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As the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble embark on their European tour, brother "Hudah" stops in and updates the Bodega Fresh Fans on the success of thier independent film, touring and what the future holds for the brothers. Tune in Sunday, 7m with host Nadine Michel
PAM Time - PAM Murphy: Ensemble Singing
Enjoy an episode featuring some fun information on Music and the benefits from singing in an ensemble situation. Enjoy the dynamic vocal melodies of PAM Murphy as she features original songs from her personal repertoire. Listen to the wonderful sounds of the children's choir - HVC Pipers, as the group ranging in ages 6 to 18 years of age, join together in harmony to add a beautiful ensemble blend to PAM's original songs. Be inspired by her practical and excellent vocal tips for anyone who loves to sing. PAM is a professional soprano vocalist, and was classically trained by Calvin Gage at Crane School of Music. Listen to her inspirational quotes and stories as PAM relates her songs and messages in a refreshing way. Tune in for a night filled with great music and fun! It's PAM-Time!
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Join host Frank Anderson as he interviews cast members from the Houston Ensemble's latest production, By The Way, Meet Vera Starks. Also if you have a birthday listen in , you may hear your name in our weekly birthday shout outs, plus comedy corner and as always, our version of the Quiet Storm:For Lovers Onl
Today, we speak with singer, Myrna Clayton and founder of the Voices Embodied Ensemble, which is a unique show style singing group that features talented singers who have physical challenges and awesome voices. This power packed show will feature these amazing singers using their gifts to empower others to use theirs. The ensemble performs some of the latest contemporary songs as well as classic songs across genres and will be performing on November 6 in Atlanta.
D. Woods was born in Anaheim California, relocating to in Springfield Massachusetts, where she grew up. D. first developed her love for the arts while performing in dance and regional theater productions. As a teenager she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she attended the renowned Tri-Cities High School for Visual and Performing Arts.
There she studied modern contemporary dance, ballet, West African and Hip- Hop dance styles. While still in high school she performed with the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta with whom she performed across the U.S and overseas including West and South Africa. Her education also included the prestigious Alvin Ailey School and New York University where she studied abroad in Havana, Cuba.
Jenny Undercofler is a leading force in contemporary music education, having served as the music director for the Kaufman Center's Special Music School since 2004. The Special Music School is the only public school in New York City that integrates pre-conservatory music education with academic studies, providing an unparalleled training environment for musically gifted children.
Ms. Undercofler also co-founded and leads the youth ensemble Face the Music. In residence at the Kaufman Center, Face the Music breaks the boundaries of classical music education and performance, featuring today's music presented by the emerging artistic voices of tomorrow. The group burst onto the scene in 2005, performing works by such new-music mainstays as Michael Gordon, Phil Kline and John Adams.
Her daughter,Amelia a 4th grader, plays the violin and viola as part of this progrsm.
The adventurous chamber ensemble Canta Libre presents a concert of music for harp and strings, pulled from the Library’s collection of manuscripts by harp master Marcel Grandjany.
The Library for the Performing Arts is proud to offer free admission to programs on a first come, first served basis.
April 11, 2015
111 Amsterdam Ave, NY, NY 10023
Canta Libre was founded in 2002 by flutist Sally Shorrock. She foster the performance and enjoyment of music specifically written for the flute, harp and strings in the concert.
Three extraordinary women who have made their marks on the pop, R&B and disco charts have joined forces for the first time: Martha Wash, Linda Clifford, and Evelyn "Champagne" King. They come together as a powerful force known as The First Ladies of Disco, a moniker inspired by a recently published book of the same name, compiled by author James Arena, in which many disco pioneers tell their stories. The vocal power of this new ensemble is unsurpassed, and their style and energy meld perfectly on their debut single, "Show Some Love." "The love I've had for these incredible women for so many years is certainly reflected in it," says Clifford, famous for the classic "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Wash, known the world over for the floor-filling "It's Raining Men," adds, "What I liked about 'Show Some Love' is that the song and its cross-genre appeal gave all of us a chance to use our talents and range in an uplifting song that I know is going to inspire!" King, who scored the hit "Shame," agrees, saying "This song has a wonderful message that is extremely relevant to today's world, and I know many people are going to connect with it."
"Show Some Love" is indeed about love...in so many ways. The love I've had for these incredible women that I've known for so many years is certainly reflected in it. I am honored to sing with these ladies, and it's wonderful to experience the combination of our talents. I think the love we share each time we are together will be palpable. This song is about the love of family, the love that's been missing from so many lives, and the love we hold inside and are sometimes afraid to show. We are all excited to work together on this as well as future projects and to share our love with the world. I think people will feel it. - Linda
"Music is a combination of energy and intent. It can immediately change the charge of a room and open portals into different states of being. It can hold space and transport ourselves to regions within that until the moment, have been undiscovered. Music can be a journey, bringing us out of exile. Bringing us home." - Patrick Avalon Tully
SIster Jenna welcomes Patrick Avalon Tully to the America Meditating Radio Show!
Patrick Avalon Tully is a producer, composer, and pianist known for his compositions, performances, songwriting, and production capabilities. He brings a variety of musical ideologies and influences into his projects. His knowledge and adherence to form makes him one of the most versatile composers, songwriters, and producers of today.
Patrick has performed musically and theatrically in venues such as La Mama, the Performing Garage, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and New York Theatre Workshop, among others. He was also cast in the Emmy award-winning TV show, "The Sopranos." He later made his way to Los Angeles, where instead of pursing acting further, he dove deeper into his yogic practice and music. Patrick now resides primarily in Los Angeles or in Sedona, Arizona, where he composes most of his work. Visit www.patrickavalon.com
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Scott Franklin Manning - born in Redwood City CA - raised in Los Altos - University of San Francisco (Mass Media - Communication major)
Entrepreneur right out of college, starting producing events in SF. Became known for the Second Sunday (Legendary monthly House Music Party at Cafe Cocomo in SF). Went on to produce events with Anon Salon, Earthdance, NextAid, etc) eventually evolved into Holistic Yoga - Organic Farm to Table Dinners) Has worked with several Rock Star sons - Willie Nelson's son, Pat Simmons (Doobie Brothers son) Ziggy Marley's son (Bob's grandson), Micky Hart from the Grateful Dead son, Graham Nash's son, to name a few.
Currently Scott started Isness Production - focusing on what he calls Backstage Organics - gifting organic and holistic products to his favorite bands in exchange for Social Media post for his clients who participate. Currently he works with Thievery Corporation, The Wailers, Umphrey's McGee, Papadosio, Lotus, Yonder Mountain String Band, Nahko and Medicine For The People, Emancipator Ensemble, and Pretty Lights to name a few.
Scott feels passionately about creating awareness for Organic Industrial Hemp in America - and donated 50% of his websites Shopping Cart proceeds to the organization Bringing It Home - a film about hemp being used for food, fiber, and fuel. Scott is a natural born holistic healer and when given the chance he will work on the bands and touring crew backstage at the event. Scott also does freelance work with Sara Paul (5 Carrots) who does a similar thing as Backstage Organics but on film and TV sets.
Our cohost, Wendi is quite the time management master! She is a:
- Business Coach, Sales Trainer and Speaker
- Co-founder and host of our weekly “Sky’s the Limit Radio” show on Blog Talk Radio
- Creator of the digital magazine you can find in the iTunes newsstand titled, “Life Harmony Magazine,”
- Leader of the Meetup group called Compassionate Network of Heart-Centered Entrepreneurs
- A professional musician with the Fairfax Symphony
- A private music teacher and
- A performer with the Virginia Bronze Hand Bell Ensemble.
Are you dizzy yet? Guess what, Wendi is not! Find out how she does all of this and more and how you can too on today's show.