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EPISODE #029 - "Bot Opera"
Written by Jonithan Patrick Russell, Vince Stadon and Kyle Borcz
Rated U - for Universal Audiences!
Who's the daddy?! Can anyone really know? And will there be any friendships left on the Titan 1 by the time we find out?! (Duration: 19:30)
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Soloman Howard joins the show to speak about his trajectory in the arena of opera. The Morgan University and Manhattan School of Music graduate is currently one of Washington National Opera's rising stars and is set to make his Metropolitan Opera debut this fall! Currently a member of Washington National Opera’s Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program,a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Soloman Howard is garnering superlatives from the press for his vivid performances on the opera and concert stages. His voice is called “sonorous” by The New York Times, “superhuman” by The Denver Post, and “spectacular” by Maryland Theatre Guide. Performances of the 2013-14 season include Sarastro in The Magic Flute conducted by Washington National Opera’s Music Director Philippe Auguin, Moser in Verdi’s I Masnadieri with Washington Concert Opera led by Music Director Antony Walker, Mendelssohn’s Die erste Walpurgisnacht at Carnegie Hall with Kent Tritle and the Oratorio Society of New York, and a role debut as Colline in La bohème with North Carolina Opera conducted by Robert Moody. Read more
This month is not only the month of love, but we also celebrate the life of African Americans who have made significant contributions to the world. I am very excited that I have been invited by Baltimore National Heritage Area Association to kick off their Black History Speakers Series at City Hall with The Honorable Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake this Friday. This Episode will give insight to who Anne Wiggins Brown was and how she impacted classical music forever.
Listen to Ms. Brown sing SUMMERTIME
I also have a few extra goodies to share with you but you have to listen to get the scoop!
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NOTE: THE Blogktalkradio.com server was corrupted and the podcast for this show will not play. You can hear a clean copy at Music Friday: www.blogtalkradio.com/musicfriday.
Dark Beauty will tell the legend of the Dark Angel who fell from grace and now rules an evil tower in an unknown land. Banished from heaven she is pulled down from grace above, falling deep into the woods of the dark primeval forest. With a broken wing she descends through twisted cathedral-like branches of trees. Dark Beauty, five supremely talented musicians who range from opera singer to a professor at the Manhattan School of Music have come together in a classically influenced, gothic alternative Progressive Rock band that will tell this tale in its concept album, “Fall From Grace”. This will be the first time anyone has ever heard it.
Joy Collins is a fourth generation vocalist who has seen a lot of life, both good and bad. After hitting bottom, she has gone through a metamorphosis, like a caterpillar into a butterfly, shaking off addictions, hitting bottom and finding love again. With a perfect pitch voice and lyrics and power than come from having lived the stories sings, she is ready to take the music world by storm. Joy has worked with some of the most sought after players in Nashville and is now stepping out and a strong, emerging country musician. Her new album , It Ain’t Just Music, is what country is about – life as it comes at you and we are proud to have her.
We have a really full program; make certain to listen to the archived program which features a special interview and update with spokesperson for MOVE, Ramona Africa. I speak to Ms. Africa the evening before she and Pam Africa get on the plane to visit the Bay Area for the Celebration of Life & Struggle and Welcome Home for Lynn Stewart this weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area, May 2-4, 2014: http://www.worldcantwait.net/index.php/calls-to-action/8513-lynne-stewart-people-s-attorney-speaking-events-in-bay-area We open the show with an interview with artist, scholar, Jeramy DeCristo whose Document/in the hold opens this evening, May 2, the exhibit up through May 30, with an artist talk next week, May 16, 2014, at Siete Potencias Africanas Gallery, 777 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco (415) 323-9406. We shift next into a true freedom story as told by Zenobia Powell Perry, in the opera Tawawa House. We happily welcome into the studio members of the cast: Shawnette Sulker (soprano, as Fanny) & Barry L. Robinson (baritone, as Jake); Janis-Rozena Perry, Zenobia Powell Perry's daughter; Jeannie Pool, the arranger, orchestrator and biographer; and Matthew Buckman, General Director of Townsend Opera to talk about the world premiere of Zenobia Powell Perry’s African American folk opera Tawawa House at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, CA this weekend, tonight, Friday, May 2 and Sunday, May 4, 2014: http://townsendopera.com/blog/2014/04/03/townsend-opera-announces-cast-tawawa-house/ We close with an interview with Michael Asberry, understudy for the role of Gabriel in Marin Theatre Company's production of August Wilson's Fences, performs this role Sunday, May 4, at 2 and 7 p.m. Visit http://www.marintheatre.org/
Join Family of a Vet Blog Talk Radio show host Debbie Sprague for an intriguing interview with Tiziana DellaRovere - author, spiritual director, and artist, who has also suffered the effects of combat PTSD.
Learn how Tiziana is using a new and truly unique opera, "The Canticle of the Black Madonna: A Soldier's Journey" to provide a powerful portrayal of how Post Traumatic Stress impacts the veteran and the family, and to provide a path toward healing the souls of those wounded by war.
The opera will premiere in Portland, Oregon in September and will bring together community partners, service providers on site to provide resources and referrals, followed by a faciliated post-performance discussion.
Tune in on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 from 4:30 -5:30pm CST
Listeners are invited to call-in with questions and comments to: 323-657-1470
Alabe y agradezca a Dios por quien él es y por lo que ha hecho por usted. Admita sus debilidades. Confiese todo pecado específico del que tenga conciencia. Ore para que otras personas también reciban a Jesucristo como su Señor y Salvador
Hi listeners and welcome another edition of Weekdays with Murph. I'm super excited to welcome somebody to the show that I consider to be a very dear friend. The lovely and talented Ms. Kathleen Gati joins me on the show to chat about everything Mutter (Dr. Obrecht) has been up to and if she has any other dastardly shenanigans up her sleeve. This is a show not to be missed! As always, I have my co-host, Emily, with me, so let's get to it!
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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Joylynn M. Ross writing under the name BLESSEDselling author, E. N. Joy. I am the writer behind the five book series, “New Day Divas,” and the “Still Divas” three book series, coined the “Soap Opera in Print.” Formerly writing secular works under the names Joylynn M. Jossel and JOY, I am an award winning author that has been sharing my literary expertise on conference panels in my home town of Columbus, Ohio as well as cities across the country.
Well, the Mets are now 10 games under the .500 mark. Is it time to close the doors on the 2014 season? Are there real concerns with #1 Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard? Who do the Mets trade at the July 31 trade deadline?
We try to figure some of that out, as we once again present the Payoff Pitch with Pastor Dave, featuring Mets fan and youth pastor David Amendola.
It is here that we discuss New York Mets baseball on Out of the Blue and Orange, an original program of the King James Radio Network.
We take a look at the Mets, and exactly how their season is going. There are sure to be a lot of soap opera moments with this team, and a few good ones along the way.
Our feature segment is The Payoff Pitch with Pastor Dave, featuring youth pastor and diehard Mets fan, David Amendola.
DC Rapier explores the "roots, stems and branches" known simply as the Blues! He blends his vast musical knowledge with his love of the blues. Each week he will take us on a musical journey as only Brother Doug can do!
Born and raised an hour from the famous Blues and Jazz venues of Chicago, DC Rapier began his professional music journey with his first paying gig at the age of 15, as the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player in a band playing Blues and R&B tunes learned from recordings of the vanguards of the British Invasion, the Yardbirds, the Animals and the Rolling Stones.
For more than 45 years, DC has been singing madrigal, plain-song, oratorio, art song, opera, musicals, jazz, Blues, swing, rock, pop, country –western and even some jingles. He’s performed in choirs and choral groups in Europe and America; played sax, flute and bass clarinet in concert and jazz bands; guitar, harmonica, sax and flute in rock bands, Blues bands and show bands.