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New DIY Series for Operaluscous Radio: How to Organize Your Own Recital
Being an indie classical artist is awesome, but it can get a bit nerve-wracking when you find yourself trying to do it all. This show features some great tips to build off of to help get you started. Opera singer, recitalist, recording artist and actress, Bri Cooper, shares some amazing strategies that will keep you focused and on track when planning your next amazing recital! Continue the discussion by following her on Twitter, Facebook or Youtube!
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The Colour of Music Festival began this week in Charleston, SC. (October 22-26) featuring chamber music performances, organ and voice recitals. Dr. Wayne A. Barr of Tuskegee University opened the High Noon Organ Recital Series in music by Whitlock, J. S. Bach, Ralph Simpson and Vierne. Recorded live at Grace Episcopal Church Charleston. For more information about the festival www.colourofmusic.org
Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, 564
Ralph Simpson: Three Spirituals
Roll Jordan, Roll
Symphonie III, op. 28
Join us Monday, 9/29 at 7:00 pm as we celebrate icon guitarist Peter White's 14th solo album Smile is set for release October 7, 2014 via Concord, benefits from White’s jazz/rock sensibilities and skill as a programmer. “Holding Me Closer” flies with its contemporary synth feel and uplifting lyrics. While he may be best known for electric parts with Stewart, here he returns to his fabled nylon. His acoustic is never overshadowed by his production, however, as Smile boasts a clean, evocative feel.
Marianne SolivanMarianne Solivan is quickly becoming one of the most buzzed about jazz singers on the New York scene, Marianne Solivan does not remember an “ah-ha” moment that brought her to the music she has devoted herself to: “I don’t recall having a big moment that made me like jazz. I just dug it.”
It is that same simplicity of statement with its intrinsic honesty that characterizes Solivan’s style. The infallible swing of Ella, the daring of Betty Carter, the matter-of factness of Carmen McRae…They can all be found in the voice of Marianne Solivan, whom trumpeter Jeremy Pelt has called “the modern-day paradigm to which all singers should aspire.”
It is no coincidence that the 2009 Jazzmobile Vocal Competition finalist has graced recital halls, jam sessions and club stages with such noted musicians as Roy Hargrove, Steve Lacy, Jeremy Pelt, Ray Gallon (Ron Carter, Art Farmer, Lionel Hampton, T.S. Monk), Ugonna Ukegwo (Tom Harrell, Jacky Terrason) and Jane Monheit’s sidemen Neal Minor and Michael Kanan.
Anthony McGill, just named Principal Clarinet of the New York Philharmonic beginning in September 2014, held the same position with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra since 2004. He was chosen to perform with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, and Gabriela Montero at President Obama’s inauguration in January of 2009.
Performances throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and South Africa in recital, chamber music and as a soloist with orchestras consistently receiving rave reviews. As an educator, McGill is on the faculties of The Juilliard School, Peabody Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music and Bard College Conservatory.
From Chicago, McGill attended The Curtis Institute of Music and is a recipient of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, as well as the first Sphinx Medal of Excellence.
Hailed by the New York Times as ‘a robust baritone’, a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City with recent debuts at Carnegie Hall, Canadian baritone Jonathan Estabrooks continues to make a unique and rich contribution to the performing arts world. His vocalism and performance style have been called “commanding, rich, fresh and energetic”, his stage presence likened to that of a young Ron Howard.
Mr. Estabrooks has appeared in recital, concert and opera in Canada, the United States and abroad. His impressive vocal delivery has taken him around the world, in Opera and concert performances and to venues such as Carnegie Hall and performances with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Israeli Chamber Orchestra and alongside Broadway stars Ashley Brown and Aaron Lazar. His performances have also been broadcast throughout Canada on CBC Television and he has performances for the Governor General, The Prime Minister of Canada, the US Ambassador to Canada, The Italian Ambassador to Canada and President Bill Clinton.
Jonathan joins me this evening for a very promising evening of ‘great talk’ and exceptional performances.
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This week we continue our study from Paper 91 of The Urantia Book:The Evolution of Prayer.
It's amazing how much something as simple as a prayer has the power to change our perceptions. The Urantia Book says the prayer can be a sincere expression of spiritual attitude, a declaration of soul loyalty, a recital of personal devotion, an expression of thanksgiving, an avoidance of emotional tension, a prevention of conflict, an exaltation of intellection, an ennoblement of desire, a vindication of moral decision, an enrichment of thought, an invigoration of higher inclinations, a consecration of impulse, a clarification of viewpoint, a declaration of faith, a transcendental surrender of will, a sublime assertion of confidence, a revelation of courage, the proclamation of discovery, a confession of supreme devotion, the validation of consecration, a technique for the adjustment of difficulties, and the mighty mobilization of the combined soul powers to withstand all human tendencies toward selfishness, evil, and sin.
The book further states that even though prayer does not change the changeless and infinite Creator, "it very often effects great and lasting changes in the one who prays in faith and confident expectation. Prayer has been the ancestor of much peace of mind, cheerfulness, calmness, courage, self-mastery, and fair-mindedness in the men and women of the evolving races."
This week we'll cover at least section 3. Prayer and the Alter Ego, Section 4. Ethical Praying and Section 5. Social Repercussions of Prayer.
Jesus often referred to prayer as, "just a little talk with my Father in heaven." The Urantia Book teaches that, "The doing of the will of God is nothing more or less than an exhibition of creature willingness to share the inner life with God—with the very God who has made such a creature life of inner meaning-value possible."
Please join us!
Tonight at the Woodshed, our resident percussion expert, Kerian Cox, will highlight his senior recital performed at Lee Hall Auditorium on the campus of Florida A&M University. You can view the performance on Kerian's website at chopuniversity.com. I will be reading from his blog tonight and talking about the performance. We will not have enough time to take calls, but you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com.
The Ink Spot(Spoken Ink) With-IndigoSoul Presents "Theme Nite" Saturday, May 10th 2014! ~Showtime~ 10pmE/9pmC/8pmM/7pmP. CALLED IN LIVE @347-945-5070
Tonight In The Ink Spot, IndigoSoul Brings To You: "Theme Nite"
-One Topic/One Title: IndigoSoul Will Give One Topic & Title As The Theme For A Poem
-One Recital: Each Participant Is To Recite A Poem Based Upon The Theme &Topic/Title Provided.
-Each Participant Has A Maximum Up 10 Minutes To Recite Their Piece. (If there are any interruptions, extra time may be granted)
- One Winner Will Be Chosen & Crowned As "King OR Queen Of Theme" Of The Week(Each Week's Winner Will Return Each Week To Defend His/Her Crown
-Themes & Judging Will Be Decided By Host: IndigoSoul
-All Participants Must Sign Up Prior To The Airing Of The Show (Exceptions May Be Made, Depending On Number Of Sign-Ups.(Sign-Ups Will Be Taking Place On The Ink Spot ( Spoken Ink ) With-IndigoSoul Facebook Event Page.
10:15pm-11:30pm- "THEME NITE"
11:30pm-12:00am- Open Mic/Music/Spoken Word/Closing Out Of The Show
Monique was born in San Luis Obispo, California on November 4th in the year of the Snake.
At the age of three she became obsessed with ballerinas and begged her parents for dance lessons. Naturally they gave her what she wanted - spoiled brat that she is. They even gave her a bonus - a little sister, Marnay. Life was good, ballet classes and her very own doll - er, sister. But then things changed... Dance recital. With an audience...
From that moment on Monique was hooked and like any addict she needed more. More ballet. Then tap, then jazz. More recitals and more costumes and more applause. But it still wasn’t enough.
At the age of nine she started mainlining theater. Drama-rama, Baby! Monique did all the recitals and plays and talent contests that she could. Monique's poor family could hardly keep up with her, so after many years they finally staged (forgive the pun) an intervention. AKA: high school.
For a time in her teen years, Monique managed to put aside her addiction for more “normal” pursuits - boys, rebelling against authority, boys - that sort of thing. Oh, did we mention boys?
After high school, Monique attended Alan Hancock College (great theater dept.). Big Mistake. She thought she could just take a few theater and dance classes while she figured out what to do with her life. What Monique figured out was that acting was her life.
So the only thing left to do was pack up her bags, move to Hollywood and be a big star! Or as it turns out, move to Los Angeles, study acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, go on lots of auditions, work a lot of 16 hour days and become a little bitty star. For now...
Stay tuned as the drama continues to unfold!
Join us as we air the 2012 August Musicales Recital of soprano Lisa Edwards-Burrs at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, Richmond, VA. She is accompanied by pianist Michael Simpson.
Purcell-Music for A While, Hahn-A Chloris,Debussy-Fantoches, Bachelet-Chere Nuit, Richard Strauss-Zueignung, Schlagende Herzen and Befreit, Puccini-O mio babbino caro, Previn-I Can Smell the Sea Air, Charles Ingram-Weep No More You Sad Fountains, Dream Valley & Little Lamb, Dett-Ride On, King Jesus, Michael Simpson-Deep River, Charles Lloyd-Ain't A that-a Good News, Flanders/Swann-A Word on My Ear
ENCORE: Work-This Little Light of Mine
Lisa Edwards-Burrs, who has been described as “a soprano of crystalline beauty”, received degrees in Vocal Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia (B.M. and M.M.) and The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. (D.M.A.). An accomplished lyric-coloratura soprano, her performances in recital, oratorio and chamber music are extensive. Her operatic roles include: Athena in The Furies, Ola/Harriet Tubman in Vanqui, Blanche in Dialogues of the Carmelites, Monica in The Medium, Despina in Così fan tutti, Treemonisha in Treemonisha, Adina in L’elisir d’amore and Poppea in L’incoronazione di Poppea.
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