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This week, we meet the star Polish countertenor Jakub Józef Orliński to discuss the laborious process of recording previously undiscovered works, his passion for breakdancing and the music he listens to while he’s on the move. He also tells us about why he believes the post-pandemic concert format works surprisingly well, and why he prefers listening to ambient music when he travels as opposed to music by the likes of Palestrina and Tallis. Listen to all the music featured in this episode on our Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7BIiAN1ge4UruD9bKO0VFb?si=1e27450900554e0f Music featured: Victoria: O Magnum Mysterium (Choir of Westminster Cathedral/David Hill) Mozart: The Magic Flute (Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra/Charles Mackerras) Hasse: Sanctus Petrus et Sancta Maria Magdalena (Jakub Józef Orliński, Il Pomo d’Oro/Maxim Emelyanychev) Handel: Rinaldo: Aria. Sibilar gli angui d’Aletto (Argante) (Christopher Purves, Arcangelo/Jonathan Cohen) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Tasting beers on location at Bang Brewing in St. Paul was a real treat. The beers are crafted with organic ingredients and that’s just the start. You can support Jill and Emily, and see a beer list / playlist on Patreon. Thank you for listening!
Duration (h:m:s): 37:58
"Success is what music does to the human spirit. If audiences come out of a concert feeling better than when they went in, that's success." – Leila Getz. In the season finale of Vancouver Opera Offstage, Les talks with Leila Getz, C.M., O.B.C., D.F.A., founder and Artistic Director of the Vancouver Recital Society. Leila has presented Canadian and Vancouver debut performances of some of the world’s most brilliant and respected young musicians over the past 40 years, building a diverse and loyal audience for the recital concert form that had once been labeled out-of-vogue. She is a member of the Order of Canada, the order of British Columbia, and a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal for her contributions to Canada's musical landscape. Check out our episode at www.vancouveropera.ca/offstage.
Duration (h:m:s): 1:00
It’s often—not always, but often—interesting to read what composers have written about composing—especially if they’re good writers. Aaron Copland was an excellent writer, although by all accounts a very reserved man, one who kept his personal feelings hidden.
Duration (h:m:s): 35:30
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Hattie speaks with trombonist and fellow podcaster, Melissa Brown about her OCD diagnosis and the impact it has had on Melissa both personally and professionally. We speak about suffering during music college, the reality of living every minute of the day with intense anxiety and how to find the right therapy for OCD. Melissa speaks so mindfully and with so much professionalism, whilst still having a real desire to connect and be vulnerable. I really felt at home and supported through this conversation, knowing that we never suffer alone, however lonely OCD feels.More about Melissa:Melissa Brown (she/her) is a trombonist, brass teacher, and podcaster now based in the Midlands of the UK (Leicestershire to be precise). She is a graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and is now a freelance professional trombonist with a lot of her work focussed on educating future musicians either as a classroom music teacher or low brass specialist instrumental teacher. Melissa is also the host, producer, and editor over at Bold as Brass Podcast where she interviews fellow brass professionals from around the world about their jobs. They just surpassed 10K downloads and had a conversational panel to celebrate (feel free to check it out on their Facebook page). Her website, to find out more, is: melissabrownbrass.co.ukOur website is: https://thingsmusiciansdonttalkabout.comAnd instagram: @tmdtapodcast
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Richard Wagner's anti-semitism has been at the center of the conversation of classical "cancellation" for a generation, but writer, filmmaker, and violinist Paul Festa is challenging the tradition of Wagner-adjacent cancel culture with a new essay: "Cancellation of the Gods". He talks with Garrett about his journey with Wagner's music, the conversations that brought him to his continued appreciation of it, and a cannabis strategy that he believes can create more fans of Wagnerian opera. Garrett and Scott share music from their most recent road trips, and Garrett offers a TRILLOQUY aimed at musicians who he sees as complicit in continued inequitable orchestral programming. Playlist: Beyoncé - "MOOD 4 EVA" Turghun Alimatov/Alisher Alimatov - "Holimni So'ramaysan" (You Don't Ask How I Am) perf. John Oeth - "Descendant of Shinobi" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hiywORDi9A) perf. Kai Schumacher - "Black Hole Sun" Neil Young - "Old Man" Terence Trent D'Arby - "If You Let Me Stay" Richard Wagner - "Gotterdammerung" Finale Richard Wagner - "Lohengrin" Prelude Percy Grainger - "Children's March, Over the Hill and Far Away" More: Downbeat (DaBaby at Rolling Loud): https://www.the-sun.com/news/3354175/rapper-dababy-homophobic-rant-rolling-loud-festival/ Paul Festa: http://www.paulfesta.com/index.htm Cancellation of the Gods: https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/cancellation-of-the-gods/ Beyoncé’s “Formation” named Rolling Stone’s Best Music Video of All Time: https://www.revolt.tv/news/2021/7/30/22602531/beyonce-formation-best-video-of-all-time-rolling-stone Simone Biles’ decision to prioritize her mental health a sign of American culture shift: https://whyy.org/articles/simone-biles-decision-to-prioritize-her-mental-health-a-sign-of-american-culture-shift/ Olympic committee reviews US athlete's gesture supporting 'oppressed' people as a potential violation of protest ban: https://www.theblaze.com/news/raven-saunders-olympics-protest-probe 46-year-old gymnast Oksana Chusovitina gets standing ovation after competing in her eighth Olympic Games: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/oksana-chusovitina-final-olympics-standing-ovation/ NYC Gay Men’s Chorus Shrouded in Accusations of Racism: https://www.gaycitynews.com/nyc-gay-mens-chorus-shrouded-in-accusations-of-racism/?fbclid=IwAR3VwzhrOzQkrJKVvrNNXWH2w4EMtw5o-n-MozCGsvthOrP34bAMUnLtWQA Every Time Arts Leaders Cave To Racial Pressure, They Deal Creativity Another Blow: https://slippedisc.com/2021/07/every-time-arts-leaders-cave-to-racial-pressure-they-deal-creativity-another-blow/ Black Theater Artists Are Helping Shakespeare Speak To More Diverse Audiences: https://www.npr.org/2021/07/29/1019258187/shakespeare-black-theater-race-diverse-audiences Jacksonville 2021/2022 Season: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/21-22-season/
Duration (h:m:s): 8:39
Gustav Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde: Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde Gregory Kunde, tenor Houston Symphony Orchestra Hans Graf, conductor More info about today's track: Naxos 8.572498 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase this recording AmazonArkivMusic
Duration (h:m:s): 1:04:13
Principal Second Violinist of Houston Grand Opera and Ballet Natalie Gaynor shares her other passion - photography, specifically portrait photography for classical musicians. Follow Natalie at www.nataliegaynor.com @nataro0o @shotsbynataro0o Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/haydnmusicstand and follow us on social media @haydnmusicstand Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1mJVam8s0zJ91JhhC7Dpd0?si=03f919267eaf4a11 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haydnmusicstand/support