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Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out!
 
We all want to experience life satisfaction and emotional health. But getting to that place is another matter. From lockdowns to isolation, ongoing racial injustice to political turmoil, lost lives and lost jobs — this past year has tested our minds and bodies in profound ways. During the Addy Hour podcast, we’ll discuss topics at the intersection of brain science, mental health, faith, culture, & social justice. Join us for dynamic conversations and insights based on the lived experience an ...
 
A podcasting favourite of the late 10's, Australia's most straight talking pop music bloggers, the Project U team, are back together for a weekly podcast. In the Pop Corner - Nic Kelly, Grace Garde & Nathan come together once a week to sort the excellence from the trash, play games and set straight the state of pop. Get on board bitches.
 
Go behind the scenes of classical music in Nashville. Musician Colleen Phelps takes you backstage for interviews with composers, conductors, and instrumentalists to give you an in-depth look at life in the orchestra, on the stage, and behind an instrument. Get closer to the music and musicians behind classical music in Music City.
 
The official weekly podcast gives fans of Dancing with the Stars Ireland even more reasons to follow the journey of their favourite celebrities and their professional partners through the competition to see who will lift the glitter ball trophy. James Patrice will be behind-the-scenes each week with the latest gossip from the training room to the dance floor. New podcast episodes every Monday, and watch the show on RTÉ One every Sunday at 6.30pm.
 
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We all have personal experience with sleep, likely good and bad! This week Dr. Obo Addy, father of Dr. Nii Addy, joins for an informative and practical conversation on good and poor sleeping habits, how to address sleep challenges, and how sleep impacts our emotional wellness, mental health and overall health. We discuss topics like sleep deprivati…
 
We can all need a bit of extra care and attention to our bodies that carry us around all day and that constantly are exposed to inner and outer challenges and stressors. 🫀 With these 28 relaxing minutes you will be able to RESET your body and mind. You can also use this episode to fall asleep at night if you have troubles sleeping or resting your t…
 
Conversations about science and society have somehow become more divisive as of late, even as we continue to battle a global pandemic. But what about the scientists from various disciplines who’ve continued in their training, research endeavors and leadership in the midst of everything we’ve endured as a society? This week, two scientific leaders f…
 
For students, faculty, administrators, staff and family members across the country, there’s so much for us to consider as we embark on another unique college and university semester. This week, Chaplain Sharon Kugler, Pastor Orlando Yarborough III, and Imam Omer Bajwa join for a timely, rich, honest and compelling conversation about campus life, me…
 
Far too often, the crisis around maternal health and maternal mental health support in the United States is underappreciated and even ignored, especially for women of color. This week, March of Dimes President and CEO, Stacey D. Stewart, and comedian and “accidental activist” Angelina Spicer join for a conversation that can truly be a matter of lif…
 
We seem to be living in a culture where so many are speaking as instant experts on almost everything. But how do we navigate the noise and find truth, while also cultivate the disciplines of listening and sitting with silence? This week, distinguished professor, scholar & author Eddie Glaude Jr., and author and filmmaker A.D. Thomason join for an h…
 
What’s our perspective as we all deal with challenges and traumas in our lives and the lives of those around us? How do we find balance between giving to and caring for our communities, while not spreading ourselves too thin? And how do we meet people where they are, with sincerity, empathy and compassion, without being dismissive? This week, NYC P…
 
This week, influencer, mental health & body image advocate, and former D1 athlete, Victoria Garrick, joins for an honest conversation about life as a competitive student athlete and high performing individual. We’ll chat about the differences between mental health and mental toughness, and wrestle with the line between pushing forward towards peak …
 
As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, many of us have felt a need to reprioritize and reevaluate what matters most. And yet, it can still be difficult to honestly acknowledge personal challenges along the way, especially when it comes to emotional wellness and mental health. This week, veteran entertainment executive and best-selling author, …
 
How do we strike a balance between addressing larger societal issues and meeting our own needs? Is balance even realistic, or is it selfish to focus on personal emotional wellness, when others are suffering and struggling? Additionally, what’s the personal cost of activism when it comes to self-care, mental health and organizational health? This we…
 
Our faith communities can provide powerful places of sanctuary and safety. But are houses of worship safe spaces when it comes to our mental health? Within our faith communities, are we living with hope or suffering in silence, when it comes to emotional wellness? This week, Pastor Michael Walrond Jr., Dr. Lena Green, and Dr. Warren Kinghorn speak …
 
With recent steps towards accountability mixed with ongoing injustices and lack of accountability, many of us are asking, “Where do we go from here?” This week, we consider how music, neuroscience, and faith can help us move toward personal and societal empathy and healing, amidst these challenges. Hip hop artist & author Lecrae and professor & neu…
 
For Nashville Symphony Principal Oboist Titus Underwood, the pandemic has been a fairly prolific time. It’s also been a successful year - with a regional Emmy Award and the Sphinx Medal of Excellence, as well as a viral sensation on YouTube. And while he looks forward to a return to the Schermerhorn stage, he also has a lot of goals for the future …
 
The ongoing stress and trauma of the last year deeply affects us as individuals and as a society, impacting our daily lives. For many, these challenges extend far beyond the last year. Two pioneering scientists, Dr. Bianca Jones Marlin and Dr. Kerry Ressler, join for a timely discussion of life experiences and stresses that are passed to future gen…
 
In our often polarized society, mental health disparities can be viewed as either underappreciated or overblown. In today’s episode, we consider disparities, the importance of cultural competence, and the fight against stigma in youth and adults alike. Mental health expert Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble and mental health advocate Doug Middleton join for …
 
Have the stresses of the last year harmed us or helped us build resilience – or both? On this episode of the Addy Hour, NBA legend Allan Houston and Professor and stress expert Rajita Sinha join for an honest and personal conversation on stress, pain, resilience, and community. We’ll consider how our bodies and minds respond to our personal and soc…
 
Nashville’s chamber orchestra Intersection has commissioned new works from 25 female-identifying composers for a project titled “Listen.” So, we did just that - assembling a panel of the composing participants. Their diverse life experiences are reflected in their music, and also in the misconceptions they face on a daily basis.…
 
Our goal is wellness and health, which seem ever elusive amid a pandemic, the challenges of racial injustices, and the toxicity of our politics. We yearn to move on and past these strains. In this episode, we’ll instead lean into them. You’ll hear unique perspectives, explore uncomfortable topics and experience the power of truthful dialogue. We’ll…
 
Our goal is wellness and health, which seem ever elusive amid a pandemic, the challenges of racial injustices, and the toxicity of our politics. We yearn to move on and past these strains. In this episode, we’ll instead lean into them. You’ll hear unique perspectives, explore uncomfortable topics and experience the power of truthful dialogue. We’ll…
 
There's nothing more wild yet utterly predictable than a child's tantrum. But in Maurice Ravel's opera L’enfant et les sortilèges, the consequences take the child completely by surprise. Vanderbilt Opera Theater's production of the piece is Nashville's latest example of how performing arts have pivoted to create new and interesting projects during …
 
The newest “Call of Duty” game hit the market in late 2020. In” Black Ops - Cold War” it’s composer Jack Wall’s job to transport you to the turbulence of the 1980s. From green computer screens to hidden messages in Russian lyrics, Wall’s scores are epic thanks to their use of a full orchestra – recorded right here in Nashville. Hear all about build…
 
While this episode of Classically Speaking was prepared in a tumultuous time, we never could have predicted how many more shocking things would happen before its release. That being said, Leila Adu's Mahakala Oratorio is still the right piece of music for this exact moment. The piece itself is well-timed invocation to a deity whose charge is to pro…
 
During the COVID-19 pandemic, singing in large groups has been an off-limits activity. But, King’s College Cambridge has gone to extraordinary lengths to continue its Christmas services safely. Hear from Director of Music Daniel Hyde on how King’s is carrying on through this challenging time. Woven with the choral music that for many of us, has her…
 
Birthday or not, Beethoven has come up quite often in Classically Speaking. So, in this episode we featured clips from previous conversations. In what turned out to be one of composer Christopher Rouse's last interviews before he died in 2019, Rouse connected the opening of his 5th symphony to Beethoven's 5th. That same short-short-short-long also …
 
Since they were composed in 1741 JS Bach’s set of pieces known as the Goldberg Variations have been a favored musical puzzle for keyboardists of all varieties. Now musician Parker Ramsay has taken them on as a harpist on his debut album. From rising above the skepticism behind historically informed performance, to his hopes for the future of the in…
 
If you’ve been riding a wave of insomnia for the last few months, you’re not alone. That’s why pianist Lara Downes put together The Bedtime Sessions, an album of lullabies. This collection of soothing music includes Downes’s signature expansion of the pianistic canon. Including music by Florence Price, William Grant Still, and Leonard Bernstein, al…
 
📲Tune in to this awesome short episode from Aja Humm and download a powerful free 10 min meditation to "Call back your energy" after a day at work or after a busy week. 👉🏽👉🏽If you like to go right to the visualization, head to 4.25 min Regain your energy from endless Teams/Zoom calls or other matters and as a shift from your work-day🤹🏽‍♀️ to your p…
 
Honestly...This simple yet powerful visualization has transformed my grounding throughout the day. No kidding. 💎 As you go along with the images, see what intuitively comes up for you. For me, I could not find the center of the earth (you need to do it once to follow me here..), so I really had huge insights and transformation to myself when I disc…
 
In this episode, host Adam Wolf is joined by Lanette Compton of Oklahoma State University, Jeb Wallace of Wichita State University, and Johanna Lundy of the University of Arizona. The four of them discuss the hurdle of teaching during a pandemic, their current lives as players, and their ideas going forward. This episode is sponsored by Lukas Horns…
 
With a post-coronavirus return to music-making on the horizon for American orchestras, these institutions are bringing a renewed commitment to a healthier and more representative environment. We assembled three of the orchestra world’s superheroes to show us how it’s done. Jeri Lynne Johnson, JoAnn Falletta, and Mei-Ann Chen discussed their hopes a…
 
To hear every song we talked about in full - follow our Best New Bops Playlist! PHWOAAAARRRR what a hectic show. Test your knowledge of the biggest POP DADDIES, Zara Larsson & MNEK shed some light on what happened with that OG version of Ain't My Fault in the Zara Larsson Update, we 'unpack' the Canada's Drag Race finale, the Yungblud song with Bri…
 
Our Mother and literal Mother Katy Perry's released an album! Smile is it's name. Our friend Nathan is away on assignment so we pulled in the biggest Katycat we know, Mitchell Coombs, and the biggest 'Perrynite' we know, Mitch Churi, from the Is It Just Me? podcast to dissect the album and play a few fun games along the way. Enjoy! And listen to Is…
 
Troye Sivan's In A Dream Is A Dream! Wafia's EP's quite great too. As is Vardaan Arora's. Greyson Chance, Agnes & David Hugo have the best new songs, BTS are about to go nuclear, Clean Bandit? and The Bellas? Off of Pitch Perfect are in the charts. Claire Rosinkranz is too. And PLEASE WELCOME TO THE STAGE... challenges your knowledge of absurd gues…
 
Composer Jennifer Higdon has music for just about any ensemble – orchestra, band, opera, choir… you name it. And her catalog of concerti is just as varied. Including her Concerto for Low Brass and Orchestra, the origin of which she describes in this episode of Classically Speaking. She also tells the story behind “Blue Cathedral,” and how she now f…
 
Hellooooooooooooooooo so the best new songs are by Miley, Chaz Cardigan & Eluera. Nathan reviews Charlie Puth's favourite snackie, Oreo'Os. There's a Zara Larsson Update, A Charlie Puth Update & WHATS UP WITH WATT? So you'll remain informed. cookii, James Sun & Chase Atlantic are Australians with new songs. Maximillian is #1 in The Phillippines? Th…
 
In this episode host Adam Wolf chats with legendary mute maker, mouthpiece maker, horn maker, mellophone maker, and smile maker Ion Balu. They discuss his career as a player, and how being one of the horn worlds busiest creators took over his life and cemented his name in our industry. This episode is sponsored by Lukas Horns, Hampson Horns, and Ba…
 
Unhinged content awaits! Icona Pop's new single slaps, elliot with no capitals and one t has a sad but wonderful song, Troye Sivan's Rager, teenager! is great, WHAT'S UP WITH WATT RETURNS! One for the OGs. Joel Corry & MNEK keep climbing. BTS and PHIL COLLINS? are in the charts + a Zara Larsson update, a very good Victoria Monet album, Tkay Maidza …
 
In this episode host Adam Wolf ACTUALLY sits down with Julie Landsman, former Principal horn of the MET, current horn teacher at Julliard and newly appointed teacher at USC. They discuss many things including her teachers, her teachings, her nickname, her time at the MET, her students careers and the 8D. I hope you enjoy! This episode is sponsored …
 
“Romeo and Juliet” is a tale of woe. And actually, so is “La Valse.” Conductor Joann Falletta paired these pieces together for a program of music by Sergei Prokofiev and Maurice Ravel. Two pieces with fascinating history and devastating stories are the subject of this Classically Speaking. Musical performances are by the Buffalo Philharmonic, the L…
 
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