the orchestra and other interesting things. Get more information about Klaidi and contact you can through his website: www.klaidisahatci.com Stay healthy and in tune! Follow this channel!…
 
In the first part of interview with Klaidi Sahatci, one of the most succesful and greatest violinist of nowadays, we are talking about his career and how to participate and win audition. Get more information about Klaidi and contact you can through his website: www.klaidisahatci.com Stay tuned and follow us!…
 
Warning: This episode covers difficult topics, which some listeners may find upsetting. These areas include sexual and physical abuse, child sexual abuse, addiction, the death of a child, police brutality and systemic racism. Please practice good self-care and listen at your own discretion. If you need additional support please visit our website at…
 
Today on SuperIdols! RPG, Allen and Angie run into each other at the mall and end up forced to kick some ice at a cool party put on by the frosty, flamboyant Zero Degrees (played by special guest Nathan Blades!) Cast: - Tea (they/them, @Nonbinaritea) as Evangeline "Angie" Blake / Bane Raven - Luca (he/they) as Queen Bee - ErynCerise (she/her, @eryn…
 
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