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Award winning singer, music editorial photographer and you tuber Manny Cabo as seen on NBC’s “The Voice” and NBC / Telemundo’s “La Voz” will share advice, strategies and above all inspiration from his musical journeys along with other entertainment professionals that he has collaborated with along the way to assist fellow artists in building their brands and succeeding in this crazy world we call “The Entertainment Industry.” - "Live To Inspire"
 
I love teaching music to kids! I am a certified Orff Schulwerk teacher and plan to share lessons about singing, playing instruments, recorder technique, creative movement, improvisation, guided listening, and other techniques that will help you teach music better! Find more information and ideas on my blog: www.MakeMomentsMatter.org
 
Beyond the Music Lesson is an interview style podcast about learning music, teaching music, and parenting music students. Hosts Abigail Peterson and Christine Goodner share from their own experiences growing up learning music, as teachers, and as parents and each episode also features an interview with an expert to help share useful tips and information with listeners. Listen weekly for inspiration!
 
The Best Music Podcast with Dan Spencer! Dan breaks down the secrets, tips, and tricks of top musicians, performers, composers, teachers, students, and music industry insiders! Every episode we will meet a professional from the music industry, learn about their field or fields of expertise, and understand what drives, and sustains their creativity and ability to perform so you can apply their success to your music, and your life.
 
Choir Baton is a podcast designed to engage people in stories, ideas, and inspiration stemming from their life and choir. Join your host, Beth Philemon, as she interviews singers, teacher conductors, instrumentalists, composers, and community members. What is so special about a group of people joining together with their voices? What is a choir? How are choirs unique in comparison to other areas of our lives? Why do people sing and what defines a good singer? Together we’ll ask questions and ...
 
The Crossing The Break Podcast discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching clarinet at the beginning and intermediate levels. We will cover aspects of playing clarinet including tone, embouchure, hand position, tonguing, technique, range, fingerings, tuning and other clarinet-specific items. These ideas can be applied to beginning clarinet class, beginning band, intermediate or advanced clarinetists, and in an individual or group setting. The host of this podcast is Tamarie Sayger. A 1999 music ...
 
On this show, we interview experts who help children to develop their talents. These experts can be in music, arts education, sports or an academic teacher. Basically, anyone who works regularly with children or develops programs for them. On this show, we are looking to share the strategies, secrets, and processes that these experts use every day to help kids become great.
 
Recording A Cappella: Inspiring interviews with the world's most incredible a cappella producers, arrangers, engineers, and luminaries! Our guests share how they started in a cappella, how they've grown and evolved, lessons they've learned, failures and successes they've had, recording practices they implement, how they stay motivated and ultimately what makes that fire inside of them burn!
 
Presented by ASME (SA Chapter), this podcast is for educators working both in general classrooms and specialist music classrooms. Music Loop aims to inspire and support educators to ‘level up’ their knowledge and understanding of music education and take that learning back to their classroom. Episodes include interviews with those who actively work in the field and explore what works for them ... offering insight into their careers, classrooms and teaching practices and presenting strategies ...
 
The Band Director Blueprint, hosted by Taylor Smith and Eric Villalobos, will spotlight music educators from across the country on short helpful tips on building music programs, as well as long form interviews/discussions on topics presented by you the viewer. The goal of the podcast is to create authentic and insightful discussions on topics that directly relate and provide value to students currently in music education programs, credential students, first year teachers, veteran music educa ...
 
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This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 9/20/21. This week I shared my K-2 lesson plans for week five with a focus on lesson adaptation and tech integration. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Insta…
 
Shea Pierre is a Louisiana native, husband, father, pianist, and community activist. We talk about diet tips for busy musicians, low vibrational cats, experiencing taste on a deeper level, and what comes next us him post-Ida. He and his community lost their homes and most of their material possessions to Hurricane Ida. In need of support, but wanti…
 
Joe Plazak (Principal Software Engineer and Designer) joins the show to talk about Sibelius for Mobile and their new iPad app. This episode is sponsored by Blink Session Music: Because Virtual Lessons Are More Than a Video Chat. Subscribe to the Blog... RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in... Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spoti…
 
Pre-save and pre-add wordsmith’s new album called “Bittersweet” wherever you get your music. It drops September 17th You can find wordsmith on most platforms @wordsmith and on instagram as @Wordsmithmusic Wordsmith's TED talk: https://youtu.be/AsUcY8FXHWI Support Rise with a Purpose: https://www.risewithapurpose.com/ 25 minutes correction it is Ber…
 
I was transplanted into teaching from a performing career. I didn't know anybody, but I quickly found my homies who could give me advice and encouragement when needed. It's important to find someone you can call - on the phone - or have coffee with. Social media friends don't count. Oh, there are times when that can help, but there are times you ju…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 9/13/21. This week I talked about some of my new favorite books and shared my K-5 lesson plans for week three with a focus on 1st Grade Lessons. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go…
 
Whether you're new to the show, missed one of these, or just want another round of wholesome goodness, these are the episodes I believe best capture the essence of The Happy Musicians. Thanks Matt Kilby, Meagan Johnson, Mikel Patrick Avery, Brent Wallarab, Roxy Coss, and Sean Jones for your wisdom and support!…
 
The Timpani is an exciting percussion instrument because it can influence the rhythmic ideas of a musical piece as well as contribute to the harmonic and melodic development of it. The drum can play a series of different pitches and today we are going to explore how it is used in the performance setting as we learn about the basics of the Timpani. …
 
Glenn Eichelberger is the Director of Bands at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Glenn has been involved in HBCU bands for his entire career and joins the show to discuss his career and his experiences with HBCU excellence in music. Links: Glenn Eichelberger Holsinger: Prelude and Rondo Sheldon: 1,000 Cranes Nelhybel: Festivo Biography: Mr. …
 
https://richchambers.com/ New music video: https://youtu.be/VrtY3S4fgEw Rich's most successful song to date, has been his cover of "Snow Miser vs. Heat Miser" from his first album, ‘Santa’s Rockin’ Band,’ which was released soon after his first university graduation in the days before Spotify and online music sales and streaming. Once iTunes hit, a…
 
For years I have listened to interviews where people grew up in an award winning program, decided to be a teacher, went back to the award winning program to do their student teaching, found out the director was retiring and wanted them to step into the award winning program, and it continues to be an award winning program. That is wonderful! But it…
 
Burnout is real. In this episode, I am encouraging you to do less. There is always more we can do as choral musicians and directors. But in order to be able to continue doing what we do, we need to cut down on overloading ourselves. If you’re interested but not quite sure - download one of our most popular resources from the CBTM last year on build…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 9/6/21. This week I talked about some of my new favorite books and shared my K-5 lesson plans for week two with a focus on 5th Grade Lessons. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go li…
 
You can find Taylor at: https://www.tayjazz.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TaylorEigsti Instagram: @tayloreigsti Taylor has garnered multiple individual GRAMMY Award nominations over the years for his work as a recording artist and composer, including Best Instrumental Composition, and Best Jazz Instrumental Solo. Taylor also co-wrote a featured com…
 
With 23 years of teaching and ten as a professional musician, I have learned a lot over the years - much of it the hard way. Not every technique works for every band every single time, but in this episode I share dozens of quick tips that have worked for me and others. Tips to improve tone and tuning, tips to improve balance and technique - and mor…
 
Seth Sandler, maker of the poplar mobile tuner app Tunable, joins the show to talk about the process of making a tuning app, developing for iOS/Mac, and more! Subscribe to Music Ed Tech Talk: Subscribe to the Blog Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Show Notes: Tunable Seth’s Tweets showing a piano widget…
 
Get ready to celebrate resilience and embracing this power within you with the incredible talents of Grammy winning vocalist and trumpeter of the legendary bands: The Dazz Band and Kool & The Gang.. Hang out with us as we discuss what it takes to really muster up the courage and the persistence to develop your talents in this ever-changing career b…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 8/30/21. This week is all about A NEW year of learning and sharing ideas. Lots to explore and talk about. Lesson ideas, books, resources, setting up procedures and my K-5 lessons for the week with a focus on older grades: 3-5. If you’re…
 
Jenna and discuss the importance of having "choir and ____." As choir teachers, we can get caught up in our work and it become the only thing we do. However, we all have many gifts and abilities. We talk about some different ways to incorporate those in school or outside of the classroom. Hey Choir Baton Community, the window to join the Choir Bato…
 
You can find Taylor at: https://www.tayjazz.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TaylorEigsti instagram: @tayloreigsti Taylor has garnered multiple individual GRAMMY Award nominations over the years for his work as a recording artist and composer, including Best Instrumental Composition, and Best Jazz Instrumental Solo. Taylor also co-wrote a featured com…
 
Do you keep a planner, either electronic or old school? It's not enough just to "keep" one. Make it a tool to help you plan your life and keep you balanced. In this episode, I share seven strategies that have helped me be more balanced and be a much more effective teacher. Find out why I have a two year calendar and what exactly I do on Friday nigh…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 8/23/21. This week is all about A NEW year of learning and sharing ideas. Lots to explore and talk about. Lesson ideas, books, resources, setting up procedures and my K-5 lessons for the week! If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays…
 
Jessica Grant and I discuss common themes that I think most, if not all, music teachers can relate to. Amongst other topics we discuss the feeling of belonging and that you are enough and how we can communicate these things to ourselves as well as our students. We also discuss what it means to measure achievement by growth rather than specific goal…
 
In today's episode we will explore all the fascinating resources available to music educators from libraries, archives and museums. Today's special guest is Nicky Stevens. Nicky Stevens (Interview) Nicky Stevens is an archivist at the Georgia Historical Society (GHS). Prior to joining GHS, she worked as an archivist in Atlanta where she was respons…
 
You can find Crystal on Instagram and Twitter: @CrystalMcgrath Facebook: @crystalmcgrathmusic Sound bowls and fitness: https://www.livewithlove.ca/ #32 | Crystal McGrath — Singing | Lessons from an Entrepreneur-Musician, Find Balance Crystal McGrath is a musician, activist, podcast host, and inspirational influencer. Crystal has toured the U.S., Ca…
 
Robby is getting ukuleles to teach general music this year. Chris Russel (tech and ukulele specialist) joins the show to talk about how to get the best use out of them. We also talk about the state of tech in music ed. Full Topics: Ukulele pedagogy Where to find ukulele resources online How to integrate ukulele and technology The state of technolog…
 
Do you feel safe behind the podium? Get out from behind there! It's not the best place for you. In this episode we talk about the podium, pacing, and getting 100% of students to participate. Has the show benefited you? Would you consider a one time donation of any amount through Paypal (jamesthedivine@gmail.com)? Check out Music, Instruments and Sc…
 
Cam Stasa is a well known figure in the marching arts community as the Director of Participant Relations for Music for All (Bands of America). She joins the show to discuss Music for All programs, her personal journey through music, and her prospective on winning and losing in competition. Links: Music for All Band of America Hall of Fame Biography…
 
Hey Choir Baton Podcast Listeners, August, 16 2021 through August 31 2021, The Choir Baton Teaching Membership is open to new members. The Choir Baton Teaching Membership is an online resource for choir teachers to access curated information to help you be successful and feel supported throughout the school year. To learn more or sign up click here…
 
@morganlikesmusic Morgan Matthews has collaborated with a diverse range of artists including Alicia Keys, Miguel, Tory Lanez, 21 Savage, Ashley All Day & Kiiara, Conor Maynard, Anth Melo, and Keiynan Lonsdale. He has written and produced and contributed to 3 #1Billboard's charting songs and albums. one of those #1 hits is "Show Me Love" by Alicia K…
 
Do you want to make your first week of school great? Do you want to make band fun? Get the students doing something musical from day one! EVERY OTHER TEACHER is going to spend the entire first day talking about rules, rules, rules. That makes MY eyes glaze over. Sift your rules down to just 2-3. You can always go more in depth later. Start the firs…
 
Ivan Funkboy Bodley has averaged 228 gigs a year for over a decade, has played approximately 3,000 shows, including playing on Broadway shows like Rock of Ages, Headwig and the Angry Inch, and played with 50 inductees to the rock roll hall of fame. His new book “Am I Famous Yet?” Is available everywhere books are sold: https://amzn.to/3CeK58t You c…
 
The late summer brings a magical time of year when you hear the immortal phrase, "Welcome to Band Camp!" For many music educators and teens this is a special time of year when there is promise of competition, skill development and accomplishment. For some programs, band camp is a time to prepare for parades and competitions. For others this is a ti…
 
Robby discusses the practices and technology we should TAKE, LEAVE, and use to TRANSFORM teaching next year. Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Show Notes: What Do We Keep? - Session Notes from the C…
 
Watch and listen to Ray's project: https://www.seuaprendiz.com/ Listen on YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GwtI7cgroJQ&feature=youtu.be Also check him out at: http://www.soulraymedia.com/ Instagram: @soulraymusic Ray Soul has been a professional jazz bassist and producer immersed in the New York jazz scene for over a decade. While studying wi…
 
Dorico is out for iPad! Daniel Spreadbury (Product Marketing Manager) joins me to talk about it. Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Show Notes: Dorico, featuring Daniel Spreadbury (Season 3, Episode …
 
Susanna Klein – violinist, professor, researcher – shares practice psychology tips for truly enjoying our time in the shed. We talk about performance injuries, confidence vs bravery, playing through pain, journaling, recording yourself, performance anxiety, enjoying the journey, utilizing technology, and reimagining the classical musician education…
 
A new school year brings a sense of excitement, promise and anticipation. As a result, this special time also brings added anxiety for students, parents, and teachers. Fortunately, schools use the “new student orientation” as a tool to help clear up confusion and avoid any unnecessary panic. In today’s post we are recommending some helpful “Tips fo…
 
You can find Amani on all social media platforms with the handle @Amaniexperience Amani's twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/amaniexperience As well as performing around the world, Amani has co-released three remix EPs and runs a successful music business that caters to corporate clients. He’s also an adjunct professor at California State University (CS…
 
Michael Spiro – world class conga player and renowned educator of Afro-Caribbean musics – shares insights from nearly 40 years of annual trips to Cuba. We chat about developing meaningful relationships with mentors, how to learn new instruments, the Vietnam War, trance states, sneaking in/out of Cuba, compensation for knowledge, conga drums, eating…
 
All educators are tasked with communicating with parents at one point or another. Being in sync with your workflow and knowing the appropriate reasons for contacting parents helps the effectiveness of helping foster a child’s development. Often, we only contact parents if there is some sort of behavior problem and only if it is necessary. However, …
 
This will certainly be an episode to remember especially for all of you out there looking to leverage all of your media opportunities. Dhomonique and I talk about the importance of knowing how to properly craft your story and how to keep your audience engaged but also how to increase your chances of being selected by the media with some key strateg…
 
Facebook @CerVonCampbellMusic Twitter: @heyimcervon CerVon is an independent South Carolina artist known for his soulful sound and deep venting lyrics. A singer/ rapper, and also credited as a screenwriter, stand-up comic, songwriter, and actor. His music blends music in an interesting way..crafting mixtures of hip-hop, r&b, alternatives, indie, co…
 
Have you ever struggled with practicing your instrument? Do you need tips for practicing your instrument? Worry not because today we will discuss some strategies that you maybe overlooking. It is important to understand that one person’s ideal practice session may look quite different from another. Depending on your goals, energy, structure, time a…
 
Ian Molinaro-Thompson – fellow drummer and dear friend – interviews me for this one. We talk about why I don't think musicians are special, and how that's actually a freeing idea. I also share my current hot takes on Dungeons and Dragons, finding your voice, the role of artists in the digital era, musical ownership, and insights from my meditation …
 
The Snare Drum is one of the primary and cornerstone percussion instruments in a band. Today we are going to reintroduce and highlight the parts and key aspects of Snare Drum fundamentals. Note, by not having a physical drum in front of you, you will need to take a moment to envision and reflect as though you have one at your fingertips. However, w…
 
This is the piece Mirko found: Trio for violin, cello and piano by Dragutin Gostuški. This is the old recording: https://youtu.be/d5aPKbijxbs A new version of the recording for sale: https://www.mascom.rs/sr/classical/cd/razni-izvodjaci-kamerna-muzika-pet-srpskih-kompozitora-pid-17917.1.135.html You can Mirko on Instagram at: mirkojer https://mirko…
 
This was such a special episode for me because it gave me a chance to catch up with a dear friend of over 15 years and one of the industries top female guitar players in the world Ariel Bellvalaire. Ariel's signature acrobatics and Fender axe slinging licks have transported her to a different level of mastery making her one of the most sought after…
 
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