Virtuoso pianist/composer Hiromi's new album, Silver Lining Suite, is a blend of classical composition and jazz invention. It is also her collaboration with violinist Tatsuo Nishie, concertmaster of the New Japan Philharmonic. The origins of this collaboration can be traced back to the pianist's Save Live Music series of concerts and livestreams, which took place at Blue Note Tokyo during the pandemic. It was Nishie who assembled the string quartet for this project. Silver Lining Suite, out now on Telarc, is a soundtrack representing the emotional toll of the pandemic. It takes listeners on an emotional journey, from the isolation and uncertainty of its early days to the fortitude and optimism that carried Hiromi and so many others through these trying times. "[The pandemic] was weird, worrying and uncertain in the beginning, full of negative emotions," she says via a press release. "I tried to find something positive I could do under this situation." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jazziz/support
Ron Kobayashi is a world class jazz pianist, composer, producer and educator. Ron has played with Mel Torme, Margaret Whiting, Peter Frampton, Peter White, Tom Scott and Kenny Burrell, among many others. His albums have received airplay around the world. Ron's trio was voted Best Jazz Group in Orange County by readers of the OC Weekly in 1996 , AND nominated for Best Jazz at the Orange County Music Awards in 2012. They also played for President Bill Clinton in 1992. He demonstrates how to compose a jazz instrumental tune.
Jimbo Fisher delivered on his promise | Larry Hartstein joins the show to give the best bets for Week 5 | Plus, The Insiders to close out the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cincinnati Bearcats proved they belong | Mitch Moss joins the show to break down the odds for Week 4 | Plus, Dan Shaughnessy says this is a difficult time for Bill Belichick See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vinny comes back to give an update on his journey as an artist. He also gives some insight on mental health and the overall state of the world. Listen to his music and follow him below. https://www.instagram.com/vinnyvirtuoso/ https://linktr.ee/vinnyvirtuoso If you are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact via DM. https://www.slightleedaily.com/ https://open.spotify.com/show/4Iowsf6iPaVTnLKN1t0gnV?si=h2LanvhFRwOiAFPA6-FZkg&nd=1 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-slightlee-daily-podcast/id1491683719 https://www.facebook.com/SlightleeDaily/ https://twitter.com/SlightleeDaily https://www.instagram.com/slightleedaily/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slightleedaily/support
We continue our series on Myers-Briggs by discussing ISTP, also known as the "Virtuoso." The Introverted, Observant, Thinking, and Prospecting personality traits that encompass an ISTP not only help provide awareness for those that fall within that MBTI, but also serve as a learning experience for the listener. The ISTP personalities tend to have an individualistic mindset, pursuing goals without needing much external connection. Learn the basics of an ISTP, how they fit in romantic relationships, and a brief conclusion on the advantages of dating one (or dating as one). ---------- Official Website - TheDatingDoc.com Say hi on Instagram - TheDatingDoc YouTube Channel - TheDatingDoc Direct contact for dating questions and collabs - email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedatingdoc/support
Oklahoma has to answer plenty of questions | Ross Tucker says the Ravens' passing game is not good enough to win the Super Bowl | Plus, Amal Shah joins the show to break down the Week 3 odds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bridge Over the Cunene by Gustavo Bondoni. Narrated by Theresa Bakken. Hosted by J.S. Arquin. #fantasy #zombies Botoso knew he was in trouble.He had no idea how in the world he was ever going to get back to the village.He had no idea where the village was.This was the first time he'd ever been outside the stockade without his mother or one of the other village adults to take care of him, and the sun was setting redly over the horizon. But he wasn't frightened. He told himself that a future headman would never be frightened just because night was about to fall. He would laugh the night off, and keep walking until he found the river. He new the river was near his village. He also knew that he would make a great headman someday. He was smart and compassionate. After Simao Zabobo had left the clearing far behind, Botoso had emerged from hiding and immediately noticed that the headman had forgotten the goat. The boy knew how important goats were to the village – he was old enough to know that the village's very survival depended on the supply of goats. So he worked at the clasp tying the goat to the tree and began his walk back the way he'd come. At some points, it was difficult to decide which way he had to go, since one patch of low grass or clump of trees looked just like the next, but he wasn't worried. A headman would never get lost. But he had. And now the sun was all the way down, and it was hard to see where he was going. AUTHOR Gustavo Bondoni is novelist and short story writer with over three hundred stories published in fifteen countries, in seven languages. He is a member of Codex and an Active Member of SFWA. His latest novel is Test Site Horror (2020). He has also published two other monster books: Ice Station: Death (2019) and Jungle Lab Terror (2020), three science fiction novels: Incursion (2017), Outside (2017) and Siege (2016) and an ebook novella entitled Branch. His short fiction is collected in Pale Reflection (2020), Off the Beaten Path (2019) Tenth Orbit and Other Faraway Places (2010) and Virtuoso and Other Stories (2011). In 2019, Gustavo was awarded second place in the Jim Baen Memorial Contest and in 2018 he received a Judges Commendation (and second place) in The James White Award. He was also a 2019 finalist in the Writers of the Future Contest. His website is at www.gustavobondoni.com Twitter: @gbondoni NARRATOR Theresa loves immersing herself in the worlds that writers create. She draws on her experience as an Emmy Award winning broadcast journalist, brings empathy to every character she voices and delivers professionalism in every project. She believes storytelling is essential and produces a podcast called the Desideratum Podcast celebrating and featuring the work of authors and narrators. https://theresabakkennarrator.com/ Social Media link tree: :https://linktr.ee/tbnarrator Please help support The Overcast. Become a Patron Today! Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify so you never miss an episode. While you're there, don't forget to leave a review!
DA says the Ravens will fall to 0-2 against the Chiefs | Larry Hartstein joins the show to give his best picks for Week 2 | Plus, Trent Dilfer believes that Daniel Jones will wind-up being one of the best players in the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charles Owen's latest recording for Avie is of the First Book, Switzerland from Franz Liszt's Années de pèlerinage ('Years of wandering). Charles talks to James Jolly about how he took the opportunity to return to the work during the long, quiet months of lockdown, how he performed the work in his first concerts with an audience and how he became drawn into Liszt's world as the composer-pianist travelled throughout Europe. This week's Gramophone Podcast is in association with Leipzig – the City of Music, where in June and July 2022 the Leipzig Opera Festival will focus on the music of Wagner. For full information at visit wagner22.de
A fascinating conversation with Kenny, who in June won the American Pianists Award, just the latest in a string of accomplishments for the 28-year-old pianist who performed Tuesday night with the Kansas City Symphony. He and his teacher Stanislav, an accomplished player in his own right, came together at Park University in 2016. Musical passions, dedication, competition, collaboration and more in delightful focus.
Are the Texas Longhorns frauds again this season? | Mitch Moss joins the show to break down all the NFL Week 1 odds | Joe Theismann says it's ridiculous to think the Buccaneers will go undefeated See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, David sits down with Phil Styrlund, CEO of The Summit Group, Consultant, and Author, to discuss the 4 core character habits of virtuoso leaders. Show Notes: http://trustedleadershow.com/ Buy David's NEW Book: https://www.trustedleaderbook.com/
LC & Bakko are back in Nashville for the 4th Annual Rock N Pod Convention. They recap the Friday night Pre-Party. Talk to RNP guests like comedian Craig Gass. Ace Frehley & Gene Simmons' backing band The Talisman. Virtuoso bassist Billy Sheehan and a surprise fellow podcaster guest. Plus a post-event wrap-up warmer than your favorite comforter. Every year it gets bigger. Was this one better? Cobras & Fire is part of the Pantheon Podcast Network, THE spot for the musically obsessed. pantheonpodcasts.com Main Home - Nashville ROCKNPOD Expo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dawn Dickson-Akpoghene, the Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of Flat Out of Heels and PopCom, joins the show to share her journey from having sore feet from wearing heels to building multimillion-dollar businesses around smart vending machines for flats. Hear how to build your community to fuel your business, raise money through crowdfunding, build out your team, keep solving problems, and Dawn's experience on The Breakfast Club. Connect with Dawn on social media and Medium
A fascinating conversation with Kenny, who in June won the American Pianists Award, just the latest in a string of accomplishments for the 28-year-old pianist. He and his teacher Stanislav, an accomplished player in his own right, came together at Park University in 2016. Musical passions, dedication, competition, collaboration and more in delightful focus.
"Arts and Lifestyle Wednesday Presented by Cinematic Visions" presents a fascinating conversation with Kenny Broberg and Stanislav Ioudenitch. Broberg in June won the American Pianists Award, just the latest in a string of accomplishments for the 28-year-old pianist. He and his teacher Stanislav, an accomplished player in his own right, came together at Park University in 2016. Musical passions, dedication, competition, collaboration and more in delightful focus.
Samuel Igbo is a 15-year-old Boerne High School student who taught himself to play violin by watching Itzhak Perlman videos on YouTube. He's the focus of staff writer Vincent T. Davis latest San Antonio Stories column. Read: 'The Lord wants me to play' - Boerne teen violinist selected for Carnegie Hall orchestra
In Part 2, Al and I continue our conversation by talking about his playing career, beginning with his joining the Woody Herman band to the present. And we have many enjoyable detours during this part of our conversation.
Matthew Upchurch, chairman and CEO of luxury travel network Virtuoso, talks with James Shillinglaw about the state of luxury travel, the definition of luxury today, how experiences matter more than ever, and how the pandemic has changed luxury travel. This interview was part of our Virtual Vacation Events-New Age of Luxury virtual show held last month. Virtuoso will hold its own in-person and virtual event based in Las Vegas next month for the first time in two years. For more information on Virtuoso, visit www.virtuoso.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
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Allen Vizzutti is known worldwide as a phenomenal trumpet player and soloist. But he is equally at home as a teacher and composer, and over the course of our conversation we talk about all of these creative areas of his life. I've known Allen for a great many years and have always been impressed not only with his playing, but also with his humility... in addition, of course, to his great sense of humor.In Part 1 of our conversation, we talk about Allen's beginnings as a trumpet player, his very strange audition tape for the Eastman School of Music, and then move on to his concepts of teaching.
Adam Makowicz grew up in a house where a piano was the centre of the home. His mother had long planned for him to become a classical virtuoso, but a meeting with a musician who introduced him to jazz changed this path completely. Adam packed his bags and left for Kraków, where he moved into a jazz nightclub and immediately became part of the city's jazz scene. It was here where his thorough classical education and incredible talent led him to create his unique virtuoso style, one that merged the technique associated with classical music with the vibrance of jazz. In this episode, this standout Polish jazz pianist talks about freedom, beauty and interpretation in jazz music. Time stamps: [01:06] The centre of our home [02:03] Art Tatum [02:59] Radio [04:40] Rebel [05:09] Under the piano [06:49] Duo with Urszula Dudziak [09:30] John Hammond [11:06] Freedom [13:23] The first polish jazz virtuoso [14:04] Solo [15:10] Beauty [15:58] New York [17:34] Martial Law [19:51] Chopin [22:20] Home Read the transcript of this episode Music from this episode [07:00] Composition: Darkness and Newborn Light Artist: Urszula Dudziak and Adam Makowicz Album: Newborn Light [10:08] Composition: Chopin's Willows Artist Adam Makowicz Album: Adam [20:44] Composition: Prelude No. 24 In D Minor Artist: Adam Makowicz, Leszek Możdżer Album: Możdżer vs. Makowicz at the Carnegie Hall Further Reading Adam Makowicz // on Culture.pl Willis Conover: The American Godfather of Polish Jazz // on Culture.pl Interview with Willis Conover // on memory.loc.gov Further Watching Adam Makowicz performing in 1986 Adam Makowicz performing with Leszek Możdżer Unit // Full album Credits This episode of Rebel Spirits was hosted by Paweł Brodowski. The show is brought to you by Culture.pl, the flagship brand of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. Written by Wojciech Oleksiak & Monika Proba Produced by Move Me Media Edited by Wojciech Oleksiak Proofread by Adam Żuławski Scoring & sound design by Wojciech Oleksiak Copyrights The publisher would like to thank all copyright owners for their kind permission to reproduce their material. Should, despite our intensive research, any person entitled to rights have been overlooked, legitimate claims shall be compensated within the usual provisions.
From a small-town Texas girl to an acclaimed expert on luxury travel, Misty Belles has toured the planet for Virtuoso, the world's best luxury travel company. Often seen on network television, she loves scuba diving, steamer trunks, and inspiring people to travel. Now managing director of global public relations for Virtuoso, a Washington-based firm she has served for 19 years, Misty has sipped vodka in St. Petersburg, champagne in Champagne, and sake in Shanghai. But she has never been on TRAVEL ITCH RADIO -- until now. Join us for a very special show on Thursday, July 15, when Dan Schlossberg and Maryellen Nugent Lee interview Misty for a full half-hour. Listen live at 8p EDT on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com or check the archived show on Facebook later. This is our 10th season and 421st show.
We interrupt your regularly scheduled episode of Dropped Culture to celebrate the life and work of Richard Donner Join Brock and Dan, as they discuss this master director and his affect on generations of moviemakers and movie goers.Let us know your favorite Donner movie at www.droppedculture.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also catch us on Twitter, Instagram and Twitter; just type in "droppedculture",Thanks for listening!
94-The Virtuoso Coder What happened to Jerold Haas? A friend was giving him a ride to a non-specific location. The friend went to pay for gas but when he came out, Jerold was gone. 7 weeks later his skeletal remains were found in the woods. Beer of the week is Naked Light from Naked River Brewing Company. Help the boys out by heading over to Apple iTunes and leaving them a 5 star review, or better yet become a patron at www.patreon.com/mysteriousbrews. Listen, by now you are so not cool for not being in the BrewsCrew it is shameful. Even your mother is ashamed at this point. This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-4de1af for 40% off for 4 months, and support Mysterious Brews.
La plenitud financiera está sustentada en 3 pilares que juntos conforman un círculo virtuoso. Conoce en este episodio cuáles son y cómo comenzar.¿Si hoy perdieras la forma de generar tus ingresos… por cuánto tiempo podrías sustentar tus gastos, o tu estilo de vida?Esta pregunta descubre nuestra situación financiera porque nos obliga a pensar en cuánto necesitamos, y con qué contamos que realmente genere dinero, que cree riqueza real.La riqueza real, crear patrimonio con activos productivos, es el primer pilar a trabajar para alcanzar plenitud financiera.En esta participación en el programa de radio “Camino Al Sol”, conocerás los otros 2 y cómo juntos conforman el Círculo Virtuoso que te llevará a la Plenitud Financiera.RAMON LIRANZOYoPuedoInvertir.comInstagram: @YoPuedoInvertirFacebook: YoPuedoInvertirYouTube: YoPuedoInvertir
Joe Traina sits down with Chuck Bergeron as he speaks of his storied career as a musician, composer, and educator. Visit Chuck's website: https://www.chuckbergeron.com/home Follow Please Join Me on Instagram: @pleasejoinmepod Find Joe Traina: joetrainamusic.com This podcast was produced by Caroline Voigt of CVPromotions. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-traina/support
Sabreena Merchant joins Keith to discuss some recent NBA news, including Chris Paul leading the Suns past the Clippers. Also she helps breakdown what it means for the Clippers, who have numerous free agents and questions heading into the off-season. Join our support at Patreon.com/FastbreakBreakfastEpisode 539 (S7 Special)
This was such a fantastic conversation. Pick up a copy of John-Henry's debut album “Dialogo” on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your streaming music. The album is receiving universal praise from the music world. Visit John-Henry at johnhenrycrawford.com. Born in the small Louisiana city of Shreveport, cellist John-Henry Crawford has been lauded for his “polished charisma” […]
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 12, 2021 is: virtuoso ver-choo-OH-soh noun 1 : one who excels in the technique of an art; especially : a highly skilled musical performer (as on the violin) 2 : an experimenter or investigator especially in the arts and sciences : savant 3 : one skilled in or having a taste for the fine arts 4 : a person who has great skill at some endeavor Examples: "Perhaps most captivating is the sheer range of strange, delicate and piercing sounds the brilliant Bjarke Mogensen draws from the accordion; who needs synthesizers when you have this virtuoso in your ensemble? — The New York Times, 6 May 2021 "But a true original style is never achieved for its own sake: a man may pay from a shilling to a guinea, according to his means, to see, hear, or read another man's act of genius; but he will not pay with his whole life and soul to become a mere virtuoso in literature, exhibiting an accomplishment which will not even make money for him, like fiddle playing." — George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman, 1905 Did you know? English speakers borrowed the Italian noun virtuoso in the 1600s, but the Italian word had a former life as an adjective meaning both "virtuous" and "skilled." The first virtuosos (the English word can be pluralized as either virtuosos or, in the image of its Italian forbear, as virtuosi) were individuals of substantial knowledge and learning ("great wits," to quote one 17th-century clergyman). The word was then transferred to those skilled in the arts and to skilled musicians, specifically. In time, English speakers broadened virtuoso to apply to a person adept in any pursuit.
What do VAN workshops, Fred Tatasciore, Grateful Dead propoganda, and all-star voice directors have in common? This guy! Sean Rohani chats with Atlas Oceanic's audio engineer virtuoso Peter Munters about his journey to becoming a working audio engineer, and how he continues to level UP! his career. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a positive review and share with your friends! Have a question you'd like to ask? Leave a comment on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceactingup/! Thanks for listening!
What do Nickelodeon musical numbers, punk rock touring bands, the Muppet Babies, and George Washington have in common? This guy! Sean Rohani chats with Atlas Oceanic's audio engineer virtuoso Peter Munters about his journey to becoming a working audio engineer, and how he continues to level UP! his career. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a positive review and share with your friends! Have a question you'd like to ask? Leave a comment on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceactingup/! Thanks for listening!
This weeks episode is with producer, writer and director Nick Stagliano, whose latest feature The Virtuoso is out now! It’s starring Anson Mount, Abbie Cornish aaaand the legendary, two-time Oscar-winning Anthony Hopkins! He talks to Giles Alderson and his co-host Dom Lenoir about how he got Anthony Hopkins for his indie film and how you can reach out to stars like him as well. Nick talks about his journey to get The Virtuoso made, how he works with actors, and how his budget changed with Anthony Hopkins on board. He also talks Francis Ford Copola, mood, story and tone and screenwriting as well how raising private equity for feature films PLUS loads more. Watch The Virtuoso now | Trailer Website OUR SPONSORS Coin Corner With an easy-to-use site and a friendly customer support team on hand to help, CoinCorner is a quick and easy way to buy Bitcoin in the UK. You can sign up and buy Bitcoin in under 10 minutes! Bitcoin is the best performing asset of the last decade – outperforming gold, silver and many others – so if you’re looking to buy Bitcoin, CoinCorner is here to make the process simple. Visit CoinCorner.com and enter code “FILMBTC” at sign up for some free sats – or small amounts of bitcoin – to get you started. Coin Corner link URL: coincorner.com/filmbtc Code: FILMBTC PATREON Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects. Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast EVENTS & CROWDFUNDERS Join the Female Film Club online community here: https://www.femalefilmclub.com/ Join us on ClubHouse on Thursday’s 7pm GMT here https://www.joinclubhouse.com/event/M5X0Qzvx SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs. Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us email@example.com Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Produced and edited by Giles Alderson, Robbie McKane @robbiemckane & Samuel Evans @SamuelHEvans_ Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events with our Guests @makeyourfilm20 Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson’s website
Strixhaven, Episode 14: Galazeth Prismari, Expressive Iteration STX #14 At a Glance [3:17] Prismari Command [5:19] Izzet Rielle [13:22] Galazeth Dragons [18:19] Expressive Shadow [22:53] Jeskai DragonBlade [28:15] BG Tend the Pests [31:00] BG Sedgemoor Adventures [35:06] Mardu Pyromancer [41:45] Mardu Mediums [46:54] Sultai Landcraft **** Decklists + a full transcipt for this episode can be viewed at FaithlessBrewing.com **** Like our content? Support us on Patreon and join our brewing community!
This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg covers the potential return of the airline ticket change fee, the ways in which people are getting ready to travel and an update on Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration with The Points Guy Senior Reporter Zach Griff, Virtuoso CEO Matthew Upchurch and Reuters Correspondent David Shepardson.
For years, Miraval has received awards such as “Best of the Best for Wellness Retreat”, “Best Wellness Program”, “Best All-Inclusive Resorts” from publications like Conde Nast Traveler, Virtuoso, US. News and World Report, Travel & Leisure, The Robb Report and more. Simon Marxer and Luke Bloom are two members of the Miraval team responsible for curating these award-winning experiences and services. They bring imagination, authenticity, and meaning to wellness. In this Episode, we talk about many interesting topics including the latest experiential trends, men and vulnerability, and post traumatic growth.Simon Marxer brings over 20 years of experience to the Miraval Group as Director of Spa and Wellbeing. He oversees all spas and creates new and innovative treatments and services that continue to uphold Miraval’s longstanding position as a pioneer in the spa world. In his previous position as Spa Director at Miraval Arizona, Simon conceptualized the design and launch of over 40 signature Miraval-branded services. He has served as the Spa Director at other places as well including The Boulders Waldorf Astoria Collection, The Cornelia Day Resort and Canyon Ranch. Prior to his homecoming to Miraval, Simon was the Vice President of Business Development at Red Flower. He has a Bachelor of Arts from University of Vermont.Luke Bloom is the Director of Integrated Wellness at Miraval Berkshires Resort & Spa in Lenox, Massachusetts. He uses nature immersion and principles of experiential education to help guests find their individual peak experiences. Luke grew up in the Berkshire hills of Massachusetts and lives in Lenox with his wife and two children where they raise a variety of animals and crops on their small farm and can be found enjoying everything outdoors.
THE VIRTUOSO MOVIE REVIEW Anson Mount is “The Virtuoso”, an elite assassin suffering from a guilty conscience after his last job caused the death of an innocent bystander. His shadowy boss, The Mentor (Anthony Hopkins) tells him not to take it personally. Collateral damage comes with the territory. Besides, he needs The Virtuoso (none of… Read More »Screener Squad: The Virtuoso