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The Podcast for Conductors and Students. On Podium Time we interview professional, established, and emerging conductors and teachers from orchestras, symphonies, ballets, operas, and bands around the globe. We dig into the weeds of score study, rehearsal, leadership, musicianship, education, classical and contemporary composers, and all the things that they don't teach us in school. Please visit https://PodiumTimePod.com to view show notes and all episodes.
 
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If you haven't seen Tár yet. Pause the podcast and go watch it! Tár is the story of Lydia Tár, Music Director of the Berlin Phil, whose life starts to spiral out of control after a series of controversial revelations. In this PT Chat episode, Jeremy and Luke discuss the movie, their favorite parts, and the negative messages it sends. Part of what m…
 
Ruth Hartt is an arts marketing genie! Join us to discuss how we can fix our concerts and our marketing to be more welcoming to the outsiders that we desperately need. Insider audiences are too small, and we don't know how to attract classical music outsiders to our concerts. So how do we get new people to listen to classical music? Through "The Ar…
 
My fancy podcasting program isn't working, so I took this chance to share an overview of the basics of building back audiences. These are the critical mindset shifts that we NEED to embrace to reach new audiences and keep them coming back. Let us know what you think by sending us a message on our website, our social media, or via email at podiumtim…
 
Building audience diversity is not about PR programs, Black History Month concerts, or playing diverse composers on a few programs. It's about not reducing an entire population in our community to the color of their skin. Building audience diversity is about realizing that "diversity" is more nuanced. It's about realizing that we connect by buildin…
 
Conductor Tiffany Chang has become a force to be reckoned with; a confident, vulnerable, and inspirational force to be reckoned with. In part 1 of our discussion with Tiffany, we talk about leadership as the idea of taking care of those within our care, and how we can support and empower the musicians that make the music on stage. Learn more about …
 
Today we talk with David Taylor all about how we can attract new audiences, engage with them, and get our old audiences coming back. That all has to do with the experiences that we provide all around our concerts: before, after, and during. Watch the full video of this interview on our Youtube channel. Learn more about David Taylor at David-Taylor.…
 
We are joined by THE Aubrey Bergauer to talk about why classical musicians and organizations must make big changes to survive in our new world. We talk about the trends in the classical music industry, why we must redefine who we think of as our audiences, how to program for audience building and retention, and how to change the concert experience …
 
Hey there! We are building into our new season on "Building Back Audiences" and we want to know what questions you have that we can answer! Reach out to us on our website, Facebook, Instagram, or by email and let us know what you want to know about building back audiences, being relevant, and building your ensembles a solid base for the future. Aub…
 
Today we discuss: (note, timecodes may be up to two minutes off depending on pre-episode announcements) How Enrico came to specialize in pops and family programming (3:23) How Enrico structures a Pops season and how the Nashville Symphony competes with all the other music available in Nashville. (6:24) Enrico shares his process for creating family …
 
Conductor George Marriner Maull and the Discovery Orchestra are teaching audiences to...Listen to Music! In a time when we tend to hear music in the background, we’ve lost (or never learned) the skill of listening to music. How many of your audience members are reading the program notes or lost in thoughts about green beans? Probably most of them. …
 
David Itkin joins us this week on Podium Time. Maestro Itkin is the Director of Orchestras at the University of North Texas, Music Director of the Abilene Philharmonic, and Conductor Laureate of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Today we discuss the stories behind his first book, Conducting Concerti, and why it’s critical to learn how to accompany a…
 
10 Lessons from Interviewing over 100 Conductors on Podium Time. Watch this episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTnRSe63378 After over 100 interviews with conductors on Podium Time, we have learned a lot about conducting and the life around it. Every conductor has a different story and every conductor has a different perspective. Th…
 
Today we've got a special crossover episode of the podcast featuring The Classical Gabfest. After one of their hosts appeared on Podium Time (Kensho Watanabe, PT102), they invited Jeremy on to play a game at the beginning of this episode. Following that is a full episode of the Classical Gabfest featuring stories on Curtis entering the Arts Managem…
 
This PT Mini Episode covers the basics of score study. What it is, why we do it, and the simple two-step process to preparing your music. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our website. -- Find this and all other episodes…
 
Last week's Pt Mini Episode discussed regularly checking up on how your conducting is doing and generating a list of things to work on. This week, we talk about how to actually make changes to your conducting in any situation. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on soc…
 
Today we talk with conductor Damien Crutcher, Co-Founder and CEO of Crescendo Detroit, about how he adapted the best parts of El Sistema to make a difference in his community and how you can engage your students in a deeper way through collaborations between educators and performers. Today we Discuss: 00:51 Damien’s work with the Detroit Symphony, …
 
Today we're talking about how to keep improving as a conductor long after you've left school. By running a regular checkup, you can identify what bad habits are getting in your way. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our …
 
In this first experimental episode of the podcast, we seek clarity by asking what we're trying to say at any point in our study, rehearsal, or performance. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our website. Find this and all…
 
Today we're excited to speak with conductor Carl Topilow all about his new book, The Orchestral Conductor's Career Handbook. We cover his advice for young conductors and musicians wanting to start conducting, how to make sure you're ready to win an audition, and how to pick the best school for you. Get 30% off Carl's new book when you pre-order it …
 
Today we talk with conductor Kenneth Woods about expanding our understanding of Gustav Mahler by delving into the context and reactions to his world at Colorado Mahlerfest, why we must be more intentional in programming significant works from composers, and how we can gain a deeper understanding of a composers’ relationship to their music by how th…
 
How do we become better conductors? How do we become better people? And how can we be sure that we’re ready to make the most of every lucky chance that we get? These are the questions we discuss and answer in this interview with conductor Kensho Watanabe. We talk about the most important lessons about music and life that Kensho learned from working…
 
Today we're talking with Mei-Ann Chen, Music Director of Chicago Sinfonietta, about enhancing your rehearsals with Rehearsal Language, how she led the orchestra to win a MacArthur Award for their Theatrical and Diverse Programming, and how her Project Inclusion Conducting Fellows learn and prepare for a professional conducting career. This intervie…
 
Welcome to the Podium Time Episode 100 Extravaganza! This episode was originally streamed through our Facebook page on February 20th to celebrate our 100th episode and to raise money for the Project Inclusion Freeman Conducting Fellowship through Chicago Sinfonietta. This episode features live QnA with Jeremy, Luke, and of our most popular guests, …
 
Today we're talking with Ankush Kumar Bahl, Music Director Designate of the Omaha Symphony and founding member of EverythingConducting.com. Ankush has been incredibly intentional with his career by being strategic in crafting a narrative and seeking out the teachers and opportunities to help him achieve a series of clear goals. Today we talk about …
 
Today we’ve got a special episode with the conducting duo of Kevin Suetterlin and Mathias Elmer, Co-Music Directors of Sinfonietta Memphis. In this episode, we dive into how two conductors (and friends) can collaborate and learn together, plus how they founded the orchestra and create incredible engagement in their education programs. This episode …
 
Today we talk with Sarah Ioannides about how she founded Cascade Conducting to share her experiences and the lessons from her conducting teachers, how to create an effective collaboration, and how creating videos to accompany Symphony Tacoma's virtual concerts led her to a deeper appreciation of her orchestra and the music. Today we discuss: Sarah’…
 
Tune in today for a special episode to recap 2020 on the podcast. Jeremy and Luke look at every episode we released this year and then share their top 3 of the season. Plus, fascinating stats about our download numbers and some sneak peeks into what 2021 will bring for the podcast. And don't forget to check out the video version of this episode on …
 
Today we discuss: Why it’s not unusual to start studying to be a conductor as an undergraduate, and the benefits of learning to conduct from the beginning instead of waiting until grad school (2:59) Fundamental skills for conductors, and a curriculum for Miguel’s students (9:01) How Miguel and the Conducting Institute have embraced technology to co…
 
Today we talk with Anna Edwards, Music Director of the Seattle Collaborative Orchestra, the Saratoga Orchestra, and the Pacific Northwest Conducting Institute, about how and why to seek out music by underrepresented composers, why conductors (women especially) should embrace their own physicality and body type, and why being comfortable on the podi…
 
Today we talk with David Leibowitz, Music Director and Founder of the New York Repertory Orchestra, about how he’s programmed 20 seasons with NYRO without repeating any pieces, how he defines and builds balanced programs, and why young conductors flourish once they can let get out of their own inward focus. Today we Discuss: How David Founded the N…
 
Today we talk with John Devlin, Music Director of the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, host of the Upbeat Podcast, and a founding contributor to EverythingConducting.com. Today we talk about how to be the least-generic version of yourself, how to design a commissioning project that’s supremely exciting and relevant to your orchestra and audiences, and …
 
Today we talk with Elizabeth de Brito, host of The Daffodil Perspective, the first gender-balanced, racially equitable, and inclusive classical radio show in the world, celebrating female composers every week. In its two years so far, Elizabeth has discovered and shared mountains of music that, unfortunately, you’ve never heard by women and compose…
 
Today we're very excited to feature a fellow conductor and podcaster, Tigran Arakelyan. Tigran is the host of Let's Talk Off The Podium, a podcast of interviews with professional musicians of all disciplines, including Classical and Jazz. Today we talk about the variety of guests and musicians that Tigran on his podcast and his new radio show, how …
 
Most of you will know Gary Lewis from his Orchestral Conducting Symposium and as the Director of Orchestras at the University of Colorado Boulder. Or you may remember him from episode 2 of the podcast. But now we’ve got him here for a full episode all about learning to listen and enabling your orchestra to play like chamber musicians. This week we …
 
This course is incredible, and I couldn't wait to share everything that I learned with Luke and the rest of our patrons and listeners. Today, I'm walking Luke, and you, through everything that I got from Markand Thakar's "Make Beautiful Music" online course. Be sure to check it out, then sign up before the final spots for classes starting October h…
 
Today we’re excited to share this episode with Phil Aguglia all about his fascinating curriculum for his students starting their instruments in high school and how he developed it to lead young musicians towards growth and success, whether they continue to study music or not. Phil sought to both learn how great teachers teach and to organize those …
 
Today we talk with Janna Hymes, Music Director of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. In this interview we discuss Janna’s new position in Carmel, how she sets goals in the artistic, marketing, development, and education areas to grow her orchestras, and how she communicates that vision to her board and administration. We also discuss the importance of …
 
Today we talk with Kaleb Benda, Artistic Director & Conductor of the Oklahoma Chamber Symphony, Assistant Conductor of the Enid Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the USAO Concert Band, and the #1 fan of Podium Time. We dig into how Kaleb handles lots of repertoire and how to study efficiently, the importance of creating your own opportunities, …
 
Today we talk with Jeffery Meyer, Director of Orchestras at Arizona State University and Artistic Director of the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic. We jump right in at the beginning of the interview by talking about the biggest issues that arise in young conductors and how we can have better ears for the orchestra’s sound. We also cover how you …
 
Today we talk with composer Rain Worthington about how she started composing and without a background in theory, why a rigid analytical view of music can block creativity, and why we must not think of music as a competition. Today we discuss: How New York’s Minimalist composers and the artistic culture of the city allowed Rain to experiment as a no…
 
This week we’re speaking with George Jackson, a London-Based conductor who works entirely as a freelancer and Guest Conductor. We’ve split this interview into three parts as an experiment we’re running on the podcast, and this third part is all about how we can use podcasts, film music, and Steve Reich to help revitalize Classical Music in America.…
 
This week we’re speaking with George Jackson, a London-Based conductor who works entirely as a freelancer and Guest Conductor. We’ve split this interview into three parts as an experiment we’re running on the podcast, and this second part is all about George’s education in Vienna and how learning deeply with less podium time can help you develop as…
 
This week we’re speaking with George Jackson, a London-Based conductor who works entirely as a freelancer and Guest Conductor. We’ve split this interview into three parts as an experiment we’re running on the podcast, and this first part is all about becoming and being successful as a guest conductor, as well as what it’s like working with a manage…
 
Today we chat with to chat with Julius P. Williams, President of the International Conductors Guild and professor of conducting and composition at Berlkee College of Music. We're also experimenting with releasing some shorter, more focused podcast episodes so today is Part 2 of 2. In our first release with Julius we talked about conducting and comp…
 
Today we chat with to chat with Julius P. Williams, President of the International Conductors Guild and professor of conducting and composition at Berlkee College of Music. We're also experimenting with releasing some shorter, more focused podcast episodes so today is Part 1 of two. This first episode from our talk with Julius is all about conducti…
 
Today we speak with Aram Demirjian, Music Director of the Knoxville Symphony, about how he transitioned from an Assistant Conductor to a Music Director, how to determine what “relevant” means to your community, and why conductors are like politicians in our responsibilities, relationships, and the influence we wield. You will learn: How Aram transi…
 
Today we talk with Teddy Abrams, music director of the Louisville Orchestra and the Britt Festival, about redefining the orchestra for maximum impact. We talk about the future of classical music after COVID-19 and why orchestras were hit particularly hard, everything wrong with how classical music approaches education and how we can change to actua…
 
Today we’re starting a new program in which we interview select composers about their music and how they relate to orchestras, conductors, and audiences. We start off with Gary Kuo, an Emmy Award Winning composer of music for television and the concert hall. Gary played as a session musician for hundreds of recording projects before turning to comp…
 
Hello, and welcome to Podium Time. Today we’re welcoming a returning guest on the show, Maestro Gianmaria Griglio, who first appeared on the podcast all the way back on episode 18, "If You Miss a Cue." Today’s discussion is all about technique and rehearsals, and why just knowing the score is not enough to effectively communicate with an orchestra.…
 
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