Podcasts about historical performance

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  • May 11, 2020LATEST



Best podcasts about historical performance

Latest podcast episodes about historical performance

Harmonia Early Music
Viols, Vinci & Vittoria

Harmonia Early Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 7:00

Three strands are braided together into this episode of Harmonia Uncut: copies of viols from Lombardy performing music from Lombardy that sets spiritual sonnets written by the first published female poet.

So Many Wrong Notes
S3, episode 34: Rhetoric!

So Many Wrong Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2019 49:16

Jeannette interviews Francis on Rhetoric in Music for a look into the origins and philosophies of it in historical performance, and how musicians today can apply it to their own performances.

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft
Promoting Music with Clay | Marc Armitano Domingo | Episode 482

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2018 38:55

Marc Armitano Domingo was born in Northern California. He spent his childhood traveling to Venezuela where his parents are from and fell in love with Baroque music from a young age. His Grandparent & apos;s house was covered in Venezuelan art, Bromeliads, and a vast collection of Orchids on their roof. His passion for Baroque music led him to study Historical Performance on Viola da Gamba where he learned more about Baroque and Renaissance art and especially ornamentation. In Baroque music, pieces are usually left quite bare and minimal and it is up to the performer to add expression, graces, trills, and other agrément. In this style, Marc uses simple forms and adds appliqués, etchings, and other decorating techniques to create variety and beauty in a piece. Most of his work has some sort of utilitarian purpose.

So Many Wrong Notes
Season 3 – episode 27: Aisslinn the Rockstar, part 1

So Many Wrong Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2018 34:03

Franny and I interview the brilliant Aisslinn Nosky, the baroque violinist extraordinaire whose electrifying performances get everyone buzzing. She has coming to Garth Newel Music Center for the past three summers to lead our Emerging Artist Fellows in a baroque … Continued

So Many Wrong Notes
S2, episode 16: Joe Gascho-part 1

So Many Wrong Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2017 39:54

Harpsichord phenom Joe Gascho may be uncomfortable with me introducing him as an awesome person, but he’s just going have to be ok with it, because if anyone is deserving of the title, it’s him. Find out why in this … Continued

The Early Music Show
Florilegium - 25th Anniversary

The Early Music Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2016 28:00

Lucie Skeaping chats to the award-winning flautist and recorder player Ashley Solomon, professor and Head of Historical Performance at the Royal College of Music and director of the ensemble Florilegium. The group, founded in 1991, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. In the last quarter of a century, Florilegium has toured worldwide, released an impressive number of recordings and embarked on a fascinating (and ongoing) project working with native Indians in Bolivia. The programme includes excerpts from some of Florilegium's recordings including music by Bach, Telemann, Haydn, Monteclair, Couperin, Pergolesi and the Bolivian composer Roque Jacinto de Chavarria.

In Conversation: Guildhall School podcasts
2011-Music: Jane Booth on Faculty Artist Series

In Conversation: Guildhall School podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2014 11:03

Head of Historical Performance Jane Booth talks to us about the Faculty Artist recital on 16 November, and also updates us on future projects for the Historical Performance department. First published 16 November 2011.

Violin Adventures with Rachel Barton Pine
Episode 71: Barely Controlled Chaos – Maestro Michael Morgan

Violin Adventures with Rachel Barton Pine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2013 48:54

Episode 71: Barely Controlled Chaos – Maestro Michael Morgan   Upcoming Events: April 4 – master class and viola d’amore lecture/demo for the Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program   Inquiries from my Inbox:  Philip writes: “I honestly believe that the modern violinists exceed both the musical and technical abilities of the old (I am sure you have heard of the wax recordings of Brahms and Sarasate, etc.).”   Random Musical Thought: How is it possible to enjoy the musical interpretations of someone whom you don’t like as a person?   Main Topic: A conversation from 2008 with Michael Morgan, conductor of the Oakland East Bay Symphony and Sacramento Philharmonic. Maestro Morgan offers words of wisdom for orchestral string players, including to use less vibrato, play with more slides, have your own opinion and don’t be afraid to take risks. For more information about Michael Morgan, please visit http://www.morganorch.com   Total playing time: 00:48:53   SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST ON I-TUNES!   Would you like to be featured on Violin Adventures? Just send your question via text or as an MP3 attachment to rachelbartonpine@aol.com and listen for your answer on Inquiries From My Inbox!   Thanks for listening!   www.rachelbartonpine.com   www.twitter.com/rbpviolinist www.facebook.com/rachelbartonpineviolinist www.youtube.com/RachelBartonPine   Violin Adventures with Rachel Barton Pine is produced by Windy Apple Studios www.windyapple.com