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Music composer Ben Stiefel hangs out with Aduke Aremu to discuss the ins and outs of putting on a successful musical. How to get your musical off Broadway and the keys to having a successful production and the things that can kill your production.
Host: Bro. Leroy welcome educator Rahman Muhammad who discusses his Theory of Culture and Identity Formation.
The Communicators features current and often controversial news, issues and topics that deal with the 7 keys of life, love, and happiness in the political, social, scientific, esoteric, health, and wealth areas.? Host Bro.Leroy or Black Leroy states: I was born and raised in Harlem, New York and saw our people taken advantage of at an early age. Focus on bringing health, education, and knowledge to Black People. He was first exposed to on-air interviewing by the late Art Rusk Jr. and was given his first talk show hosting opportunity by Pepe Sutton on WLIB in the early 70s."? ??He was coached by Brother Wayne 3x Grice in putting Min. Farrakhan’s speeches on NYC radio (Dillard University tape on Del Shields WBLS show). He collaborated with Bro. Wayne conceptualizing name and promotion of the historic Black Family Day with Bro. Wayne, negotiated time for live broadcasts from Muhammad Mosque, etc. Bro.Leroy is a father of 6. He is currently the lead host for the past 25 years of The Communicators and Respect for Life on Harlem Community Radio WHCR.org.
Contact Bro. Leroy for show suggestions and comments: www.thekeys107netowrk.com
Saxophonist/Composer/Producer/Arranger/Educator Grace Kelly has lived more in her 20 years than most who have lived twice as long.
Born Grace Chung, she and her sister, Christina, were adopted by their stepfather, Bob Kelly. Mom and Dad's house was full of music, especially during Sunday brunch - when the sounds of Stan Getz would permeate their Massachusetts home. At six, Grace was persuaded to play piano - followed by singing lessons, dancing, writing and theater. Then, clarinet and saxophone when she was eight.
The gifted vocalist, Ann Hampton Calloway, saw something special in this child prodigy, as did Grace's middle school teacher - who encouraged this tiny multi-instrumentalist to record her first album. That she did, and "Dreaming" launched an incredible career when Grace was just 12.
Six projects later - among them, the highly praised "Man with the Hat" - with sax legend, Phil Woods - Grace is going strong! "Live at Scullers" is the latest (and courageous) body of work from an artist who is truly spreading her wings and flying. With both serious chops on display and songs that feature her sweet and searching voice, this soon-to-be Birthday Girl is finding her groove. And INSISTING on the groove being hers - and not the path that some would prescribe that she should take.
What a rare find - and we'll delve into the life and times of amazing Grace Kelly when she joins us on Tuesday, April 11th - at the top of the one p.m. hour. Get to know her via her website: www.gracekellymusic.com
NWP welcomes guest co-host for the day, Andrew D.B. Joslyn. Andrew is a famed violinist/composer/orchestrator and film scorer. Just back from touring with the hottest act on the scene today, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Andrew has also toured this year with Allen Stone and Kris Orlowski.
The baby brother of comedian and actor, Chris Kattan, Andrew is making a big name for himself in music. Films, cd's and original compositions, Andrew Joslyn is a musical genius and one of the kindest people on the planet.
Today, Andrew introduces us to people who inspire him. Carlynne Morrison, Susy Sun and Andrew Vain. Each of these people, accomplished in their fields.
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NWP is joined by guest co-host Andrew D.B. Joslyn. Andrew is a famed violinist/composer/orchestrator and film scorer. This Seattle celeb introduces us to some of his favorite people:
Carlynne Morrison, Fashion Designer and Stylist
Susy Sun, Seattle Songstress and pianist
Andrew Vait, Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and lead singer of Eternal Fair. Eternal Fair has a new album out and we will showcase this new music.
Randy Miller, PT 2, is an award winning film composer, arranger, conductor. Having collaborated with exceptionally talented filmmakers and artists such as: Oliver Stone, Robert Towne, Anothony Hopkins, Zhang Yimou, Robert Dornhelm, Paula Wagner, Tom Cruise, Kitaro, Michael Franti, and BT. Miller has created a career that features acoustic, orchestral music that is emotional, richly thematic, sophisticated as well as dynamic in scope. He feels his strongest assets are, “to capture the drama and heart of what a director is trying to communicate” and to “compose a score that adds texture, color and dimension, with just the right amount of emotion.” Mr. Miller has worked with all the major studios including, Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, Paramount and Sony, as well as numerous independent filmmakers. Composing and conducting assignments have led to work in many cities around the world including: London, Bratislava, New York, Munich, Prague, Moscow, Dublin, Miami, Seattle and Los Angeles. Miller maintains recording facilities in Topanga, CA and at his Sequoia National Forest retreat. Classically trained with a degree in music composition, Randy hails from Ellenville, New York in the Catskills. Randy is joined by Yellow Rock Producer/Writer/Star Lenore Andriel. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events,
Franz Peter Schubert , 31 January 1797 – 19 November 1828 was an Austrian composer.
In a short lifespan of less than 32 years, Schubert was a prolific composer, writing some 600 Lieder, nine symphonies (including the famous "Unfinished Symphony"),liturgical music, operas, some incidental music and a large body of chamber and solo piano music. Appreciation of Schubert's music during his lifetime was limited, but interest in his work increased significantly in the decades following his death. Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn, among others, discovered and championed his works in the 19th century. Today, Schubert is seen as one of the leading exponents of the early Romantic era in music and he remains one of the most frequently performed composers. more http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Schubert
1. Oil painting of Franz Schubert, 1875, Wilhelm August Rieber. 2. Vienna, Austria: Franz Schubert's birthplace, Nussdorfer Strasse 57, 2003, Andreas Praefcke 3. Interior of Schubert-Haus Museum, Nussdorfer Strasse 54, Vienna,1914, Luedwig Grillich 4. Franz Schubert's first tomb at Währing, 2012, HeinzLW 5. Oil painting of Franz Schubert 1827, Attributed to Anton Depauly, previously thought to be Joseph Mähler
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Coming to you from Sydney Australia by way of sunny California, ‘Oz good as it gets’, hosted by Greg Englert - Australian #1 on-line chart Jazz, Latin, Pop and Rock composer, musician. This show brings to you legends and those that deserve to be legends that make music in the ‘Land Down Under’.
This episode features the brilliant Jazz clarinetist/composer Andy Firth. Whilst Andy is known world-wide as a phenomenal hot jazz clarinet player, this show will show another side to his enormous talent. So be prepared to be pleasantly surprised!
Known as South Florida’s Smooth and Soulful Sax Man, Travis Bridges’ unique sound has been described as “music for your soul…, a smooth jazz vibe with an inspirational feel and an R&B groove among with- just a pinch of funk.” His deeply moving, inspirational style can be heard in his own compositions and recordings, and while accompanying nationally known recording artists. Travis talks to the Jazz Queen about his newest cd, Horn of Plenty: Harvest Harmony.
Lorna Gale is this week’s guest on Expressing You! This week we will explore more on the topic of deep intimacy with yourself and your parter, are there any blocks or issues standing in the way from you receiving what you deeply desire. Lorna will share more of her wisdom of tips and tools and on feeling at home with our body. What emotions does that bring up for you?
As a body-based Sex Educator, Lorna’s passion is to support individuals in feeling at home in their body, learning ways to access the voice and wisdom of their body, and living erotically alive and sexually whole. Lorna and I will model some ways that you can begin using today to help you discover and explore your sensuality. Lorna’s passion for this work will inspire you to ask yourself “How much do I dare to feel?!”
Lorna brings a love of learning, a gift for teaching and a passion for sexual wholeness to her work as a Somatic Sex Educator. She has over 20 years of experience in the field of education and has an ongoing commitment to her personal and profession erotic learning. Lorna says, “No work is more joyful or important than supporting people in feeling at home in their bodies and their own sexuality. As a Somatic Sex Educator, education begins with me. I educate first by living eros from the inside out, and then I support people in doing the same in their own lives. I help people help themselves.” Lorna works with individuals, couples and families, and all genders and sexual orientations are welcome. When you hear Lorna speak, you will know that her passion for this work comes from her heart, her body and her own experience and her deep passion for people to know their own wholeness through their sexuality. email@example.com,www.eroticallyalive.com
Visit the official show page: http://www.AuthenticYouRadio.com/Expressing-You
"Jazz is evolving...it's more of a spirit than a defined idea. I don't think I'm very concerned with the label of it. I just want to do something honest."
And with that, Woodwind Wizard/Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer/Young Visionary Josh Kwaasman stole my Hybrid Heart :)
Connecticut born, now New York based, this wonderful artist learned far more in his education than his teachers dreamed. With a Masters in Music from NYU's Jazz Program, Joshua has created a project with a main focus: a lifelong friendship.
Such a beautiful story...Josh and this boy (who he idolized) would ride bikes together. Age and boldness took them further on their trails, sometimes 100 miles away from home. Each time, Josh trusted his friend to get him back safely. Each time, Justin did. It makes for some personal music, "Songs of the Brother Spirit." But our guest isn't content with merely telling HIS tales. He wants to connect with YOU. He figures that, if the music doesn't move you, then he wants no part of it. This is a very different artist! And those with whom he has shared a stage (Ingrid Jensen, Tabla Master Badal Roy) quite agree.
Please join us on Thursday, May 16th - at two p.m. Eastern USA time - as we learn more about this ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award-Winner (twice, consecutively!) His solo at Lincoln Center...headlining at JazzPeru...his philosophy of texturing on stage (fascinating!). Let's open some doors into The Future of Jazz. We cannot find a more eloquent spokesperson :)
In this show we discuss the reality of Miracles as taught in the A COURSE IN MIRACLES Book.
Miracles may be attracted by communicating with Spirit. The manner which one communicates will determine the speed wich the miracles arrive. Attracting Divine Miracles is the best way to have your Higher Self gives you guidance. Most Psychics are easily connected with Spirit from birth. We all are able to connect with our Higher Self, aka Spirit, the same way if we learn to ALLOW the messages which our guides always want to send to us. In this show we learn to speak affirmations which use the frequency that matches the way Spirit understands our communications.
Tonight please call in and learn which affirmations will bring you the best messages so that your miracles will be delivered.
Peter W. Santa-Maria, Sr., M.Ed. is a professional Educator for more than 25 years. His experience includes but is not limited to being a Reiki Master, teacher of The Universal Law of Attraction and Chanelling personal messages for couples who want to know what Spirit has for their immediate future.
You may contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org for consultations.