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Girls Twiddling Knobs
{Bonus Episode} Teaching Women Music Technology [Part 1] Why Have We Failed (So Far)?

Girls Twiddling Knobs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 21:40


“Surely if women *really* wanted to record and produce music, they'd just get on with it like their male peers, right?” Well… Sadly it's not that simple. Today in 2023, women still are considerably outnumbered on music production programmes and in recording studios and are less likely to learn through free online resources, like YouTube, compared to their male contemporaries.It's true that women, in theory, aren't banned from taking part in these spaces. So, inside this BONUS podcast episode Isobel explores why the problem might not be lack of access. Instead, could it be a culture that lacks an inclusive approach? If so, what culture would enable women to better learn and thrive with music technology? EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS{0:00} Intro{07:47} How most music tech spaces have traditionally operated{19:55} Episode SummaryGrab your spot on Isobel's FREE Live masterclass ‘5 Simple Steps to Record Your Music from Home' >>[So they are easier to navigate, these references are not academically formatted]Annenberg Inclusion Initiative – Inclusion in the Recording Studio? >>Music Teacher Magazine – Only a quarter of A Level Music Technology students are female >>House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee Misogyny in Music Inquiry >>Written evidence from the Music Producer's Guild >>Technology and the Gendering of Music Education >>‘Women in Audio: contributions and challenges in music technology and production' >>Women Make Music 5 Year Report >>Register for the Home Recording Kickstarter: A LIVE 5 Day Challenge for Women In Music (Jan 27-31) >> https://femalediymusician.com/kickstarter Subscribe to the podcast wherever you're listening and don't miss an episode of Girls Twiddling Knobs ⚡️

The Music Educator Podcast
The Jazz Band Set-up

The Music Educator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 7:44


In today's episode we are going dive into the logistics of jazz band set-ups as well as provide a short history of jazz origins. Enjoy. Want to ADVERTISE your SERVICE or PRODUCT to a highly focused Music Education audience. Then ADVERTISE HERE!  https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=MUSICED Promo Code = MUSICED Do You Get Value From The Show? Consider Supporting the Show with a $3 Donation. https://glow.fm/themusiceducatorpodcast/

Two Moody Doctors
Episode 35: Struggle Meals (and Season 2 Launch!)

Two Moody Doctors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 15:38


Welcome to Season 2 of Two Moody Doctors!  We're so excited to continue this adventure with you all.  For the launch of season 2, our first two episodes were recorded live within our Life Wellness class at The University of Alabama School of Music!The topic of this recording?  College struggle meals.  So buckle up--this is a wild ride!If you wish to submit a topic, question, or idea (even anonymously, if desired), you may do so at https://kevinwoosley.com/two-moody-doctors  You may also email us at twomoodydoctors@gmail.com Keep being amazing!

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Orff Schulwerk & Movement with guest Beth Melin Nelson

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 53:18


In this episode I'm talking with Beth Melin Nelson about Orff Schulwerk. In our conversation we talk primarily about how movement and dance function as a part of the Orff approach and ways that you can incorporate movement into your lessons.  I had a spelling error while recording the podcast so please see corrected hashtags to follow below!  Also know that since 2018 many educators have stopped using the word "posse" and the AOSA hashtag has been changed from #OrffPosse to #OrffFam Resources mentioned in the podcast: American Orff Schulwerk Association Website: www.AOSA.org David's Twitter: @MakeMomentsMatt AOSA Twitter: @AOSA1968 Popular hashtags to follow #OrffSchulwerk #Orff #OrffFam #elmusiced #musiced #musiceducation

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Creating Rhythms and Poems for Children's Books

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 31:40


This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/23/23. This week I shared about how to create rhythmic poems and body percussion pieces to go along with books. If you're not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I'm using in class with my students.  I give a recap of my K-5 lessons and then do a deep dive about one grade level and share the books, instruments, songs, and process that I use to teach the lesson to kids.  This podcast episode contains all the audio from the Musical Monday video, but if you'd like to see a replay of the video itself you can follow this link to the archived video on YouTube.  Click here to see the Musical Mondays LIVE recap page where I share links to resources and ideas mentioned in the video.

A Voice and Beyond
#99. Historical Bias Against Popular Music Education Part I with Matt Edwards and Jacqlyn Zito-Edwards

A Voice and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 56:18 Transcription Available


This week on A Voice and Beyond, we have a very special episode lined up for you. This is part one of a two-part interview in which we welcome Matt Edwards and Jacqlyn Zito-Edwards, who have been working together and conducting ongoing research into the roots of academic bias against popular music.Jacqlyn is an adjunct assistant professor of voice for the musical theatre program at Shenandoah Conservatory and serves on the faculty at the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute. Matt has been working at Shenandoah University since 2010 as an Associate Professor, within the Voice and Musical Theatre departments. He is also the Coordinator of Musical Theatre Voice and Artistic Director of CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute.In this fascinating episode, Matt and Jacqlyn delve into the history of the classism and racism that was evident in American society during the late 19th century and into most of the 20th century. Matt and Jacqlyn explain that it is important to understand the history in order to unravel why the bias against popular music styles continues to perpetuate in higher education. Matt and Jacqlyn share with us that these biases have been handed down generationally, and contribute to the continued delay in expanding popular music education in higher education.Matt and Jacqlyn are advocating for change in the status quo of music education programs and believe that as a voice community, it is time to create change in the cultural hierarchy in voice education. As they explain, it's not a battlefield of pedagogical approaches, but of trying to gain a better understanding of the world we all work in now. This is a not to be missed interview with Matt and Jacqlyn.Please remember this is part one of a two-part interview with Matt Edwards and Jacqlyn Zito-Edwards. Next week, we will be proudly celebrating our 100th episode release and part two of this interview will go live the week following our special 100th episode.In this Episode1:16 - Introducing Matt and Jacqlyn11:27 - Transitioning from classical to teaching CCM26:34 - Bias in Popular music in High Education29:00 - The inspiration behind their research40:13 - Theodore Presser's impact on music publishing51:42 - Music enrolment is fallingFor more go to https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/99Like this episode? Please leave a review here - even one sentence helps!Follow me on Instagram.

The Teacher As...
Zooming In on Music Education with John Coffey

The Teacher As...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 33:05


Melissa chats with veteran elementary music teacher, John Coffey. They talk about the importance of music education, how students need to move and get their energy out in order to focus and learn among other topics.

Produce Like A Pro
Recording and Mixing Hip Hop Vocals: An Interview with Anthony Cruz (Meek Mill, J Cole, and more)

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 31:03


We love giving you all content from multiple genres of music production and today we have a video on Recording and Mixing Hip Hop Vocals with Anthony Cruz, a renowned producer who has worked with Meek Mill, Ricky Martin, Ne-Yo, Jessie J and many more. Anthony Cruz, an amazing recording and mixing engineer who's worked with some of the biggest names in the game like Meek Mill and J. Cole, lays down the knowledge on how he approaches recording and mixing hip-hop vocals. Check out this course on Mixing Hip Hop with Ariel Chobaz: https://promixacademy.com/course/mixing-hip-hop-with-ariel-chobaz/ Check out Anthony Cruz: New Mixtape: https://linktr.ee/flamerz5?fbclid=PAAaYybc7wUFpb8kdz2TilvWfMFD-vAJJMl8tNzpSVKwUOH-HgPP0X06g8xzc Website: https://www.breakitdwn.com Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!
E112: Live From My Drum Room With John Riley! 1-11-23

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 75:16


John's guest is world renowned drummer, educator and author, John Riley. John talks about his 30 plus years as the drummer with the legendary Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, his early studies with Joe Morello, and his long association with Manhattan School of Music. They also do a deep dive into John's new book, “The Master Drummer” and his previous best selling books “Art of Bop Drumming” and “Beyond Bop Drumming” which are considered classic and essential drumming resources. John also relates the incredible story of his audition for Frank Zappa and much more! https://linktr.ee/live_from_my_drum_room

Produce Like A Pro
Top 8 Free Tips to Improve Your Recording & Mixing Skills

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 22:58


Warren discusses his top 8 free tips to improve your recording and mixing skills Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro  

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Exploring Orff Schulwerk with guest Jennifer Donovan

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 57:43


What does it mean to be an "Orff teacher," how can you include pitched and nonpitched instruments into lessons, what are tips for teaching recorder, how about ideas about teaching on a cart?  I thought it would be fun to revisit a series of conversations I had with Orff specialists from 2018 where I explore those exact questions!  In this encore episode, I'm talking with Jennifer Donovan about the world of Orff Schulwerk.    Resources mentioned in the podcast: Windsongs Series Recorder Books: http://bit.ly/2FRbNO8 Chris Judah-Lauder Recorder Games: http://bit.ly/2pg2Wvh Everyday Recorder: Recorder Everyday: http://bit.ly/2FzgFIp

Band Room Podcast
BRP 87 | Ashley Killam & Carrie Blosser from Diversify the Stand

Band Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 70:56


First episode of 2023! We were delighted to chat with trumpeters, educators, and founders of Diversify the Stand, Ashley Killam and Carrie Blosser! We learned a little about how they got started in music, the zigs and zags to how they got where they are, what Diversify the Stand is all about/upcoming projects, working with living composers, life balance, and so much more!Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Store http://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorLake Superior Suite - Pancake Bay & Pukaskwa by Cait NishimuraPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorChasing Sunlight (Piano Version) by Cait NishimuraArranged and performed by Brian BarberEpisode LinksDiversify the Standhttps://www.diversifythestand.org/Learn more about Ashleyhttps://www.ashleykillam.com/Learn more about Carriehttps://www.carrieblosser.com/Support the show

Girls Twiddling Knobs
EP#74: How To Recession Proof Your Music Through The Power of Home Recording

Girls Twiddling Knobs

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 27:34


Have the last few months of financial insecurity made you question if you can keep investing in your music? Many musicians are having to make some tough decisions when it comes to basic living costs, let alone their music careers. But inside this episode, Isobel shares how having the ability to record and produce yourself will not only save you money but can make you money too.No, this isn't some pie in the sky, “Let's make a hit record, baby!” stuff. Making an income from your music isn't always straightforward and there's no sugar coating that. But having basic skills in recording and production is one of the best ways you can keep showing up as an artist, regardless of a global recession. Keep listening to find out how. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS{0:00} Intro{06:06} What is the financial situation here in the UK right now?{08:59} What are the financial challenges musicians are facing right now?{11:40} How does this affect women specifically?{17:26} How can you recession-proof your music?{23:42} Episode summary{24:34} How can you get financial help if you're struggling right now?{25:52} Next week's teaserRead about the music gender pay gap in Music Business Weekly >>Read about Counting the Music Industry >>Get support from Help Musicians >>Get support from the Musicians Union >> Funding from Arts Council England >>Fund your music through the PRSF >>Fund your music through Help Musicians >>Register for the Home Recording Kickstarter: A LIVE 5 Day Challenge for Women In Music (Jan 27-31) >> https://femalediymusician.com/kickstarter Subscribe to the podcast wherever you're listening and don't miss an episode of Girls Twiddling Knobs ⚡️

Afternoon Ti
How to Process an Orff Barred Instrument Arrangement

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:37


Today I'll be sharing how to process an Orff barred instrument piece.  Everything from how to read the score to leading students through the learning process. Head over to my website www.jessicagrant.org for teacher content - blog posts, shop resources, and more.  Join my free mailing list for monthly newsletter containing free lesson ideas, thoughts on music education, teacher health and wellness and goal setting.   Follow me on Instagram at @highafternoonti where I share family life and teaching content.

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Children's Books: Where to buy them, how to find them, and ideas for using them!

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 30:33


This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/16/23. This week I shared about how to find, choose, and use children's books in your classroom. If you're not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I'm using in class with my students.  I give a recap of my K-5 lessons and then do a deep dive about one grade level and share the books, instruments, songs, and process that I use to teach the lesson to kids.  This podcast episode contains all the audio from the Musical Monday video, but if you'd like to see a replay of the video itself you can follow this link to the archived video on YouTube.  Click here to see the Musical Mondays LIVE recap page where I share links to resources and ideas mentioned in the video.

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators
Introducing Policies And Procedures On Day One Sets The Stage For A Successful Band Program

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 36:40


This week Nick Averwater talks with Kristy White, District Fine Arts Coordinator for the Jackson-Madison County School System in West Tennessee. The district serves around 13,000 students in 22 schools.In this episode, we'll learn more about Kristy's early inspirations that led her to music education, and we'll also get practical tips for establishing policies and procedures at the beginning of the school year that will help to set up a band program for success. Our conversation was recorded December 15, 2022.

Produce Like A Pro
Top 5 Home Studio Tips for Suc

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 16:01


Warren discusses his top 5 tips for running a successful home recording studio. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Songs That Changed Music: Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm - with Stephen Lipson

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 32:13


In 1985, producer Stephen Lipson teamed up with  Bruce Woolley, Simon Darlow and Trevor Horn to create one of the decade's most influential dance music tracks – “Slave to the Rhythm.” Originally intended for Frankie goes to Hollywood, the song found its iconic home in the talents of the incredible Grace Jones. The song showcases a powerhouse of talent and incredible songwriting and production creativity.  Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Exploring Orff Schulwerk with guest Tiffany English

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 47:08


Have you ever wondered, "What is Orff Schulwerk?  Should I do the summer training?  How can I get started?"  I thought it would be fun to revisit a series of conversations I had with Orff specialists from 2018 where I explore those exact questions!  In this encore episode, I'm talking with Tiffany English, former president of the American Orff Schulwerk Association. Our conversation is all about the world of Orff Schulwerk: what it is, what it isn't, pedagogy, teaching ideas, what you can expect should you decide to do Orff levels training, why you should visit a local Orff chapter, and more. Resources mentioned in this podcast: American Orff Schulwerk Association Website: AOSA.org Links to your local Orff Chapter: http://aosa.org/chapters/

Produce Like A Pro
David Bottrill on Producing King Crimson, Tool, Muse and more – Part 1

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 81:50


As a three-time Grammy award-winning producer and mixer, it's clear that diversity is at the heart of David Bottrill's impressive discography. With a diverse range of artists including Peter Gabriel, Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, Muse, Silverchair, Staind, and Rush, David's work spans genres and generations, resulting in a sound that is both familiar and progressive. Check out David Bottrill's website here: https://www.davidbottrill.com/ Check out David's music: https://www.allmusic.com/artist/david-bottrill-mn0000941114/credits Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

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

Afternoon Ti
How to Introduce a Song

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:49


Do you have a default way of introducing a song to your students?  For many years my default was to teach by rote.  I'd sing the song for students and then ask them to echo the phrases back and forth until they've learned the piece.  It's functional, practical and gets the job done!  But learning every single piece in the same way at the beginning can become mundane for both you and the students.  Here are ten ideas for introducing a song in the classroom.   Website:  www.jessicagrant.org Instagram: @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Song: Jump for Joy by Scott Holmes

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Popsicle Sticks for Rhythm - Spring 2023

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 29:35


This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/9/23. This week I shared my lessons for using popsicle sticks for rhythm dictation. If you're not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I'm using in class with my students.  I give a recap of my K-5 lessons and then do a deep dive about one grade level and share the books, instruments, songs, and process that I use to teach the lesson to kids.  This podcast episode contains all the audio from the Musical Monday video, but if you'd like to see a replay of the video itself you can follow this link to the archived video on YouTube.  Click here to see the Musical Mondays LIVE recap page where I share links to resources and ideas mentioned in the video.

Produce Like A Pro
Songs that Changed Music: Black Sabbath – Paranoid

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 12:51


Before there was heavy metal, there was Black Sabbath. Arising from the ashes of the bleak industrial landscape of post-war Britain, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward charted a new course in the harder-blues-rock of Britain. With the release of the lead single from their second studio album, “Paranoid” Black Sabbath codified the sound which would become Heavy Metal Music. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Songs that Changed Music: Black Sabbath – Paranoid

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 12:51


Before there was heavy metal, there was Black Sabbath. Arising from the ashes of the bleak industrial landscape of post-war Britain, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward charted a new course in the harder-blues-rock of Britain. With the release of the lead single from their second studio album, “Paranoid” Black Sabbath codified the sound which would become Heavy Metal Music. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators
This Band Program's Success Starts With Kindness, Acceptance, Respect, And Support.

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 31:41


This week, Nick Averwater talks with Chris Vitale, Director of Bands at Westfield High School in Westfield, NJ, a town of around 30,000 people located a half hour from New York City.Chris was recently named to the 2022 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of music educators, and in this conversation he talks about the importance of creating a positive environment for students through kindness, acceptance, respect, and support. We'll also learn more about the marching band's success at Westfield, and how the program has grown since Chris joined the faculty in 2011. Our conversation was recorded in July 2022. 

The Growing Band Director
61 - Ultimate Drill Book and More Revolutionary Music Education Technologies with Josh Gall

The Growing Band Director

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 62:04


Want to learn about 3 amazing music education technologies that will revolutionize your classroom? Here they are! UDB, STRIDE and BEAM! Kyle and Jeff hang out with Josh Gall to learn all about these amazing opportunities for music educators. To gain access to all show notes and audio files please Subscribe to the podcast and consider supporting the show on Patreon - using the button at the top of growingband.com Our mission is to share practical advice and explore topics that will help every band director, no matter your experience level, as well as music education students who are working to join us in the coming years. Connect with us with comments or ideas Visit our merchandise store to purchase exclusive swag from The Growing Band Director Podcast Follow the show: Podcast website : Growingband.com On Youtube The Growing Band Director Facebook-The Growing Band Director Podcast Group Instagram @thegrowingbanddirector Tik Tok @thegrowingbanddirector If you like what you hear please: Leave a Five Star Review and Share us with another band director!

What's Really Going On: A Spotlight on Solutions for Improving Student Achievement in America's Schools

In this fifteen minute podcast Dr. Sonya Whitaker shares the degree to which "she has been changed," as a direct result of her visit to the National Museum of African American Music located in Nashville, Tennessee. She addresses the need to infuse black culture into the teaching of music education in America's schools. Dr. Whitaker speaks candidly about why this topic is important and provides recommendations for you to follow. For future access to the on-demand version of this podcast and others visit sonya.whitaker.com

The Mindset Forge
The Endurance of Performing 8 Shows a Week w/ Tonoccus McLain

The Mindset Forge

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 72:24


Tonoccus and Barton sit down to talk performance Mindset, understanding the endurance it takes to perform in 8 shows a week.    They talk the importance of authenticity as a performer,  how to handle long tours, Disney back-office Bullshit and more. For more info on the Endure Tour with Cameron Hanes, http://TheEndureTour.comListen to Tonoccus Sing: https://youtu.be/0p6t0w_71JQTonoccus' Disney tour video: https://youtu.be/-H6hG2E9EQYTonoccus McClain was a correspondent on "Channel One News" for three years. He interviewed world leaders, historic icons, and entertainment legends including Bill Clinton, Al Gore, drug czar Barry McCaffrey, World War II pilot Chuck Yeager, and renowned jazz pianist Marcus Roberts. Tonoccus also sings and plays piano, flute, and percussion instruments. He is currently pursuing a degree in Radio/Television/Film and Music Education from California State University Northridge.He could be seen reporting on “Channel One News”, performing in Los Angeles Opera's Porgy and Bess—3 Academy Awards® live telecasts and heard singing in televisions “Glee”, “The Good Wife” and film soundtracks Avatar, Star Trek, The Simpsons Movie.Facebook: http://facebook.com/@misterhyjinxTwitter: @TonoccusMcClainInstagram: @misterhyjinxTikTok: @misterhyjinxWebsite: http://www.tonoccus.comOmar Opera behind the story on Youtube: https://youtu.be/xgYuwXR9TMk

Produce Like A Pro
Top 5 Mixing Mistakes

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 19:31


In this episode, we're going to talk about the five most common mixing mistakes. Those of you that follow me will know some of these already. Download the Top 5 Mixing Mistakes Cheat Sheet here: https://bit.ly/2udiJOb Learn more about the Top 5 Mixing mistakes here: https://bit.ly/2W34pDC Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Top 5 Mixing Mistakes

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 19:31


In this episode, we're going to talk about the five most common mixing mistakes. Those of you that follow me will know some of these already. Download the Top 5 Mixing Mistakes Cheat Sheet here: https://bit.ly/2udiJOb Learn more about the Top 5 Mixing mistakes here: https://bit.ly/2W34pDC Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Upgrade My Rituals
Ep: 100 - How To Facilitate Your Staff…And Students With Professor Michael Salzman

Upgrade My Rituals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 47:38


Today on the show I got to sit down with my college euphonium teacher, Professor Michael Salzman. As a recently retired music coordinator of the Syosset School District, Professor Salzman was responsible for overseeing and coordinating the work of other music teachers. He shed some light on how to facilitate your staff in order to support and nurture vs. correct and reprimand. We also discussed the nuances of going from a colleague to a boss. We then spoke about some of the challenges he's faced working with college music education and performance majors. Salzman values the importance of being a great performer because whether it's on stage as a tuba player or in front of a classroom with students, "you'll be performing everyday"! This can be tricky because often times there is so much turmoil in college students life such as homesickness, depression or anxiety. Professor Salzman went on to talk about the influence of his past teachers and credits them with shaping his own career and teaching style. He made some great analogies! So much so that I had to ask him if making great analogies was something he picked up from his past teachers.   Michael Salzman has served on the music faculty of Hofstra University since 1993. At Hofstra he teaches tuba and euphonium, directs the Brass Ensemble and Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble, and teaches in the Music Education Program. For 33 years he has taught music at every grade level from Pre-K through college and has recently retired as the Coordinator of Performing Arts for Syosset Schools. Passionate about the benefits of music education in the lives of children, Salzman has been active in professional associations throughout his career. He is a Past President of NYSSMA, the New York State School Music Association, having served as President of this association of more than 5000 members in 2018-2019. The theme of his presidency was “Making the Magic of Music Education Accessible to All” and during his term he advocated throughout the state of New York for the right of every child to have access to a high quality Music Education. Salzman earned Music Performance degrees at Indiana University and the Mannes College of Music.  His principal teachers were Harvey Phillips, Sam Pilafian, Warren Deck and Bill Barber.  He is well known and regarded in the New York City area as a tuba player. He is a former Principal Tuba player of the Long Island Philharmonic and a founding member of the Cosmopolitan Brass Quintet.  He is the Regional Coordinator of the TubaChristmas concerts held every year at Rockefeller Center. His first solo album, Salztuba was released in 2020 to critical acclaim.  For more information, visit www.salztuba.com.   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Don't forget to subscribe to the show! If you'd be so kind as to leave a rating and review, that would help tremendously!   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Book Kevin to speak at your school or event!   Learn more about Kevin's speaking programs here! Download the 3 part video series to learn all about Kevin's decision making framework for students.   Follow Kevin on social! Facebook Instagram Linked In Tiktok Twitter

Afternoon Ti
How to Process a Song

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 17:06


You've found a musical piece that you want to teach to your students.  You might know exactly what you want to do with the piece, a slight idea or no idea at all.  It may be a piece you heard recently at a workshop and want to find a way to incorporate.  Or a song you came across in a resource, but need some time to figure out what you want to do with it.  Here are seven ways to process a piece that you want to teach!   Website:  www.jessicagrant.org Instagram: @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Song:  Jump for Joy by Scott Holmes  

Choir Fam Podcast
Ep. 36 - Conducting and Composition Commingled - Skip Stradtman

Choir Fam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 46:15


"As a realist, it's hard for me to be a dreamer, but I think when you're creative, you have to be. You have to find those ways to surround yourself with people who speak opportunity into your life. That's something that I'm really focusing on: how to find a neat path forward that isn't necessarily set in stone."Skip Stradtman is a choral composer and arranger based out of Tuscaloosa, AL. He is pursuing a DMA in music composition at the University of Alabama, where he serves as graduate assistant for the University Singers. He completed his Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the University of Alabama and his Bachelor of Music Education and Sacred Music Certificate from the Florida State University, where he graduated summa cum laude. As a composer, Skip specializes in writing in the "traditional choral" and "contemporary a cappella” styles for middle school, high school, collegiate, and community vocal ensembles. His works have been featured in multiple concerts and reading sessions at various ACDA conferences. From 2016-2018 and prior to his studies at UA, Skip was the choral director at East River High School in Orlando, FL. Skip also served as assistant choral director and staff accompanist at The Geneva School in Orlando, FL from 2018-2019.To get in touch with Reed, you can visit his website, https://skipstradtmanmusic.com, find him on MusicSpoke (https://musicspoke.com/composer/skipstradtman), or reach out on Facebook (@skipper.stradtman) or Instagram (@sstradtman).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 PexelsMeech SpeaksI'm Demetrius Thigpen, Staff Sergeants in the United States Marine Corps, Author, and...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Produce Like A Pro
Songs that Changed Music: Just Like Heaven - The Cure

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 12:25


But in 1987, the band's indie sound collided with a pop aesthetic that captured audiences and reminded the world that popular music could still be art. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (the band's seventh studio album) gave the band their first top 40 album on the Billboard 200. In Barry Walsh's review for Slant magazine, he compared the ambitious double-sided album to another eclectic and lengthy pop endeavor - the Beatles' “White Album” - and concluded. “Cure gives the listener the kind of roller-coaster rush that only great pop can provide—they take you all the way through the amusement park, plying you with the sweetest cotton candy, until you wind up giddy and disoriented in the hall of mirrors.” Within this thrilling journey, the third single to be released from the album, “Just Like Heaven” gave the band their first top 40 single and first real American hit. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Afternoon Ti
Reviewing 2022 and Setting 2023

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 17:22


Happy New Year!!  It's the fourth annual goal review and goal setting episode!  I'm sharing how some of my goals went for 2022 and giving a sneak peek into what I'm working towards in 2023. Want to work towards your goals?!  Check out the Get Your Goals Course in the shop on my website.  Eight video lessons, pdf workbooks, and online google sheet templates.  I take you through the process that has helped me set goals and help you make a plan, stay motivated and get your goals.  I've used this approach for many years and have consistently seen progress, accomplishment and remained focused on the things that matter most.  I want that for you too!  Head to my shop and go get your goals!  Instagram:  @highafternoonti Website:  www.jessicagrant.org  

Produce Like A Pro
Songs that Changed Music: Just Like Heaven - The Cure

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 12:25


But in 1987, the band's indie sound collided with a pop aesthetic that captured audiences and reminded the world that popular music could still be art. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (the band's seventh studio album) gave the band their first top 40 album on the Billboard 200. In Barry Walsh's review for Slant magazine, he compared the ambitious double-sided album to another eclectic and lengthy pop endeavor - the Beatles' “White Album” - and concluded. “Cure gives the listener the kind of roller-coaster rush that only great pop can provide—they take you all the way through the amusement park, plying you with the sweetest cotton candy, until you wind up giddy and disoriented in the hall of mirrors.” Within this thrilling journey, the third single to be released from the album, “Just Like Heaven” gave the band their first top 40 single and first real American hit. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Top 4 Mixing Tips

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 11:45


These 4 will help you improve your mixes: http://bit.ly/2p5oqOi These tips are practical things that you can put into practice right away to take your mixes to the next level. For the full breakdown of these mix tips click here: http://bit.ly/2p5oqOi Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Beyond the Frets
Jaime Slutzky

Beyond the Frets

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 37:44


Beyond the Frets is your chance to hear in-depth conversations with legendary guitarists, educators and composers about their process, struggles, accomplishments and thoughts on the modern music industry.  This week's episode features Jaime Slutzky. Jaime is a behind the scenes wiz at helping music educators build their online platforms, increase automation and efficiency, and grow their audiences. Whether you're an educator, creator, artist, or student, you're going to get a really in-depth glimpse at the inner workings of this ever-expanding online music education model. If you're interested in more, Jaime hosts her own podcast, which you can find here https://techofbusiness.com/episodes/ Sit Down. Grab an Axe. Get Abducted. If you like Beyond the Frets and want to support us, please SHARE, subscribe, and leave a rating on Apple Podcasts or wherever you may be listening. Visit the podcast at beyondthefrets.com and drop us a message at beyondthefretspodcast@gmail.com! Produced, recorded, and mixed by Zakk Jones. The track you heard is "Spring in Ohio" written by Zakk Jones. 

Band Room Podcast
BRP 86 | Midwest Memories

Band Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 63:20


The Band Room Podcast is back at the Midwest Clinic! Join Dylan and his old and new friends: Kenley Kristofferson, Matt Klohs, Matt Neufeld, Lt. Cmdr. Gregory Fritz, Nicole Piunno, John Phillips, Harrison J. Collins, Marie A. Douglas, Katherine Bergman, Dontay L.  Douglas, Omar Thomas, Giovanni Santos, Kelijah Duton, Jonathan Dagenais, Keith Kelly and David Lum speak about some of their favorite Midwest memories!Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Storehttp://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorLake Superior Suite - Pancake Bay & Pukaskwa by Cait NishimuraPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorChasing Sunlight (Piano Version) by Cait NishimuraArranged and performed by Brian BarberEpisode LinksKenley Kristoffersonhttps://kenleykristofferson.com/Matt Klohshttps://mattklohs.com/Matt Neufeldhttps://www.mattneufeldmusic.com/Lt. Cmdr. Gregory Fritz - U.S Navy Fleet Bandhttps://www.navyband.navy.mil/navymusic/roster/fritz-bioNicole Piunnohttps://www.nicolepiunno.com/John Phillipshttps://www.conn-selmer.com/en-us/education/clinician/profile/john-phillipsHarrison J. Collinshttps://harrisonjcollins.squarespace.com/Marie A. Douglashttps://www.marieadouglas.com/Katherine Bergmanhttps://www.katherinebergman.net/Dontay L.  Douglashttps://www.dontayldouglas.com/aboutOmar Thomashttps://www.omarthomas.com/Giovanni Santoshttps://giosantosmusic.com/Kelijah Dutonhttps://kelijah.com/Jonathan Dagenaishttps://en.jonathandagenais.com/Keith Kellyhttps://www.globalbandroom.com/keith-kellyDavid Lumhttps://www.conn-selmer.com/en-us/education/clinician/profile/david-lumBRP is Supported ByCanadian Band Associationhttps://www.canadianband.org/Interprovincial Music Camphttps://www.campimc.ca/Kaleidoscope Adventureshttps://www.kaleidoscopeadventures.com/Support the show

25 O'Clock
Girls Rock Philly (GRP) w. Evan Thornburg

25 O'Clock

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 68:58


Dan talks with Evan Thornburg, current leader of the GRP (Girls Rock Philly) board, and long time activist and public health advocate in Philadelphia. Evan talks about her path into activism and non-profits, years of AIDS activism through the mayor's office, youth advocacy at The Attic Youth Center, and how GRP came back into her life a decade after she first encountered them. From summer rock camp to working on a lengthy rebrand of the organization, Evan gets into how 2022 was a banner year for the non-profit. GRP is a youth centered organization building community through music, go to girlsrockphilly.com for more info on their mission, future programs, and how to donate. 

Afternoon Ti
Part II: Highlights from your Favorite Episodes in 2022

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 40:35


Today's episode will share segments from four of your favorite episodes from 2022: Episode 220:  Empowering Ensemble with Tech with Theresa Hoover Episode 224: A Discussion about Music Education with Franklin Willis Episode 225: Canva with Janice Wintermyer Episode 226:  The Myth of Doing it All with Dr. Sarah Gulish   Follow me on Instagram:  @highafternoonti Website:  www.jessicagrant.org

Produce Like A Pro
Songs That Changed Music: White Christmas (The World's Best-Selling Single)

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 16:42


In 1942, Bing Crosby introduced a new Christmas classic to the world – “White Christmas.” The masterpiece of the legendary Tin Pan Alley composer Irving Berlin, “White Christmas” not only broke sales records for the next 80 years, it also changed the landscape of American Popular music. In a world centered on sheet music and songwriting, the song not only proved itself as a paragon composition – one which could be beautifully performed by hundreds of artists for more than a half of a century – but also as a landmark sound recording. As a recording, the song ushered in a new era for the music industry focused on individual artist interpretations, performances, and signature recordings. “White Christmas” is undoubtedly one of the most performed songs of all time and a legendary sound recording which has captivated audiences for eight decades. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Top 10 Recording Tips

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 15:06


You will find many articles on the internet with tips and tricks for mixing a song to sound its best. The best way to make sure the mix, and ultimately the final product, sounds the best is to record it properly in the first place. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators
This School Finds The Right Balance Between Jazz Band And Marching Band

After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 27:09


This week, Nick Averwater continues his conversation with Wes Lowe, Director of Instrumental Arts at The King's Academy in West Palm Beach, Florida. Wes grew up as a student at the school, and joined the faculty in 2019.Wes was recently named to the 2022 Yamaha 40 Under 40 list of music educators, and directs bands at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. In this episode, Wes talks about the popularity of jazz among the students, and their audiences. We'll also learn about the marching band program at the school, and some of the high profile venues where they've performed. Our conversation was recorded July 5th, 2022. It's broken up in to two episodes, and this is part two.

Produce Like A Pro
Inside The Song: Foo Fighters Everlong

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 26:34


For today's podcast, Warren interviews Bradley Cook about how he recorded the Foo Fighter's Biggest hit "Everlong". Bradley Cook is an engineer who's worked with countless amazing artists, including Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Counting Crows, Isaac Hayes, Ben Harper, Fishbone, and Everclear. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Afternoon Ti
Part I: Highlights from your Favorite Episodes in 2022

Afternoon Ti

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 30:15


It's the end of the year and we're celebrating with highlights from some of the most downloaded episodes in 2022. You'll hear segments from: Episode 192: Singing with Amy Knous Episode 198:  Student Choice with Christina Reardon Episode 206:  Elemental Music with Kate Bright Episode 215:  Rockstar Planner with Suz Paulinski Episode 217:  Middle School Choir with Jodi Coke   Afternoon Ti: Website - www.jessicagrant.org Instagram - @highafternoonti

Black Oxygen
Dr. Amy Lewis: Systemic oppression in music education

Black Oxygen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 62:19


Originally from Kansas City, MO, Dr. Amy Lewis recently moved to Wisconsin to join UW-Madison as research associate as an Anna Julia Cooper Fellow in the Mead Witter School of Music. Granddaughter of Grammy nominated jazz pianist Jay McShann, Dr. Lewis grew up surrounded by music - but she didn't think she'd go into music education. In this episode of Black Oxygen, Dr. Lewis discusses her family's history in music, her research on systemic oppression and racism within music education, and the role of experiencing joy as a part of liberation. She says, “if we can't create spaces that bring us joy it will be hard to get to liberation.” Links: https://music.wisc.edu/2022/09/29/school-of-music-welcomes-new-faculty/ https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/206173/freedom-dreams-by-robin-dg-kelley/ https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/622408/we-want-to-do-more-than-survive-by-bettina-love/

The Trombone Retreat
Oscar Diaz

The Trombone Retreat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 109:20


Nick and Sebastian hang out with all-star professor Oscar Diaz of Texas A&M Kingsville and talk about how he's built such an incredible program centered around community, his legendary BBQ exploits and continuing to face one of his greatest challenges head on.Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreatLearn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming festival here: linktr.ee/tromboneretreat Hosted by Sebastian Vera - @js.vera (insta) and Nick Schwartz - @basstrombone444 (insta)Produced and edited by Sebastian VeraMusic: Firehorse: Mvt 1 - Trot by Steven Verhelst performed live by Brian Santero, Sebastian Vera and Nick SchwartzIntro sounds: https://freesound.org/people/dobroide/sounds/172519/Thank you to our season sponsor Houghton Horns: www.houghtonhorns.comLearn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming festival here: linktr.ee/tromboneretreatSupport the show

Make Moments Matter:  A Music Education Podcast
Fourth Grade Twelve Days of Christmas - Fall 2022

Make Moments Matter: A Music Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 29:44


This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 12/12/22. This week I shared some of my lesson ideas for fourth grade and my process for teaching the song "Twelve Days of Christmas." If you're not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I'm using in class with my students.  I give a recap of my K-5 lessons and then do a deep dive about one grade level and share the books, instruments, songs, and process that I use to teach the lesson to kids.  This podcast episode contains all the audio from the Musical Monday video, but if you'd like to see a replay of the video itself you can follow this link to the archived video on YouTube.  Click here to see the Musical Mondays LIVE recap page where I share links to resources and ideas mentioned in the video.