S1E80: ICEBERG New Music – The Composer Chronicles
What do you get when you gather ten composers, all with different musical styles, talents, backgrounds, and areas of expertise? You get ICEBERG. Featured pieces (in alphabetical order by composer last name): Unfolding for strings and live electronics by Drake Andersen Coatlicue barría la escalera del templo (Coatlicue was Sweeping the Temple Steps) by Victor Baéz pOwer trIo for alto sax, piano, and percussion by Alex Burtzos Decomposition by Yu-Chun Chien RISE by Derek Cooper Steep for strings, percussion, and celesta by Jack Frerer Clarinet Quintet by Max Grafe Source Code by Harry Stafylakis Learn more about ICEBERG and follow them on social media: Website | YouTube Facebook | Instagram | Twitter The Etudes Project album featuring Jenny Lin and ICEBERG. Lisa Pegher at Timucua Theme music is by Daryl Banner. Alexandrian Media podcast music by Andrew Gavin. Voiced by Michael Bolton. Listen to this episode early and ad-free by supporting The Composer Chronicles on Patreon. Sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited! | Alexandrian Media Store — Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thecomposerchronicles/message
37 – Elden Ring – Cultured, But… Not Really
2022 was a MASSIVE year for the video game industry, and one of those long-anticipated games was FromSoftware's Elden Ring. If you are interested in playing this fantasy action role-playing game, give a listen to Brian break down the major plot points of this incredible game. Theme music is by Daryl Banner. Become a member on the Cultured, But… Not Really Patreon page to get access to ad-free versions of this podcast: https://patreon.com/reallycultured Alexandrian Media Merch Store — Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reallycultured/message
FRC – S1E2: Wagner's Lohengrin – Front Row Center
Enjoy the view from Front Row Center as host Mike Bolton speaks with Dr. Margaret Devinny, Associate Professor of German emerita at Temple University, about the origins of the Lohengrin story; the Philadelphia Zoo’s Curator of Birds Pete Bibeault gives the low down on all things swan related; author and lecturer William Berger helps us rethink the opera; and Met Opera Chorus member soprano Helena Brown discusses preparing Lohengrin for the new Met production (and those costumes). Then, soprano Christine Goerke discusses Ortrud from the music to the staging and everything in between. Don't forget to check out Serenades Choral Travel and the 6-day opera trip to Milan and Venice with Discover my Italy that Mike Bolton co-hosts.