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Soundboard features conversations on artistry and craftsmanship between Ben Finane, Editor in Chief at Steinway & Sons, and distinguished pianists, musicians, artists, and creatives. Soundboard seeks out inspiration, hones in on the creative process, parses influences, and attempts to diagnose artistic greatness.
 
A 12-part podcast series hosted by acclaimed author Robin D.G. Kelley, exploring the music and legacy of pianist Erroll Garner. Each episode is grounded in one of Garner's albums and features a conversation between Robin and a different musician. The guests include some of today's most important voices in jazz, as Uncovered attempts to answer one central question: Who is Erroll Garner to you?
 
What inspires the people who inspire you? How do creative people create? Each week on Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired, Grammy-Nominated jazz pianist Judy Carmichael explores these questions with celebrated creative artists who love jazz. A wide range of talents — everyone from Billy Joel to Seth MacFarlane — discuss their creative process and how jazz inspires them. They share their favorite recordings as well as insight into their life and art.
 
Join Jon and Andy as they explore the world of film music, one score at a time. Each episode is an in-depth discussion of a classic film score: what makes it tick, how it serves the movie, and whether it's, you know, any good. It's a freewheeling, opinionated conversation with an analytical bent, richly illustrated with musical examples. No expertise required. The series began by tackling “100 Years of Film Scores," the AFI's list of (purportedly) the 25 greatest scores in American cinema hi ...
 
Welcome to Hip Hop Orchestra Presents Podcast, created and hosted by Award Winning Teacher, Composer, Pianist and Founder/MD of The Hip Hop Orchestra Georgio Savvides, showcasing The Hip Hop Orchestra from London in more than ways than one.In each episode, Georgio discusses and shares such things as who we are, how we got started and why, featuring interviews with The Hip Hop Orchestra Family, along with truly incredible and inspirational guests within Music, behind the scenes stories, the u ...
 
Daily Notes is a daily comedy/piano podcast from award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy. Also a pianist, every day in a 10 minute episode there is new uplifting and thought-provoking comedy backed with musical ideas, anything from Elvis to Vanilla Ice! Many of the stories are from his life which flashed before his eyes after coming face to face with a burglar at the end of 2020, others from world events. The show compliments his new live stand-up show for 2021 - Bumblebee. Nathan hosts anothe ...
 
On this channel, I am sharing the piano arrangements that are arranged by various Christian artists. I am currently a church pianist at the Singapore Life Church and Missions. Some years ago, I started to play a piece of piano arrangement of a hymn weekly before the Sunday service to prepare the hearts of the congregation to enter into worship. I started my collection of hymn piano arrangements since then. I started recording the arrangements in the recent years. I hope that people can liste ...
 
Each week WFMT goes live to the Chicago Cultural Center for concerts with emerging artists from around the world, produced by the International Music Foundation. Some shows offer solo recitals while others feature ensembles. The concerts take place beneath the world’s largest Tiffany-domed ceiling, part of a landmark building that originally housed the Chicago Public Library. The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts are named for British pianist Myra Hess who organized some 1,700 free lunchtime ...
 
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
 
Decomposed breaks down the stories that have shaped classical music, from secrets and scandals to acts of sheer genius. Hear these stories accompanied by the symphonies, operas and other masterpieces they inspired. Hosted by Jade Simmons, a classical concert pianist and storyteller, the first season of Decomposed takes on gender expectations, Cold War propaganda and the danger of putting your personal life on the stage. Produced in partnership with Classical Minnesota Public Radio.
 
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Marjan’s Musical Soirées

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Marjan’s Musical Soirées

Marjan Kiepura, pianist and Jane Knox, host and narrator

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Marjan's Musical Soirées is a new podcast series where Marjan Kiepura invites you to share in his artistic and musical heritage. Since the launch of his successful Chopin CD entitled, Images of a Homeland, pianist Marjan Kiepura now has a significant YouTube following. Marjan comes from a distinguished musical family. His parents were the opera singers and movie stars Marta Eggerth and Jan Kiepura. The host and narrator, Jane Knox, is fluent in three languages and writes original material fo ...
 
Internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist, twice winner of BBC Jazz Awards Best Vocalist. Also a talented pianist, song writer, actor, presenter and record producer. Has toured worldwide including North America, Australia & China.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of The Silver Swan by Orlando Gibbons. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 14, 2011.Orlando Gibbons was an English composer, virginalist and organist of the late Tudor and early Jacobean periods. He was a leading composer in the England of his day. In the 20th century, the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould championed Gibbons's music, and named him as his favorite composer. (summary from Wikipedia)
 
A podcast from pianist, composer, and creative wellness coach Rebecca Hass to help you self-compassionately grow your creative practice from a supportive foundation of wellness. This podcast features honest conversations, resources, inspiration, and tangible tips to help you cultivate more balance and ease in your work and life, follow through on your goals without constant hustle, and also feel like a whole person in the process!
 
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Legato

Athina and Sofia

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Legato is the absolute music podcast. Hosted by Athina, a classical pianist, and Sofia, a lyricist, this podcast will fill your day with the magical world of music, motivate you and put a smile on your face. Through heartfelt stories, outlandish experiences and important life lessons drawn from various aspects of music, this podcast will make you feel like you have front row tickets to your dream show!
 
ニューヨークはブルックリン在住のピアニストYusuke Sekiと音楽ジャーナリストのKentaro Kojima(Kennyy/こぢけん:@kenny-meltrick)の二人がBedford HIll Cafeからビール片手にゆるくお届けする日本語による音楽番組です。音楽とは関係のない与太話を挟みながらニューヨークのアンダーグラウンドな音楽シーンで活動するミュージシャンやバンドを紹介していきます。 https://bedfordhillupradio.tumblr.com/ A Music Radio Podcast in Japanese language all about NYC and around music scene hosted by jazz pianist Yusuke Seki + music journalist Kentaro "Kennyy" Kojima (@MELTRICK)since August 2017.
 
Truly skilled musicians can blend different genres into one, and that’s exactly what pianist Bugge Wesseltoft, electronic musician Henrik Schwarz and bassist Dan Berglund have done with their album Trialogue. At the Apple Store, Kurfürstendamm they talk about how they produced this ultra-modern, acoustic-meets-digital music.
 
Topic: Daily morning prayers following the Episcopal Church’s Daily Office, with readings from the New Testament and Gospels. Additionally, we pray the complete Psalter over a 60 day period. Author: The Rev'd Sanford A. Key is an Episcopal Priest with over twenty years of parish and campus ministry experience. Music: Dr. Chris Shepard is a pianist and conductor. He currently serves as the director of several choirs including the Director of Music at St John’s Episcopal Church in Stamford, CT ...
 
A podcast with the goal to help other fellow Christians better understand their faith. A place to discuss issues related to Christianity, God, Bible, doctrines, ... I am a musician (pianist and university teacher), father of two, who has developed an interest for apologetics.
 
Society needs music, especially in challenging times. This podcast is made by a collective of outstanding classical musicians from around the world. Your host is the Serbian pianist, Marija Andjic, living in Vienna. She introduces her friends and colleagues she met in the Be Your Own Manager Community, which was founded by Bernhard Kerres. The podcast and the community were created during the COVID19 pandemic.
 
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Jazz legend Ramsey Lewis once called Atlanta pianist Joe Alterman’s style “happy music with meat on the bones.” Les McCann, who lent his talents in collaboration on Alterman’s new album, called him “mind-blowing.” Decades younger than his heroes, Alterman has a knack both for classic, authentic, joyful jazz and for fostering real connections with m…
 
Daniil Trifonov – Bach: The Art of Life (DG) Jump to giveaway form “I think with Bach it's much easier to practice for many hours than with some other composers,“ said Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov, who has always wanted to spend more time with Bach. “It’s so harmonious and everything makes sense, even the most complex polyphony still makes sense…
 
Pianist Anne Veinberg, based in the Netherlands, is exploring all kinds of various acoustic and digital and microtonal pianos, as well as in combination with live coding and Augmented Reality. Some excerpts from her performances are featured in this episode. 00:00 CodeKlavier 'ARquatic' (excerpt), with Felipe I. Noriega 00:46 Introduction 01:54 Ann…
 
District 2 Atlanta City Councilmember Amir Farokhi says Atlanta is full of life and love and people wanting to experience the city in a new way: on bike and foot, patronizing local businesses. Farokhi is one of several councilmembers who are in support of newly proposed legislation that, if passed, would close a stretch of Peachtree Street on Sunda…
 
Hershel Greenblat, a Cobb County resident and Holocaust survivor, attended the Cobb County School Board’s monthly meeting this week. Greenblat also went to the September board meeting, where several members of Cobb’s Jewish community spoke about recent incidents of anti-Semitic symbols and language found on walls at two high schools. “As a survivor…
 
Georgia’s rental assistance program is one of many around the country at risk of losing federal funding. The state received more than $550 million as part of the first federal rental assistance allocation. Since the program launched in March, it has spent just over $30 million, or seven percent of the total amount. In early October, the U.S. Treasu…
 
If you’re worried that indulging in too much self care might push you into laziness, this episode is for you. I offer up some reflection questions to help you see what’s underneath this fear, and ways to intentionally balance rest vs. “doing”. Listen in to learn how you can reframe the concept of laziness to resist perfectionism and be more self-co…
 
Dorothy O’Connor is a multidisciplinary artist, specializing in photography, public art installation, and sculpture. Having fallen in love with the photography process in eighth-grade art class, she calls it “creative, scientific, totally immersive, and a little magical.” O’Connor was born and raised in Atlanta. “I love this town, and I really neve…
 
KOLKATA, India — When Sharmistha Chaudhuri decided to get married in her native India, she faced a dilemma. Chaudhuri, 35, is a PR professional in Austin, Texas. She’s independent, educated and has traveled the world. She wanted her wedding to reflect her liberal values and the equal partnership she has with her American fiancé. But Chaudhuri found…
 
The union that represents thousands of behind-the-scenes film and TV workers says members will go on strike Monday unless a deal is reached with producers. It could disrupt dozens of projects currently underway in Georgia. When it comes to dealing with the financial fallout of strikes, Georgia doesn’t have a ton of recent experience. “You know typi…
 
On this episode, I speak with rapper and entrepreneur Joe Bruce. We get into his new album Serpent, the relationship he has with his producers (such as ClarkWork and Larry Ohh), what he's doing to shine a light on Rhode Island's hip hop scene, and how a serendipitous rideshare was the catalyst to get him back into music Interlude song order: "Soul"…
 
Mark Adamo's opera Little Women will be making its UK premiere during the OHP 2022 Season. This week Mark joins the podcast to talk about how he became a composer and librettist, the process of adapting this beloved novel into opera form, Little Women's original premiere starring a young Joyce DiDonato, and the early preparations for the UK premier…
 
The City of Chamblee recently launched a new initiative to help strengthen and empower local nonprofits. Brittney Lindsay, Chamblee’s community engagement manager, says there are more than 40 nonprofits within Chamblee’s city limits and several others surrounding the area. On Thursday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Lindsay told program host Rose Scott…
 
On Wednesday, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero dismissed a lawsuit filed against Fulton County’s election board. The lawsuit was filed earlier this year by a small group spearheaded by Garland Favorito, claiming fraudulent mail-in ballots in the 2020 presidential election. The dismissal of the lawsuit falls on the heels of Georgia Secr…
 
A bright future awaits the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as it welcomes its new Music Director Nathalie Stutzmann. The acclaimed French conductor and contralto singer, who also concurrently guests with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and leads the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra in Norway, will conduct the ASO in concert on Oct. 13 and 14. She jo…
 
Black transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson once said, “History isn’t something you look back at and say it was inevitable; it happens because people make decisions that are sometimes very impulsive and of the moment. But those moments are cumulative realities.” Today, “City Lights” looks at the history of Atlanta Pride, and how far we’ve come in …
 
Last month, Chelsea Titus, a 40-year-old mother of one in Boise, Idaho, needed surgery to relieve severe pain from endometriosis. But hospitals there are so full of unvaccinated COVID-19 patients that doctors told her she’d have to wait. Nearly 1 in 5 American households has had to delay care for serious illnesses in the past few months, according …
 
Canadian musician Robbie Tucker, released his seventh album last summer, titled 'Blue Candy'. In this episode he talks about the making of the album, how he incorporated elements of his childhood into the lyric videos, and the challenges of Parkinson's disease. All the songs in this episode are from the album 'Blue Candy'. 00:00 'Dee' 02:34 Introdu…
 
Puerto Rican composer/performer/educator Angélica Negrón, who writes tiny and big sounds for chamber ensembles, orchestras, films, plants, robots and drag queens, joins us for the Soundcheck Podcast. Angélica takes us into her sensory world, and explains how her overlapping creative adventures feed into each other – say writing for the Dallas Symph…
 
The Georgia Board of Regents, which oversees the state’s public college and university system, approved changes to its tenure process and post-tenure review Wednesday. More than a thousand professors signed a petition urging the board to delay or cancel the vote, in large part out of concern it will hurt the state’s ability to attract and keep tale…
 
About 80,000 UnitedHealthcare members must now pay more out-of-pocket if they want care through a Wellstar Health System hospital or physician. Those numbers are from Wellstar’s senior vice president of managed care, Barbara Corey. Contract negotiations between the pair ended in a stalemate earlier this month. That leaves thousands of patients with…
 
Who’s the most consistently performing team member of the Atlanta Braves? It could be the organist, Matthew Kaminski, who just celebrated his one-thousandth game. In commemoration of the milestone, he released a new vinyl recording called “L.A. Connection,” an album of music for jazz organ accompanied by some serious heavy-hitters in the California…
 
One of Atlanta’s most prolific indie and rock musicians of recent years, Philip Frobos has filled music venues with the minimalist post-punk sound of his band Omni, which he started in 2015 with Frankie Broyles of Deerhunter. With time to kill on the road, frontman and bass player Frobos decided to put his restless talent to use and authored a semi…
 
President Biden on Wednesday will address ongoing supply chain problems, as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season. Biden is expected to blame the pandemic, which has caused factories to close and disrupted ports around the world, for the issues, but also tout agreements the White House has brokered wit…
 
Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill have set the end of October as the time frame to nail down an agreement on a scaled-back version of President Biden’s Build Back Better Agenda. After initially setting the price tag at $3.5 trillion over 10 years to enact sweeping health care, climate, education and child care policies, disagreements between progr…
 
Canada’s acting Consul General Louise Blais says the U.S.-Canada border is now open. On Tuesday’s edition of ‘Closer Look,” the Canadian diplomat told program host Rose Scott that Americans and permanent residents can visit Canada, but they must show proof of vaccination and take a COVID test before leaving the country. Blais also explained that ce…
 
New American Pathways is one of four local resettlement agencies that have partnered with the Tucker Summit Community Improvement District to help Afghan refugees rebuild their lives in Georgia and find employment. Paedia Mixon, the CEO of New American Pathways, was a guest on Tuesday’s edition of “Closer Look.” During the conversation, Mixon talke…
 
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says it’s “extremely troubling” that two Fulton County elections employees were able to allegedly shred about 300 voter registration applications. State law requires officials to preserve documents related to primary or general elections for 24 months. Now Raffensperger is asking the U.S. Department of …
 
The myth of Atlantis, first described in Plato’s dialogues, sparked the imaginations of countless generations and remains alive today, with speculation ongoing about the fabled lost city and whether it ever existed. Plato’s timeless story of the sunken civilization now weaves its way through a new collection of artwork by the Atlanta artist and pho…
 
Movie-watching is an entirely different beast in today’s times, with so many films now streamed at home, their soundtracks and scores at the mercy of our varying home speaker systems. Nevertheless, a great movie soundtrack stays with us, and composers still push boundaries and create unforgettable moments to this day. WABE music contributor Dr. Sco…
 
Jessica Elaine Blinkhorn is an interdisciplinary artist, creating “socially-minded narratives that represent disabled and aging communities.” She lives with a degenerative disease that presents a challenge in drawing and painting, her long-preferred media, so she now focuses on performance art. “I love performing,” says Blinkhorn. “I think I am act…
 
Akira Johnson lives in Columbia, S.C., with her three kids. She tries to make the place joyful for them with flowers and pillows that say things like “happy” and “sunshine.” She has decorated one wall with the logo of her small business: an eye with amazing eyelashes. “I’m a licensed cosmetologist,” Johnson says. “I specialize in eyelash extensions…
 
Boo! It's the spookiest month of the year so Zach and Jess are joined by Dan Lippert (Big Grande, Paranormal Activity) for Crypts and More! It's a classic haunt set in Ancient Rome (or is it Greece?) that includes all your classic monstrous characters like the god of war, Mars. With songs like, "...and MORE!," "At the Roman Bath" and "Super Bounce …
 
Dr. Kashef Ijaz, the vice president for Health Programs at The Carter Center, says the even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. already was experiencing a mental health crisis. On Monday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Dr. Ijaz told show host Rose Scott that fear, grief, isolation brought on by the pandemic have led to depression, anxie…
 
Supplies to build a house, manufacture a car and even some holiday gifts may not be available at the moment because of ongoing supply chain issues. The worldwide problem has container ships backed up on both coasts. Pervinder Johar is CEO of Blume Global, a supply chain technology company with offices here in Atlanta. He recently joined WABE’s “All…
 
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