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Culminating the 2014 Community Symposium Series of The Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC (October 22-26) was a timely keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, former Director of Opera and Music at the NEA and now President and CEO of Michigan Opera Theatre. In his address, Brown shares his trajectory in the arena of arts management, its important and passing the torch to the future of the field. Brown has had considerable experience in the arts, himself first playing cello and singing as a tenor. his talk comes from a place of sound perspective and in Part 2, his talk culminates in a panel moderated by host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy. Joining the panel is Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
Welcome to the Essence of Success Radio Network. Friday Traffic Jams this week will be a special edition of Opera with Andre Bocelli. If you have never heard of him or listen to Opera, you surely will enjoy a treat. His voice is magnificent, and amazing to say the least. Showtime is at 5pm PST, phone number 646-727-2914. CHAT ROOM IS OPEN. Thank you for joining us in something new.
Hello everyone! Meet actress Angell Conwell she's form the hit soap opera The Young & The Restless. We'll discuss her career, Hollywood and more...
PROTEST! Speak Up! Do Your Part!
Today, more than ever, we, good people, have to stand together to right the wrongs of fellow citizens, our government, and anything else where there is personal and social injustice, where there is religious persecution, where there is abuse of any kind.
Today, we have Jeff Wiesenfeld, who organized a massive protest of "The Death of Klinghoffer" at the Metropolitan Opera. Rabbi Joseph Potasnik was a featured speaker and It was attended by such notables as Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki.
Rabbi Diana S. Gerson also joins us today to talk about the importance of community involvement, your involvement, where you can make a difference. You can stand up and be counted, and you should get involved.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke !
The Boston Tea Party Opera is an entry in the New York International Fringe Festival. It was composed by Matthew Zachary Johnson. Hear this interview regarding what inspired Mr. Johnson to write this new American opera.
Rabbi Joseph Potasnik recently returned from Israel. He was in Ashkelon when rockets struck the city. Despite the barrage from Hamas missiles,the Rabbi asserts that the Israeli government does everything it can to keep you safe. Rabbi Potasnik urges you to visit Israel and appreciate and support this great US ally.
Rabbi Potasnik also talks about the mounting protests at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
You don't have to be Jewish to love Israel and value their awesome worldwide contributions. No doubt it will surprise you to hear about Israel's support of Syrian Muslims.
Join us for our pro talk segment on Sports With The StatMan on Wednesday night.
The Giants have evened their record at 2-2, but what about the rest of the local teams? They had tougher matchups, with the Jets hosting Detroit and the Patriots going to Kansas City on Monday night. Plus, the Eagles try to stay undefeated as they take on the 49ers. We will review Week 4 with the local teams and go around the league. We will also take a peek at Week 5, including our Thursday night game preview and pick.
Our 2014-15 StatMan NHL Preview rolls on as we tackle the Metropolitan Division. All of the comings, goings, and storylines heading into the season, as well as our prediction for how the division will end up.
Listen live this Wednesday night at 11pm ET or download the podcast here. "Like" the show on Facebook. Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates. You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, the Random Musings blog is always on.
DISCLAIMER: I'M NO EXPERT IN THIS FIELD, BUT I FIGURED WHY NOT TAKE A WHACK AT IT! YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE, SO WHY NOT TRY DIFFERENT SHIT!
I've been known to be a very random person amongst my peers. The stage has been calling me for years now, and with little experience I've decided to audition for 'Phantom of the Opera'!!!! I wouldn't say I'm the best singer, but I think I can manage.
In this episode, I'm gonna tell you what I plan on doing to get my voice prepared for auditions in September.
Can't back out now, I've told everyone I'm doing this....FUCK!!!!
Welcome to Soap Opera Sitdown where Shady & Heather, along w/ Pam, Maddie & others will sit down w/ the Soap Stars we love. This week on Soap Opera Sitdown Shady & Heather will interview Shady's favorite Soap Star of all time. She is the genius behind Flip Fantasia, the Author of Murdering My Youth, the woman better known to millions & millions as Dixie Cooney Chandler Martin, the one & only Cady McClain! This weekend is Shady's Birthday Weekend & he wanted no other guest except for Cady. So tune in as Shady's Birthday wish comes true!
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the April 12-24, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:
Cost/benefit of the Olympic Games in Berlin;
Elementary schooling, schoolmasters vs schoolmistresses, "Reich Schools";
Installing Dr. Schacht as head of the Reichsbank over Dr. Luther was a complicated process;
Why the Metropolitan Opera House in New York has just closed its doors;
The SS contribution to good German blood and babies - importance of who carries arms;
Praise for the Duce, dislike of the Italian aristocracy;
Decisive events of the war so far reveal the weakness of German High Command in 1st WW - the build-up of the new navy;
No sanction for soldiers to marry foreign women - the importance for children of true affection between marriage partners - domestic trouble in marriages of National-Socialist leaders.
In response to the keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, President and CEO of the Michigan Opera Theatre, our host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy moderates a panel discussion culminating the Community Symposium Series of the Colour of Music Festival with Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
Gudrun Buhler Singer / Actress discusses:
From Stage to Virtual Media, How Has Performance Changed?
Gudrun Buhler is an internationally experienced singer and actress who shares her on stage experience to compare how our oldest form of teaching and entertainment, live theater, has been has been the forerunner to, and influenced by, modern methods of film, video and virtual media. How have stories changed, how has this changed acting and composition, and, and what should we look forward to and not forget as viewers?
Gudrun Buhler, native of Germany, is an Opera Singer of world class. She holds a Master of Voice from Manhattan School of Music and has performed in Venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Baden-Baden Festpielhaus, the Karlsruhe Opera House, the Kaiserslautern Opera House and many others in Europe and America.
Her most recent performances include the singing and acting of the role of Klara, a German cabaret singer, in the play “When Yellow were the Stars on Earth”. The play took to the stage in January 2014 at the Cabrini Repertory Theater where she recently performed the Soprano part of the Song Cycle “In a Persian Garden” by Liza Lehmann together with three other soloists. Gudrun loves to sing classical song and gives Recitals in Museums on a regular basis.
In November, 2014:
• Gudrun will perform her next recital of German song at the Delaware Museum of Art, and,
• Gudrunwill perform Wagner’s “Wesendonck-Lieder” with Orchestra at the St.Pauls Chapel in New York.