Performing Arts Podcasts
<p>Jenny Cooney is an Australian journalist who has lived in Hollywood for 30 years. She is a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and votes for the Golden Globes. Jenny has watched the waves of new Australian talent arrive in Hollywood and make their marks, both on and off-screen. From Paul Hogan to the Hemsworths, from Nicole Kidman to Margot Robbie - Jenny knows them all and their stories intimately. Join Jenny as she takes you through stories of Aussies In Hollywood; from landing in LA to landing the first gig and then building a successful career.</p>
By PodcastOne Australia
Learn from today’s successful songwriters, performers, and music industry professionals. Each episode provides new perspectives and proven strategies to help aspiring artists in achieving their career goals within the music business. The show offers expert advice such as how to write a song, how to record a professional song demo, music marketing for artists, artist development, and live performance. Our guests include Songwriters, Performing Songwriters, Recording Studio Producers and Engineers, Studio Musicians, Product Manufacturers, Artist Managers, Publicists, Label Reps, Music Supervisors, Publishers, Venue owners, Creative Media Folks, Book Authors, Business and Legal Advisers… and more.
By Host: Ken Lehnig / Producer: David Dodds
A middlebrow look at all the mysteries of life with interviews, sketches, stories, music, comedy, and more! Built around a new subject every episode. This show is made with a lot of love and care (and OCD) so it doesn't come out that often, so be sure to subscribe to get all future episodes. You can also be notified by joining the mailing list at the website. FYI, a myoclonic jerk is that twitch that happens as you're falling asleep that wakes you up. Scientists think the brain confuses the feeling of your muscles relaxing with the feeling of falling or dying and sends a startle impulse to your body to save it. Why is that the name of this podcast? Why not? Don't be so uptight! Anyway, yetanothernarcissistwithamicrophonevyingforyourattention-dot-com was taken.
By Dan Kaufman
Lounge, downtempo, chillout time... It's electronic and acoustic music from all over the world! Spacemusic.nl presents the best chillout music, a cool blend of Summer, Sun, Beach and no worries. Exclusive (first hand) releases right here on the podcast ::: Featuring artists like Michael E., Afterlife, Aware, Iëlo, Late Night Alumni, Lazy Hammock, Musetta, Shine, Kalabi, Riccardo Eberspacher, Bondi Chill, Stockfinster, Henrik Takkenberg, Evolve, Code314, Acidhead, Sine, Polished Chrome, Ensoul, Schiller, Jean Mare, Dave Jerome, Fluff, Alexel, Clarisse Albrecht, Merge of Equals, Mindsoup, DigiTube, Sunburn in Cyprus, Goldlounge, Triangle Sun, Klangstein, Mandalay, Gaelle, Frank Borell, Samantha James, Dash Berlin, Goldfrapp, The Velvet Lounge Project, Charlie North, William Orbit, Steve Osaka, Desa Systems, Dulac & Dubois, Dinka and many others………….. Tune in, we're waiting for you!
Nationally-recognized NPR Morning Edition music commentator Miles Hoffman (and NSO alumn) takes us on a tour through classical music in the United States from the 1720s to today. In this 3-part series, follow the development and impact of classical music in the United States from its humble beginnings in the new colonies through its role in concert halls and Hollywood in the 20th century, to discover how this European tradition helped shape, and in turn was shaped by, American culture, composers and musicians. ARTSEDGE, the Kennedy Center’s arts education network, supports the creative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning in, through, and about the arts, offering free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, media-rich interactive experiences, professional development resources, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment. Visit ARTSEDGE at artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
Comedy/music duo Paul and Storm chat about the things that occur to them, but not for so long that you get too sick of it.
By Paul and Storm