LT Turner Jr is a Music Artist (Singer, Pianist, Arranger, Conductor, & Recording Artist) who loves bringing inspiration, encouragement, and positive reinforcement to others through his music. He was born March 30th, 1976 in Waterbury, CT. Growing up, music was a huge part of his life. In Elementary School, LT played the lead role Oliver of “Oliver Twist” and The Tin Man of “The Wizard of Oz” in his school musicals. He was involved in school chorus always desiring to learn and develop his musical talents. Along with singing and doing musicals, LT started out learning the flute. In 6th grade, he switched to learning piano and continued his involvement in the school's chorus and musical theater including playing one of the lead roles as Jacob in “The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. High School only continued to add to his increasing love for music and the arts by performing in the school's musical theater department in “Pippin” (Player/Dancer) and “Once Upon A Mattress” (Page/Dancer). He also was part of the school's regular Chorus, Gospel Chorus and The Hallelujah Chorus (Classical).
The Symphony of Christmas A symphony is a composition of different elements brought together under a skillful conductor's hand, who orchestrates, or arranges the different elements to produce his or her desired effect! Read Luke 2:1-20 The Symphony of Christmas Let's Pray! The All-encompassing Conductor's Leadership V. 1-7 Human rulers were making decrees to advance their empire's interests, but the Divine Conductor was at work to bring to pass ancient prophecies to advance the Kingdom of God. Joseph and Mary were doing what they had to do living in Roman occupied Israel, but the Divine Conductor was at work to bring to pass ancient prophecies to advance the Kingdom of God. The Awe-inspiring Angelic choir sings V. 8-14 The quick-acting shepherd's movement V. 15-20 Folks, we will know when revival comes – people will start acting like these shepherds – they will make haste to turn from their sin and run to see Jesus! Delayed obedience to Jesus will become the exception rather than the norm.
As the sales and marketing world continues to expand in freight, we're going to make sure we cover a few different topics that can help you optimize your marketing plan. Today's show topics include: Takeaways from the Freightwaves Sales and Marketing SummitChatGPT and prompts to help you use that tool betterEmbracing the conductor mindset in marketingLinks mentioned during the show: Lars from Freightvana Digital Dispatch/Cyberly episodeWatch replays from Freightwaves Sales and Marketing SummitPrompt help with Lexica: https://lexica.art/-----------------------------------------------THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!At SPI Logistics they have industry-leading technology, systems, and back-office support to help you succeed. Learn more about SPI's freight agent program here. Make sure to let them know we sent you!Digital Dispatch helps you speak confidently about ROI with a website built for your customers, prospects, and employees. With plans starting as low as $90/month, learn how you can take your website from good to great by visiting Digital Dispatch. -----------------------------------------------ABOUT THE PODCAST: Everything is Logistics is a podcast for the thinkers in freight. Subscribe to our newsletter to never miss an episode. Follow EIL host Blythe Brumleve on social: Twitter | LinkedIn| Instagram| TikTok| YouTube
Become a Patron! Help to support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/TheCommute An AMAZING guest this week-- 35-year railroad veteran, Frank Javorsky joins the show! We do a deep dive into the rail industry, while also shedding light on the roles and responsibilities of each member of the train team. Frank discusses changes that corporate pressures have brought to the industry, and gives his thoughts on the future of rail transportation. Quite a guest...and quite a listen!
Finnish-Ukrainian conductor Dalia Stasevska has become one of the fastest rising stars in the classical world, and she'll be leading the New York Philharmonic in a performance of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto as well as the world-premiere performance of Wang Lu's new composition "Surge." Stasevska joins us to discuss the performances, her career, and her activism surrounding the war in Ukraine. The Philharmonic will be playing from January 20-22
Ron Is a Dynamic, results-oriented leader. He is a Conductor of change that never accepts the status quo or an excuse. After serving in the Marine Corps., he went on to add over a decade of experience in the construction industry. Ron has cemented himself as a visionary and a leader in construction. working in many facets from field, sales, leadership, and management. He is the Founder and CEO of Nuttnest. Ron uses his knowledge and experiences to help others grow and change the overall mindset around construction. Pushing the industry into the 21st century and removing the old stigmas and limiting beliefs around construction.
In this week's episode, we have the privilege of talking to Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor of the Baylor University Symphony Orchestra and Director of Orchestral Studies. With many years of experience conducting orchestras all around the world, Miguel tells us about what the ultimate goal of a conductor should be, and his methods on preparing scores and working with ensembles.Connect with Miguel Harth-Bedoya!Website: https://www.miguelharth-bedoya.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miguelharthbedoya/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MiguelHarthBedoyaTwitter: https://twitter.com/MHarthBedoyaYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxDtynJwmcgudZPu9hkFWDgBaylor University School of Music: https://www.baylor.edu/music/The Conducting Institute: https://conductinginstitute.org/Miguel Harth-Bedoya is the Director of Orchestral Studies at Baylor University. He is the former music director of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (New Zealand), and New York Youth Symphony. He graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School. Miguel has conducted worldwide, including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, and the Sydney Symphony, among others. He is also the Founder of The Conducting Institute in Ft. Worth, Texas.Want a free piece of music for your ensemble to perform? Join Christian's mailing list!https://www.christianfortnermusic.com/mailings
Customizable, flexible and incredible customer experience. That's what composable commerce provides, but is it for everyone? Our guest today, Thomas Mulreid, Head of Sales in Orium, brings a deep understanding of the Composable/Headless Commerce ecosystem and the future it holds to major brand transformation projects. In this episode we will go through definitions, examples and driving factors to get you well-versed in the composable space. Learn what composable commerce is, what is the difference between composable and headless and what are their benefits of going composable. Some of the topics we discuss are: New Year - New Brand: Get to know Thomas and his role at Orium, North America's leading composable commerce consultancy & systems integrator. What is Composable Commerce?: Learn how the commerce space has evolved to become composable commerce, why brands are embracing it and the difference between composable and headless commerce. Missing pieces of the composable puzzle: Are there characteristics that are common among brands embracing composable? Is there an ideal operating model that businesses should adopt to be successful with composable? Why is checkout important in the composable space?: How well do brands understand checkout performance?
If you haven't seen Tár yet. Pause the podcast and go watch it!Tár is the story of Lydia Tár, Music Director of the Berlin Phil, whose life starts to spiral out of control after a series of controversial revelations.In this PT Chat episode, Jeremy and Luke discuss the movie, their favorite parts, and the negative messages it sends.Part of what makes this movie so great is the depth of research and authenticity in the classical world. The conductor John Mauceri was consulted when developing the script, and the film features lots of real playing by the Dresden Phil.Support the show
On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek sits down with one of the most in-demand classical music conductors in the world, Dalia Stasevska for a conversation about her journey to taking the podium. Theater Critic Kerry Reid stops by to discuss a local revival of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS. Later in the show, Gary catches up wtih Reggie Thomas, the director of the Northern Illinois University jazz orchestra. The band is currently competing in one of the most prestigious collegiate jazz competitions in the country. And Gary revisits his conversation with a local photographer behind some of the most candid images of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that we have today.
Entre las muchas disciplinas que Roger Gonzalez domina, se encuentran sus roles como presentador, cantante, autor, actor de cine y trato y también de doblaje. Habiendo marcado la infancia de muchos, Roger es mejor conocido por ser junto a Carla Medina, uno de los presentadores de Zapping Zone, programa de Disney Channel al que muchos marcamos y donde no siempre nos contestaron, pero que igual nos hacía muy felices. En teatro ha participado en obras icónicas como el musical de Peter Pan, la Bella y la Bestia, Gravity Falls, Hoy no me puedo levantar, y Como quieras perro ámame. Sin embargo su voz ha escalado hasta llevarlo a dar vida a Johnny, uno de los mejores personajes de Sing. Ha sido conductor de Venga la Alegria y también ha contado con sus propios talk shows, entre los que destaca Roger Gonzalez presenta.
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Jess takes you on a wild ride through the highs and lows of teaching while tackling a topic that's all too familiar for many teachers: why they quit. From overwhelming workloads, to life changes, to the challenges of working with students, teaching can be a tough gig. Jess shares her honest experiences and stories about why she and other teachers have decided to throw in the towel. So if you're a teacher feeling burnt out or just looking for a good laugh, listen in for some much-needed relief and real-talk about the challenges of teaching. Listen to the all-new Bored Teachers podcast wherever you stream your podcasts - Apple, Spotify, Google, Amazon, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Pandora, Soundcloud, etc. Don't forget to subscribe/follow and PLEASE leave a review! Listen now:Apple: http://apple.co/3s5eDEcSpotify: http://spoti.fi/3vMwuSA Follow us:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hotmess_tea...Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/25552... About this podcast:The day-to-day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists, and just need a laugh or moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun, and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amir Elsaffar + Spirodon mix for Radio Alhara راديو الحارة For @radioalhara Broadcasting Monday the 9th of January at 5:00 pm in Palestine, 10am est. Accompanying photo by Stefan Christoff, taken at @thenewobjective studio during a practice. 01. Muddy Waters: Standing Around Crying. 02. Dmitri Shostakovich, Symphony No. 5 Movement I: Moderato, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Andre Previn, Conductor (excerpt) 03. Hossam Ramzy (featuring Samy el Bably, trumpet) - El Malek Farouk (excerpt) 04. Yusuf Omar - Maqam Nawa, from the album Le maqâm irakien. tradition de bagdad. (Iraqi maqâm Baghdad tradition) 05. Cecil Taylor - Abyss (excerpt) 06. @joni_void - Kitsssch Beatsss 07. Eric Craven - Ratwater Metro 08. Eva Stone - Hot Water 09. Federico Balducci (@fb-ftbb) - Enter The Forest 10. Gabrielle Godbout - Twinkle 11. Giuliano Bossa - Cavalcante dei Cavalcanti
Heyyy everyone, join Jungle Cruiser and Yo Ho Joe as they Aboard The Disneyland Railroad and take it to Splash Mountain. They discuss fun facts, their memorable moments and your memorable moments. The Conductor has also made his way back. So sit back, relax and enjoy the ride! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allaboardpodcast/support
After giving their thoughts on the highlights of Season 1, Adrian and Mike launch into Season 2, the beginning of the George Carlin era for Mr. Conductor, plus a host of characters joining him. You also get to hear Mike say a few tongue-twisters.Episodes reviewed are:Do I Hear?All's FairTheme Composer: One Tram BandAudio Producer: Frederick French PounceVisit our new website: rightontrackpodcast.orgKeep up to date with Right On Track on:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTube Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In a program celebrating the 150th anniversary of Sergei Rachmaninov's birth, Lahav Shani conducts the composer's Symphonic Dances, which marries diabolical, jazzy melodies with plush, old-world grandeur. Italian pianist Beatrice Rana is soloist in Rachmaninov's Paganini Rhapsody, a set of 24 variations that crackle with wit and furious energy. Prokofiev's delightful Classical Symphony opens the program. Explore the music in the free preconcert conversation featuring Kyle Dzapo in Orchestra Hall 75 minutes before the performance. The conversation will last approximately 30 minutes. No additional tickets are needed. Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/shani-conducts-rachmaninov-symphonic-dances
Jess puts on her business blazer this week to talk about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world of education. From the sudden shift to online learning to changes in expectation for students, we explore the many ways in which the pandemic disrupted our education system. Whether you're a teacher, a student, or a parent, this episode will give you a glimpse of how the pandemic will shape the future of teaching and learning in schools across the nation. Jess ends the show on a positive not with an uplifting message for teachers everywhere. Listen to the all-new season of the Hot Mess Teacher Express wherever you stream your podcasts and PLEASE don't forget to subscribe/follow and leave a review! Listen now: Apple: http://apple.co/3s5eDEc Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3vMwuSA Follow us: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hotmess_teacherexpress Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/255523086174134 About this podcast: The day-to-day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists, and just need a laugh or a moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun, and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By Andrew McCaldon The extraordinary and explosive relationship between director Alfred Hitchcock and the film composer Bernard Herrmann. Recorded live at Alexandra Palace with the BBC Concert Orchestra playing Herrmann's scores from the partnership's iconic films - Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho. Bernard Herrmann ..... Tim McInnerny Alfred Hitchcock ..... Toby Jones Alma Hitchcock ..... Joanna Monro Lucy Anderson/Tippi ..... Tara Ward Lew Wasserman/Cary/Paul ..... Jonathan Forbes BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Ben Palmer Produced by Neil Varley and Tracey Neale Directed By Tracey Neale By the late 1950s Herrmann and Hitchcock – known to each other as ‘Benny' and ‘Hitch' – have formed the most famous composer-director partnership in film history, creating masterpieces of cinema together, including Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho. But with tensions growing between the two maverick artists and change afoot in the movie industry, Benny and Hitch's collaboration and friendship comes to a catastrophic end at a recording session for the film Torn Curtain. But who is really responsible for the break-up? From beyond the grave, Benny and Hitch set out to determine which man has blood on their hands? Recorded in front of an audience at Alexandra Palace and starring two stellar actors, Tim McInnerny and Toby Jones, this thrilling and witty drama, will feature performances of Bernard Herrmann's music by the brilliant BBC Concert Orchestra. Writer: Andrew McCaldon worked with the BBC as a key creative on Ten Pieces, for which he wrote a series of acclaimed films and BBC Proms concerts. He has also combined music and drama in numerous shows for the BBCCO, BBCSO and the BBC Singers. Other recent writing work includes: Wemba's Dream, a community music-drama event with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, for which Andrew acted as Creative Director (2021); Abracadopera!, an original TV opera-comedy-drama, created and written by Andrew for English National Opera and broadcast on Sky Arts and Sky Kids (June 2022); and Gnomus, a site-specific play for Puppets With Guts staged at Stonehenge (April 2022). Cast & Performers: Tim McInnerny has just finished filming One Day for Netflix and plays the lead role in the forthcoming film Killers Anonymous. He can be seen in Ten Percent, the UK version of Call My Agent and also appeared in Game of Thrones. Toby Jones can be seen in The English for the BBC. Other work includes Jon S. Baird's Tetris for Apple TV and Sam Mendes's film Empire of Light, due for release in January. He will also appear in the forthcoming Indiana Jones film. Joanna Monro has been a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company several times. Her TV credits include Doctors and Doctor Who. She was a presenter on That's Life and her theatre credits include Blood Brothers and Mamma Mia! Tara Ward has worked in film, television, stage and radio. Recent appearances were in the film Justice League and Sky TV's Riviera. She played Mrs March in Radio 4's Little Women. Tara has written a number of books on personal development. Jonathan Forbes played the lead role in the film Conspiracy of Silence. TV highlights include Hornblower, Foyle's War and Black Mirror. He played Sharon Hogan's brother in Catastrophe for Channel 4. He also starred in Radio 4's returning series Tracks. The BBC Concert Orchestra appears on Radio 2's Sunday Night Is Music Night as well as exploring music from classical to contemporary on Radio 3. Soundtracks include Blue Planet and Serengeti for BBC 1 and in February it worked with over 20 artists for Radio 2's Piano Room Month. It appears annually at the BBC Proms and at London's Southbank Centre. The Conductor, Ben Palmer is Chief Conductor of the Deutsche Philharmonie Merck in Darmstadt and Babylon Orchester Berlin and Artistic Director of Covent Garden Sinfonia. He is one of Europe's most sought-after specialists in conducting live to picture. Next year he conducts the German tour of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens. Production Team: Directed by Tracey Neale Produced by Neil Varley & Tracey Neale Production Co-Ordinators, Ben Hollands, Ayesha Labrom & Hannah O'Reilly Technical & Outside Broadcast Team: Chris Rouse, Alison Craig, Gilly Chauhan, Simon Nicklinson and Jon Wilson
En entrevista con Óscar Palacios, Jorge Raziel Claudio, hijo de Jorge Claudio, quien vendía tamales y murió atropellado en Cuautitlán, habló de la marcha a que convocan por la liberación del conductor que en estado de ebriedad atropelló a su padre.
Coincidentally, this interview with American conductor Garrett Keast appears exactly a year since our last episode together. 27 December seems to be our anniversary! In this conversation, we catch up on some of the exciting plans for the Berlin Academy of American Music in 2023 (and 2024 ....).This second conversation gives me the chance to feature more of the music form the BAAM 2021 album Transatlantic.Thanks to Garrett for allowing me to play extracts from Transatlantic alongside our conversation.Don't forget the Quincy Jones quote that sums up why I do this: "Imagine what a harmonious world it would be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing."Support the showThanks for listening to Harmonious World.Please rate and review wherever you find your podcasts - it really helps.Follow me on instagram.com/hilseabrookFollow me on facebook.com/HilarySeabrookFreelanceWriterFollow me on twitter.com/hilaryrwriter
Tras darse a conocer que el conductor que atropelló y mató a un vendedor de tamales en Cuautitlán Izcalli, Estado de México, familiares del occiso manifestaron su repudio a la liberación del responsable. Humberto Padget analiza el caso y el estatus del responsable.
Jump back on board the Hot Mess Teacher Express as we dive headfirst into all the things that Jess would never do as a teacher. Get first-hand experience on topics like homework, parent interactions, bathroom policy, teaching to a moment, flaunting school spirit, and more as Jess provides her insight and guidance. She will leave you feeling inspired at the end of the show with a quick reminder about the dangers of comparison. Listen to the all-new season of the Hot Mess Teacher Express wherever you stream your podcasts and PLEASE don't forget to subscribe/follow and leave a review! Listen now: Apple: http://apple.co/3s5eDEc Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3vMwuSA Follow us: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hotmess_teacherexpress Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/255523086174134 About this podcast: The day-to-day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists, and just need a laugh or a moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun, and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ksenija Komljenovic and Liana Pailodze Harron of Vesna Duo stop by to talk about their (then) upcoming performance of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring at PASIC 2022 and the origins of their version of the work (05:35), the challenges of arranging this, along with comparing to the two-piano version of the same work (20:40), the intense experience of recording their album (29:25), piano and percussion as a genre, and the popularity of their version (38:50), and the origins of their duo name, the strength of their partnership, and shooting photos in NYC (48:10).Finishing with a Rave on the documentary The Conductor (58:45).Links:Vesna Duo websiteThe Rite of Spring - Vesna DuoKsenija Komljenovic's appearance on the podcast in 2020Ksenija Komljenovic's websiteLiana Pailodze Harron's websiteMitya NilovThe Rite of Spring - 2 piano version (Lucas and Arthur Jussen)Michael BurrittIvan Trevino on the podcast in 2022Concerto No. 1 for marimba - Ney RosauroVesna: Goddess of Spring“The Ever Evolving Etude” - Avishai CohenRaves:The Conductor trailer
Let's hear it from conductors! In an occasional departure from the usual A Stick with a Point format I've been interviewing a few of my conductor friends and getting their thoughts on the state of the business and what the future might hold, as well as a few more practical matters; “What is the role of an orchestra in a community? How do orchestras in different parts of the world survive and get their funding? Will there be an audience for symphonic music in the future and how do we nurture it? Is the notion of ‘relevance' a transitory red herring? My first guest is the wonderful James Judd whose views are not only well considered but inspiring and, well full of that much-overlooked attribute, “common sense”. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I hope you do too!
El Senado ha votado este jueves la reforma de los delitos de sedición y malversación, un proceso en el que Edmundo Bal, portavoz de Ciudadanos, asegura que "no se ha respetado el derecho de los parlamentarios a participar en un proceso legislativo", al tramitarse a través de enmiendas. "Cuando quitas el delito de sedición, estás quitando la defensa penal de la Constitución", añade. Bal compara los discursos de políticos independentistas catalanes durante el procés con afirmaciones del actual Gobierno de España y defiende la actuación del Tribunal Constitucional en la paralización de la reforma del sistema de elección: "Nos encontramos con tics claramente autoritarios". Tras enterarse de que Inés Arrimadas ha presentado sus listas para las primarias, carga contra su proceso de renovación: "Cuando te renuevas, lo nuevo tiene que tener un conductor nuevo". Afirma que la realidad del partido es "muy mala" y asegura que se presenta "como un revulsivo, como un cambio" frente a la "gente del aparato del partido". Escuchar audio
On today's masterclass, Relebogile Mabotja is joined by Richard Cock, The Conductor & Music Entrepreneur, looking at what is the story behind Christmas carols and some of the most popular Christmas carols.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's time for another episode of the Video Game Choo Choo Podcast. This week John sits down with Maverick to talk about the week in games. John finished Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and jumped into A.I. The Somnium Files: Nirvana Initiative while Maverick played some of the Street Fighter 6 Beta and more God of War: Ragnarok. In the news, Congress grilled game makers about extremism in the gaming space, Ash is no longer the protagonist of the Pokémon Anime, and John Carmack has left Meta. As always, you can support us on our Patreon, and follow us on Twitter @VGChooChoo, @john_michonski and @Mavsplainiamania Also, don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes, and tell a friend about the show! If you want to send in questions send them to our ask box at videogamechoochoo.tumblr.com/ask. You can also join our Discord channel at thegamezone.zone! Our theme song is “Crush” by Melt Channel, from the album Magic is Real.
This week, we are covering all the things that make teachers' skin crawl—all of our biggest pet peeves both in and out of the classroom. Everything from pencil wrappers to toxic coworkers, but ultimately respect. Listen to the all-new season of the Hot Mess Teacher Express wherever you stream your podcasts and PLEASE don't forget to subscribe/follow and leave a review! Listen now: Apple: http://apple.co/3s5eDEc Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3vMwuSA Follow us: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hotmess_teacherexpress Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/255523086174134 About this podcast: The day-to-day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists, and just need a laugh or a moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun, and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When COVID-19 caused schools to keep students of all grades at home, those arguably most disadvantaged by this were musicians. Many barriers stood in the way of getting students back in the music room: aerosolization from instruments and voice, close proximity between students, secretions from brass instruments, and antiquated ventilation systems in thousands of school buildings. Early projections indicated that musicians would not get back in the room for 2 YEARS! Well, that didn't happen, and our guests are a huge reason why. Steven and Yasi talk to Dr. Mark Spede, Director of Bands and Conductor of the Symphonic Band at Clemson University, and Dr. James Weaver, Director of Performing Arts and Sports for the National Federation of State High School Associations. These two gentlemen collaborated on expedient and collaborative research that helped crack the code on how to play music in a post-pandemic school environment. To read more on their groundbreaking research, go to https://www.nfhs.org/articles/unprecedented-international-coalition-led-by-performing-arts-organizations-to-commission-covid-19-study/For more on National Federation of State High Schools' online education platform, go to https://nfhslearn.com/For more resources, go to https://athletesandthearts.com/Bios: Dr. James Weaver is the Director of Performing Arts and Sports for the National Federation of State High School Associations. He has been a teacher and administrator at the district, state, and national level. As the Director of Performing Arts and Sports, Dr. Weaver oversees student participation, professional development, and awareness of performing arts activities throughout the nation's 19,500+ high schools. Dr. Weaver has been a part of several national projects for performing arts educators including serving as the co-chair of the International Performing Arts Aerosol Study, creating copyright compliance resources, and developing national trainings for performing arts adjudicators. He most recently became the President of the National Music Council (NMC) in the Fall of 2021. Dr. Weaver specializes in educational administration and leadership focusing on professional development and teacher job satisfaction and retention. Dr. Weaver has degrees from Concordia College - Moorhead, Northern State University, and the University of South Dakota.Dr. Mark J. Spede is Professor of Music, Director of Bands, Director of Tiger Band, and Conductor of the Symphonic Band at Clemson University. He is the recipient of the Clemson University 2009 Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching (College of Architecture, Arts, and Humanities), and three Clemson University Board of Trustees Awards for Faculty Excellence (2008, 2009, and 2012). He has served the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) in a number of capacities; he is currently national president. Dr. Spede previously served on the faculties at the University of Texas and the University of Florida and has degrees from the University of Michigan, Ball State University, and the University of Texas.
Catch up with the No Simple Road crew as they discuss everything from the music scene, family life, show recaps & reviews, spirituality, psychedelics, and everything in-between!In this week's rewind we hear from the crew about their perspectives as the year comes to a close, The Conductor shares some of his personal struggles over the last couple of months, we get a chance to catch up with Mel and and check-in with her and hear how she's feeling, and we have a special announcement from Apple about a new endeavor. Then, we are joined by our Sister Beadwork Jenny and her amazing Husband Brady to talk about her new book 'Speaking In Beads - Living Artifacts'.Help support our Sister and the NSR Family by pre-ordering the book now at: www.beadworkbyjenny.netNo Simple Road Intro Music Created By ESCAPERFREE SHIPPING from Shop Tour Bus Use The PROMO CODE: nosimpleroadFor 20% off Sunset Lake CBD PROMO CODE: NSR20Make Sure to visit our friends at Fire On The Mountain for some amazing food at one of the 3 location in the Portland area or one of the 2 location in the Denver area!Check out the exclusive, limited edition SMARTWOOL / GRATEFUL DEAD collaboration HERE!!! Jus tin time for the holidaze!MUSIC IN THE COMMERCIALS BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF:CIRCLES AROUND THE SUNOUTRO MUSIC BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF:CHILLDREN OF INDIGONo Simple Road is part of OSIRIS MEDIA. Osiris Media is the leading storyteller in music, combining the intimacy of podcasts with the power of music.We inform and delight music fans by creating shows with leading artists, telling untold stories, and working with brands to craft compelling narratives that bring music to life.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/nosimpleroad. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Book Vs. Movie (2019 Replay) The Polar ExpressThe Margos take a wild ride into the classic 1985 children's book and compare it to the 2004 Robert Zemeckis Film. It's our last new episode of the year, and we had to celebrate with one of our most requested titles ever--The Polar Express from author/illustrator Chris Van Allsburg. The book has sold millions of copies since its 1985 release (one million by 1989 alone!), and it's only 32 pages, so we only have a few beautiful things to say about it. But what about the 2004 film starring Mr. Tom Hanks? We have feelings about this movie, kids--and we want to know what YOU think in the comments below. So between the book & movie--which did we like better? Have a listen to find out! In this ep the Margos discuss:Chris Van Allsburg's amazing careerThe basic differences between the book & movieThe cast of the movie Tom Hanks ( Hero Boy, Father, Santa Claus, Conductor, and Hobo,) Leslie Zemeckis (Mother, Sister Sarah,) Eddie Deezan (Know-It-All,) Nona Gaye (Hero Girl,) Peter Scolari (Billy-Lonely Boy,) and Micheal Jeter (Smokey.)Clips Featured:The Polar Express trailer“When Christmas Comes to Town” (Glen Ballard & Alan Silvestri)“Rocking on Top of the World” by Steven TylerOutro music “Believe” by Josh GrobanJoin our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/ Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.com Email us at email@example.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.org Margo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/
EPISODE 80: Roger Neill is a film and television composer, best known for his scores for the films “20th Century Women,” “Don't Think Twice,” “Beginners,” and his work on television series such as Amazon's “Mozart in the Jungle,” CBS's “Mom” and the long-running Fox animated series “King of the Hill.” Most recently, he composed the score for “Darby and the Dead,” which is now streaming on Hulu. Neill, who holds a PhD from Harvard in music, has a vast award-winning music catalog, including the scores to more than twenty feature films, hundreds of television episodes, video games, commercials, and an opera. rogerneill.comContact us: makingsoundpodcast.comFollow on Instagram: @makingsoundpodcastFollow on Twitter: @JannKloseBandJoin our Facebook GroupPlease support the show with a donation, thank you for listening!
Oh my goodness! Scoot over and make room on the Story Train because we have a VERY special passenger joining us today. It's Santa Claus! For the next couple of weeks he is taking over as the CONDUCTOR of the Story Train. After all, no one knows more holiday tales than Santa Claus!If you like stories, search for GoKidGo wherever you listen and you'll find lots of adventures. And if you love meeting Mr. Kazoo and want to help fight Dr. Stinky Breath and the Purple Ninjas, be sure to listen to Kids Short Stories and Spyology Squad from our friend Mr. Jim, wherever you get your podcasts!
What do faculty do during breaks? Travel? Video games? Or do they not take a break and simply live in the School of Music?During today's podcast, Dr. Zaheri and Dr. Woosley had a surprise visit from a dear friend: one of their former graduate school professors who helped shape them into the teachers and people they are today.On TikTok? Be sure to give us a follow (@twomoodydoctors)!Email us (we love to hear from you): email@example.com Have a question or topic you wish to submit anonymously? You can use the form at this page: https://kevinwoosley.com/two-moody-doctors Submit as much as you wish!
Alexandre Da Costa is that rare classical musician - an internationally renowned violinist and conductor who does both at the same time. He's performed over 2000 concerts in over 30 countries with a host of major orchestras. He is the Music Director of the Longueuil Symphony and the Artistic Director of the Stradivaria Festival. And he plays a 1727 Stradivarius violin. We talk about learning and practicing piano and violin as a youngster, what it's like to play and conduct at the same time, the true role of a conductor in a symphony orchestra, and much more.My featured song is “Ma Petite Fleur” from the Spring Dance album by my band, Project Grand Slam. Spotify link here.“Dream With Robert Miller”. Click here.---------------------------------------------If you enjoyed the show, please Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Just Click Here.Alexandre and I discuss the following:Starting on piano and violinPracticingBecoming a conductorThe role of a conductorIn the Songfest portion we play and discuss:PachobelAmazing GraceShow Must Go On “Bobby M and the Paisley Parade” is Robert's forthcoming album. Featuring 10 new songs and guest appearances by John Helliwell (Supertramp), Tony Carey (Rainbow) and Deobrat Mishra, international sitar sensation. The album has been called “Album Of The Year!” (Indie Shark), “One of the great rock sets of the year!” (Big Celebrity Buzz), and “An adventure that keeps us on the edge of our seats!” (Pop Icon). The album has been praised by famous musicians including Steve Hackett of Genesis, Gary Puckett of Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary, Jim McCarty of The Yardbirds, and David Libert of The Happenings. The album will be released via Special Episodes of this podcast after the new year.“Live At SteelStacks” is the new 5-song EP by Robert and his band, Project Grand Slam. The release captures the band at the top of their game and shows off the breadth, scope and sound of the band. The EP has been highly praised by musicians and reviewers alike. Elliott Randall, of Steely Dan fame, the guitarist who recorded the unforgettable solos in ‘Reelin' In The Years', calls Live At SteelStacks “Captivating!”. Tony Carey, the incredible multi-talented artist who has produced Joe Cocker, Eric Burden and John Mayall, says “PGS burns down the house!”. Alan Hewitt of the Moody Blues says “Full of life!” Melody Maker says simply “Virtuoso musicians!”, and Hollywood Digest says “Such a great band!”. “Live At SteelStacks” can be streamed on Spotify, Amazon, Apple and all the other streaming platforms, and can be downloaded at The PGS Store.“All Of The Time” is Robert's most recent single by his band Project Grand Slam. It's a playful, whimsical love song. It's light and airy and exudes the happiness and joy of being in love. The reviewers agree. Melody Maker gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Pure bliss…An intimate sound with abundant melodic riches!”. Pop Icon also gives it 5 Stars and calls it “Ecstasy…One of the best all-around bands working today!”. And Mob York City says simply “Excellence…A band in full command of their powers!” Watch the video here. You can stream “All Of The Time” on Spotify, Apple or any of the other streaming platforms. And you can download it here.“The Shakespeare Concert” is the latest album by Robert's band, Project Grand Slam. It's been praised by famous musicians including Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad, Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March, Joey Dee of Peppermint Twist fame, legendary guitarist Elliott Randall, and celebrated British composer Sarah Class. The music reviewers have called it “Perfection!”, “5 Stars!”, “Thrilling!”, and “A Masterpiece!”. The album can be streamed on Spotify, Apple and all the other streaming services. You can watch the Highlight Reel HERE. And you can purchase a digital download or autographed CD of the album HERE. “The Fall Of Winter” is Robert's single in collaboration with legendary rocker Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March and formerly with Survivor. Also featuring renowned guitarist Elliott Randall (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers) and keyboard ace Tony Carey (Joe Cocker/Eric Burden). “A triumph!” (The Indie Source). “Flexes Real Rock Muscle!” (Celebrity Zone). Stream it on Spotify or Apple. Watch the lyric video here. Download it here.Robert's “Follow Your Dream Handbook” is an Amazon #1 Bestseller. It's a combination memoir of his unique musical journey and a step by step how-to follow and succeed at your dream. Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold. Audio production:Jimmy RavenscroftKymera Films Connect with Alexandre at:www.alexandredacosta.com Connect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:WebsiteFacebookLinkedInEmail RobertYouTube Listen to the Follow Your Dream Podcast on these podcast platforms:CastBoxSpotifyApple Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:WebsiteInstagramPGS StoreYouTubeFacebookSpotify MusicApple MusicEmail
It's Episode 420 so you know what that means. That's right, It's time for John, Lorelai, and Maverick to talk about the week in games. John's about to finish Xenoblade Chronicles 3 while Maverick has been digging into Need For Speed: Unbound. Lorelai has finally connected with a Pokémon game with Pokémon: Scarlet, Marvel's Midnight Suns, and Harvestella. In the news we go over The Game Awards, Microsoft getting sued by the FTC for the Activision merger, Microsoft voluntarily recognizing the Zenimax QA staff Union, and Yuji Naka getting arrested a second time for insider trading. As always, you can support us on our Patreon, and follow us on Twitter @VGChooChoo, @john_michonski, @ChorbySP, and @Mavsplainiamania Also, don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes, and tell a friend about the show! If you want to send in questions send them to our ask box at videogamechoochoo.tumblr.com/ask. You can also join our Discord channel at thegamezone.zone! Our theme song is “Crush” by Melt Channel, from the album Magic is Real.
Barry is joined on today's show by Lois Hoffman, Conductor of the Clarke County Community Band, and David Worthington, President and trombonist of the band. The conversation revolves around the Band's holiday concerts (Dec. 17, 7 p.m. at Clarke County High School, and Dec. 18, 7 p.m. at Shenandoah University's Armstrong Hall) as well as the 'fun' the Band offers amateur musicians and the community.
Hey all you hot messes! This week we talking about the things your classroom nightmares are made of with classroom horror stories. We unveil your blunders, mistakes, and embarrassments including losing your pants, hidden locker pets, wrong time - wrong place classroom walk ins, dad's adult magazines, bathroom accidents, and more that will have you "buzzing"! Trust me, you are going to want to hear these cringe-worthy stories from your colleagues and friends. Listen to the all-new season of the Hot Mess Teacher Express wherever you stream your podcasts and PLEASE don't forget to subscribe/follow and leave a review! Listen now: Apple: http://apple.co/3s5eDEc Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3vMwuSA Follow us: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hotmess_teacherexpress Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/255523086174134 About this podcast: The day-to-day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists, and just need a laugh or a moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun, and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/hotmessteacherexpressSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.