Capital city of Salzburg, Austria
Arsenal i topp, Bayerns ledning skäller ut spelarna, Jack Grealish gör mål och Chelsea roffar åt sig Salzburg magiska sportchef som legat bakom spelarsuccér som Mane, Keita, Upamecano med flera. Men frågan är - vilken aktiv spelare är endast ETT Champions League mål bakom Luis Suarez, TVÅ bakom Patrick Kluivert och FYRA bakom självaste Wayne Rooney och Samuel Eto'o?? Den här spelaren har dessutom redan gått om Gonzalo Higuain, Hernan Crespo och Robin van målsprutan Persie. Svaret finns i Europas lugnaste fotbollspodd - Total Kontroll - med Hasse Backe, Jonas "Greven" von Kjerrulf och Taimaz Ghaffari. Följ Taimaz: https://www.instagram.com/taimazghaffari/ Följ Hasse Backe: https://www.instagram.com/backe_hasse Följ Greven: https://www.instagram.com/jonas_greven_von_kjerrulf Hemsida: https://www.loungepodden.se/show/total-kontroll/ Följ LoungePodden/Total Kontroll: https://www.instagram.com/loungepodden
IMPACT - Folge 2 - OUR PLANETmit Patrick Knittelfelder & Sebastian RiedlMehr Infos zur HOME Church Salzburg:⇢ Homepage: https://www.home-church.cc⇢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SundayMorning⇢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homechurch_salzburg
Análisis de cada partido de la Jornada 2 de la UEFA Champions League 2022/23, esta vez con los partidos de los grupos E, F, G y H. ¿Se puede replicar esa sociedad Cancelo - Haaland? ¿Qué pinta están dejando el Paris y la Juve? Esto y más en la segunda parte del podcast de esta semana. Destacados: Grupo E - Milan vs Zagreb / Chelsea vs Salzburg (0:50-7:05) Grupo F - Real Madrid vs Leipzig / Shakhtar vs Celtic (7:06-11:55) Grupo G - ManCity vs Dortmund / Copenhague vs Sevilla (11:56-17:50) Grupo H - Maccabi Haifa vs Paris / Juventus vs Benfica (17:53-24:45) Jugador de (media) Jornada (24:47-28:00)
Stamford Chidge & Jonathan Kydd are joined by Clayton Beerman to look back at Graham Potter's first game in charge against Salzburg and Todd Boehly getting salty in New York.In part one we discuss Todd Boehly's interview at the SALT Conference in New York this week. This is the first we've heard on the 'Boehly Plan'; should he have spoken to the football media & supporters first rather than a bunch of financiers and businessmen? Was there equivocation regarding a return to the ESL? Why all the furore about the All-Star game and is the multi-club model a good idea?In part two we look back at Chelsea's oh so familiar 1-1 draw in the Champions' League against Salzburg. Potter's team selection and formation raised a few eyebrows and while there was more energy, as expected, chances were squandered and defensive frailties cost us. It all seemed a bit 'meet the new boss, same as the old boss'. With Mount looking back to his old self and Broja impressing as a substitute there may be the first seeds of hope, but how long will it take Potter to mould this side into something resembling a successful Chelsea side and can he deliver Top 4 to Boehly? We wrap up with some great emails to read out. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We looked at the Champions League results from the week with Spurs losing there first game of the season to Sporting Lisbon whilst Potter's first game in charge of Chelsea ended in a 1-1 draw with Salzburg. City and Liverpool both picked up 2-1 wins against Dortmund and Ajax respectively. GW8 sees only half of the Big 6ix playing with Arsenal visiting Brentford, City at Wolves and Spurs welcoming Leicester City.
Erling Haaland scored against his old club late on to secure Man City a Champions League win over Dortmund. Chelsea were held 1-1 by Salzburg in Graham Potter's first Blues game, plus we look ahead to tonight's European matches involving Man Utd and West Ham. Tom from the FPL show Who Got The Assist? also joins us to try and tackle those burning questions ahead of this gameweek. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a hectic Champions League midweek and ahead of a more leisurely Premier League weekend, Jimbo welcomes Charlie Eccleshare, Dom Fifield and Duncan Alexander into the pod. Erling Haaland does it again with one of the goals of the season to down Dortmund. But should Man City fans be concerned about their first 80 minutes? Graham Potter's first game as Chelsea manager results in a very Brighton performance and a disappointing draw with Salzburg. Is it a pointless appointment if Potter isn't given time? Liverpool get back to winning ways with the return of Thiago. He's irreplaceable but possibly unreliable in terms of his fitness. Spurs meanwhile are beaten at Sporting. Have sides worked out Conte's Spurs this season? Plus the Premier League weekend, Boehly's big ideas, minidiscs, and Desert Island Discs. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Glenn Hoddle - commentary pioneer (01.30) • PART 2a: Man City 2-1 Dortmund (04.45) • PART 2b: Chelsea 1-1 Salzburg (12.00) • PART 3a: Boehly's big ideas (20.30) • PART 3b: Liverpool 2-1 Ajax and the rest of the Champions League (25.00) • PART 4a: Spurs slip up at Sporting (32.30) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (42.30) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In der 58. Folge von "Und was machst du am Wochenende?" ist Igor Levit zu Gast, Deutschlands bekanntester Pianist. Geboren 1987 in der damaligen Sowjetunion und aufgewachsen in Hannover, lebt er heute in Berlin, wo er gerade in eine neue Wohnung gezogen ist und endlich ungestört Klavier spielen kann. Im Podcast erzählt er, dass er auch am Wochenende um sechs Uhr morgens aufwacht, weil er grundsätzlich schlecht schläft. Mit seiner jahrelangen Leidenschaft Gewichtheben hat er vor Kurzem aufgehört, dafür macht er jetzt morgens Yoga. Und geht anschließend noch zum Sport. Igor Levit radelt für sein Leben gern, er besitzt sechs verschiedene Räder, "ich habe auch ein Angeberfahrrad, es ist eigentlich ein bisschen gaga". Er erklärt, warum ihm Russland fremd ist, warum sich in den vergangenen Jahren immer stärker mit seiner jüdischen Identität beschäftigt hat – und blickt zurück auf seine Twitter-Konzerte während der Pandemie. Er schwärmt von seiner Heimatstadt Hannover und spielt mit Podcastgastgeber Christoph Amend ein Lieblings-Café-Restaurant-Städte-Quiz. Am Sonntag macht er übrigens nichts – außer lesen, lesen, lesen. Und schaut möglichst viele Folgen seines Guilty Pleasures, der Serie "Family Guy". Am Schluss verrät er auch, was für ihn Liebe ist: "Ziel." In dieser Folge empfehlen Igor und Christoph: - das Café Ben Rahim Coffee Company in der Sophienstraße in Berlin-Mitte - das Buch "A letter in the scroll" von Jonathan Sacks - die Pâtisserie/Café Dukatz im Glockenbachviertel in München - das Hotel/Restaurant Die blaue Gans in Salzburg. Dort gibt es das von Christoph erwähnte "Schotterschnitzel". Ein klein gehacktes Schnitzel für die Pause. Das steht nicht dort auf der Karte, kann man aber beim Servicepersonal bestellen. - das Salzburger Restaurant St. Peter Stiftskulinarium - die Würstchenbude im Toscaninihof in Salzburg - das Restaurant Zurück zum Glück in Hannover - "Tristan", das neue Album von Igor Levit - den Film "Vengeance" von B. J. Novak, der leider noch kein deutsches VÖ-Datum hat - das Buch Flammen von Musikjournalist Volker Hagedorn - für "Family Guy"-Beginner: Einfach mal Family Guy Jewish oder Family Guy Rabbi bei YouTube eingeben Das Team erreichen Sie unter email@example.com.
Premier Soccer League Chief Executive Officer, Kenny Ndebele joins the show to talk all things football Brand new feature for you: The Power Profile proudly brought to you by Cardinal Properties, Zimbabwe's most trusted property developer, and our first profile will be on the great legend of tennis, Margaret Court, Barcelona head coach Xavi Hernandez has criticised his team's inability to convert their opportunities after losing 2-0 at Bayern Munich in a game he said they "dominated," Graham Potter speaking ahead of Chelsea's clash with Salzburg has said he will try to create his "own history" with the Blues after admitting the opportunity to leave Brighton for Stamford Bridge was "too big to turn down" Pep Guardiola has said that Erling Haaland will become even more prolific once he gets used to life at Manchester City as the in-form striker prepares for a reunion with Borussia Dortmund in Group G Plus so much more…
Zwei Coaches quatschen ist zurück und mit dieser Episode starten wir offiziell in die 3. Staffel! Wir haben viele neue Ideen, werden unseren Fokus weiter schärfen, um dir möglichst viele greifbare Ideen und Tools mitzugeben, wie du dir ein selbstbestimmtes Leben und Karriere aufbauen kannst. Bei der Vorbereitung zu dieser Staffel ist uns aber etwas aufgefallen: Wir haben noch nie dezidiert darüber gesprochen, was Coaching eigentlich ist und wie Coaching funktioniert. Daher widmen wir diese Episode genau diesem Thema: Was ist Coaching eigentlich? Wie immer kratzen wir hier nicht nur an der Oberfläche, sondern teilen mit dir unseren Blickwinkel, unsere Herangehensweise an das Thema und was Coaching für uns persönlich bedeutet. Folgende Fragen besprechen wir: Was ist Coaching eigentlich? Wie funktioniert Coaching? Was macht einen guten Coach aus? Kann Coaching tatsächlich dein Leben verändern? Braucht die Welt überhaupt Coaching? Wir würden uns freuen, wenn du uns wissen lässt, wie dir die Folge gefallen hat - und ganz besonders freuen wir uns, wenn du den Podcast abonnierst, uns eine Bewertung dalässt, oder die Folge an jemanden anderen weiterleitest, der oder die sich für das Thema Coaching interessiert. Viel Spaß beim Hören & bis zum nächsten Mal! Deine Eike & Laura ------ Zwei Coaches quatschen ist der Coaching Podcast von Eike Feldmann und Laura Beyer rund um das Thema selbstbestimmtes Leben und Arbeiten, emotionale Gesundheit und Karrierewechsel. Eike lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg, online findest du sie auf www.eikefeldmann.com. Laura pendelt zwischen Österreich (Salzburg, Wien) und Barcelona und ist online auf www.laurabeyercoaching.com zu Hause.
Host Carl Lewis is joined by coach and analyst Grant de Smidt as they preview the UEFA Champions League Matchday 2 for your betting purposes. Sporting Lisbon v Tottenham Could there be a better indication of Sporting Lisbon's progress than three consecutive wins across two competitions, each with an increasingly larger margin? Whilst a 5-0 defeat of Tottenham to better their weekend league conquest of Portimonense (4-0) is significantly unlikely, pumping out nine goals to nought with 15 different starters will ensure no UEFA Champions League (UCL) Group D opposition will take them lightly. One player almost certain to start here is Sporting's Marcus Edwards, who along with Tottenham's Eric Dier both made their professional debuts with the opposing club! Liverpool v Ajax So often on the right side of history on the continental stage, Liverpool found themselves on the wrong side last time out, with a humiliating 4-1 defeat to Napoli in their Group A opener equalling their biggest ever UCL loss. Now needing to play catchup if they're to top their UCL group for a fourth consecutive season, manager Jürgen Klopp will be hoping the extended rest period will serve his injury-hit squad well, after claiming his side need to improve in “pretty much everything”. Bayern Munich v Barcelona Just nine months on from last season's final UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage game when Bayern Munich condemned Barcelona to a first group stage exit from the tournament since 2000/01 (W3-0), Bayern will now seek to assert their dominance yet again. The big storyline in this fixture is Robert Lewandowski's swift return to the Allianz Arena following his move to Barça, and he actually contributed to three goals in this H2H last season in Bayern colours (G2, A1). AC Milan vs Dinamo Zagreb AC Milan's latest attempt to win the UEFA Champions League (UCL), and do so as Italian champions for the first time since 1994, got off to a disappointing start with a 1-1 draw at Salzburg. Coach Stefano Pioli described the performance as “positive” but identified shortcomings, as Milan made it just one clean sheet across their last nine UCL outings. Man City vs Dortmund Last season's UEFA Champions League (UCL) semi-finalists Manchester City got their latest quest for European glory off to a perfect start when they crushed Sevilla 4-0 at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium last week. That result was in keeping with the free-scoring start the Citizens have made to their season, netting 24 goals across seven unbeaten fixtures in all competitions, with five of those contests seeing four or more goals scored. Chelsea vs RB Salzburg Chelsea have been in the headlines of the footballing world recently, after a UEFA Champions League (UCL) matchday one loss to Dinamo Zagreb last week brought about the end of Thomas Tuchel's 100-game tenure at the club. Graham Potter has now been thrust into the hot seat, and his first assignment - and first taste of managing in Europe's elite club competition - involves trying to stop Chelsea from avoiding losing their opening two matches of a UCL campaign for the very first time. Juventus v Benfica Matchday one of this UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage saw Juventus belatedly recover to lose only 2-1 against French champions PSG, when all early signs pointed to humiliation. However, they carried the worst habits of that game into a shock 2-2 weekend draw vs Serie A (SA) minnows Salernitana, clawing back after a disastrous start before an explosive finale saw three players and Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri receive a red card in injury time! Real Madrid v RB Leipzig Despite going a goal down to Mallorca, Real Madrid hit back to win 4-1 on Sunday, their second straight victory by a three-goal margin after opening their UEFA Champions League (UCL) campaign by impressively dispatching Celtic 3-0. Madrid are becoming used to battling adversity, recording seven straight wins this term despite losing Karim Benzema and Éder Militão to injury and selling Casemiro to Manchester United.
Woher kommt der Hass auf unseren Körper und der Kampf gegen ihn? Eine Spurensuche. Susi will gefallen. Um das zu erreichen, macht sie zuerst exzessiv Sport und beginnt dann, weniger zu essen. In dieser Podcastfolge erzählt sie ihre Geschichte. Außerdem sprechen wir mit einer Psychotherapeutin und einer Psychiaterin der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie in Salzburg über das Körperbild und welchen Anteil die Gesellschaft daran hat.
Beautiful Fans and Followers, I love a good meditation as it helps me be centered and calm - something we all need prior to a pageant, an interview, or LIFE! Join me today for an amazing gratitude meditation with Megan Gillespie. About Megan:Megan has two degrees from Manhattan School of Music, a Bachelor of Music and a Masters in Opera Performance. Megan's opera career has taken her to the Royal Opera House of Oman, the Palacio de la Opera de La Coruna in Spain, the Castleton Opera Festival, Central City Opera, Carnegie Hall, the Beverly Hills Sundays at Two Recital Series, One World Symphony, and to venues in Greve, Italy, and Salzburg, Austria.Her roles include: Maddalena in Rigoletto, Petra in A Little Night Music, Amelia in Ottelo, Wowkle in La fanciulla del West, Hyppolita in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Lyubasha in The Tsar's Bride, Barbara in One Penny Opera, Annina in La Traviata, Carmen in Carmen, Dorabella in Cosi Fan Tutte, to name a few. Some Oratorios she has performed are Rossinis' Stabat Matter, The Bach Christmas Oratorio, Alexander's Feast, and each year she performs Messiah with St. Cross Episcopal Church in Hermosa Beach.Megan has been a Young Artist at programs such as Central City Opera in Colorado and The Castelton Festival in Virginia under the baton of Lorin Maazel.She directed over 30 youth musicals, also performing as the music director. Most recently, she directed The Tsar's Bride for The Independent Opera Company.During the pandemic she has sung session work and voice overs from her home studio including commercials, podcasts, operas, and stories.Some of the awards Megan has won include: Regional MET National Council Auditions, Fe Bland Vocal Competition, Beverly Hills Music at the Mansion, LACMA Sundays Live, Opera Florham, AMTL Recitals in Carnegie Hall, Birgit Nilsson Scholarship, YoungArts Finalist, and the Palm Springs Opera Guild, Classical Singer CompetitionHow to connect with Megan:www.MeganGillespieMezzo.comTikTok: @Megnificent_LessonsIG: @Megnificent_LessonsFB: @MeganGillespiesStudioSupport the show
Champions League matchday 2 ahoy, with Jimbo joined by James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Alvaro Romeo. There's reunions aplenty with Haaland facing Dortmund and most intriguingly, Lewandowski returning to Bayern Munich. Is he already more loved at Barcelona than he was in Bavaria? And will Julian Nagelsmann be feeling the presence of free agent Thomas Tuchel? Plenty to ponder for Liverpool and for Juventus after their remarkable VAR room brawl and draw with Salernitana. Hear why they're so poor and why Max Allegri won't be getting sacked. Plus Lacazette, Shakhtar stats and can Union Berlin do a Leicester? RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (01.30) • PART 2a: Liverpool v Ajax (07.30) • PART 2b: Bayern v Barcelona (14.00) • PART 3: Juve's Salernitana drama (27.30) • PART 4a: Group E – Chelsea v Salzburg (37.30) • PART 4b: Group F - Real Madrid v Leipzig (39.30) • PART 5: The latest from Ligue 1 (46.30) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In dieser Folge ist Tobias Türk bei mir zu Gast, der gerade seinen Master an der Multimedia Art in dem Studienzweig Audio macht. Hier lernt man Musikproduktion, Soundsynthese, Mix & Mastering und vieles mehr. Hier gehts zum Mugent Player: https://mugent.com/ Hier gehts zu meiner Facebookgruppe: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thomasfostermusikproduktion Ein podlabel Partner: www.podlabel.de
Host Carl Lewis is pack with punter David Kappel of iDiski Times as they provide best bets for your multiples for UEFA Champions League Matchday 2. Plzen vs Inter: Inter to win either half, 1.22 odds Plzen started with a 5-1 defeat to Barca, Inter started with a 0-2 vs Bayern Inter knows they need to beat Plzen if they want to have a chance in a group with Bayern and Barca Sporting vs Spurs: over 1.5 goals, 1.25 odds Spurs beat Marseille 2-0, Sporting beat Frankfurt 3-0 All of Spurs games this season had over 1.5 goals, all of Sporting's too (5/7 over 2.5) Liverpool vs Ajax: over 0.5 FHGs, 1.21 odds Ajax beat Rangers 4-0, Liverpool lost to Napoli 1-4 Ajax have won the first in 6/6, Liverpool lost first half in 6/8 Marseille vs Frankfurt: over 1.5 goals, 1.25 odds Marseille lost 2-0 to Spurs, Frankfurt 3-0 to Sporting 7/8 Marseille games this season had over 1.5 goals, 8/9 Frankfurt games, too Bayern vs Barca: over 0.5 FGHs, 1.21 odds Bayern beat Inter 2-0, Barca beat Plzen 5-1 6/7 Barca games had over 2.5 goals, 5/9 Bayern games over 2.5 goals Porto vs Brugge: Porto win/draw over 1.5 goals, 1.35 odds Porto lost to Atletico 2-1, Brugge beat Leverkusen 1-0 Porto won the last 13 home games, 11/13 had over 2.5 goals, 6/9 Brugge games had over 2.5 goals Milan vs Zagreb: Milan win 1.29 odds Zagreb beat Chelsea 1-0, Mila drew 1-1 with Salzburg Milan have won 8/9 home games Shakhtar vs Celtic: over 1.5 goals, 1.20 odds Shakhtar beat Leipzig 4-1, Celtic lost 3-0 to Real Madrid All Celtic games had over 1.5 goals, 6/8 Celtic games had over 2.5 goals Man City vs Dortmund: Man City win & over 2.5 goals, 1.50 odds Man City beat Sevilla 4-0, Dortmund beat Copenhagen 3-0 All City games this season had over 1.5 goals, 7/9 had over 2.5 goals City have won last 9 games at home, all had over 2.5 goals Chelsea vs Salzburg: Chelsea win/draw over 1.5 goals, 1.30 odds Chelsea lost 1-0 to Zagreb, Salzburg drew 1-1 with Milan 5/5 Chelsea games had over 2.5 goals, all Salzburg games had over 1.5 goals, 6/9 had over 2.5 goals Juventus vs Benfica: Benfica to score, 1.30 odds Juventus lost 2-1 to PSG, Benfica beat Maccabi 2-0 Juve conceded in 4/5 last games, Benfica have 17 games in a row, scored twice in 15/17 Maccabi vs PSG: PSG to score first half, 1.25 odds Maccabi lost 2-0 to Benfica, PSG beat Juve 2-1 PSG have scored (and won) the first half in 9/10 games, Maccabi conceded 2 in their last 4 European games Real vs Leipzig: FHG, 1.25 odds Real beat Celtic 3-0, Leipzig lost 4-1 to Shakhtar Real have won all 7 games this season, scoring at least twice, 6/7 to score first All Leipzig games had over 1.5 goals, 6/8 had over 2.5 Rangers vs Napoli: Napoli win/draw Rangers lost 4-0 to Ajax, Napoli beat Liverpool 4-1 Napoli are unbeaten in 18 games, Rangers lost last two games 4-0
Ceri and Garry are joined by the well-travelled man of sounds, Seb Fontaine as they examine the extraordinary events of the last week. And look forward to what might be ahead including the Salzburg game. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2022 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Deutsche Grammophon releases a double-disc album of Evgeny Kissin's sensational recital at last summer's Salzburg Festival. The Salzburg Recital builds dramatic tension across a compelling program of music by Berg, Chopin, Gershwin, and Khrennikov.Purchase the music (without talk) at:Evgeny Kissin - The Salzburg Recial (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store)Your purchase helps to support our show! Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber. @CMDHedgecock#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicinOrléans#CMDGermanOperaCompanyofBerlin#CMDGrandOperaCompanyofBarcelonaSpain#ClassicalMusicLivesOn#Uber Please consider supporting our show, thank you!Donate (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) firstname.lastname@example.org This album is broadcasted with the permission of Katlyn Morahan from Morahan Arts and Media.andThis album is broadcasted with the permission of Crossover Media Music Promotion (Zachary Swanson and Amanda Bloom).
IMPACT 1 - REIN IN DEN ZEITGEISTmit Johannes HartlMehr Infos zur HOME Church Salzburg:⇢ Homepage: https://www.home-church.cc⇢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SundayMorning⇢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homechurch_salzburg
Ep 070: We've been having a lot of client meetings lately to discuss how 2022's investment volatility is impacting financial plans. One of the things we're hearing routinely is that our set of retirees can't wait to get back out in the world exploring after being cooped up for a couple of years. Especially for the newly retired! But the world of travel is different with a variety of new wrinkles, roadblocks, and requirements to be aware of. So, what are some tips, tricks, and hacks that allow us to overcome more smoothly some of these roadblocks when they present themselves? Today's guest is a Maine transplant, originally from St Louis, Missouri. After studying to be a diplomat, and a brief career as a teacher in Salzburg, Austria, she fell in love with the travel industry and its ability to connect people across countries and cultures. She pursued a Master's in Tourism Administration with a focus on Sustainable Destination Development. Please welcome BACK to the Retirement Success in Maine Podcast for a third time, Keri Forbringer Hetherman! Chapters: Welcome back, Keri Forbringer Hetherman! [3:28] How has the world changed related to travel? [11:24] What are some possible tips, tricks, and hacks to overcome travel challenges? [16:23] What is the best way to negotiate airline travel right now? [26:36] How has multi-generational travel grown as a theme? [31:00] What are some things Keri's clients have done to combat rising costs? [39:49] How does Keri help her clients overcome their “fears” when traveling? [46:35] How would Keri plan the perfect weekend in Maine for someone who has never been? [51:17] Ben and Curtis conclude the episode. [54:23]
From Napoli humiliating Liverpool, Inter fall against Bayern, PSG beating Juventus, Paul Pogba's surgery, Milan draw away to Salzburg and Atalanta top Serie A to Bologna sack Mihajlovic, and much more Carlo and Nima break down all the midweek calcio action.This is a teaser from the Thursday episode of the Italian Football Podcast. To listen to this & all other full episodes of The Italian Football Podcast, go to Patreon.com/TIFP to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
A point away in the Champions League and Derby Day Delight tops off a pretty decent week for the Italian Champions. Milan beat Inter in a truly epic encounter showing off Italian football at its finest. Milan also played well and were unlucky not to take all 3 points away at Salzburg in a breathless encounter. This week sees a trip to Sampdoria on the horizon who have started poorly and currently lie in the bottom 3, Pioli and his boys will be looking for 3 more points. Forza Milan! You can follow the podcast on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/3MenAndMilanPod Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/threemenandmilanpod/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/threemenandmilanpod Website - https://threemenandmilan.podbean.com
Join Oliver, Anthony, and Madison as they review an incredible advert for Serie A, a deflated return to the Champions League, and look ahead towards lowly Sampdoria. This week's topics include: ↳ 3-2 bragging rights of Milano ↳ Salzburg are no joke ↳ Dest debuts ↳ Listener questions ↳ And more! Subscribe to our ‘Insider' newsletter... ↳ https://sempremilan.substack.com/ Join the Milan Discord... ↳ http://discord.gg/rossoneri Check out our merch... ↳ https://www.redbubble.com/people/Sempremilan/shop Follow us on Twitter... ↳ https://twitter.com/Sempremilancom ↳ https://twitter.com/SempremilanIT ↳ https://twitter.com/olifisher ↳ https://twitter.com/Torgrude45 ↳ https://twitter.com/Edward__Toth Like our Facebook page... ↳ https://www.facebook.com/sempremilancom ↳ https://www.facebook.com/sempremilanit And finally, follow us on Instagram... ↳ https://www.instagram.com/sempremilancom
Es tut sich etwas hinter den Kulissen, denn wir arbeiten schon fleißig an neuen Episoden für Zwei Coaches quatschen! Neue Ideen, neue Themen, neuer Fokus - in dieser kurzen Teaser-Episode bekommst du schon mal einen ersten Eindruck! Stay tuned for more - wir sind in Kürze mit einer neuen Episode für dich da! Alles Liebe, Deine Eike & Laura ------ Zwei Coaches quatschen ist der Coaching Podcast von Eike Feldmann und Laura Beyer rund um das Thema selbstbestimmtes Leben und Arbeiten, emotionale Gesundheit und Karrierewechsel. Eike lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg, online findest du sie auf www.eikefeldmann.com. Laura pendelt zwischen Österreich (Salzburg, Wien) und Barcelona und ist online auf www.laurabeyercoaching.com zu Hause.
I'm getting relegated and I know why... WHY MAN?! Because I kick baaaalls! Mic Daddy and Ocho are back to breakdown Group E: AC Milan, Chelsea, Dinamo Zagreb, RB Salzburg. To get the best insight we invited our Chelsea and Milan pundits Matt boy, stat boy and Ghana Joe to hear their predictions, rankings, and player picks.
Ep.118 features Alteronce Gumby. He is an artist and local of New York City. His artistic practice includes painting, ceramics, installation and performance. His work has been exhibited at galleries such as Hauser & Wirth, Gladston Gallery and Camden Arts Centre. His work will be shown in an upcoming solo exhibition with Nicola Vassell gallery titled, The Color of Everything, in September 2022. In his recent exhibition Cross Colours at Bode Projects in Berlin, the power of complementary colors is presented in works that reference color exercises in Joseph Albert's Interaction of Colour. Through Gumby's fluorescent and chromatic spectrum of iridescent color, the artist engages the viewer and expands the notions through which we perceive form and color, the subjectivity of identity and the materiality of earth and cosmic space. Gumby graduated from the Yale School of Art with an MFA in Painting and Printmaking in 2016. He has won notable awards, such as the Austrian American Foundation /Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts and the Robert Reed Memorial Scholarship. Gumby has also participated in numerous international artist residencies, such as the Rauschenberg Residency (2019), London Summer Intensive (2016), Summer Academy in Salzburg, Austria (2015), 6Base (2016) and was the 2016 recipient of the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship at the Fondation des Étas-Unis in Paris. His work has been featured in publications such as ARTnews, Artnet, Artsy, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail, Cultured, DAZED, Freize, Surface & Vogue. Gumby has also curated exhibitions, such as his most recent and ongoing exhibition, Summer of Possibilities with Bode Projects in Berlin, To Dream Avante-Garde at Hammond Harkins Galleries and A Muffled Sound Under Water at Latchkey Gallery. Gumby published his first monograph, Color Is A Beautiful Thing, with Charles Moffett & False Flag in2021, outlining six years of his painting practice from 2014- 2020. Alteronce Gumby solo exhibition titled 'The Color of Everything' opens September 8, 2022 thru October 22nd at the Nicola Vassell Gallery in NYC. Photo credit: Katharina Balgavy Artist https://www.alteroncegumby.com/ Nicola Vassel Gallery https://www.nicolavassell.com/ Surface Alteronce Gumby's Cosmic Meditations on Color, History, and Lightness – SURFACE(surfacemag.com) Artsy Alteronce Gumby's Otherworldly Abstractions Reenvision the Color Black | Artsy Brooklyn Rail Alteronce Gumby with Carrie Moyer – The Brooklyn Rail Dazed Alteronce Gumby's cosmic landscapes challenge the meaning of colour | Dazed(dazeddigital.com) Frieze Alteronce Gumby on His Cosmic Abstractions | Frieze Vogue The Atomic, Cosmic Art of Alteronce Gumby | Vogue Cultured Magazine Painter Alteronce Gumby Sees Color Differently (culturedmag.com) Artnet Studio Visit: Artist Alteronce Gumby on His Weekly MoMA Visits, and Why Seeing Great Art is Like a Reading a Book (artnet.com)
VIDEO VERSION OF THIS: https://youtu.be/s97AsZzq_Bg ABOUT MARCELLO: Marcello is a motorcycle designer at KISKA and might be one of the coolest Italian dudes I have met. He shared a beautiful childhood story about a local bike track that his parents took him to as a young boy. It was a hot summer's day in the scorching Italian sun and 2 young guys came into focus as they pierced through a mirage on a pair of vintage bikes. The young Basilio became intoxicated with the noise, smell, speed, and, of course, the sculpture, and nearly 2 decades later, he would be designing these beautiful machines. Landing the job at KISKA was a dream come true, but the Italian quickly pointed out that getting his dream job was not without its setbacks. He went through the application/rejection cycle multiple times over the course of a couple of years and was also let go early from an internship that really knocked his confidence. Marcello decided to return to education in order to brush up on his skills and enrolled at SPD Milano where the mighty Michele Leonello put him through his paces. Upon graduation, he landed a job at Benelli as a junior designer where he gained invaluable experience. It was also here, in Pesaro, where he met his future wife, and this gave him confidence in the universe again. Marcello still had a burning desire, though, to get to Salzburg and after a series of attempts, the doors at KISKA were eventually pried open. A powerful story that can be summed up in one word...resilience. FIND MARCELLO HERE: https://www.instagram.com/cenuzz/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcello-basilio-89a84174/ ==================================================== ABOUT ME: I am a South African Designer, Digital Modeller and the host of Crown Unfiltered. I will be talking to a cross section of people that work in the Car Design Industry. These will include designers, digital and clay modellers, vis artists and colour & material designers. The focus of our conversations will be centered around personal processes and experiences within the business. My aim is to demystify some of the preconceptions about this industry and give people an unadulterated glimpse into the business. I also wish to give the younger generation the opportunity to see that the people that these professionals come in different shapes and sizes and some of them will be unknown. The intention is to see that you should always be yourself and not let your job define or change who you are. Please get in contact if there is something specific you would like me to cover. I would also be really grateful if you could subscribe and share the podcast with anyone that has an affinity for cars, design or both. Thank you! Sam FIND ME HERE!!! : https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-ofsowitz-8b7a531a/ https://twitter.com/SOfsowitz https://www.facebook.com/crown.unfiltered.7
What a difference a matchday makes, from the high of a good performance and victory against Bologna to a drab 0-0 draw away at Sassuolo in the course of the past few days. Milan showed the troubles them have when rotating their best players out of the squad against Sassuolo, but with Inter and the Champions League away day at Salzburg next hopefully it will be a gamble that pays off in the end. Forza Milan! You can follow the podcast on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/3MenAndMilanPod Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/threemenandmilanpod/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/threemenandmilanpod Website - https://threemenandmilan.podbean.com
Trotz Fußverletzung: Kirill Petrenko hat sich nicht geschont. Am Sonntag stand er am Pult "seiner" Berliner Philharmoniker. Den zweiten Salzburg-Abend bestritt jedoch Daniel Harding für ihn. Auch kein Schaden. Zwei Konzerte auf Weltklasse-Niveau.
Er nimmt uns in eine Stadt mit, die nicht nur wunderschön und geschichtsträchtig ist, sondern auch so einiges für Geist und Seele tut. Wohin's geht und warum ihm diese Stadt so viel gibt, hören Sie in der neuesten Folge „Schießlers Woche“
Wenn andere in den Sommerurlaub fahren, befindet sich die Redaktion von BR-KLASSIK meist im Ausnahmezustand. Denn es ist Festspielzeit. Bayreuth, Salzburg, Bregenz und viele weitere Festspiele verfolgen Moderatorinnen und Moderatoren, Redakteurinnen und Redakteure bis in ihre Träume. Michael Atzinger gibt einen kurzen Überblick.
Stimme und Klavier - das ist die typische Konstellation bei einem Liederabend. Nicht so bei Diana Damrau. Sie tritt seit Jahren immer wieder mit dem französischen Harfenisten Xavier de Maistre auf. Am 23. August waren sie bei den Salzburger Festspielen zu erleben - mit Werken von Schubert, Fauré und Debussy. BR-KLASSIK-Kritiker Michael Atzinger war dabei.
Bayern Munich are off to a record-breaking start in the league and things look so good it's almost magical. The combination of the 4-2-2-2 formation and the newfound chemistry between all of Bayern's forwards makes every single game an unprecedented goal fest. Of course new challenges await over the horizon, with the Champions League group stage draw set to take place later this week. In this episode, INNN and Samrin discuss: Whether the departure of Robert Lewandowski is responsible for the incredible upswing in performances from Bayern Munich this season. Why Julian Nagelsmann's philosophy seems to work better without a true striker in the system. How the addition of Sadio Mane has made Bayern's attack much stronger overall. Why this current system wouldn't work under another coach such as Hansi Flick. Thomas Muller's new playing style in Lewandowski's absence. Did the board let Lewandowski leave ... on purpose? Concerns about the defense, and the number of chances conceded in each game. A discussion about Champions League groups — who is our preferred opponent and why is it Liverpool FC? Our preferred picks from Pot 2 in order. Chelsea, Barcelona, Tottenham, etc. A look at Pot 3 and the best teams available — Inter, Napoli, and Salzburg. Why an easy team from Pot 4 would be better for Bayern. How the rest of the Bundesliga teams might fare in the CL group stages this season. Be sure to stay tuned to Bavarian Podcast Works for all of your up to date coverage on Bayern Munich and Germany. Follow us on Twitter @BavarianFBWorks, @TheBarrelBlog, @tommyadams71, @bfwinnn, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
VIDEO VERSION OF THIS: https://youtu.be/3QWfkVKMGEo FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM FOR MORE CONTEXT ON MY GUESTS: https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ ABOUT GERALD: We've all heard the legend of how Gerald Kiska started a company on his kitchen table and while these things tend to be romanticised, that is actually what happened. For 6 years after graduating he worked for various companies and through a chance meeting with a friend, a proposition of establishing himself independently was presented. He discussed the prospect with his wife and he quickly found himself without a kitchen and more work than he could personally manage. Gerald roped in two friends to help him out and was soon confronted with another opportunity to move into a much larger space than he needed. Reluctant, Gerald and his friends moved in after a unique arrangement with the former occupants and they ended up staying rent-free for two years. Needless to say, his wife was happy to have her kitchen back! Through an old contact, Gerald became privy to a competition for an exclusive contract with KTM. Gerald won the competition and things were off to a fantastic start, except that a year into the contract there were cashflow concerns as the motorcycle OEM was on the brink of bankruptcy. Around this time Gerald was introduced to an Austrian businessman named Stefan Pierer who needed help to improve the design of a unique ski binding patent that he had acquired. The business intentions for the ski-binding patent did not go according to plan for Pierer, but a wonderful working relationship had been established between the two Austrians. Sharing his frustration with Gerald in a Munich beer garden, the business magnate also then came to learn of the situation with KTM. A few weeks later, unexpectedly, Gerald received a call from Stefan saying that he could not stop thinking about their conversation and that he was, in fact, interested in acquiring the motorcycle brand. After a few months, this materialised and would be the start of one of the most unique Agency/OEM relationships. It would also be the genesis of KISKA as we know it today. Gerald, along with his team, has grown KISKA into a global Design Agency that does everything from branding to product development and across multiple sectors. There are many companies that present themselves as a ‘one-stop shop' or a ‘we can design anything design house', but KISKA does this at the very highest level, regardless of the project they undertake. The company is unlike anything I have experienced before. From the minute you enter the building you are confronted with motorcycles, skis, cars, SUP's, microphones, bicycles, apparel, trainers and the list goes on. There is a hive of activity in the studio that will captivate anyone remotely interested in design. More importantly, though, the energy and warmth of the people is an infectious allure that let's go of very few. When you spend anything more than 10 minutes with Gerald, it's obvious where all of that comes from. He is a leader in the very truest sense and his business is unique because he is. Very few creatives, let alone designers, are capable of establishing and growing a business into one like Gerald has, especially when you consider that Salzburg is hardly the Automotive capital of the world. He is modest about it, but very earnest and transparent in how this all happened. The first factor is courage and the second is the ability to zoom out, see the bigger picture and trust the people that you have hired to bring your vision to life. That is leadership. KISKA: https://kiska.com/ ==================================================== ABOUT ME: I am a South African Designer, Digital Modeller and the host of Crown Unfiltered. I will be talking to a cross section of people that work in the Car Design Industry. These will include designers, digital and clay modellers, vis artists and colour & material designers. The focus of our conversations will be centered around personal processes and experiences within the business. My aim is to demystify some of the preconceptions about this industry and give people an unadulterated glimpse into the business. I also wish to give the younger generation the opportunity to see that the people that these professionals come in different shapes and sizes and some of them will be unknown. The intention is to see that you should always be yourself and not let your job define or change who you are. Please get in contact if there is something specific you would like me to cover. I would also be really grateful if you could subscribe and share the podcast with anyone that has an affinity for cars, design or both. Thank you! Sam FIND ME HERE!!! : https://www.instagram.com/crownunfiltered/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-ofsowitz-8b7a531a/ https://twitter.com/SOfsowitz https://www.facebook.com/crown.unfiltered.7
Don't poop on the spacebar @SamAdams84 @MooseheadLager @twopitchersbeer @Leinenkugels @Stieglbrauerei @OldNationBrew @YazooBrew #beer #radler #shandy #SoQD #OOOhorse Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy Sparky, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS Episode – Just when you think it will end, there is another installment in the Summer of Questionable Decisions. It's beer and juice which is called radler or a shandy. Good help is getting harder to find - “I'm sorry my tastebuds are out of the office” – The Icelandic Miniature Horse. This episode will make you wonder which host is tasting furniture polish the most. You'll probably have the same reaction as Kendall, more Natty Ice at table #4. We taste and rate the following shady and radler beer from 1-5: The Shandy/Radler beers in this flight were blind tasted and brewery was revealed after tasting and ratings were done for each. 7:58 Porch Rocker Lemon Radler - made with a blend of Helles beer with lemon. 4.5% ABV. Boston Beer Company, Boston MA SUDS-3 11:26 Grapefruit Radler - made with a lager with natural grapefruit, grape, and lemon juices 4% ABV. Moosehead Breweries Limited Saint John, NB Canada. SUDS-4 18:15 Water Boy sparkling Watermelon Lime Radler. 4.2% ABV Two Pitchers Brewing Company Oakland, CA SUDS-1 25:27 Summer Shandy- wheat beer with natural lemonade. 4.2% ABV Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company Chippewa Falls, WI SUDS-2 30:37 Raspberry Himbeere – Raspberry Radler with 40% Stiegl Goldbräu and 60% fruit soda. 2% ABV Stieglbrauerei zu Salzburg, Salzburg Austria. SUDS-2 34:40 Grapefruit Blood Orange Radler – blend of lager, grapefruit juice and a hint of blood orange. 5.15 ABV. Two Pitchers Brewing Company Oakland, CA SUDS-3 38:42 Shandy- German style lager with lemonade. 4.8% ABV. Old Nation Brewing Company Williamston, MI SUDS-4 42:19 We tried making our own Radler using Yazoo Daddy-O-Pilsner 5% ABV Yazoo Brewing Company Nashville, TN and Jarritos Pineapple Soda. Tipp Distributors, El Paso TX We didn't give a rating, because it would be based on individual blends. email@example.com @sipssudssmokes Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf. Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews https://www.instagram.com/goodoleboydave/ Kendall decided that this is not a better choice than a bikeride in the middle of a heatwave. His beer blog is: https://www.beermakesthree.com/ Enjoying that cool new Outro Music, it's from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: https://amzn.to/2Xblorc The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” Credits: TITLE: Maxwell Swing PERFORMED BY: Texas Gypsies COMPOSED BY: Steven R Curry (BMI) PUBLISHED BY: Alliance AudioSparx (BMI) COURTESY OF: AudioSparx TITLE: Flapperjack PERFORMED BY: Texas Gypsies COMPOSED BY: Steven R Curry (BMI) PUBLISHED BY: Alliance AudioSparx (BMI) COURTESY OF: AudioSparx TITLE: Back Roads PERFORMED BY: Woods & Whitehead COMPOSED BY: Terry Whitehead PUBLISHED BY: Terry Whitehead COURTESY OF: Terry Whitehead Post production services : Pro Podcast Solutions Advertising sales: Contact us directly Content hosting services: PRX, Earshot, Radio4All, PodBean, Soundcloud
Welcome to Linda's Corner. In this episode, Romana Hasenoehrl from Salzburg, Austria explains how you can be happy regardless of the circumstances in your life. Romana has worked in journalism and TV productions. Now she is an astrologer, she writes books, hosts an internet show, and works for her own company helping people find their way to happiness. You can reach Romana at her website at https://www.romanahasenoehrl.at/ and her Facebook group “happiness reloaded.”Some of the highlights Romana shares:How her tragic skydiving accident affected her lifeHow being fired from her "dream job" at age 44 sent her on a new trajectoryHow to be happy regardless of circumstances in your lifeWhy we need to be compassionate and kind to ourselvesWhy we need to allow ourselves to feel sad or disappointed and not "force" happinessAsking "How can this be the best thing that every happened to me?"The difference between being supportive and giving "advice"and morePlease share, subscribe, leave a rating and review, visit the Linda's Corner website at lindascornerpodcast.com and/or follow on youtube, facebook, instagram, and pinterest @lindascornerpodcast. Thanks!Also please visit the Hope for Healing website at hopeforhealingfoundation.org for free resources to increase happiness, build confidence and self esteem, improve relationships, manage stress, and calm feelings of depression and anxiety.
On the well woman show this week, I interview Elizabeth Garland. She is an award-winning composer for film and has performed her piano pieces in the US and abroad. Winner of the 2019 International Piano Guild Composition Competition Special Category Award, 2nd place winner of the International Golden Key Composition Competition, she performed at the World Composer's concert in Vienna in 2018. A well-known composer and performer, Elizabeth Garland's solo piano and the ensemble have been featured in films and documentaries, and she has performed her works in the US and abroad. The 2021 Commissioned Composer for New Mexico, she is the 2019 International Piano Guild Composition Competition Winner, 2021 ArtsHub Fellow, 2021 Virtual Visionaries Grant Recipient, and Urban Enhancement Trust Fund Fellow. “Many people learn to play music. Very few learn to compose,” said Garland. “The skills required to compose and notate music both enhance the knowledge and skill of the player and allow for a much wider range of creativity to be called upon than simply playing standard repertoire. The recognition of the art of composition is crucial to the establishment and preservation of a society's culture,” added Garland. In August 2022, the Golden Key Music Festival of Vienna will celebrate its Fifteenth edition with a series of special events and concerts in Vienna's most prestigious concert halls such as Ehrbarsaal, Haus der Musik, Mozarthaus of Vienna, Salzburg, Beethoven Museum of Baden and the Schloss Esterhazy at Eisenstadt. The Festival combines a unique artistic, performing, and educational experience for professional musicians and students with an exciting vacation for music lovers of all ages. Octavia Rossi Pressley and Natalia Sofia Lopez Hinojosa will perform their original music at Ehrbar Hall in Vienna on August 3rd, as well as a Mozart piece at Mozarthaus in Vienna on August 6th. You can find out more at https://www.goldenkeyfestival.com/vienna-festival/ (Vienna Festival) On the show, we'll discuss: What is the Golden Key Music Festival of Vienna. The impact that performing at a festival has on children and how you get chosen for this festival. How composing music is a part of your culture, and how to embrace it more fully. You can find notes from today's show at http://wellwomanlife.com/294show (wellwomanlife.com/294show). The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ at http://wellwomanlife.com/academy (wellwomanlife.com/academy). Join us in the Academy for the community, mindfulness practices, and practical support to live your Well Woman Life.
Synopsis A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty “Hi-yo, Silver!” Generations of American baby boomers first heard Rossini's “William Tell” Overture as the opening credits of the old Lone Ranger TV western, but we suspect only a few of them ever realized the overture by an Italian composer was written for a French opera about a Swiss archer, which was adapted from a German play by Friedrich Schiller. Like a Facebook relationship, “It's complicated.” Anyway, Rossini's “William Tell” was first heard in Paris on today's date in 1829. Rossini hoped “William Tell” would be considered his masterpiece. Ironically, the complete opera is only rarely staged these days, but the “William Tell” overture became a familiar concert hall showpiece – SO familiar, in fact, as to become something of a musical cliché. The Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich gave a dark 20th-century spin to Rossini's overly familiar theme, when he quoted the “William Tell” overture in the opening movement of his Symphony No. 15. In the context of Shostakovich's enigmatic final symphony, Rossini's jaunty little theme comes off like a forced smile, and audiences are free to read whatever political subtext they wish into its rather sinister context. Music Played in Today's Program Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) –William Tell Overture (Philharmonia Orchestra; Carlo Maria Giulini, cond.) EMI 69042 Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) –Symphony No. 15 in A, Op. 141 (London Philharmonic; Mariss Jansons, cond.) EMI 56591 On This Day Births 1884 - Russian-born American composer Louis Gruenberg, near Brest-Litovsk (Julian date: July 22); 1896 - Russian inventor Lev Sergeivitch Termen (anglicized to Leon Theremin) in St. Petersburg (Gregorian date: August 15) Deaths 1784 - Italian composer and teacher Giovanni Battista Martini, age 78, in Bologna; His students included Gluck, Mozart, Grétry, and Jommelli; Premieres 1829 - Rossini: opera, "Guillaume Tell" (William Tell), at the Paris Opéra; 1941 - Robert Russell Bennett: Symphony in D ("For the Dodgers"), in New York; 1961 - John Cage: "Atlas Eclipticalis," at the "International Week of Today's Music," in Montréal; 1967 - Lalo Schifrin: cantata, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" (adapted from the composer's filmscore) by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, with Lawrence Foster conducting; Others 1668 - German composer Dietrich Buxtehude marries the daughter of Franz Tunder, retiring organist at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, as a condition to succeed Tunder in his position at St. Mary's; It is thought that both Handel and J.S. Bach were both interested in the position - but not in Tunder's daughter; 1778 - Milan's famous Teatro alla Scala (La Scala) opens with a performance of “L'Europa riconosciuta” by Italian opera composer Antonio Salieri, a work written specially for the occasion; The theater took its name from the site previously occupied by the church of Santa Maria della Scala (named after Bernabo Visconti's wife, Beatrice della Scala); This same opera, conducted by Riccardo Muti, was performed on Dec. 7, 2004 at the Gala reopening of La Scala after three years of major renovation; 1779 - Mozart finishes in Salzburg his "Posthorn" Serenade; 1795 - The Paris Conservatory of Music is founded by the National Revolutionary Convention. Links and Resources On Rossini On other famous radio themes