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The most popular classical music broadcast in the world is proudly Sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota Florida and Uber. Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Mercury, and countless independent labels use our show to promote new artists and new album releases. Debuting your album on our podcast guarantees your music will be heard on: Podomatic, Vurbl, Amazon Music, Audible, Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, iHeartRadio, Audacy, Google Podcasts, Gaana, Boomplay, an ...
 
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CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast

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CMS Inside Chamber Music Podcast

Bruce Adolphe: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's Resident Lectu

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Join Bruce Adolphe, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's Resident Lecturer, for investigations and insights into chamber music masterworks. Beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance, we dig into the ICM lecture recording archive to share our favorite lectures with you.
 
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Soundweavers

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Soundweavers

Chamber Music & Jazz Conversations

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A bi-weekly podcast, Soundweavers explores the triumphs and tribulations of the chamber music community through conversations with emerging and established performers, composers, and educators. Through dialogue with guest artists and ensembles, we delve into what it means to present contemporary and traditional classical, jazz, and folk music in today’s ever-shifting gig economy.
 
Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.
 
Hosted by Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the Chamber of Musical Curiosities is a podcast exploring the world in and around Musica Viva Australia. This season features an eclectic range of guests in conversation with Paul Kildea, as both parties reflect upon creativity, their career, and their passion for chamber music. Australian linguist and musicologist Malcolm Gillies, violinist Wilma Smith, writer and broadcaster Jane Caro, and actor and theatre director John Bell all feature.
 
Wednesdays at 3:00 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 ...
 
A Podcast/Talk Show recorded live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch talking about a wide range of topics and opinions from different points of views. A Man Cave podcast for everyone to enjoy and relate to. Real Talk for Real People. Anybody can these jokes. We have guests who showcase their work and talk about their journey. Hosted By Darius DC Chambers, Chris Fury and Courtney D.
 
Ensemble Offspring's Artistic Director Claire Edwardes chats to the musical mavericks and pioneers from close to home and across the globe. Often perceived as the outcasts in the world of classical music, it is these people who have brought much needed diversity to our musical landscape. In these punchy and upbeat interviews Claire finds out what makes her guests tick, asking them about their roots, inspiration to do things differently and innovative plans for the future.
 
Chamber Music America, the national network for ensemble music professionals, develops, supports, and strengthens the chamber music field. With a membership of nearly 6,000, including musicians, ensembles, presenters, artist managers, educators, music businesses, and advocates of ensemble music, CMA welcomes members representing a wide range of musical styles and traditions. CMA Talks series receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affai ...
 
Narrative interview podcast that investigates how culture and diversity impact the world of chamber music. The Whole Note: Voices of Chamber podcast wishes to explore more about chamber groups’ stories, unique experiences, heritages, struggles, and their accomplishments, all of which connect to the importance of education and community.
 
For the past 10 years Art of Élan has been pioneering unique chamber music events and bringing the excitement of classical music to diverse audiences. Created by violinist Kate Hatmaker and flutist Demarre McGill, Art of Élan is continually expanding the scope of classical music in San Diego through innovative, one-hour programming in unique performance venues. This podcast offers in-depth views into the composers and their compositions which Art of Élan is continually presenting to add vigo ...
 
Songfacts, which has been bringing you the stories behind the songs since 1999, now has a podcast. On the not-so-cleverly named Songfacts Podcast, our cheeky host Corey O'Flanagan speaks with songwriters and other music makers to learn about their own songs (which they often perform on the show) and explore the music that influenced them.On this fun and enlightening musical journey, you'll discover new songs across a range of genres and take a deep dive into some you know - how they're struc ...
 
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Chatter Vox

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Chatter Vox

Vox Chamber Choir & Franco Prinsloo

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Chatter Vox is the official podcast of Vox Chamber Choir. The choir was founded in 2017 by composer, Franco Prinsloo, as an instrument for showcasing his choral compositions. The choir has since grown into a semi-professional choir renowned for its recordings and cutting edge live performances. The podcast features fascinating discussions about concerts, collaborating artists, debut performances and recordings. Our guests will include poets, fine artists, performance artists, filmakers, musi ...
 
WHRO arts and culture reporter Rebecca Weinstein brings you a fresh, exciting take on our vibrant local arts scene. A seasoned writer and classically trained soprano with a commitment to expanding audiences for the arts, she grew up and discovered her love of the performing arts in the Hampton Roads area, studied music at the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, and honed her arts writing skills while living and working in the Washington, D.C. area. Rebecca is your friendly, knowle ...
 
A place for artists and entrepreneurs to build the elite skills you need to live the life you want. It's not about what winners do, it's about who they become. Learn the secrets that successful people know, but nobody will teach you in school. Come here for weekly inspiration, motivation and coaching so you can start living your life without compromise.
 
An audio guide to the world’s strange, incredible, and wondrous places. Co-founder Dylan Thuras and a neighborhood of Atlas Obscura reporters explore a new wonder every day, Monday through Thursday. In under 15 minutes, they’ll take you to an incredible place, and along the way, you’ll meet some fascinating people and hear their stories. Our theme and end credit music is composed by Sam Tyndall.
 
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Deep Dive

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Deep Dive

String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam / Strijkkwartet Biënnale Amsterdam

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Each Deep Dive episode is a sixteen-minute encounter with one of the 2022 String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam festival guests. Take a dive with us, deep into the mind of composers and string quartet musicians. All Deep Dives are part of Radio SQBA - the live festival radio of the 2022 String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam.
 
Imaginary Worlds sounds like what would happen if NPR went to ComicCon and decided that’s all they ever wanted to cover. Host Eric Molinsky spent over a decade working as a public radio reporter and producer, and he uses those skills to create thoughtful, sound-rich episodes about science fiction, fantasy, and other genres of speculative fiction. Every other week, he talks with comic book artists, game designers, novelists, screenwriters, filmmakers, and fans about how they craft their world ...
 
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You know how some musicians seem to be almost "psychic" in their ability to play together and be totally in sync with one another? Ever wonder how they do this? Is it just experience, or something else? A couple imagery studies provide some intriguing clues on what they might be doing, that facilitates next-level ensemble coordination. How Mental I…
 
Cutthroat Business is joined by Kevin Bailey, President and CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center (INC). Kevin shares his background with us (4:15), as well as the mission of the INC (10:00). He shares the economic impact that nonprofit organizations have in Idaho (10:00) and the four key ways that INC strengthens its membership. We hear about the Idah…
 
UK-based Australian composer, artist, and writer/broadcaster Julian day talks about reconsidering classical music traditions, interactive music and his studies overseas. Julian Day treats sound as a powerful socio-political agent. Since 2007 they have co-facilitated Super Critical Mass, a radically inclusive orchestra project in which temporary com…
 
Emerging flautist, educator and researcher Eliza Shephard talks about growing up regionally, the extended flute, her bold recording project and being Ensemble Offspring’s 2022 Hatched Associate Artist. Eliza Shephard is a vibrant performer and fervent contemporary musician in Melbourne. She is a specialist on the Glissando Headjoint, and a highly s…
 
Symphony No. 86 in D major (1786) Symphony No. 87 in A major (1786) Symphony No. 88 in G major (1787) Symphony No. 89 in F major (1787) Symphony No. 90 in C major (1788) Sylvia Wagner - conductor CMD German Opera Company of Berlin Purchase the music (without talk) at: Haydn: Symphonies 86 - 90 (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support o…
 
Anecdotally at least, fear of memory slips seems to come up more often for pianists than for some other instruments. Is this because of how many notes they have? Or is there something else about the instrument itself that contributes to an increased risk of memory slips in performance (unless one adjusts their practice habits to account for this)? …
 
Hippolyte et Aricie (Hippolytus and Aricia) was the first opera by Jean-Philippe Rameau. It was premiered to great controversy by the Académie Royale de Musique at its theatre in the Palais-Royal in Paris on October 1, 1733. The French libretto, by Abbé Simon-Joseph Pellegrin, is based on Racine's tragedy Phèdre. The opera takes the traditional for…
 
Albert Camus' 1947 novel, The Plague, is a powerful evocation of a city at the mercy of a pandemic, where suffering and fear are tempered by acts of courage and selflessness. Purchase the music (without talk) at: All of Us (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica Internati…
 
In this podcast: 1. Alex McCartney, 2. Poeticall Musicke, 3. Trio Dafne, 4. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 5. Ensemble Carpe Diem, 6. Ensemble Mirable, 7. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 8. Alex McCartney, 9. Ernst Stolz, 10. Pellingmans' Saraband, 11. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 12. Poeticall Musicke, 13. Wildcat Viols, 14. Alex McCartney, 15. Music for a W…
 
The Dutch pianist brothers, Lucas and Arthur Jussen, turn to the music of their beloved homeland and unearth 7 Dutch composers' works. Purchase the music (without talk) at: Dutch Masters (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber…
 
Episode 125 of The JamBase Podcast, a partner of the Osiris Media Network, features an interview with Tank and the Bangas. JamBase’s Scott Bernstein interviewed the band about their new album, Red Balloon, that arrives tomorrow via Verve Forecast, and much more. Bernstein recently caught up with frontwoman Tarriona “Tank” Ball, multi-instrumentalis…
 
The Turning Year allows the listener to step through Roger Eno’s looking-glass, filled as it is with free-flowing, affecting compositions. A blend of recent compositions and live favorites from Eno’s concert repertoire, the album offers a comprehensive presentation of Roger’s solo work. “The Turning Year is like a collection of short stories or pho…
 
For the last 30 years, the real world has been catching up to Neal Stephenson’s vision of the future in his 1992 novel Snow Crash, which influenced the creators of Google Earth, Second Life, Oculus Rift and more. Now the centerpiece of the novel, a virtual world called The Metaverse, may become a daily part of our lives thanks to Facebook (renamed …
 
Yuja Wang, Verbier Festival Orchestra Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25 Mendelssohn: Piano Sextet in D Major, Op. 110 Purchase the music (without talk) at: Yuja Wang Plays Mendelssohn (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music F…
 
Composer Nina Shekhar joins us to chat about her work exploring identity, vulnerability, love, and laughter in her work and her process for exploring such complex aspects of humanity in seemingly mundane experiences, such as the car horns on the streets of India. We talk about how she approaches the business side of a professional career in composi…
 
Thousands of years ago, a young woman named Ko-kwal-alwoot crouched over a set of tide pools, looked into the water, and saw a face looking back at her that wasn’t her own. Today, her descendants are still telling the story of what happened next. Read more in the Atlas: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-maiden-of-deception-pass Learn more abo…
 
Tesla Rhapsody is composed for solo piano and symphony orchestra combining elements of classical music, folklore, jazz & blues. It is a multilayered rhapsodic piano structure with distinguished melodies interwoven from Tesla’s heritage. The beginning is inspired by Byzantine chants and church bells reflecting the sounds of his childhood. This is au…
 
This recently recorded 4-track EP is Erland’s second collaboration with the renowned vocal ensemble, Shards. It will be accompanied by a video capturing an evening of the recording at Erland’s London studio, shot by long-time collaborator Alex Kozobolis. Track Listing: 1 Glimro 2 Lisbealad 3 Tullimentan 4 Glimro - Poem Version feat. Uele Lamore Pur…
 
Treasured Australian-American soprano and composer Jane Sheldon talks about transitioning from performer to composer and NOT composing a masterpiece. As both soprano and composer, Jane Sheldon creates and performs exploratory chamber music, and has established an international reputation for highly specialised contemporary opera and art music for v…
 
Berlin violinist, performer and music mediator Daniella Strasfogel talks about musical identities, music for children and international new music trends. Through her years of development as an artist, Daniella has consistently sought to deepen her understanding of her body as a vessel for interpretation, through the instrument and the voice as well…
 
Support Night Clerk Radio on Patreon Climatewave is a subgenre of vaporwave that focuses on using samples from broadcasts of weather news and forecasts. We’ve previously discussed climatewave in the context of The Weather Channel, but in this episode we’re branching out to explore European and Japanese-based climatewave. Music Discussed Teletexto e…
 
Cutthroat Business is joined by Earl Sullivan, Founder and Head Winemaker at Telaya Wine. Earl visits with us about his background (2:27), and his journey from biochemistry to winemaking. He talks about his 5 core values in family and business life (8:27), and his philosophy on customer service (11:23). We ask him why he started a winery in Idaho (…
 
In this "out of print" album, Pierre Boulez conducts the New York Philharmonic. Schonberg: Verklarte Nacht Berg: Lyric Suite Purchase the music (without talk) at: Boulez Conducts Schonberg and Berg (classicalsavings.com) Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festiv…
 
In this podcast: 1. Aryeh Frankfurter, 2. Nightfall Project, 3. Andrew Jilin, 4. Tilopa, 5. Aryeh Frankfurter, 6. Lisa Lynne and George Tortorelli, 7. Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne, 8. Shira Kammen, 9. Suchitra Lata, 10. Da Camera, 11. Tim Rayborn, 12. The Headroom Project, 13. Hans Christian, 14. Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne…
 
Americian fiddler Liz Knowles has been a prominent member of the Irish music scene worldwide for several decades. She’s been working with Cherish the Ladies, String Sisters and Martin Hayes Quartet, just to mention a few. In addition to being a performer she is also a sought-after teacher, and it's her thoughts about practicing music that is the th…
 
Memory slips can be a scary thing and a major cause of anxiety on stage. But it's not a skill that we tend to think of much in our daily practice... We know from previous research that mental practice plus physical practice leads to better learning than physical practice alone. Could the same thing be true for memory too? Like, could substituting a…
 
Pigmalion is an opera in the form of a one-act acte de ballet by Jean-Philippe Rameau first performed on 27 August 1748 at the Opéra in Paris. The libretto is by Ballot de Sauvot. This work has generally been regarded as the best of Rameau's one-act pieces. He was said to have composed the work in eight days. Purchase the music (without talk) at: R…
 
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