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Lifelong friends Katharine Dain and Sam Armstrong ended up quarantining together in Rotterdam for more time in 2020 than they anticipated. The result was a new album of music by Messaien, Debussy, Delbos, and Duitilleux. Buy it here >> https://lnk.to/KatharineDainRegardsSurLInfiniBy Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Riga-Jurmala Festival 2021 runs from 16 July - 29 August 2021. Tickets are on sale now and up until the end of 1 November 2020, are available at 30% off the usual sale price. Artists include Yuja Wang, King Singers, Chicago Symphony with Riccard Mutti, and the Concertgebouw with Daniel Harding. For more information visit www.riga-jurmala.com.…
 
Tenor Nicky Spence introduces the Blackheath Community Opera project for 2020 - a lockdown performance of Stravinsky's Rake's Progress. WATCH 7.30pm Saturday 3 October YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqPeoqlECLodpfPEeEWCFug FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/BlackheathHalls/By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Classical music documentary filmmaker John Bridcut's latest film celebrates the life of Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink. It's broadcast on the BBC on 26th September. In this podcast John Bridcut discusses his methodology and reflects on his experiences working with Haitink. This interview is also available in video format on the Thoroughly Good Fac…
 
Accompany Jon Jacob on a tour of Hatfield House at one of the first pre-recorded concert series in the UK post-COVID19 lockdown. The Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival started on Friday 11 September. Watch each concert on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL50aH6QSo6lv4YYC40wheDQjeO7FatuFz…
 
Jon Jacob talks to BBC Symphony Orchestra Principal Contrabassoonist Steve Magee about his lockdown arrangement of Eric Coates' classic wartime morale-boosting tune 'Calling All Workers'. Watch the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtxcSUNlKCwBy Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Timothy Henty produces at presents The Grounded Conductor series as part of the At Home with LMP lockdown. In this podcast he explores the reasons for making the series, and reveals insights into the opera production process, and the fascinating relationship between conductor and audio engineer. Discover the series on the At Home with LMP website.…
 
The first edition of podcast episode 88 was published in error. It was billed as conductor Timothy Henty but ended up being Ron Davis. For some subscribers that means they've missed out on hearing Timothy Henty (because they've unwittingly downloaded the incorrect file). So, the next file will necessarily be a 'repeat' publication of Timothy Henty.…
 
Timothy Henty produces at presents The Grounded Conductor series as part of the At Home with LMP lockdown. In this podcast he explores the reasons for making the series, and reveals insights into the opera production process, and the fascinating relationship between conductor and audio engineer. Discover the series on the At Home with LMP website.…
 
Cellist Ruth Phillips discusses the music of Handel, the playing of Andras Schiff and Armenian folk music ahead of the launch of The Exhale - an online retreat for professional and amateur musicians in search of an holistic approach to personal development and wellbeing. Sign up to the retreat that runs from 27 April - 10 May 2020 at www.the-exhale…
 
Principal horn at Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Peter Solomon has managed to do the unthinkable: fly home to New York for a holiday just as COVID19 broke out in China, then fly back from New York just as the virus broke out in the US. In this episode he brings the music of Bach, Brahms, Shostakovich and Strauss.…
 
Ruth Rogers is a violinist with the London Mozart Players contributing to the orchestra's LMP at Home series - a regularly updated collection of videos and playlists created for audiences and musicians alike in isolation. In this episode, she introduces three works that have supported her during the initial stages of the Coronavirus outbreak includ…
 
In this exclusive podcast hear BAFTA-award winning composer Paul Leonard-Morgan talk about his work with Philip Glass composing music for the new hotly-anticipated Amazon Prime series ‘Tales from the Loop’. A charming soundtrack, simply scored but deployed with devastating effect. Hear Paul discuss how he works in isolation from his glass-walled st…
 
Writer and 'punter' Adrian Ainsworth (@Adrian_Specs on Twitter) brings his musical selection to the Thoroughly Good Emergency Classical Music Podcast including Carolyn Sampson's latest release, Schubert's Ausflosung from Ian Bostridge, Kate Arnold's 'For Barely One In A Thousand' and Jo Quail's 'Mandrel Cantus'. Adrian has a new blog set up to supp…
 
Marta Gardolińska shares classical music works which have supported her during isolation and lockdown in Austria: Vaughan Williams' Lark Ascending, Strauss' Four Last Songs, and the symphonies of Bruckner - music that evokes a sense of freedom, acceptance, peace, and consolation.By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
There's a nasty bug about. A nasty economy-threatening bug that challenging all of us. At times like these we need to draw on the things that matter most: music. Fran Wilson and Jon Jacob talk about their reaction to events and the music that has supported them.By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Jules Buckley and the Heritage Orchestra appear as part of the 2020 Cheltenham Music Festival (3-12 July) of which Buckley is guest curator this year. In this podcast hear Buckley discuss his musical roots, why he thought the Ibiza Prom might bomb minutes before he went on stage, and how the club classics which made up that concert weren't necessar…
 
A special series of podcasts commissioned by the lovely people at Spitalfields Music celebrating the 2020 Festival. Edited highlights from the @SpitsMusic Festival Launch 2020 including CEO Sarah Gee, and composers Errollyn Wallen and Edmund Finnis. Plus, exclusive live performances from the Dunedin Consort.…
 
Recorded at Ham Yard Hotel in February 2020, Susan Bullock discusses her career playing Elektra, ahead of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra performances of Strauss' revenge-ridden opera of the same name in Poole Lighthouse and Birmingham Symphony Hall.By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Miloš latest album of guitar music features Katherine Tinker and Jess Gillam on a variety of classical interpretations of iconic pop tunes. And it works well. Miloš shared his thoughts on playing, the industry, and the supposed shame of admitting to burnout in this podcast recorded at The Treehouse Hotel in London.…
 
Carlos Cipa visited London in September 2019 for a one-off concert and to promo his new album of experimental soundscapes Retronyms. Since then he's also released Retronyms B-Side Collection - three tracks reworking the improvisation-driven compositions from the August release.By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
Maxim Vengerov celebrates 40 years performing on stages across the world with a special one-off concert at the Royal Albert Hall on 12 June 2019 with Martha Argerich and Mischa Maisky. He's also teaming up with streaming service IDAGIO to release exclusive recordings on their label (listen to the podcast to get a discount code for signing up to IDA…
 
Violinist Nicola Benedetti is one of the world's leading advocates for quality music education - an ambassador whose passion for her role is evident in what she says and what she does. This podcast features an interview with her about the Benedetti Foundation, plus excerpts from sessions for primary school children run in London.…
 
Conductor and harpsichordist Christophe Rousset discusses the writing of composer Lully following a performance of 'Isis' given at Opera Royal in the Palace of Versailles on Tuesday 10 December. Read a synopsis of the opera on the Les Talens Lyriques website. A recording of the opera made by Les Talens Lyriques is available on Spotify or to purchas…
 
Easy well-matched conversation with someone who thrives on self-deprecation, draws on NLP tools and techniques when she talks, and whose approach to digital storytelling chimes with my own. Earlier this week a new colleague reinforced a perspective I’ve held (but not really articulated much) he learned by being in a lift with a broadcaster. Joyful …
 
Overlook the mis-pronunciation of the marvellous Roxanna Panufnik's name in the recorded introduction to this podcast. The important stuff is what follows. Roxanna is warm, open, and generous in her contributions, at ease recalling her formative years as she is responding to my frequent 'ums' and 'ahs'. Thanks for supporting the podcast. You really…
 
Annelien Van Wauwe's new album on Pentatone features music from the late 19th century Belle Epoque - the 'beautiful era' - and includes works by Debussy, Brahms, Widor and Pierne. In this podcast Annelien discusses her relationship with the music and her approach to playing, practicing and teaching.By Thoroughly Good Podcast
 
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