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The SyncLodge Podcast Series Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music and the industry that, for better or worse, supports it.. For each episode we bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music, and/or the industry, they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of. Each episode has a link to a playlist, in the episode description, with all the music a ...
 
An exciting new podcast by Marc Eliot Stein of Literary Kicks. Why is opera relevant today? This sometimes-lost art form hides a fascinating, vibrant world. In our first episode, we discuss whether Verdi's Otello is better than Shakespeare's Othello, whether Othello had PTSD, and what it means that Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro is an Italian opera by a German Austrian and a Venetian Jew based on a French play that takes place in Spain. Welcome to the first episode of Lost Music: Exploring Lite ...
 
Each week two classic theatre-nerds, Kate and Josh, explore a popular musical they know nothing about. Together they analyze the plot, characters, music, and history of the show; presenting it in an easy way for people to learn as much as they can in under 30min. So if you need to learn a show quickly for an audition, school, (or if you also feel guilty you know nothing about The Pajama Game) we have the podcast for you! Check out our instagram for more information: @wtf_bway
 
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Jacques Offenbach’s masterpiece “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” is an existential psychological comic opera, a morality tale about an aesthete who destroys himself over a fanciful love of three women. In the last episode of Season 3, Marc Eliot Stein talks about Jewish composers in Paris, “Faust”, drinking songs, Mozart, Gilbert and Sullivan, Zarzuela, sex…
 
What should we do with Mozart’s problematic masterpiece “Don Giovanni” in the 21st century? Vicki Zunitch joins Marc Eliot Stein to talk about the moral situations portrayed in the famous story of a sociopathic charmer and rapist brought to justice by a stone statue, with a focus on all the characters caught in his web: Anna, Elvira, Zerlina, Maset…
 
Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana kicked off the verismo craze in Italian opera in 1890. Ruggero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci followed two years later. We talk about the ripple effects of the verismo movement in this wide-ranging episode, covering everything from Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese to Anton Chekhov, Konstantin Stanislavski, St…
 
Verdi’s “Il Trovatore” is one of the most popular operas of all time, and also one of the hardest to follow. What is going on with this crazy plot? There’s a lot under the surface, and it's all spelled out in this explainer by Marc Eliot Stein, who shows how a thrilling but nakedly horrible storyline became an entertainment fit for 19th century ope…
 
Season 3 kicks off with a visit from poet and professor Daniel Nester, librettist for "The Summer King" by Daniel Sonenberg and author of "God Save My Queen". We talk about slam poetry, karaoke and New York City's Bowery Poetry Club, and then attempt a deep dive into the operatic context of the classic rock song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen, and wh…
 
Singer Songwriter only encompasses a small portion of who Sarah Marie Dillard is and what she does. She is also a music teacher and band leader for the band Sarah and The Underground and an advocate for all things art in her community. Sarah is an activist and a person who is so passionate about everything she does. She is a breath of fresh air and…
 
Do you hear that? That's the sound of wedding bells and dice rolling. No it's not Guys and Dolls. It's Honeymoon in Vegas! Or as we like to call it "Honeymoon in Vegas, Act two in Hawaii!" Listen as Kate and Josh explore this goofy, high energy show!بقلم Joshua Keen and Kate Jarecki
 
In this episode I have a conversation with Chase McCall a musical theatre performer and past cruise ship entertainer. Chase tells some incredible stories of his adventures on the 20th anniversary tour of Rent and gives some great advice for those who are looking to follow in his footsteps. Chase encourages you to never give up in the pursuit of you…
 
Well Toto.... we're in both OZ and KANSAS this week with the one and only Brian J. Marcum. We are SO excited to be celebrating our 20th anniversary by exploring The Boy from Oz with our VERY special guest. Brian is a Broadway veteran with credits including (but not limited to) Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, 42nd Street, and of course The Boy from …
 
Through a career of hard work and good fortune Dana Lamb-Schaubroeck has been able to accomplish many things in the world of music. She is a writer, producer, orchestrator, and music teacher. In this podcast we talk about the series of events that lead to her successes as well as ways that you can accomplish great things on your pursuit of a career…
 
During our first episode of Learning To Become I talk with Katie Terrell Ramos, the artist and author of the new children's book EGBDF The Musical Yak. During this episode we discuss acting on your ideas, the importance of networking and how you can, "just go for it!" Short excerpts from Katie's book are read throughout the first portion of the pod…
 
Welcome to Learning to Become, a podcast that explores careers in music outside of education. Host, Mindy Cook, interviews music professionals and learns of the journey they have taken to be where they are today. This introduction features quotes from several of the interviews that will be featured in the podcast during upcoming weeks. Music Profes…
 
A discussion of Giuseppe Verdi's breakthrough opera "Nabucco" and its Biblical origin story of Nebuchadnezzar and the neo-Babylonian invasion of Jerusalem. We also talk about Boney M, the Melodians "By the Rivers of Babylon", the Broadway musical "Godspell", Herman Melville's "Moby Dick", and why some of us hate Verdi's "Aida" and "Rigoletto". Seas…
 
This week we have a special guest! Kate and Josh explore The Prom with the Associate Choreographer of the new Netflix film adaptation - Brendon Stimson. Listen as we discuss the difference between Broadway and Movie musicals, the filming process, and working with stars such as Ryan Murphy and Meryl Streep!…
 
In this, Episode 44 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore the history of the legendary Lex Records, esoteric music and great, unusual collaborations, mashups and breaking new ground in music with Tom Brown and Will Skeaping. Part 1 of 2. For more information visit www.lexrecords.com Tom Brown is the owner o…
 
In this, Episode 45 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore the history of the legendary Lex Records, esoteric music and great, unusual collaborations, mashups and breaking new ground in music with Tom Brown and Will Skeaping. Part 2 of 2. For more information visit www.lexrecords.com Tom Brown is the owner o…
 
In this, Episode 46 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore the blurred lines between contemporary music and production music for use in visual productions with industry experts Barry Whittaker-Gilbey and Brian Burrows part 1 of 2 Barry Whittaker-Gilbey, a frequently sought-after music industry consultant spe…
 
In this, Episode 46 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore the blurred lines between contemporary music and production music for use in visual productions with industry experts Barry Whittaker-Gilbey and Brian Burrows part 2 of 2 Barry Whittaker-Gilbey, a frequently sought-after music industry consultant spe…
 
In this, Episode 48 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore what makes a good deal with music industry deal making expert Richard Kirstein Richard who has a BSc Honors in Music from the City University, London, is author of the book “Music Rights Without Fights” and an expert in music rights with senior level…
 
In this, Episode 48 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore what makes a good deal with music industry deal making expert Richard Kirstein Richard who has a BSc Honors in Music from the City University, London, is author of the book “Music Rights Without Fights” and an expert in music rights with senior level…
 
In this, Episode 50 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore best practices for the independent music artist, the steps and perspectives needed to build a sustainable career in the music industry. With professional insights into how to build your career, from show strategy to industry relationships. This is th…
 
In this, Episode 51 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore best practices for the independent music artist, the steps and perspectives needed to build a sustainable career in the music industry. With professional insights into how to build your career, from show strategy to industry relationships. This is th…
 
Vicki Zunitch joins Marc Eliot Stein for a fresh in-depth examination of Puccini's great opera "La Boheme". We talk about the existential choices the characters make, the original comic stories by Henri Murger, the lifestyle of starving artists in 19th Century Paris and today, morning music at the Gate of Hell, affordable healthcare, and what the m…
 
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