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Touchstone Award Winner - Best Single Radio Report 2022, Best Radio Show 2020, Best Radio Show 2019, Best Broadcast Radio 2018 Toledo SymphonyLAB™ is an award-winning radio podcast series from WGTE Public Media in collaboration with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, providing a weekly half-hour behind-the-scenes look at the world of classical music. Every week, host Brad Cresswell and TSO personalities explore a theme inspired by a concert or other event from the symphony's season. With lively ...
 
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Foxhole Symphony

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Foxhole Symphony

Steve Sargent & Mark Vesper

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Foxhole Symphony is a podcast about the transformational value of men in authentic Christian community. The world has taught men that authentic equals weak. We have been trained since young ages to stuff it, hide it and fake it 'till we make it with messages like ‘big boys don’t cry’, ‘put on a stiff upper lip’, and ‘never let ‘em see you sweat’. Stop believing the lie that you can thrive in isolation and instead, join us on the journey from broken to whole.
 
Official podcast of UK one man prog doom band Infernal Symphony - The only podcast covering the UK's most prolific metal band. Covering the project's latest news and developments, insight into recording and songwriting, as well as covering varied topics such as satanism atheism and metal history, latest world metal news, politics, random thoughts, new releases from our peers in the Midlands, and more! Thanks for listening and head to infernalsymphonyuk.bandcamp.com and infernalsymphony.wordp ...
 
The stage is dark, but the conversation is just beginning. Welcome to Utah Symphony | Utah Opera's Ghost Light podcast, a behind the curtain look into the world of classical music and opera and the artists who make it. Hosted by Jeff Counts and Carol Anderson. Produced and edited by Robert Bedont.
 
Join award winning composer Peter Link as he presents his life's work in 'Scattershot Symphony.' Each episode looks at a different movement in the symphony of his life’s work, which spans some 40 years. Though it's roughly 90 percent music, Peter manages to regale the listeners with fascinating stories and anecdotes related to his music over the years.
 
Join Kewlio in his quest to play video games and discover the weird and geeky things of the world! Listen to chiptune artists you may never have heard of! Broadcasted live on CKDU 88.1 FM in Halifax, or on ckdu.ca everywhere, at 5 PM Atlantic Time every Friday. Podcast updates the following Sunday.
 
Classical Music for everyone! The Open Notes Podcast is the place for anybody interested in Classical Music to learn more, from newbies to seasoned veterans.Open Notes features interviews with soloists and composers, interactive program notes, and discussions about topics in classical music. Hosted by Jeremy D. Cuebas and sponsored by the Fort Collins Symphony
 
Well, I am one of those wanderers who make 9/10 decisions wrong but couldn't have been better. A proud human of a golden retriever and a survived mechanical engineer :) I write but if it's good, it's me... If not, it's alcohol. This is my first podcast, please have fun listening and give feedback :) It's a daydreamer's dream! :)
 
Destroyer Niko Presents: Symphony of the Shadow Realm; Video Games, Comic Books, Anime, Movies, Pop Culture and Beyond! Join Destroyer Niko for weekly broadcasts and special guest who will be covering wide varieties of topics all geeks, nerds and otakus can enjoy! From media, art, culture, technology relationships, the occult, science, the cosmos and beyond. Join us in the Shadow Realm!
 
The San Francisco Symphony’s American Orchestra Forum brings together voices from diverse cultural perspectives and the general public to explore the 21st-century American orchestra. Topics include how orchestras connect with their communities; how orchestras balance creativity and innovation with artistic traditions and practices; and what orchestras can learn about changing audience patterns and engagement strategies from looking outside their own industry.
 
We play in places and spaces you'd never expect to find an orchestra, from sheds to warehouses, foyers to art deco cinemas and aeroplane hangers! We perform music from Mozart to Metallica, Björk to Beethoven and everything in between. Our mission is 'Music for Everyone' and by taking the orchestra out of the concert hall and into communities across WA, we are proud to have performed to over 350,000 people so far.
 
Do you want a calm, cool, and "no-surprise" kind of life? Then this might not be the show for you. My Symphony Of Life is all about the challenges and rewards of being a middle-class mom and managing a family & home, job, pets, school activities, and helping run a production company and podcast network. Not for the faint of heart...Ana helps show you how to maintain control of a busy life and still have time to pursue your own passions and dreams.
 
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - Green Room Podcasts

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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - Green Room Podcasts

Presented by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Jay Hopper of ALVATECH, a Cincinnati-based Podcast Agency

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After CSO concerts at Music Hall, the place to gather is the Green Room. It's where CSO fans mingle with Paavo, the musicians and the artists. It's the behind-the-scenes place to be! The CSO Green Room is the online backstage lowdown on all things CSO. Download today to learn more about the inner workings of this world class orchestra.
 
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PETER BOYER is one of the most frequently performed American orchestral composers of his generation, joins Devin Patrick Hughes on One Symphony. He’s conducted and been commissioned by ensembles around the world including the London Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kennedy Center for the Nationa…
 
Well Hello Everybody! Today's episode is full of creative flow beginning with a reading of Og Mandno's "The Greatest Miracle in the World followed by a Rhythmic Percussion Lesson by Master Drummer, Michael Jones. This episode is sure to fill you with inspiration and awe as the Word of God is blended into the very fabric of our lives! Listen in and …
 
In this weeks episode we watch the Spanish Netflix offering Valley of the Dead, telling the story of Nazi experimentation during the bloody Spanish Civil war and Hard Line, aka Dead Rush, a POV modern day effort seen through the eyes of David, a regular guy as he tries to come to terms with the end of the world. Sure, in Valley of the Dead, we have…
 
Perhaps you live a life of constant adventure or maybe you are just blessed with consistent joy, peace and contentment. Many of us, though, question our purpose or mission in life, particularly in the mundane day-to-day responsibilities of our lives. In the book "The Practice of the Presence of God", Brother Lawrence, a humble cook, learned an impo…
 
We take a look at the Toledo Symphony's all-French program, with special guest Mélisande McNabney, who solos in Francis Poulenc's harpsichord concerto at the Peristyle. Also joining us a bit later in the program is the Grammy award-winning conductor JoAnn Falletta, who provides insight into the music on the concert, which she leads with the TSO. An…
 
In this episode, we welcome soprano and arts administrator Mickey Emch back to the fold. Mickey is the vocal soloist for Elvis Costello's classical-esque take on one of Shakespeare's greatest plays, The Juliet Letters. We'll examine the music from this concert, including Beethoven's first string quartet and music for brass trio by Canadian composer…
 
A different take on the zombie genre this week as we look at it from the side of the zees. Yes, we are on the dead side of the fence cheering on the shufflers against the human scum. In Dead Heads we meet Mike, confused after a car accident and desperate to see his one true love Ellie. One small issue, he's a zombie, murdered by Ellie's father and …
 
American composer Michael Torke joins conductor Devin Patrick Hughes on One Symphony. Michael Torke's music has been hailed as "some of the most optimistic, joyful and thoroughly uplifting music to appear in recent years" by Gramophone, and the composer has been commissioned by such orchestras as The Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmoni…
 
Two movies this week that barely scrape into the zombie bracket for me, although google uses the z-word for both. Alone, one of a thousand movies with the same title, is an incredibly slow, dull plague movie where a disease could potentially effect everyone and the only known cure has a chance of turning you into a homicidal maniac. Minimal cast, m…
 
According to Douglas Adams 42 is the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything. In this, episode 42, we are not so lucky. But there was hope. We had The Last Hope, a very poor Australian effort, where an immune soldier, the eponymous last hope, and others head across Australia to find a hospital to create a cure. Well, a very tiny…
 
Let's start by saying this...YOU MATTER! God has uniquely gifted each of us to fulfill a role, to play a part, in His active plan to redeem the world. This plan involves all of us as His body, one community, working together in unity to be His ambassadors, a royal priesthood. While we all play different parts, each one is critical. Do you know your…
 
Put another shrimp on the zombie powered barbie and crack open a tall, cold Castlemaine 4X from the zombie powered fridge, as this week we are looking at the Wyrmwood series, the 2014 Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, where we are introduced to the new world, of zombies as fuel, and hazmat suited doctors and armoured soldiers killing the survivors to mak…
 
We welcome dynamic pianist/composer Stewart Goodyear back to Toledo to perform his own music: the Caribbean-inspired dance suite for piano and orchestra, Callaloo. Not only do we hear what went into the creation of this saucy dish, we get to know Stewart himself through personal stories and shared insights. We also talk about two other "dance" work…
 
Vitaliy Katsenelson joins Devin Patrick Hughes on One Symphony. He was born in Murmansk, USSR, and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1991. Vitaliy became CEO of Investment Management Associates in 2012 and has written two books on investing and for publications including Financial Times, Barron’s, Institutional Investor and Foreign…
 
Yet another episode of the Infernal Symphony Pestilence Podcast rolls in, and with it, the start of a whole new year!! This month, metal maestro Demonic Bishop recounts his experiences and expertise from his younger days and discusses the bands and moments which got him into metal music, and how and why others should too. Also this month, we review…
 
A real cult classic this episode, The Return of the Living Dead. 1985, cool mid-80s punk music, odd mid-1980s fashion (shoulder pads, collars up, no sleeves and a lot of zips and chains), and a slightly comedic plot derived from The Night of the Living Dead that didn't really feel all that funny. Still, it is the movie that gave us the idea that zo…
 
We are baaaaack! Did you miss us? Well, we weren't gone for very long to be fair. But we are back with the second season of The Undead Symphony, starting with two international efforts, the cheesy, a bit racist, Shaun of the Dead rip-off Kill Zombie! from the Netherlands, where Aziz, Mo, Jeffrey, Nolan, Joris and Officer Kim must battle their way a…
 
Starting out this new year praying for all of God and His benefits! Sharing a heartfelt word to bless, encourage, uplift, and usher you into His presence and this new year! I've added another shout for January birthdays, Christmas in July, AND my Upcoming New Book/Audiobook Promotion! Check out last Sunday's description for the visual promo code me…
 
In this first ever episode with a female guest, Mark and Sarge peel the onion with psychologist, coach and author, Veronica Colon. Not only is Veronica's perspective applicable for men, but she also provides valuable insight into the importance of a man's role to provide a safe place for his princess. If you've ever wondered who your significant ot…
 
We continue our 2023 festivities with a "getting-to-know-you episode" featuring two recent additions to the Toledo Symphony family: Emily McCready (Marketing Manager at Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts) and Georgi Dimitrov (Associate Principal Viola). Hear their stories, play some icebreaker games, and join us for a look both behind the curt…
 
We ring in 2023 SymphonyLAB style with our predictions and resolutions — plus our favorite moments from the past year (and what we're looking forward to in 2023). And of course, it just wouldn't be a party without a quiz! Test your movie trivia knowledge with our Twixmas Movie Quote quiz! But most importantly, we wish all of you a Very Happy New Ye…
 
This week, and the last of 2022, we watch Aquarium of the Dead that includes Vivica A Fox from Kill Bill Pt 1 and 2 in a terrible role, where the CGI walrus has the best range of the acting "talent on offer" and Dead Again, no not the 1991 Kenneth Brannagh and Emma Thompson effort. This is a bad 2021 British movie with bad special effect, sounds ef…
 
Go behind the scenes with conductor Devin Patrick Hughes as we take a historical, musical, and cultural tour through one of the greatest works of art of the 19th century, the Nutcracker! Who did Tchaikovsky collaborate with? What were some of his inspirations to write the Nutcracker? Did Tchaikovsky enjoy writing the Nutcracker? How did he work wit…
 
Brini Amerigo's writing and directorial debut is, to be fair, a piece of woman-hating misogynistic nastiness wrapped up in a half-assed house invasion where the house has real horrors in it story. A gang of home invaders who make the household commit heinous acts at gunpoint before killing them pick the wrong house this time when they attack the Po…
 
The 2010 Ford Brothers production of The Dead, filmed in Burkina Faso and Ghana finds the hero (Rob Freeman) the sole survivor of an evacuation flight crash making his way across a dusty, African country in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Meeting up with local soldier Daniel, who is trying to find his son, Freeman makes his way from unprotected …
 
O little town of Bethlehem How still we see thee lie Above thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by Yet in thy dark streets shineth The everlasting light The hopes and fears of all the years Are met in thee tonight Scattershot Symphony is presented by Watchfire Music: watchfiremusic.comOleh Peter Link
 
Season's greetings as I herald our Lord and Savior through a portion of the scriptorial account of His birth from the Book of Luke! Then listen to the special gifts Symphony of Sound is offering to those who are interested in vacations on-a-dime, free audiobooks when purchasing the print copy and of course, music and love brought to you the 'Praise…
 
After the grim offering last time out I needed quality, and this spin off of Fear the Walking Dead was a perfect route back to decent zombie fare. Starring Nick Stahl as Riley, his character from FTWD (Season 6), during the opening of the show back in Season 1, the crew of the USS Pennsylvania is pulled from a NATO exercise to the Gulf of Mexico bu…
 
Join us for an exciting look at what God does when we step out of the boat to join Him at work around the world and in our own backyards. Mark and Sarge recap a bit of their journey and some of their personal experiences engaging in missions work. It's a fun one, full of stories, laughter and a whole bunch of God winks you won't want to miss. Be su…
 
Two of the bottom of the barrel movies this week, one of which I couldn't comfortably finish. The overly stupid, misogynistic, self-referential Range 15 starring a whole landing craft of celebrity veterans and cameos from William Shatner, Sean Astin, Keith David, Danny Trejo and Ron Jeremy. Funded by the "stars" and a indie-go-go crowdfunding page …
 
It's A Swingin' Christmas as we welcome not one but two Scotts: Scott Lavender and Scott Potter, conductor and trumpeter/President respectively of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra. We hear the ensemble's backstory and open up the discussion with newly minted Artistic Director of the TJO, Alain Trudel. But wait, there's more... as we test our scottological…
 
Starring Elliot Page and with a more than a hint about the rehabilitation of terrorists detainees from the Troubles, this infected movie set in Northern Ireland poses the questions he have been wanting ask; what happens if the infected get cured? Do we take them back in? Are they the same person as they were before? Can we forgive them for the crim…
 
Hello one and all to a very special, bumper edition Christmas/ New Year episode of the podcast, just filled to the rafters with all manner of awesome talking points and interesting musings. This extra-long episode of course talks all things Christmas and New Year, but also contains features regarding how to write metal music, how bandleader Demonic…
 
Making the most of my Amazon Shudder account this week to watch a second Shudder Original (Virusl:32) as well as The Horde. First we have the overly macho The Horse where a group of undercover cops head into the ghetto to take out the drug dealer who murdered their friend, only for the two competing elements to be forced together to fight the epony…
 
Tis the Season! Join me this afternoon as I share the Christmas Story that heralds His birth in Luke's 2nd Chapter! It is a time of celebration, witness, and testimony that I lovingly share with you! Happy Birthday Jesus and to all my December baby family and friends!~ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/linda-carol-shaw/messageSupport t…
 
So what is a Sherpa anyway? Is it a warm fuzzy pullover? Sarge seems to think so, but Mark has some wisdom and context to share on the subject of Sherpas. In this episode, Mark, Sarge and Chris discuss the value of having a Sherpa, or guide, when making a trek through the mountains and even more so in our day-to-day lives. Do you have a Sherpa in y…
 
Set in a First Nation reservation where the natives are immune to a zombie virus that affects the white population, fish and carnivores, we see local police chief Traylor and family try to survive with their people, whilst balancing saving those who could bring it all to an end. The late Jeff Barnaby's movie is a superb take on the zombie genre wit…
 
The holidays are a great time to catch up on all our favorite movies, and many of these films wouldn’t enjoy the popularity they do without their amazing soundtracks! Today on One Symphony, we want to share with you some of our Holiday Film Score favorites! Join conductor Devin Patrick Hughes as he explores some classical films scores including Hav…
 
This week we look at Lucio Fulci's 1979 classic Zombie Flesh Eaters, aka Zombie, aka Zombi 2, an official sequel to Romero's, or at least the Argento edit of, Dawn of the Dead. Starring Ian McCullouch of Survivors, and Mia Farrow's less talented sister, we head to the Caribbean where the dead are rising from their conquistador graves to bit people …
 
Once again, on the edge of foolishness, Thyme and Josiah demonstrate their generosity. The beginnings of an off-beat family foreshadow much drama, a wealth of laughter, and a mighty struggle comin’ their way. Scattershot Symphony is Presented by Watchfire Music watchfiremusic.comOleh Peter Link
 
We preview and celebrate the annual Toledo Symphony performance of G.F. Handel's Messiah at Rosary Cathedral, alongside our customary TSLAB nod to Thanksgiving. Special guest Mickey Emch (who sings in Messiah) joins us for an extended dinner party, with plenty of music, fun, and quizzes – including a healthy dose of Handel and a dollop of Turkey tr…
 
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