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Most people are unaware that classical singers face many of the same roadeblocks that actors face when it comes to typecasting and stereotypes. Today we take an interesting look at "Fach-isms", vocal stereotypes and you can learn to love it, accept it, work with it, but most importantly "lean in" to it.
My guest for today is international operatic sensation, Phillip K. Bullock. Phillip is a native of Washington D. C., has been featured in recitals, concerts, and operas both nationally and internationally. Recently, Mr. Bullock performed the role of Jake in Porgy and Bess at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Mexico. Mr. Bullock has also been seen in performances of Porgy and Bess in Copenhagen, Denmark with the Royal Danish Opera. Other notable operatic performances include Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Papageno in the Magic Flute, John Brook in Mark Adamo's Little Women, the Marquis D'Obgny in La Traviata, and Jake Wallace in last season's production of La Fanciulla del West with Kentucky Opera. In summer of 2015, in addition to making his debut with Maryland Lyric Opera, Mr. Bullock was the baritone soloist in Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the National Music Festival Orchestra. This upcoming season, as a Young Artist with Kentucky Opera, he can be seen in performances of Verdi’s Macbeth, and various concerts and recitals.
Would you like to learn more about Phillip? Visit his website! Visit http://www.phillipbullock.com/
Is sports the ultimate soap opera of life? Maybe, at least according to the Sports Gal Pal's guest this week, Zach McCrite. Zach is the host of the Zach McCrite Show on the Franchise OK, and also has created a podcast called The Podcast About Sports Radio. Ramona and Zach discuss everything from NFL's concussion issues to how to compromise with the remote.
The Sports Gal Pal also discused her thoughts about Hope Solo continuing to play for Team USA while in the middle of controversy surrounding her arrest in last year for assault.
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Meet Paul “Arbil” Higgins, singer, actor, and more. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, but raise in Compton, California, Paul L. “Arbil” Higgins played in the marching band trumpet and was active in drama class before graduating from Dominguez High School in 1974. Two years later and after studying cosmetology, he created the new look of the group, Switch, and became the personal hair stylist of Jermaine Jackson for the cover of his Let’s Get Serious album.
In 1992 Paul had a role in the movie, The Mambo Kings. Subsequentlyhe became a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the ASCAP. Later he garnered a major role in the movie, Riot, and landed another role in The Replacement Killers. In 2002 he studied to become a film director at American Film Institute and in 2004 he uploaded on YouTube the first all Afro-American soap opera entitled, Paternal Longings, Mini Soap, Parts One and Two; and a video poetry entitled The Face of Crazy. Paul’s debut album, Love Me, was produced in 2007 by Michael Mann.
Currently, Paul is active at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Angeles as a Minister of Music. Additionally, because community service is very important to him, he actively coaches baseball with at risk-youth for the Baldwin Hills Park community. He supports community organizations such as the YMCA, the Dept. of Social Services, and the Foster Parenting Assn.
Networking, politics and charity drives surround his everyday activities. A bachelor, Paul humbly resides in Los Angeles.
Visit Arbil at www.facebook.com/thaaudition
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Anne Kanengeiser. She will discuss her role in the hit Broadway Series THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
Credits for ANNE KANENGEISER include: (Madame Giry). Broadway: Ragtime; Little Women. National Tour: Beauty and the Beast (Mrs. Potts); The Phantom Of The Opera (Mme. Giry); Little Women. Helen Hayes Awards for Eleanor: An American Love Story (Eleanor Roosevelt, Ford’s Theater); Passion (Fosca, Signature Theatre). Regional: Fiddler On The Roof (Golde, Penn. Shakespeare); Carousel (Nettie, Goodspeed). TV: L&O: SVU; Guiding Light. Recordings: Ragtime; Eleanor: An American Love Story.
In Pittsburgh, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA will play Wednesday, February 18 through Sunday, March 1, 2015.
To purchase tickets, visit www.TrustArts.org, call 412-456-4800 or in person at Theater Square Box Office, 655 Penn Avenue. Ticket prices start at $40.
Your dance career really gets started when you bouce back from being knocked down a few times.
Stacey Tookey is a multitalented, director, choreographer and dancer who has worked with Celine Dion, Bette Midler, Justin Timberlake, and Michael Buble. She performed with Mia Michaels' dance company R.A.W., New York's Parsons Dance Project, Ballet British Columbia, ChuThis and the Houston Grand Opera's Carmen. Assistant choreographer for Broadway's A Few Good Men Dancin' and original cast member for the entire five-year run of Celine Dion's record-breaking show A New Day at Caesar's Palace. She has received three Emmy nominations for her work on #SYTYCD, and she choreographs for Dancing With the Stars. Her dance company, Still Motion debuted in June 2014 to sold out audiences. Stacey is board member of Nigel Lithgoe's Dizzy Feet Foundation.
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parts 1 and 2 by Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra part 3
Royal Opera Orchestra Covent Garden, guest conductor Eugene Goossens
I edited parts 1-2 to form the first part and then added part 3 just to see If I could
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Author William V. Madison drops by to talk about Madeline Kahn: Being the Music – A Life, his fascinating biography of the beloved actress who won so many fans by combining her musical talent and flair for comedy in such iconic movies as Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles. Madison boasts excellent qualitfications to write this well-researched book. His experience includes serving as an Associate Editor of Opera News and a production assistant on the Broadway musical Rags. Madison is also a graduate of Columbia’s School of Creative Writing. His new biography gives readers a riveting behind-the-scenes look at Madeline Kahn’s personal and professional life. It’s an inspiring tale about the persistence and dedication of an insecure but highly talented artist. George Bettinger, from The Mom and Pop Shop Radio Show, will co-host.
Although earning a degree in speech therapy and receiving training as an opera singer, Madeline Kahn became famous as a popular star of film, stage and TV. During the course of her illustrious career, Madeline appeared in over 40 films and television shows, garnering two Oscar nominations and four Golden Globe nominations. She also won a Tony Award as Best Actress in The Sisters Rosensweig and a People’s Choice Award in 1984 as Best New TV Performer as well as a Daytime Emmy Award in 1987 for her Outstanding Performance in an After School Special. Madeline passed away in 1999 at age 57 -- but her impressive work on film continues to bring her new fans every day.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture
Eugen Onegin Waltz.
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Two 12" 78 RPM records.
3 sides contain Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. The 4th Side contains Tchaikovsky's Eugen Onegin Waltz.
Victrola 9025 & 9026. Scroll label. Orthophonic Recording.
Royal Opera Orchestra Covent Garden, guest conductor Eugene Goossens.
Recorded in London, July 15-16, 1926.
2 sound discs: analog, 78 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Victrola: 9025--9026; matrix nos.: CR573-IIA, CR574-IIA, CR575-I, CR578-I.
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