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Break It Down Show
Lawrence Loh - Symphoria and Conducting the Pops

Break It Down Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 67:27


Lawrence Loh - Symphoria and Conducting the Pops - Lawrence Loh, Music Director of Symphoria (Syracuse, NY), was named Music Director of the West Virginia Symphony commencing in the 2017-18 season. Mr. Loh concluded his 12-year tenure as Music Director of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic in 2017. Mr. Loh has had a decade-plus association with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra where he currently leads annual pops and other select programs. The link for Macon Pops is: Joining Pete A Turner on the Break It Down Show is co-host and fellow Benician Steve Moretti.  Steve has been a guest on BIDS previously...and helped establish the Macon Pops. This episode is the first in our series of 6 shows are creating as a suite for Dr. Robert Greenberg. He is our friend, and we wanted to create some beauty, musical knowledge and smiles to honor what he does for all of us. We love you Dr BOB!!! Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show  All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show!   For the  of this episode head to  Haiku Lawrence Loh directs His life is a symphony Music connects us   ​Similar episodes: Vincent Darby  Perttu Polonen  Janeshia A. Ginyard  Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD.  Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner  Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev  Writer: Dragan Petrovski  The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.

From Studio to Stage
Putting Together a Live TV Special with 40+ Musicians in Just a Few Weeks: Interview with Keith Everette Smith

From Studio to Stage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 55:05


What goes into being a musical & exec producer for a live TV special? How do you manage 40+ musicians on stage? And how do you plan and prepare for it all within just a few weeks?Keith Everette Smith is here to break it all down for us. Keith and I have been friends for long enough to make us both feel old, and he recently invited me to run playback for a live TV special that he was producing — A Chaotic Christmas and K-Love Turns 40.The event was a blast, but there were only a few weeks to prepare for it. From arranging all the songs, preparing for the event, running rehearsals, and actually putting on the show, you'll hear Keith break down his process and how he managed the whole thing.We cover things like:His organization and planning processHow he got stems from the original recordsRehearsing and prepping with so many different artists and musiciansThe challenges & stress on the day of the eventAnd a whole lot moreAlso, I put together an entire course breaking down my playback setup for this gig. You'll learn about my rig, how I prepped for rehearsal and quickly edited things on the spot, and even watch me build the entire set in real-time (including the frustrating, pull-my-hair-out moments). Check it out here

The Curiosity Hour Podcast
Episode 226 - Allegra Hernandez(The Curiosity Hour Podcast by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund)

The Curiosity Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 60:08


Episode 226 - Allegra Hernandez. Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Allegra Hernandez. Allegra Hernandez is a musician, guitarist, and songwriter from Des Moines, IA. Allegra lets the music speak for itself with intricate dynamics and rich, melodic, guitar on top of heartfelt vocals containing elements of alt-rock, melodic hooks, and splashes of technical skill. They tap into a realm of musical versatility, showcasing many different sides to their songwriting, instrumental composition, and live performance. Strong songwriting and vocals are combined with exceptional guitar playing, big chunky distortion, searing leads, and first-person vignettes. Allegra released their first full-length LP Gift Exchange in November 2022. Allegra plays with bandmates Vimka Nochvay on bass, Aaron Larimer on drums, and is newly joined by Ayla Billick on guitar. You can find Allegra's music on major streaming platforms and Bandcamp. @allegrahernandezmusic on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook. @allegrarocks777 on Twitter. Website: allegrahernandezmusic.com Aside from being a performing musician, Allegra is also a music instructor and teaches guitar and bass lessons. They are the Music Director at School of Rock West Des Moines and oversee the school's music curriculum and programming while making sure students are receiving a great education. Allegra works seasonally with a local non-profit organization, Girls Rock! Des Moines (https://www.girlsrockdsm.org), in the summers as a guitar instructor and band coach. As a non-binary and queer individual, Allegra is passionate about uplifting, supporting, and celebrating LGBTQ+ youth. Note: Guests create their own bio description for each episode. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is listener supported! The easiest way to donate is via the Venmo app and you can donate to (at symbol) CuriosityHour (Download app here: venmo.com) The Curiosity Hour Podcast is available free on 13 platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, Soundcloud, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Podbean, PlayerFM, Castbox, and Pocket Casts. Disclaimers: The Curiosity Hour Podcast may contain content not suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion advised. The views and opinions expressed by the guests on this podcast are solely those of the guest(s). These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Curiosity Hour Podcast. This podcast may contain explicit language. The Public Service Announcement near the end of the episode solely represents the views of Tommy and Dan and not our guests or our listeners.

Sacramento Bishops Hour
Jennifer Campbell, Dr. Donald Kendrick

Sacramento Bishops Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 60:21


Jennifer is the Director of Camp Pendola  Dr. Kendrick is the Music Director for Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra

Choir Fam Podcast
Ep. 38 - Publishing Considerations for the Aspiring Composer - Reginald Unterseher

Choir Fam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 44:54


"I was in this limbo place, and I took a church job and a community chorus job. [I thought,] 'I need a piece that does this thing, and I can't find one, so I might as well just write it.' I discovered that I really liked it. It became central to me fairly quickly. Writing has always been a fairly need-driven activity rather than something that I just did off the top of my head."Reginald Unterseher is Music Director and Composer-in-Residence at Shalom United Church of Christ, Richland, Washington. His works are published by Oxford University Press, Walton Music, MusicSpoke.com, and his web site, as well as in the Justice Choir Songbook.He was the Washington State Music Teacher's Association's “Composer of the Year” for 2013. Mr. Unterseher's compositions are regularly performed throughout the world and have been featured at regional and national ACDA and NAfME conventions in the US as well as at Carnegie Hall in New York City.Reginald Unterseher has always been drawn to composing pieces about the natural world and current events. His career path has careened between being a ski instructor, an opera and music theater performer, an at-home dad to three children, a conductor, and voice teacher. He has served WA ACDA and NW ACDA in several R&R roles over the last 20 years. He is a founding member of Northwest Choral Publishing. Reg has had more of his compositions performed in a nuclear reactor than any other composer in history, living or dead. He is originally from Walla Walla, Washington.To get in touch with Reg, you can visit his website, https://www.reginaldunterseher.com .Choir Fam wants to hear from you! Check out the Minisode Intro episode to hear how to share your story with us. Email choirfampodcast@gmail.com to contact our hosts.Podcast music from Podcast.coPhoto in episode artwork by Trace Hudson from Pexels

Podium Time
Conductors react to Tár - Jeremy and Luke discuss this year's most controversial musical movie

Podium Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 63:13


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

UpBeat from Everything Conducting
S4E9: Detroit Symphony CEO Erik Rönmark. Plus Ankush Bahl on the Perfect Conducting Video

UpBeat from Everything Conducting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 76:22


Hosts John Devlin and Enrico Lopez-Yañez are joined by Ankush Bahl in the 4/4 to discuss crafting the perfect audition video. Then, UpBeat welcomes Erik Rönmark, President and CEO of the Detroit Symphony. The discussion centers around community-focused programming, how to stand out as a young conductor, and a discussion of the search process for the DSO's new Music Director, Jader Bignamini. 

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Once to every Soul and Nation…” Sunday, January 15, 2023, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Their voices roll down through history -- cutting through like the thunder before a storm -- warning us, reminding us, showing us by the lives they lived/live that prophetic words can be met by life-changing deeds and that the future is not yet written, that there is another way. Ukrainian President Zelensky did that recently on a podium before the most powerful audience in the world.. and so did Martin Luther King some 60 years ago through his letter from inside a Birmingham, Alabama jail. Richard Davis-Lowell, Guest Preacher; Bill Lowell, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir led by Mark Sumner, Music Director; Eric Shackelford, Baritone; Kelvin Jones, Soloist; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Lyle Barrere, Sound; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Once to every Soul and Nation…” Sunday, January 15, 2023, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Their voices roll down through history -- cutting through like the thunder before a storm -- warning us, reminding us, showing us by the lives they lived/live that prophetic words can be met by life-changing deeds and that the future is not yet written, that there is another way. Ukrainian President Zelensky did that recently on a podium before the most powerful audience in the world.. and so did Martin Luther King some 60 years ago through his letter from inside a Birmingham, Alabama jail. Richard Davis-Lowell, Guest Preacher; Bill Lowell, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir led by Mark Sumner, Music Director; Eric Shackelford, Baritone; Kelvin Jones, Soloist; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Lyle Barrere, Sound; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Too Much Effing Perspective
TMEP Show Tribute: Jeff Beck gets in the pants of Spinal Tap's Music Director

Too Much Effing Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 7:08


Spinal Tap's Music Director CJ Vanston shares a personal Spinal Tap Moment about the time one of his guitar heroes, Jeff Beck, got into CJ's pants. Jeff Beck pass away on Tuesday, January 10, 2023. We hope this hilarious and heartfelt story brings a bit of levity to a sad moment for music fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Choir Fam Podcast
Ep. 37 - Grace and Grit in the Choral Classroom - Coty Raven Morris

Choir Fam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 47:05


"As someone who moves at a million miles per hour, choir -- music -- is the one thing that does make time stop for me. I knew that I needed to be in the arts. I have to be a teacher, I have to be a conductor, so that I can live in this endless moment that is quite finite but feels like infinity. I want to live in this forever."Coty Raven Morris  is a proud alumnus of Texas State University- San Marcos where she studied with Drs. Lynn Brinckmeyer, Jonathan Bacock, and Joey Martin. She received her Masters of Music in Choral Conducting from Michigan State University in the Spring of 2020 under Drs. David Rayl, Jonathan Reed, and Sandra Snow. She is currently the Visiting Assistant Professor of Choir, Music Education, and Social Justice at Portland State University. Prior to this, she was the Director of Choirs at Crosby High School in the Houston area and has served as the Outreach Choir Director at the MSU Community Music School and Music Director at Grand Ledge United Methodist Church. Her choirs received consistent Sweepstakes & Division I ratings at UIL and choral festivals.      Morris was the recipient of the Hays CISD Linebarger Academic Recognition Award for 2013 & Galena Park ISD's Dazzling Diamond Award in  2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018  for outstanding mentorship and leadership in her field. She is the Northwest Choral representative for the National Association for Music Education as well as the Community Choir Chair for Northwest  region of the American Choral Directors Association.A newly published author and composer, Morris is a sought after clinician and speaker across the country. She has recently served as the Clinician and Headliner for Florida ACDA, Washington MEA, and Minnesota ACDA as well as the Keynote speaker for the city of Lake Oswego's Juneteenth festival. Her future engagements include the Alaska All State Treble Choir and the Oregon Middle School Tenor Bass Choir. Morris has been a choir member of the South Texas Vocal Artists and Mirabai and has devoted over a decade of summers to working as a camp director at the Texas State, Northeastern and Lamar University summer camps.Coty Raven Morris the Founder of Being Human Together, a budding community rooted in music education  striving to normalize difficult topics in our field through conversation and connection. BHT seeks to discuss traditionally taboo topics like mental health, systemic oppression, diversity, and inclusivity.To get in touch with Coty, you can visit her website, https://cotyravenmorris.com or find her on Instagram and Tiktok: @cotyraven.Choir Fam wants to hear from you! Check out the Minisode Intro episode to hear how to share your story with us. Email choirfampodcast@gmail.com to contact our hosts.Podcast music from Podcast.coPhoto in episode artwork by Trace Hudson from Pexels

Composers Datebook
"Statements" from Copland

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 2:00


Synopsis In 1935 Aaron Copland finished a new orchestral work that was to be premiered by the Minneapolis Symphony and its young conductor Eugene Ormandy. The work was entitled Statements for Orchestra, and consisted of six short movements, each with a descriptive title, namely: Militant, Cryptic, Dogmatic, Subjective, Jingo, and Prophetic. The Jingo movement alludes to the popular tune Sidewalks of New York – where Copland completed the orchestration of his new score. The last two movements were premiered by the Minneapolis Symphony early in 1936, first on an NBC radio broadcast, then on one of the orchestra's subscription concerts. The conductor, however, was not Ormandy but rather Dimitri Mitropoulos, who would become the Music Director of the Minneapolis Symphony the following year. And it was Mitropoulos who would lead the first complete performance of all six of Copland's Statements on today's date in 1942 during a concert by the New York Philharmonic. The new piece got good reviews, and Copland quoted with pride one given by his friend and colleague Virgil Thomson, which called the music “succinct and stylish, cleverly written and very, very personal …“ Much to Copland's surprise this music never really caught on with orchestras or audiences. “To my disappointment,” wrote Copland, “Statements remains one of my lesser-known scores.” Music Played in Today's Program Aaron Copland (1900 –1990) Statements London Symphony; Aaron Copland, conductor. Sony 47232

City Dweller
Robbie Ellis: Comedy Songwriter, Music Director, Composer, Broadcaster, and New Zealander living in Chicago

City Dweller

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 24:08


Robbie Ellis is a presenter and producer for Chicago's classical music station, WFMT. He's been a teaching artist with The Second City, Chicago Opera Theater, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; and he's composed and MC'd musical comedy concerts for the Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago and Fourth Coast Ensemble. He is a music director for comedy theater, works as an event MC around town, and performs his comedy songs from the piano.

The KYMN Radio Podcast
Musician Talk with Liz Shepley, 1-1-23

The KYMN Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 52:02


Host Pauline Jennings talks with choral conductor, music teacher and artistic director LIZ SHEPLEY . She is Music Director for upcoming NEWSIES Jr at The Guild!! Tune in to gain some insights into Newsies Jr., find out about her musical journey, hear a couple tunes, discuss the music quote of the week, dish about her best gig/worst gig, and so much more!

First Church
Who is Judging you?

First Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 31:27


We are so excited to kick off 2023 with a message from Worship and Music Director, Grant Allen! If you want this year to be your best year yet, you won't want to miss the teaching in this encouraging and challenging message!

1080 KYMN Radio - Northfield Minnesota
Musician Talk with Liz Shepley, 1-1-23

1080 KYMN Radio - Northfield Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023


Host Pauline Jennings talks with choral conductor, music teacher and artistic director LIZ SHEPLEY . She is Music Director for upcoming NEWSIES Jr at The Guild!! Tune in to gain some insights into Newsies Jr., find out about her musical journey, hear a couple tunes, discuss the music quote of the week, dish about her

Day 6 from CBC Radio
Best pop music of 2022, Hamilton music director Alex Lacamoire, Springsteen's first manager Mike Appel & more

Day 6 from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 54:13


The Day 6 music panel runs down the best pop music of 2022, Hamilton's music director Alex Lacamoire, Bruce Springsteen's original manager Mike Appel on getting the Boss signed to CBS and more.

Too Much Scrolling
Extra Scrolling: Weird AL Radio is ON THE AIR

Too Much Scrolling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 14:22


BREAKING NEWS  EMERGENCY PODCAST KZ1043 has done the unthinkable and gone 24/7 “Weird AL” Right after we presented our favorite moments of 2022, the universe gave Steve a gift. On December 27, 2022 They switched the format of WKZG radio in Appleton, Wisconsin to all “Weird AL.” You can listen to it all across the US right now at https://www.kz1043.com/  The Station's Music Director, Eddie joins us with the Breaking News Show Notes: https://bit.ly/tmsweird22

Forward Launch Your SaaS | B2B Marketing & Growth for Startups
How trusting yourself and your team fuels company growth -- Kate Bradley Chernis, Co-Founder and CEO LatelyAI

Forward Launch Your SaaS | B2B Marketing & Growth for Startups

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 41:20


TIMESTAMPS03:00 - Why Kate's Dad told her that she couldn't work for other people anymore08:56 - The Art Of The Start by Guy Kawasaki11:20 - Her first angel investors12:50 - Walmart project that helps them to reach 130% ROI15:30 - The power of voice and copy18:00 - How Lately can help you get more out of your content24:00 - The mindset that helps them get 240% in monthly revenue28:40 - Finding a pure place31:00 - How opportunity and doors opened just by being herself35:00 - Be careful who you listen toGUEST BACKGROUNDKate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately – A.I that learns which words will get you the most engagement and turns your video, audio, and text into dozens of social posts containing those words. As a former rock 'n' roll dj, Kate served 20 million listeners as Music Director and on-air host at Sirius/XM. She's also an award-winning radio producer, engineer and voice talent with 25 years of national broadcast communications, brand-building, sales and marketing expertise. What she learned in radio about the neuroscience of music helps fuel Lately's artificial intelligence.Prior to founding Lately, Kate also owned a marketing agency that got Walmart a 130% ROI YoY for three years.MAIN INSIGHTTrusting your gut and being yourself opens opportunities for the company and builds more trust in your team.KEY TAKEAWAYSEverything is about emotionCreate and share the right mindset with your teamInvestors bets on your guts and not on the productBeing yourself means being more confident and creativePRACTICAL STEPSCreate and identify the environment where you can be creativeIdentify the uncomfortable situation and change itBe yourselfKnow when to listen and get feedback from other peopleTIPS FOR SUCCESSChoose the right feedback and people to listen toTrust your gut immediatelyTrust your team that they will accept whatever you say that comes out of your mindMORE FROM LATELY AILately's AI learns which words will get you the most engagement and repurposes video, audio, and text into dozens of social posts that contain those words. Learn more at lately.ai

Token Theatre Friends
Ep. 61: Musical Interpretation and Creation (Ft. Rona Siddiqui)

Token Theatre Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 30:31


In this episode, Jose speaks to Rona Siddiqui, the Music Director of A Strange Loop. A composer first, as she tells Jose, Siddiqui talks about what it was like to interpret Michael R. Jackson's award-winning music and the elements she played with in both the Off-Broadway and Broadway cast recordings. Siddiqui also speaks about the importance of honesty in storytelling and who she's looking forward to meeting at the Grammys, where the album is nominated for Best Musical Theater Album. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arts Interview with Nancy Kranzberg
129. Stéphane Denève: Music Director of SLSO

Arts Interview with Nancy Kranzberg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 14:18


Stéphane Denève, Music Director of SLSO, stopped by to speak with Nancy about the goings on at the symphony. ------ Stéphane Denève is Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Artistic Director of the New World Symphony, and from 2023 will also be Principal Guest Conductor of the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic. He recently concluded terms as Principal Guest Conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra and Chief Conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic, and previously served as Chief Conductor of Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (SWR) and Music Director of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. ------  Recognised internationally for the exceptional quality of his performances and programming, Stéphane Denève regularly appears at major concert venues with the world's greatest orchestras and soloists. He has a special affinity for the music of his native France, and is a passionate advocate for music of the 21st century. ------ 

FPCLG Sermon Blog
Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols 2022

FPCLG Sermon Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 27:51


Music Director, Jason Fahrenbach and Organist, Tyler Kivel combine their gifts to transform our congregation's music and worship experience.

Midday
Midday's 2022 Christmas Eve Special: our gift of word and song

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 49:30


Hello, and Happy Holidays! Welcome to the Midday Christmas Eve Special, with your host, Tom Hall. Today, we'll spend the hour listening to some music and some poetry of the season, plus, a story by Baltimore writer Rafael Alvarez. Here's a playlist of our selections, in the order you'll hear them in the program: MUSIC: I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In. A carol arranged by Robert Shaw and Alice Parker.(from a 2010 CD recording by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, "Christmas at America's First Cathedral," Tom Hall, conducting.) POEM: Ring Out Wild Bells, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (read by former Midday producer Cianna Greaves) MUSIC: A Clean Heart. A motet for a cappella chorus by James Lee, III. He's on the faculty of Morgan State University, and his music is performed all over the world. This is a setting of a text from the Psalms, Create in Me a Clean Heart. (from "Christmas at America's First Cathedral.") MUSIC: Ogo ni fun Oluwa, by the great African American composer Rosephanye Powell, sung by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. This is an African Praise Song, on a text from the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. The title means "Rejoice! Glory be unto the Lord." (from "Christmas at America's First Cathedral.") READING: "Aunt Lola," written and read by Baltimore writer Rafael Alvarez. MUSIC: Ring the Bells, by Rosephanye Powell, commissioned by Tom Hall when he was the Music Director of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. (from "Christmas at America's First Cathedral.") MUSIC: Have You Seen the Baby Jesus? by Rosephanye Powell, with soprano Janice Chandler Eteme. (from "Christmas at America's First Cathedral." READING: A Chinese proverb, read by Jamyla Krempel, digital editor at WYPR's partner news organization, the Baltimore Banner. MUSIC: Precious Gifts. Music by Dave Brubeck; text by his wife Iola. Most people know Dave as one of the most iconic pianists in the history of jazz. But Dave was also a frequent composer of choral music, in collaboration with Iola. This is one of their beautiful, a cappella gems, in its world premiere recording, featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. POEM: The Journey of the Magi, by T. S. Eliot. Read by Tom Hall. The poet was born in St. Louis in 1888, but he moved to Britain as a young man and eventually became an English citizen. POEM: "Twas the Night Before Christmas," by Clement Moore; a classic reading by Louis Armstrong.We hope you enjoy this hour of holiday inspirations. Thanks for listening!We wish you all a joyous holiday season, and a happy and healthy New Year! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UUABQ Voice
A Very Musical Solstice Service

UUABQ Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 72:42


Susan Peck, Music Director, and the Ministers The poet Wendell Berry writes, “To go in the dark with a light is to know the light./ To know the dark, go dark. Go without sight,/ and find that the dark, too, blooms and sings,/and is traveled by dark feet and dark wings.” Join us in celebrating the longest night of the year in this service featuring the Chalice Singers Choir, our band Spare Parts, Revs Angela and Bob, and Intern Minister Kristin Famula.

WPKN Community Radio
Spotlight On Arts & Culture | December 19, 2022 | Symphonic Changes

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 54:20


Spotlight On Arts & Culture | December 19, 2022 | Symphonic Changes Hosted by David Green of The Cultural Alliance Of Fairfield County. In our December broadcast, we talked to the leaders of four of the prestigious orchestras in our region about the changes happening with the orchestras. Meet Mark Halstead, Executive Director of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony, Russell Jones, President & CEO of Orchestra Lumos, Stuart Malina, Music Director of The Greenwich Symphony, and Jonathan Yates, Music Director of the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra. The Greater Bridgeport Symphony is auditioning conductors for its new Music Director; Orchestra Lumos, formerly the Stamford Symphony found its new Music Director, Michael Stern in 2019, and the Greenwich Symphony recently selected Stuart Malina as its new Music Director. Jonathan Yates, on the other hand, has been Music Director at the Norwalk Symphony and the Norwalk Youth Symphony since 2011. Hear how these orchestras found creative ways to respond to the COVID challenge to keep audiences connected, and how they continue to plan new ways of expanding their audiences and attracting new sponsors through increasingly creative and innovative programs.

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Annual Hanging of the Greens Service” Sunday, December 18, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream We will gather as a full community to build connection through the ritual of creating the greens for our sanctuary. In honor of the sacredness of each person born, we will create stars that highlight each of us that are present. Join us for a lovely tradition of joy and merriment. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Rev. Laura Shennum, Minister of Congregational Life; Dennis Adams, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Jon Silk, Drummer; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
Annual Hanging of the Greens Service

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 25:54


“Annual Hanging of the Greens Service” Sunday, December 18, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream We will gather as a full community to build connection through the ritual of creating the greens for our sanctuary. In honor of the sacredness of each person born, we will create stars that highlight each of us that are present. Join us for a lovely tradition of joy and merriment. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Rev. Laura Shennum, Minister of Congregational Life; Dennis Adams, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Jon Silk, Drummer; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Buffalo, What’s Next?
Buffalo, What's Next? | Producers' Picks

Buffalo, What’s Next?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 59:32


In our weekly “Producers' Picks” episode we bring you highlights of recent important interviews with: Ed Koban, Music Director of the Native American Music Awards and Mental Health Counselor, Hamadi Ali and Dao Kamara from the Providence Farm Collective, and April Baskin, Chair, Erie County Legislature.Thank you for listening to WBFO's Buffalo, What's Next?. The daily podcast will be taking a short break for the holidays and will return with new episodes on January 9th. While we are taking a break from producing new episodes, please continue to tune in to WBFO for encore presentations of some of our favorite episodes of Buffalo, What's Next?

The Manly Catholic
Ep 67 - Interview with Dr. Denis McNamara, Musical Wizard and Architectural Genius

The Manly Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 109:09


In this truly special interview, join Fr. Dom and James, as they welcome Dr. Denis McNamara to The Manly Catholic! Dr. Denis, or "D-Mac" as Fr. Dom knew him in seminary, is an Associate Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Beauty and Culture at Benedictine College. He holds a BA in the History of Art from Yale University and a PhD in Architectural History from the University of Virginia. From 2000 to 2019 he was a faculty member at the Liturgical Institute of the University of Saint Mary of the Lake. He served as Associate Professor of Sacramental Aesthetics, Academic Director, Liturgy Director, and Music Director.Dr. McNamara was bringing the heat and sweetness of music, architecture, and history in this action-packed episode. Learn how music is the most beautiful form of prayer, why the liturgy should be sung whenever possible, and how architecture should order the Church and our lives. Like what you heard? Maybe you just enjoy reading James's show notes? Please prayerfully consider supporting the podcast on our Patreon page. to help grow the show to reach as many men as possible! Thank you for your prayers and support.  Partners: Grab an amazing cup of coffee at CatholicCoffee.com! Use code Manly at check-out to get 15% off your order!  Rugged Rosaries started on a holy mission and continues to this day. They produce manly Rosaries that will withstand children's snot, getting caught on the door handle, and so much more! James finally found a Rosary that won't break on him. Use the special code: MANLY12 to get 12% off your order!  As always, please pray for us! We are men who are striving every day to be holy, to become saints and we cannot do that without the help of the Holy Ghost!  Get social with us: Subscribe to our YouTube page to see our manly and holy faces Contact us directly:themanlycatholic@gmail.comResources mentioned in the episode:Benedictine Collage Center for Beuty and CultureThe Liturgy Guys on Apple PodcastsPrayers for dedication of a ChurchTake courses at the Liturgical Institute Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy by Dr. DenisThe Symbolism of the Christian Temple by Jean HaniThe Divine Liturgy: Insights Into Its Mystery by Jean HaniSolemnities: Celebrating A Tapestry of Divine Beauty by Dr. DenisSupport the show

Follow Your Dream - Music And Much More!
Alexandre Da Costa - Internationally Renowned Violinist And Conductor. Music Director - Longueuil Symphony. Artistic Director - Stradivaria Festival. Talks About Practicing, The Role Of A Conductor, And Much More!

Follow Your Dream - Music And Much More!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 40:45


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

ArtScene with Erika Funke
Gerardo Edelstein; December 8 2022

ArtScene with Erika Funke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 8:23


Gerarado Edelstein, Music Director and Conductor of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, speaking with WVIA's Fiona Powell about the 2022 Holiday Concert, "Happy Holidays to All," at the Community Arts Center, 220 West 4th Street on Friday, December 9 at 7:30 pm. www.caclive.org/ or www.williamsportsymphony.org

Salt & Light Catholic Radio Podcasts
Morning Light - Jake Ineck (DEC. 8)

Salt & Light Catholic Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 12:09


     Morning Light chats with Jake Ineck, Music Director at Holy Apostles in Meridian.  On this day in which we observe the Immaculate Conception, Jake shares with us "Ave Maria” by Gregory Norbet. https://youtu.be/nQahqVCQz-A   

ArtScene with Erika Funke
Christopher Jackson; December 5 2022

ArtScene with Erika Funke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 31:20


Dr. Christopher Jackson, Music Director & Conductor of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, speaking about The Christmas Oratorio by Bach, Parts 4, 5 & 6, to be performed by the Bach Choir and the Bach Festival Orchestra and guest soloists, on December 10, 2022, at the First Presbyterian Church of Allentown at 4:00 pm (*note special time) and December 11 at the First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem at 4:00, with a chance to listen live online at bach.org/ Each concert will close with an invitation to the audience to join in the singing of carols. For more information: www.bach.org/

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Oh, Family” Sunday, December 4, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream We will spend hours basting a turkey or readying the house for guests, but often not even a few minutes preparing ourselves to be with them. Having just, perhaps, had some time with family, biological or chosen, and maybe preparing to be with family in the Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa seasons ahead, let's talk about family. How to be with Family: A core spiritual discipline of the holidays! Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Mari Magaloni Ramos, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Oh, Family” Sunday, December 4, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream We will spend hours basting a turkey or readying the house for guests, but often not even a few minutes preparing ourselves to be with them. Having just, perhaps, had some time with family, biological or chosen, and maybe preparing to be with family in the Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa seasons ahead, let's talk about family. How to be with Family: A core spiritual discipline of the holidays! Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Mari Magaloni Ramos, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

ArtScene with Erika Funke
Matthew Rupcich; December 2 2022

ArtScene with Erika Funke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 12:24


Matthew Rupcich, Music Director & Conductor of the Arcadia Chorale, speaking about the holiday concert, "A Koliada Christmas" from Eastern Europe, to be presented Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 7:30 pm at St. Luke's Church in Scranton, and Sunday, December 4 at 3:00 pm at St. Nicholas Church in Wilkes-Barre. For more information: www.arcadiachorale.org/

Worthiness Warriors
Episode 13: Cultivating a Passion that's Greater Than Your Fear with Guest EJ Harrison

Worthiness Warriors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 50:17


Chelsea and Kevin speak with poet, musician, teacher, and director of The Gay Men's Chorus Los Angeles, EJ Harrison about how music can heal you, using social justice as inspiration, moving through mental health challenges, and overcoming fears when it comes to something you're truly passionate about.  More about EJ: Ernest Harrison is a poet, musician, and teacher. He is a proud graduate of Tuskegee University (2010) where completed his Bachelor's in English Liberal Arts. He later received his Bachelor's in Vocal Performance from Auburn University (2014), where he studied voice with world-renowned composers/conductors Dr. Rosephanye and William Powell. He then received his Master's in Choral Conducting from the University of Missouri (2016) under the tutelage of Dr. R. Paul Crabb. Ernest is currently ADB, concluding his Doctoral studies in Choral Music at the University of Southern California under the direction of Dr. Jo-Michael Scheibe.  Ernest became a member of the international Grammy Award winning choral ensemble, Conspirare, in 2019. He was an associate conductor for the Grammy Award-winning National Children's Chorus (2017-2022) and conductor of the Pasadena Conservatory of Music's Cantare Chamber Choir (2019-2022). Ernest is now Music Director and Head of Education and Outreach of the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles. Ernest has also taught as an adjunct professor at Pepperdine College, the University of Southern California, and Columbia University. He is currently teaching Voice and Music & Social Justice at Loyola Marymount University. Ernest is dedicated to the fight for social justice, equity, and inclusion in the choral classroom, on the concert stage, and in the world. Whether it be as a conductor, composer, arranger, vocalist, choral clinician, poet, or lecturer, his passion for people is the guiding light in every facet of his music making. Instagram: @ej92187 Facebook: Ernest Harrison Gay Men's Chorus Los Angeles (for tickets and more info!): gmcla.org

The Hamilton Review
Troy Quinn: Conductor of the Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra

The Hamilton Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:31


This week on The Hamilton Review Podcast, Dr. Bob welcomes American conductor Troy Quinn to the show! In this conversation, Troy shares the details of his impressive musical and academic background as well as his deep love for music. Troy is the new conductor of the Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra and the city is excited to have him lead the beloved orchestra.  Don't miss this great conversation! American conductor Troy Quinn is quickly establishing himself as one of his generation's most versatile young artists. Lauded for his energetic and riveting, yet sensitive conducting, Quinn is in his sixth season as Music Director of the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra in Kentucky. He is also the Music Director of the Venice Symphony in Florida where he conducts both the classical and pops concert series. Quinn's engagements have included performances with many prestigious orchestras in the United States, including the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, and the Rhode Island Philharmonic, where he serves as the Summer Pops conductor. He is also the former Music Director of the Juneau Symphony. Since making his conducting debut with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in their young conductor preview, Quinn has been the recipient of numerous accolades, including awards from the Presser Foundation, Rislov Foundation, Anna Sosenko Assist Trust, and a Rhode Island Foundation grant for his contributions to the musical landscape in New England. Equally at home in the pops and commercial world, Quinn has performed and recorded with some of the most popular artists of our time, including The Rolling Stones, Barry Manilow, Lee Greenwood, Josh Groban, Jennifer Hudson, Rockapella, Michael Feinstein, and Linda Eder. As an accomplished vocalist, Quinn has also collaborated with such prominent maestros as Helmuth Rilling, Carl St. Clair, and Dan Saunders of the Metropolitan Opera. In addition to his concert work, Quinn has worked extensively in the television and recording industry, having made appearances on such hit TV shows as Fox's GLEE, NBC's The Voice, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno while recording on films like The Call of the Wild and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. He has also appeared at many of the world's major music centers and at such famed venues as the Hollywood Bowl and Walt Disney Concert Hall. A native of Connecticut, Quinn pursued a bachelor of arts degree from Providence College where he was the recipient of the Leo S. Cannon award for superior achievement in the music field. He went on to earn his masters degree with honors from the Manhattan School of Music, studying conducting with David Gilbert and voice with highly acclaimed Metropolitan Opera singer Mark Oswald. He completed his doctorate in conducting at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music, where he studied with Larry Livingston and Jo-Michael Scheibe and was awarded the outstanding doctoral graduate of his class. Quinn has participated in numerous masterclasses as a conducting fellow, attending conducting institutes at the Royal Academy of Music, Eastman School of Music, and Bard Conservatory of Music. He has been mentored by such renowned conductors as Benjamin Zander, Neil Varon, and Leon Botstein. Quinn serves on the conducting faculty at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music and has previously served as a faculty member at Providence College. How to contact Troy Quinn: Troy Quinn website How to contact Dr. Bob: Dr. Bob on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656

Classical 95.9-FM WCRI
11-27-22 RI Civic Choral & Orchestra - Conducting Conversations

Classical 95.9-FM WCRI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 47:44


The RI Civic Choral and Orchestra is the subject of this week's program with Dr. Joshua Rohde, Music Director. We talk about their upcoming concerts and listen to some of the music being presented on Saturday December 3rd at 7:30 PM, at St. Sebastian's Church in Providence and Sunday December 4th at 3 PM, at St. James Church, Manville. For more information you can call 401-521-5670, or go to www.ricco.org

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
After the OObleck" - A Forgiveness Ritual

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 27:38


“After the OObleck" - A Forgiveness Ritual” Sunday, November 20, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Forgiveness can be a sticky topic, especially when we refuse to grant forgiveness to ourselves or others. Let us gather this morning to hear a story about how messy and sticky it can get. Then, we can choose to participate in a forgiveness ritual to help us leave that stickiness behind. If you are attending virtually, please have a rock or stone with you as you watch. Rev. Laura Shennum, Minister of Congregational Life; Carmen Barsody, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Brielle Marina Neilson, Mezzo Soprano; Jon Silk, Drummer; Jon Silk, Drummer; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“After the OObleck" - A Forgiveness Ritual” Sunday, November 20, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Forgiveness can be a sticky topic, especially when we refuse to grant forgiveness to ourselves or others. Let us gather this morning to hear a story about how messy and sticky it can get. Then, we can choose to participate in a forgiveness ritual to help us leave that stickiness behind. If you are attending virtually, please have a rock or stone with you as you watch. Rev. Laura Shennum, Minister of Congregational Life; Carmen Barsody, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Brielle Marina Neilson, Mezzo Soprano; Jon Silk, Drummer; Jon Silk, Drummer; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Phillip Gainsley's Podcast
Episode 75: Giancarlo Guerrero is a six-time GRAMMY® Award-winning conductor and Music Director of the Nashville Symphony and NFM Wrocław Philharmonic. Enjoy our conversation about his personal history and his outstanding career.

Phillip Gainsley's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 72:10


The Digital Slice
Episode 74 - Jumpstart Your Organic Content With AI And A Human Touch

The Digital Slice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 47:21


Visit thedigitalslicepodcast.com for complete show notes of every podcast episode. In this episode of The Digital Slice Podcast, Brad Friedman and Kate Bradley Chernis chat about being a female CEO in a male-dominated world. And how to transfer the skills you learned being a line cook and a DJ into running a company that developed a product that helps businesses pump a ton of content out on social media. Kate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately – A.I. that learns which words will get you the most engagement and re-purposes video, audio and text into dozens of social posts containing those words. As a former rock 'n' roll DJ, Kate served 20 million listeners as Music Director and on-air host at Sirius/XM. She's also an award-winning radio producer, engineer and voice talent with 25 years of national broadcast communications, brand-building, sales and marketing expertise. What she learned in radio about the neuroscience of music helps fuel Lately's artificial intelligence. Before founding Lately, Kate also owned a marketing agency that got Walmart a 130% ROI YoY for three years. In addition, Kate's appeared as a guest speaker on hundreds of sales, marketing and entrepreneurial podcasts and has led presentations for Walmart, Ericsson, SAP, National Disability Institute, IRS, United Way Worldwide, SaaStr, SXSW, Content Marketing Institute, HubSpot, Hootsuite, Harvard University, Columbia University, NYU and others.

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
American Kantorei Presents J.S. Bach: Jesus as Our Prince of Peace

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 23:28


Dr. Maurice Boyer, Music Director of the American Kantorei, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the music of J.S. Bach and the American Kantorei's upcoming concert on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at 3:oo pm at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, including the theme of the concert of Jesus as our Prince of Peace, how J.S. Bach's cantatas teach us beautiful theology, and some highlights from each of the cantatas for the concert. Listen to the cantatas mentioned at the links below! Find American Kantorei online at americankantorei.org. BWV 116 "Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ" (You Prince of Peace, Lord Jesus Christ) - 25th Sunday after Trinity - youtu.be/-EwuuvsSMS0 BWV 77 "Du sollt Gott, deinen Herren, lieben" (You shall love the Lord your God) - 13th Sunday after Trinity - youtu.be/5674HbEJQaQ BWV 67 "Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ" (Keep in mind Jesus Christ) - Quasimodogeniti (the 1st Sunday after Easter) - youtu.be/YsTYtlpRVkQ

Experience The Buzz
103 RYAN BIGELOW -- 20-Year Old Gen Z Entrepreneur

Experience The Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 64:52


RYAN BIGELOW is wise beyond his years. At 20 years of age, Bigelow is a great representation for the Gen Z entrepreneur. Take note. A Sacramento native, but now a resident of sunny San Diego, here is what Bigelow has on his resume. Part of Juice Plus, The Move Club, Krav Maga Academy, Personal Training, Bodybuilder, Point Loma Nazarene Media Services and Chapel Tech. One more. Music Director at Emmanuel Anglican Church. Wow! How does he do it? Today is your day to find out.HOST STEVE BUZZARD on Ryan |  "It still blows my mind that Ryan is only 20 years old. You will have fun when we get to the part when he shares his daily schedule. That's all you need to know. I am proud of Ryan and know that will continue to do big things and make a difference in this world."  Our conversation hits TWO areas: SEGMENT 1  ★ | Ryan takes us through his journey. We start from the beginning and see how going from a small pond at Sacramento Waldorf to the big sea of Jesuit High School shaped him. Bigelow shares his journey with athletics as well as his big jump to college in Southern California. We begin to speak about being an entrepreneur and how that came at an early age.SEGMENT 2  ★  | Begins with where Ryan is currently with his multitude of projects as a 20-year old living in Sunny San Diego. Ryan breaks down some cool things including his schedule (it's packed) as well as his thoughts about being a young Gen Z entrepreneur. Must listen, especially for you young entrepreneurs out there.Our Connection |  Ryan stepped into my Buzzardball Summer Basketball Camp as a 4-year old basketball phenom (HaHa!). The kid loved basketball and attended my camp for his K-8 years. In addition, he became an assistant coach at my staff. He is a natural leader and natural with kids. It has been fun watching him grow up.The video version of this episode is ALSO AVAILABLE on YOUTUBE.  Check it out and be sure to SUBSCRIBE (this will allow you to get notified of ALL new ETB episodes as they are released) -- ETB with  Ryan BigelowENJOY THE TALKING STORY!

Worshipology with Kurtis Parks
Tyler Buisch on the role of a Music Director, using tracks, cover songs in church, and creating a volunteer culture of excellence

Worshipology with Kurtis Parks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 41:03


In this conversation, KP sits down with the music director of Mosaic Christian Church in Baltimore, MD to talk about the role of an MD in a worship context, how to get volunteers to buy in to a culture of excellence, and the role cover songs play in attracting lost people to Jesus.  Connect with Tyler: Instagram - @tybuisch Connect with KP & Worshipology: Get the book - www.worshipologybook.com The Worshiplogy Community (coaching for worship leaders) - https://bit.ly/3cUYGhj  

Miss Indepodcast
Interview with Jason Halbert

Miss Indepodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 77:21


He's back! Kelly Clarkson's Music Director and band leader for My Band Y'all, Jason Halbert, joins us to talk about his and Jaco Caraco's new project, "Kellyoke Afterparty." Plus, we get exclusive insights into the making of When Christmas Comes Around and Kellyoke, a few nuggets about the new album, and creating the daily Kellyokes on The Kelly Clarkson Show. You don't want to miss this episode!

Phillip Gainsley's Podcast
Episode 74: Musician/Pianist Anita Ruth has been active in the Twin Cities theater and music circles for over 50 years. After serving as music director for over 80 shows at the Chanhassen Dinner Theaters, she has led a varied and exciting life as a freela

Phillip Gainsley's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 63:38


Girls Just Pod To Have Fun
Jason Halbert: Working With Kelly Clarkson, The Road vs. TV, & Balancing Success & Hardships

Girls Just Pod To Have Fun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 64:53


S4:E121: We are lucky enough to call today's guest one of our best friends. You can see Jason Halbert on TV every day performing on The Kelly Clarkson Show where he is the music director. We met Jason when we were hired as Kelly's touring backup singers back in 2006. Jason is brilliant, humble, wise, generous, and incredibly talented, and we loved having the chance to sit down and talk with him about life, music, hardships, success, and so much more on today's show. You are going to love this conversation!  instagram.com/jasonhalbert @jasonhalbert This week's fav find: Cooking with Lori (@cookingwithlori) Songs on Repeat Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/75lzjrQWtvjxEPDj0wuEKS?si=72e1fa96fa484213 615-592-5777 www.instagram.com/jillandkate www.jillandkate.com www.facebook.com/jillandkate www.twitter.com/jillandkate

Brian Breaks Character
#88 Broadway Music Director Brad Haak on Collaboration as a Creative Superpower

Brian Breaks Character

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 48:06


I'm giddy about today's guest on the podcast: Broadway Music Director BRAD HAAK. Why??? Original Music Director for Broadway shows like Mary Poppins, An American in Paris, and Lestat… He continues to create world-class musical theatre through arranging & conducting. He's my best-est friend. We met at Northwestern (I've known him for 28 years) so you know I get him to spill allllllll the tea on the famous peeps he works with, including... Beyoncé, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Stephen Sondheim, and Audra McDonald... just to name a few! They've been awarded a total of 62 Grammys, 15 Tonys, and 4 Academy Awards – not bad company to keep!  We shared a 500 sq foot apartment in NYC on the corner of 29th Street & 10th Avenue for 7 years ← BEFORE The High Line, and BEFORE it was cool to live there.