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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 ...
 
Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with notable music-makers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Each episode features a musician discussing how they created the music you love, and what they personally sacrificed to make it happen. Hosted and produced by Cello.
 
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.
 
In a world where it's too dangerous to go outside, a starry-eyed teen cellist risks leaving her apartment to win the love of the rebel punk next door. A twisted musical with a good, pure heart. Starring Annie Golden, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Marc Kudisch, Sarah Stiles, Taylor Trensch, Tony Vincent Book by Jason Schafer, Music by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon, Lyrics by Harris Doran Based on a story by Jason Schafer, suggested by Oscar Wilde’s fairytale “The Nightingale and the Rose” Directed and Edited ...
 
First-person diaries, sound portraits, and hidden chapters of history from Peabody Award-winning producer Joe Richman and the Radio Diaries team. From teenagers to octogenarians, prisoners to prison guards, bra saleswomen to lighthouse keepers. The extraordinary stories of ordinary life. Radio Diaries is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm
 
Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist, actor and Woodland Trust ambassador David Oakes, for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the beauty of the natu ...
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
3MBS brings back live-to-air performances to our broadcast by proudly supporting Melbourne’s finest young and emerging talent. All summer long, join on-air presenter, Jess Carrascalao Heard as she introduces some of Melbourne’s brightest young and emerging talent who will perform live from our Lady Marigold Southey Performance Studio. 3MBS warmly acknowledges the support of the Young Performer Summer Series patrons for making this series possible.
 
Virtual Sheet Music's Mp3 files give you an enjoyable way to discover the high quality digital sheet music repertoire and audio files offered on the Virtual Sheet Music website. These Mp3 files are not real recordings, they are made by high quality sampled instruments and are intended for educational and informative purposes only. Visit our website to find corresponding Mp3 accompaniment files to play along with your computer or iPod.
 
Canadian comedian and former radio talk show host Andrew Grose and his wife, Edmonton Comedy Festival Director, Carole McIlvride Grose produce an hilarious weekly show that will have you laughing out loud. The pair share their contradictory views on current events around the world, politics, life and each other. Regular segments include their "Dick of the week", "Checking in with the Politicians", and "How Smart is Carole?" While sometimes informative, this podcast is always entertaining.
 
Originally from Maui, Hawaii, RosaLinda has been a Certified Fitness Trainer for ten years. She was an NCAA collegiate volleyball and basketball standout, and an AVP professional beach volleyball player. She is also a Wife and Mother with a three-year old who loves the beach and the ocean. (Which is also her favorite place to meditate.) Rosalinda was inspired to explore meditation within her own life after learning that her client ("Shirlee") had undertaken a simple daily meditation practice ...
 
Music for Life is a music-appreciation and music-history based program that explores the purpose and value of music to humanity’s enrichment. Hosted by Ryan Malone, it features interviews with artists performing at the Armstrong Auditorium sponsored by the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
 
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 ...
 
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It's the last episode of Series 1 of the Young Performer Summer Series! Our final performers are cello-piano duo, JUO; that's cellist Joshua Dema and pianist Joyce Chahine. JUO is a collaboration between pianist Joyce Chahine and cellist Joshua Dema. The two met during their time at the University of Melbourne, and through strong artistic connectio…
 
In this episode: Mike’s Rewind Joe’s Fact Check Listener Questions, Comments & Reviews Dick of the Week Covidiot of the Week Dickovidiot of the Week Checking in with the Politicians – Michael van der Veen, Caitlin Upton, Ted Kruz, Newsmax & Trudeau Update on Caitlin Upton The Edmonton Oilers What Does Kevin think? - Romance Breaking the bed How Sma…
 
From the time he started playing rugby at the age of four, Alix Popham and everyone around him knew he was destined for big things. He didn't disappoint, representing his country, Wales, more than thirty times during a long and successful career at the top of the game. When injury forced him into retirement in 2011, he became an entrepreneur and fe…
 
Today we hear from fellows of Chicago Musical Pathways Initiative. CMPI’s mission is to support high school orchestral musicians from underrepresented backgrounds, and give them development and support for acceptance into top-tier conservatory, college or university classical music programs in preparation for careers as professional musicians. CMPI…
 
On August 8, 1988 — a date chosen for its numerological power — university students in Burma sparked an uprising against the military dictatorship. They’d been living under military rule their entires lives. And they had had enough. The uprising ultimately failed, but it planted the seeds of democracy. It was the moment Aung San Suu Kyi first appea…
 
In 1990, Manuel Barriuso was a professor of Russian literature in Havana when one morning he was ordered to the city's paediatric hospital. Unknown to him, a plane-load of seriously ill children – all victims of the devastating Chernobyl nuclear disaster – had arrived in Cuba for free treatment in a historic humanitarian program. And Manuel – who h…
 
There are indelible images associated with the musical Renaissance period. This 200 year era saw an astonishing growth in productivity, an expansion of education, both musical and otherwise, and repeated religious upheavals. The music of this period existed both as a catalyst and as a reaction to all of these momentous events in history. We’ll talk…
 
In this episode Mike’s Rewind Joe’s Fact Check Listener Questions, Comments & Reviews Covidiot of the Week – Bookstore Rant The Doctor’s Office with Doctor Tony – Herd Immunity The Vaccination Experience Dick of the Week - NIMBY WTF? – Tim Horton’ Freshly Cracked Eggs Checking in with the Politicians – Cruz, Trudeau, Dr. Tam, Shandro & Kenney What …
 
Nissim Black grew up in the American city of Seattle, where he made his name rapping about drug dealing and drive-by shootings. These were all subjects that were familiar to him, and his music was doing well, but nevertheless Nissim became increasingly unhappy with the gangster image he portrayed. He started as a Christian looking for answers in th…
 
“Beatchild”, formerly known as Slakah the Beatchild has written and produced countless hip-hop, soul infused recordings, including his own series of Soul Movement albums. I'm lucky enough to sit down with him to talk about his journey from producing for artists like Drake and Glenn Lewis, to gaining an internship, growing up in Sarnia, and how he h…
 
Sue Brierley adopted her son, Saroo, after he had been found wandering the streets of Kolkata as a five year old. He had got on a train that took him across India and away from his birth family, and couldn’t find his way back. Sue always believed that Saroo’s birth mother was alive, and would send comforting thoughts to her every night, sharing the…
 
We're back after lockdown with the Young Performer Summer Series! This week, we have a special pre-recorded performance by violinist Leanne McGowan, who came third on Season 2 of The Talent 2019. Leanne, with pianist Alex Raineri, performed a wonderful variety of works, from Mozart to Suk. Leanne McGowan is 19 years old and currently completing her…
 
In 1961, American couple Allan and Sandra Jaffe were on their honeymoon when they stumbled upon some of their favourite jazz musicians playing at a small art gallery in New Orleans. Within days the young couple had been offered the chance to run the place. Over the next 30 years they helped turn it into one of the city’s jazz institutions, Preserva…
 
A crazy idea thrown around a neighbourhood pub soon became the adventure of a lifetime. In 1967 New-York-City-native Chickie Donahue crossed oceans and hitched rides across a warzone to hand-deliver beers to his friends fighting in Vietnam. Not a soldier, Chickie relied on his charm and wit to get him to where he needed to go. But what began as a s…
 
This week on Introductions, an entire brand new album! Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras‘ flagship ensemble was chosen to be the first ever youth orchestra to record an album for Classical Kids Music Education. Classical Kids stages theatrical concert productions with actors and orchestras, telling stories of the lives and music of famous composers…
 
Raymond Bisha introduces a new album of choral transcriptions by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) that forms part of Naxos’ Music of Brazil series. The programme represents part of Villa-Lobos’ efforts to create a body of music education resources, following his invitation in 1932 to set up an ambitious programme in the public scho…
 
In this podcast: 1. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 2. Ensemble Vermillian, 3. Mediva, 4. Ernst Stolz, 5. Ernst Stolz, 6. Ensemble Vermillian, 7. Poeticall Musicke, 8. Gilles Zimmermann, 9. Alison Crum and Roy Marks, 10. Gilles Zimmermann, 11. Ensemble Vermillian, 12. Dufay Collective, 13. Les Filles de Sainte Colombe…
 
Yara Shalaby is Egypt's first female rally driver. She's mastered the sport in some of the country's toughest desert terrain, while also putting up with a lot of detractors - people telling her that women can't drive. In spite of that, she's risen up in the sport and has beaten many of her male competitors in the process. Get in touch: outlook@bbc.…
 
William Dawson is not a household name to classical music lovers. But for one week in 1934, he was the talk of the classical music world. The legendary Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra had chosen to program a new symphony by Dawson entitled "Negro Folk Symphony." It was broadcast nationwide and the audience reaction was ecstatic. Bu…
 
In this episode: Nerds 2 You DDoS attacks Vaccine Reservations Mike’s Rewind Joe’s Fact Check Listener Questions, Comments & Reviews The Doctor’s Office with Doctor Tony Covidiot of the Week – Anti-mask protesters at Trader Joes in Salem, OR Dick of the Week – Anti-mask protesters at Trader Joes in Salem, OR WTF? - Anti-mask protesters at Trader Jo…
 
Vidou H was a music producer and DJ with an enviable life in Cameroon, but everything changed when he and his brothers were falsely accused of murder. He was sent to a tough overcrowded prison to await trial, a process that took two years. For much of that time he had no access to music, until a recording studio was set up inside, the idea of an It…
 
This week, I sit down with California-based underground rapper Pigeon John whose current sound is a genre-fusing style with positive, easily relatable lyrics. We discuss the early days of rapping on G4TV and growing up in Hawthorne, California. We also dive a bit into his spirituality, chatting about values as a former Christian hip-hop star and an…
 
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