show episodes
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone, whether you are just getting interested in classical music for the first time, or if you've been listening to it and loving it all your life. Interviews with great artists, in depth looks at pieces in the repertoire, and both basic and deep dives into every era of music. Classical music is absolutely for everyone, so let's start listening! Note - Seasons 1-5 will be returning over the next year. They have been taken down in order to be ...
 
o
omo

1
omo

Rozie DeLoach & Chris Jacoby

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
We cover the lives of violin makers, their best parts and worst parts, yesterday and today. Historical stories, interviews with experts and makers in the field. Omobono Stradivari was the least liked son of his father, Antonio, he was remembered in Antonio's will as a screw up. He is our north star. We are all part of this. We all belong exactly here.
 
* Back with new episodes October 2021!* Violin Class is a podcast for the non-professional violinist and violin enthusiast. Join me to learn what you should know about the instrument, technique tips, practicing, the repertoire, and history of the violin, from the perspective of a professional violinist and violin teacher. Hosted by Julia Reddy, www.juliareddy.com; instagram: @juliareddymusic; contact: violinclasspod@gmail.com
 
Toronto AUSGANG resident DJ. Follow on FB and Instagram @AUSGANGCOLLECTIVE Upcoming 2021 gig dates: August 14 - Love Child Social House - REVIVE September 30 - Parlour open to close Chasins Arman is a Toronto based DJ and producer in the deep and progressive house sound. After being classically trained in violin by a musical family from a young age, Arman later picked up electric guitar and drums, and eventually got interested in music production. Arman has been passionate about electronic m ...
 
Do you help a young musician in your life practice? Are you a teacher that works with young musicians? Hosted by Christine Goodner, an experienced violin and early childhood music teacher. and author of Beyond the Music Lesson & Positive Practice, resources all about how to help families make music practice at home more effective with less conflict. TIME TO PRACTICE will bring you weekly conversations with performers, teachers, and students that will help, encourage and support you as you su ...
 
Interviews with marketing experts, celebrities, and music supervisors in the music, film, and commercial industries; a mix of the newest music and talks with famous artists and film music power brokers having critical discussions about promotion and publicity for all levels of art and music. Noel’s goal is to encourage the expansion of music writing and film music editing across genres and mediums.
 
Sian is a British diplomat who plays the violin, rides a bicycle and likes skiing up hills. She is the UK Ambassador in Belgrade and has also lived and worked in Moscow, Vienna, Prague, Vilnius and The Hague. These are some of her thoughts about diplomacy, diplomatic life and diplomats.
 
You used to play music. Or you’ve always wanted to. Either way, you’re not making music now! And to be honest, you kind of wish you were. In short weekly episodes, host Cole MacKinnon discusses songwriting, creativity, and what it's like getting back into music-making after years away.
 
“Speaking of Gandhi” is a podcast presented by the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Foundation, Inc. in Washington, DC and the Director of the Gandhi Memorial Center, Srimati Karuna. Each episode will highlight messages from Mahatma Gandhi with reflection on his speeches, writings and actions throughout his life (1869-1948). Music of “Vaishnavajanato” arranged by Samia Mahbub Ahmad (vocal) and Jeffrey H. Bauer (piano), with Debu Nayak (tabla), Pam Broene (flute), Anthony Hyatt (violin) and Tony Vento ...
 
B
Bright Side

1
Bright Side

TheSoul Publishing

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily+
 
Whether you’re into useful tips for self-improvement, psychology, recent discoveries, mysterious stories, or just your day-to-day routine, there’s something for everyone! You can expect all that and more coming at you in five new episodes every day. If you’ve got a thirst for knowledge that never quits, then join our community! We have a good time, so take your shoes off, kick back, and make yourself at home here on the Bright Side of life!
 
You really ought to know about Silverbell Smith, for when she closes her eyes she hears music. Now this is odd you see because Silverbell Smith lives in a world where music does not exist. Or at least that is what the Governing Governor says. Music is a Myth. Myths are like lies. Lying is bad. Everyone seems to believe what the Governing Governor says, except of course for Silverbell Smith. She knows better, for not only does she hear music in her head when she closes her eyes, but she is al ...
 
Introductions is WFMT’s weekly Saturday morning program that features talented pre-college classical musicians in the Chicago area. Soloists and chamber ensembles perform live in WFMT’s Levin Performance Studio. Large ensembles, including orchestras, choirs, and bands, are recorded at their home venues and broadcast at later dates. The program also features youth music competition winners. While many students who appear on Introductions pursue other careers, some have gone on to study music ...
 
B
Beyond Blathers

1
Beyond Blathers

Olivia deBourcier & Sofia Osborne

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
The podcast where we dive deeper into the insects, fish, and fossils you can find in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Hosted and produced by Olivia deBourcier and Sofia Osborne, with art by Olivia deBourcier and music by Max Hoosier. This podcast is not associated with Animal Crossing or Nintendo, we just love this game! @beyondblathers on Instagram and Twitter, email: beyondblathers@gmail.com.
 
M
MikeyPod

1
MikeyPod

Michael Harren

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Known for finding and showcasing talented, yet to be discovered artists and creators, Michael Harren’s podcast, MikeyPod, takes the listener on inspiring journeys of true—and often remarkable—stories of the courage, passion, and struggles many have faced while bringing their visions to life. In production since 2005, MikeyPod invites you to pour a warm drink, grab a notebook (in case inspiration strikes!), curl up with your favorite blanket or four- legged family member, and prepare to be mo ...
 
Patton Oswalt & Meredith Salenger are a married couple who, despite living in the same house, text each other more than people who live on opposite ends of the country. This weekly podcast is their chance to sit down together, go through their texts, and bat around everything that’s been on their minds — parenthood, career, pop culture, news, philosophy and snack foods. And you get to listen in!
 
Loading …
show series
 
Violinist Tianwa Yang marks her fifteenth year as one of Naxos’ leading artists with a new album featuring Prokofiev’s two violin concertos. The works’ stylistic contrasts reflect the fact that they were written some twenty years apart, but they receive the same scrupulous attention to technical and musical details that hallmark every one of Tianwa…
 
For this week's Gramophone Podcast Editor Martin Cullingford is joined by the acclaimed violinist and conductor Fabio Biondi to talk about the complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by JS Bach, which he has just recorded for the Naïve label. This week's Gramophone Podcast is in association with Leipzig – the City of Music.…
 
Violinist Tianwa Yang marks her fifteenth year as one of Naxos’ leading artists with a new album featuring Prokofiev’s two violin concertos. The works’ stylistic contrasts reflect the fact that they were written some twenty years apart, but they receive the same scrupulous attention to technical and musical details that hallmark every one of Tianwa…
 
How much do Stradivarius violins cost? They are said to be among the best violins in the world. Even if you’re not a musician, chances are you’ve heard the name Stradivarius. Many violinists dream of getting a chance to play an instrument made by the greatest violin maker of all time. But why are they so expensive? Researchers have tried to learn t…
 
We learn about Milwaukee’s affordable housing landscape and why the shortage has been decades in the making. Then, learn about the history of the Brown Berets in Milwaukee and how the local chapter re-grouped in response to a rise of hate groups. Plus, hear from a member of Diverse and Resilient about the work they’re doing to achieve health equity…
 
Long before the dawn of social media influencers, Geoffrey John Davies decided to try out a new website called YouTube to share his love for music and all things violin. Well over a decade later, The Violin Channel has become the worlds #1 classical music news service. On today’s podcast, I talk with Geoffrey about this idea that dramatically chang…
 
The great Jascha Heifetz performs: Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor Fritz Reiner conducts the Chicago Symphony Charles Munch conducts the Boston Symphony Purchase the music (without talk) at: http://www.classicalsavings.com/store/p1400/The_World%27s_Most_Favorite_Violin_Concertos.html Your purchase helps to …
 
Contributing Correspondent Lizzie Wade joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss fossilized footprints left on a lake shore in North America sometime before the end of Last Glacial Maximum—possibly the earliest evidence for humans on the continent. Read the research. Next, Paolo Cherubini, a senior scientist in the dendrosciences research group at the Swi…
 
French-American pianist Julia Den Boer today releases her second album, Kermès, on New Focus Recordings. The album's four stunning works by experimental female composers include Giulia Lorusso’s Déserts, Linda Catlin Smith’s The Underfolding, Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s Reminiscence, and Rebecca Saunders’ Crimson. Kermès Track List 1. Giulia Lorusso — D…
 
If you've ever had to take a plane somewhere, you probably know how it feels to have your flight delayed by several hours. But imagine being stuck at the airport for a whopping 18 years! Well, one man didn’t have to imagine at all because that’s exactly what happened to him… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
There're thousands of satellites flying around our planet and collecting different kinds of data. One of such satellites documented strange red glow surrounding the entire Earth. What was it? The thing is that such glow doesn't only come from our planet. It's also present in some distant Nebulas. Let's explore this strange and fascinating phenomeno…
 
What's the coolest thing about space? Well, that you can never get tired of it or fully explore it! Space is endless and so are facts about it! Distant planets, unusual space phenomena, black holes, unexplored constellations. Something great is happening in space every second!... Let's take a look at it right now. Space marathon's on! Learn more ab…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello get into the spooky season and share some memorable Halloween costumes; filmmakers Cristina Costantini & Kareem Tabsch reveal the man behind the cape in their Netflix documentary Mucho Mucho Amor about famed Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado; and singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell takes us to the …
 
What are those white lines on your smartphone? How do you separate yolks from whites with an empty plastic bottle? And how can duct tape help you to open tough lids? There're so many objects surrounding us we know very little about. And the more we know, the more useful these items can be. Let's take a look at the most unusual secrets hidden in eve…
 
When it comes to space exploration, there's no limit to the human desire to see all the planets and places there, as fast as possible. Is it possible to travel in space at the speed of light? One NASA engineer claims to have invented a new rocket engine that can reach 99% of the speed of light. A rocket traveling at such speed could reach Mars in l…
 
Beautiful minimalistic music to relax and enjoy the beauties around you. Composed by Erland Cooper and Kathryn Joseph Tracklisting: A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever Its Loveliness Increases It Will Never Pass Into Nothingness But Still Will Keep a Bower Quiet for Us And a Sleep Full of Sweet Dreams And Health and Quiet Breathing Watch Erland's Yo…
 
Ice Age 2.0 happening in the XXI century, but even harsher than before... What if all water on Earth became frozen in an instant? All the rivers, lakes, even the oceans turn into solid ice, there's an icicle in your tap instead of running water. It would lead to water supply collapse, blocking or cargo supplies... what else? Let's see what else it'…
 
Mozart, they say, could compose music while he was playing billiards. Rossini wrote that he had once composed an overture while standing in the water fishing and listening to his fishing partner discuss Spanish finance. Prokofiev and other composers were known to carry notebooks with them so that they could jot down musical ideas that came to them …
 
Our Solar System is a pretty bizarre place and astronomers still haven't managed to explain all of the strangest phenomena happening there! But what if there's a system just like ours somewhere in space? With planets that resemble some of the ones present in our Solar System and a star almost identical to our Sun... Could there be life? Learn more …
 
One of the biggest fears here on Earth is that our planet gets hit by some huge asteroid. But what if I tell you that one particular planet in our Solar System gets hit by dozens of pretty big objects every year. Why does Jupiter experience impacts more often than other planets? Let's see if it has something to do with gravity or size... Learn more…
 
What do we know about Mars? Mars the fourth planet from the Sun, it's smaller than Earth, has weak gravity and it's red. Or is it? A photo has been released showing an area cover by the sea of sand dunes on Mars. They look absolutely stunning but leave us with many questions. What are those dunes and why are they blue? Learn more about your ad choi…
 
We learn about a tool that can help connect Black and LatinX youth in Milwaukee to education and job resources. Then, highlight some films to see this weekend at the sixth annual Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival. We learn about the Festival City Symphony’s upcoming season. Plus, a new documentary tells the story of a fighter pilot downed over Italy, …
 
Space is full of unexplained phenomena, strange things happening and stuff we still fail to explain. One of the recent things that left astronomers with more questions that answers were strange signals coming right from Proxima Centauri. Those signals fit no currently understood pattern of radio sources and now the main question is, what they actua…
 
Many of us enjoy flying by plane: that exciting feeling on being high in the sky, on your way to some destination. Isn't it the best part of a journey? But very often it gets spoiled but the uncomfortable airplane seat you find yourself in for many hours. Are airlines just trying to pack more and more people, thus making the seats smaller and more …
 
Bouvet is an uninhabited frozen isle halfway between South Africa and Antarctica. It's the most remote island in the world and is really difficult to set foot on. It's surrounded by glacial cliffs and the best way to reach it is actually by a helicopter to land directly on its icy surface. Let's head on a journey right to this exciting place! Learn…
 
In 1956, Dmitri Shostakovich wrote: “I am now writing my 11th symphony, dedicated to the First Russian Revolution...I would like in this work to reflect the soul of the people who first paved the way to socialism.” Soviet loyalists were thrilled with the piece, but his friends were disappointed at this seemingly blatant act of propaganda. But quick…
 
A billboard with the words “You Are Loved” over a progress rainbow flag and superimposed with flowers went up in Madison, Wisconsin this past summer. Designed by Madison-based transgender, nonbinary artist Rae Senarighi, it was originally intended to just be up in June for Pride month, but a grassroots campaign has turned it into so much more.…
 
Whether you are a sci-fi fan, an astronomer or a space enthusiast, you might have wondered, how much you would weigh on different planets. Would you be lighter on Mars? Or Jupiter? Weight is the force gravity exerts on an object, so it's logical that you'll have different weight on planets with different gravity. Let's see how heavy we'll be on oth…
 
Scientists make unexpected discoveries every single day: unexplained phenomena, new animal species, submerged continents... There have long been speculations of a "lost continent" underwater, hidden somewhere in the ocean. But it turns out, scientists have found traces of it, even its tip. What could this discovery mean? And could there be more con…
 
Could there be life outside planet Earth? We're dreaming of finding traces of life in space but what if we could colonize other planets of our Solar System and live there? Time runs slower on some of the planets and faster on others. So how would it affect your life span? Let's see how long you'd live for on each of the planets. Learn more about yo…
 
It's always assumed that Queen bees manage the hive just like monarchs do: order working bees about and lay eggs. But what if you meet Queen bee and she stings you? One of the first things you might notice is that they're able to sting you multiple times! And Queen Bee will keep on living and completing her royal task after that. Would such a sting…
 
There are massive telescopes that look far out into the cosmos, giant particle accelerators looking for ever tinier signals, gargantuan gravitational wave detectors that span kilometers of Earth—what about soil science? Where’s the big science project on deep soil? It’s coming soon. Staff Writer Erik Stokstad talks with host Sarah Crespi about plan…
 
We look at the budget proposals for Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee and learn exactly how they’re using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. Then, speak with the artist behind the “You Are Loved” pride billboards which originated in Wisconsin and have spread to other states. Plus, we learn how a sound-proof arena is making it easier …
 
The Philadelphia Orchestra and its Music Director, Yannick Nézet-Séguin release their latest album Florence Price: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3 to celebrate the achievements of Florence Price in surmounting systemic barriers of African-Americans and women in classical music. Price came to prominence almost ninety years ago. The composer’s Symphony No. 1 w…
 
ARC Ensemble – Chamber Works by Dmitri Klebanov (Chandos) Jump to giveaway form “It is very interesting that every composer tells a different story of overcoming difficulties,” said Simon Wynberg, who is the artistic director for the Arc Ensemble. “It’s about planting a flag in the ground and producing marvelous work. It's a really exciting kind of…
 
We speak with a reporter from the Wisconsin Watch about a recent report on police being called on students in Wisconsin at twice the national rate. We learn about the mental health challenges young people are facing at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake and what kind of treatment is available. We tell you about 529 saving plans and how they can help you…
 
Do you have good manners? They are as diverse as the people who show them. There are numerous etiquette rules, and many are only applicable in certain countries. Thus, Eskimo people rub noses when they greet each other, the Japanese always take their shoes off before entering a house, and Thai citizens will never show their shoe soles — it’s consid…
 
Why do we say “OK”? It’s hard to believe there was ever a time when some words didn’t exist. Had you been around before 1839, for instance, you wouldn’t have had a clue what OK means because OK wasn’t a thing yet! It's easily one of the most widely-used expressions around the world. It isn’t confined to one region, language, or even purpose! You us…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login