show episodes
 
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!
 
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
 
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"
 
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 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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Robby and David compare smart speakers, their assistants, and their smart home ecosystems. This episode covers the HomePod, Google Nest, Amazon Echo, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, Sonos speakers, and the various quirks that result from trying to use them in combination. Backstage Access Patreon supporters get extended conversation about Apple Note…
 
Have you ever worked your tail off during a rehearsal and still feel like so much more could have been accomplished? Perhaps it was right after lunch and student engagement was sub-par even with your most in-tune students. Today we are going to discuss “7 Variations on the Traditional Rehearsal Method.” The insights are provided by Ms. Shelly Jagow…
 
Today’s Episode reflects on Ms. Sally Utley’s article “Strategies to Reach Students Who Don’t Care" from The Music Crew Blog. Ms. Utley begins by outlining the frustration that she and many other educators encounter when they prepare for an exciting and well-planned out lesson just to have students meet them with disinterest and negative attitudes.…
 
https://www.patrickcornelius.com/ instagram.com/pcorneliusmusic The asynchronous big band piece: https://youtu.be/NNnkI8gXwvw The Album on Bandcamp: https://patrickcornelius-whirlwind.bandcamp.com/album/way-of-the-cairns Jazzlab saxholder: https://amzn.to/3hCS067 Hailed as “self-assured" and “resourceful" by The New York Times, “Elegant" and “Extra…
 
In this episode I caught up with the queen of the pitch herself Forbes Riley as we discuss her rise to success after dealing with so many hardships during her adolescent years. Forbes also puts me on the spot and helps me understand the importance of my message and making sure that it's clear so that others can digest it properly and be more inclin…
 
Composer Alex Shapiro joins the show to talk about a little bit of everything!--> getting young students to compose, the importance of composing repertoire for young musicians, writing electro-acoustic music, her curriculum Putting the E in Ensemble, the social implications of modern and future technology, her amazing studio space, and more. Join P…
 
Wrapping up this three-part series with Karen Cubides was so fun! Karen is the host of The Musician's Guide podcast, as well as the Fempire to Inspire podcast. With a background in classical saxophone and orchestra admin, Karen set off to found her own marketing agency in Nashville-- the Karen Cubides Agency. Karen works with musicians of all strip…
 
Today's topic discusses a variety of jazz articulations and articulation rules. The majority of this book is based on on Mats Holmquist's book, "The General Method: A New Methodology for a Tighter Big Band." I highly recommend this book and suggest you check it out! The General Method A New Methodology for a Tighter Big Band By Mats Holmquist Jamey…
 
https://www.billmoring.com/ Link to the Jamulus episode with Berklee Global's Jason Camelio: https://youtu.be/lV8F_ph3yfo A veteran of the New York City jazz scene for over 30 years, bassist Bill Moring has established a reputation as one of the city's most in-demand players. Bill played with such notables as Dizzy Gillespie, Slide Hampton, and Cal…
 
Certainly one of my favorite episodes not only because my guest is the epitome of adaptability but also someone who has demystified the whole concept of fearing change in today's society. In this episode we talk about society’s ever changing patterns and how we as humans need to embrace the future because holding onto our patterns of routine will o…
 
Every degreed music educator has some experience playing a piano. Most students of music have either taken some sort of group piano course or have taken independent private lessons. But what happens after your coursework in college? Does the piano get incorporated into your teaching or does it collect dust and sit in a corner of your music room? In…
 
In part two of our three-part series on musicians who podcast, I had the pleasure of chatting with Jason Heath-- host of the Contrabass Conversations podcast. Jason started his podcast way back in 2007 (!!) and has continued with it on and off ever since. The show is now close to reaching 3 million downloads!!! Jason's career has been very multi-fa…
 
Today's episode of The Music Educator Podcast is about Embouchure Dystonia. The show covers: What is Embouchure Dystonia Personal Experience Symptoms Mental Health Dos and Don'ts Block Buzzing Literature on the Topic Embouchure Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Guide for Overcoming Embouchure Overuse Syndrome and Traumatic Injuries in Brass Players B…
 
The Best Music Podcast #24 | Brockett Parsons — Piano | Performing with Lady Gaga, Winning Auditions On Instagram: @brockettparsons Twitter: @brockettparsons Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrockettOfficial Brockett's photo credit: Jeff Lewis https://www.jefflewisphotography.com/ Brockett has played in Lady Gaga's band for 4 world tours from 201…
 
Robby and Craig break down the announcements from Apple’s Word Wide Developer Conference and discuss how teachers might use the upcoming features to their latest software updates. Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro …
 
In this episode Malik and I discuss his journeys of struggle to being the most sought after lyricists in the world but it didn't come easy. Malik has inspired millions and has brought to the surface many social narratives that have change the course of history and he shares his talents of sharing those narratives lyrically, personally and musically…
 
This month, we are doing a 3-part series featuring musicians who podcast! First up is the host of the Flute 360 podcast-- Heidi Kay Begay. Heidi started her podcast as part of her DMA project, and 3 years later it is going stronger than ever! Flute360 offers "a panoramic view of flute-related topics for the modern day musician." Heidi now has her o…
 
Being able to duplicate the process of making a substitute binder will allow you to deliver on your organizational teacher aspirations. Have you ever been caught off-guard with school life and you find yourself in a surprise bind? All of a sudden you have to take a few days off of work due to a broken down car or the kids have come down with a case…
 
#23 V.J. Manzo — Author, Professor | Music Technology & Guitar Research https://vjmanzo.com/vj/index.html https://www.youtube.com/vjmanzo http://electricguitarinnovationlab.org V.J. Manzo is an Associate Professor of Music Technology and Cognition at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). He is a composer and guitarist with research interests in th…
 
In this interview my dear friend and extraordinary Welshman Damian Keyes talk about the never ending trends of the music industry and how to leverage your brand and musical message with your audience. His journeys and teachings have educated hundreds of thousands of successful artist around the globe and his desire to inspire has always aligned wit…
 
In preparation for our June series with musicians who podcast, I'm bringing back the original trailer for the show. Listening back to the trailer has been a helpful reminder to me about why I started this podcast, how much growth it has experienced in the last 8 months, and how much growth I've experienced through producing the show! I am SO please…
 
The Best Music Podcast #22 | Rob Tardik — Guitar | Making Music and Joy After an Unspeakable Attack T-shirt link: www.kimberleyblack.com/shop Kim's YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/kimberleyblack https://www.facebook.com/RobTardikMusic https://twitter.com/RobTardik https://www.instagram.com/robtardik/ https://www.robtardik.com/rt/ Rob Tardik is mul…
 
Paula Crider has had an illustrious 33 year teaching career as a band director, 17 of those as the director of the University of Texas Longhorn Band. She continues to be powerful voice in the band community as a clinician and consultant. Links: Paula Crider Dahl: Sinfonietta Biography: Following a distinguished 33-year teaching career, Professor Pa…
 
In this episode my dear friend and industry expert on artist growth and development Rick Barker, discuss the techniques the best elevate and set artists up for maximum exposure and success in 2021 by properly leveraging the many channels of knowledge at our disposal.By Manny Cabo
 
Thanks to this week’s sponsor, the DMV Percussion Academy. Learn more and register here. Description Robby overviews his three most successful Soundtrap projects in 2021. Chapters: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:14 - Sponsor: DMV Percussion Academy 00:01:24 - About this Episode 00:03:51 - YAY SUMMER 00:05:11 - 1: Melody Composition / Loop Accompaniment 00:…
 
The Best Music Podcast #21 | Troy Stetina — Guitar | Seeking Truth and Sharing Guitar Mastery Troy Stetina is an American guitarist, composer, producer, music educator, and author. Specializing in all styles of rock, metal, shred and classical-electric guitar, he has created more than 50 book/audio and video methods that have guided a generation of…
 
You’ve just performed your last concert and there are two weeks left in school. Now what? Has the show benefited you? Would you consider supporting the podcast with a $5/month pledge through patreon or make a one time donation of any amount through Paypal (jamesthedivine@gmail.com). Find out more about fundraising for your program at Scool Services…
 
In this episode I finally caught up with my dear friend and mentor Travis Chappel in a busy coffee shop to discuss the benefits of properly leveling your networking game. We discussed tactics regarding both types of personalities with respect to introverts and extroverts and how so many miss those key opportunities because they lack the necessary s…
 
Last installment of mental health awareness month! I wanted to ask New World flutist Leah Stevens to come on the show during mental health month because I have admired how transparent she is about her mental health struggles online. In addition to performing with the New World Symphony, she has served as principal flute with The Orchestra Now and s…
 
JaRod Hall is a band director in Irving, Texas and an up and coming composer at the beginning of his writing career. He is infectiously positive throughout our conversation about his creative journey, including a discussion of representation and why it matters for our students. Links: Shostakovich: Finale from Symphony no. 5 Hall: Brigid's Cross Bi…
 
The Best Music Podcast #20 | Corrado Rustici — Guitar, Production | Platinum-Selling Producer Corrado is a multi-instrumentalist, platinum-selling producer, and composer. His new album “ “Interfulgent” is available anywhere you get your music and his new single “The Singing Light” is available exclusively on Bandcamp corradorustici-official.bandcam…
 
There is nothing about a lost life that is easy. I experienced a huge loss in a community I served a number of years ago. I navigated it with great difficulty, anguish of heart, and much prayer. Hope my journey helps you. Has the show benefited you? Would you consider supporting the podcast with a $5/month pledge through patreon or make a one time …
 
In this episode I discuss what it takes to navigate through the competitive world of the entertainment industry as a parent manager. I had the distinct pleasure and honor of speaking with Cassie and Brandin Farrant about the hardships as well as the successes of managing their child prodigy and little Australian rockstar guitarist Taj Farrant, who …
 
Continuing with Mental Health Awareness Month on the podcast... This week we have Rusty Holmes-- french horn player, teacher, and motivational speaker based in Austin, TX. In addition to being in the private teaching scene, Rusty plays in many orchestras in central Texas. During the pandemic, he developed his Musican's System for Success mental fit…
 
Ethan and Will join the show to talk about their book Electronic Music School, the Prime Directive, writing apps, and the future of the iPad. Chapters: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:01:25 - Sponsor: DMV Percussion Academy 00:02:03 - Star Trek 00:04:18 - Electronic Music School 00:10:09 - Teaching Underlying Musical Concepts of Electronic Music Styles 00:18:3…
 
The Best Music Podcast #19 | Sevish — Producer, Composer | TET à TET with a Microtonal Mastermind #Sevish #microtones #microtonal Sevish is a musician and producer from London, UK. Where most of the world uses standard tuning (12-tone equal temperament), Sevish uses alternative tunings i.e. microtonal tunings in his music. Sevish has built a follow…
 
A parade can be a lot of fun - or it can be stressful and annoying. The choice is really up to you. These tips can help it lean more towards the fun side! Has the show benefited you? Would you consider supporting the podcast with a $5/month pledge through patreon or make a one time donation of any amount through Paypal (jamesthedivine@gmail.com). F…
 
Greg Bimm has been the band director at Marian Catholic in Chicago for 44 years. During his time there his bands have been consistently excellent both on the marching field and on the stage, including Bands of America's Grand National Champion seven times and a whopping 40 straight years undefeated in their class at the Illinois Superstate competit…
 
In this episode we discuss the power of diversity especially from the viewpoints of a Grammy award winning producer who has worked with the likes of prince, Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder to just name a few. Khaliq and I discuss his incredible experiences behind the scenes during the recording of the Global Hit "We are the World"…
 
Welcome back to mental health awareness month here on The Unclassical Musician! This one is a must-listen! This week, I sat down with my good friend and master of social work Amanda Deligiannis to talk about some mental health issues pertaining to musicians, and the music school experience. Amanda started at DePaul as a music ed major, with french …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

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