Podium Time

By Podium Time

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.

  1. 1.
    PT106: "Technique Precedes Music-Making," with David Itkin
    1:04:49
  2. 2.
    10 Lessons from Interviewing over 100 Conductors on Podium Time
    16:56
  3. 3.
    Who Hurt You, Glenn? The Classical Gabfest
    1:05:31
  4. 4.
    Score Study Basics
    12:34
  5. 5.
    How to Fix your Conducting
    11:31
  6. 6.
    PT105: Showing Young Musicians What’s Possible, with Damien Crutcher
    1:11:21
  7. 7.
    Your 10,000 Mile Checkup
    11:16
  8. 8.
    Finding Clarity: What are you Trying to Say?
    10:17
  1. 9.
    PT104: Common Sense and Working with People: Carl Topilow on Advice for Beginning Conductors, Standing out in Auditions, and How to Pick the Program that’s Right for You
    1:07:59
  2. 10.
    PT103: The Power of a Premiere, with Kenneth Woods
    1:35:17
  3. 11.
    PT102: How to be the Most Positive, Encouraging, and Supportive Person in the Room, with Kensho Watanabe
    1:30:36
  4. 12.
    PT101: "Polishing the Potential in Young Conductors," with Mei-Ann Chen
    1:13:34
  5. 13.
    PT100: LiveStream Extravaganza
    3:20:28
  6. 14.
    PT99: How to Design an Exceptional Career: Ankush Bahl on Crafting a Narrative, Reading the Room, and Setting Yourself up for Success
    1:26:03
  7. 15.
    PT98: “Learning Together: The Power of Conductors in Collaboration,” Kevin Sütterlin and Mathias Elmer on Building Sinfonietta Memphis as Co-Music Directors, Leading Effective Education Programs, and Performance Practice for Mozart and Beethoven
    1:13:38
  8. 16.
    PT97: “Take us on a Journey,” Sarah Ioannides on Cascade Conducting, Effective Collaborations, and the Power of Nature to Enhance an Experience
    1:01:14
  9. 17.
    End-of-Year Special 2020, with Jeremy and Luke
    43:07
  10. 18.
    PT96: “The Art of Becoming a Conductor:” Miguel Harth-Bedoya on Fundamental Skills for Conductors, the Lost Art of Ear Training, and the Attitude Critical to Success
    1:01:59
  11. 19.
    PT95: “Finding Comfort in Who You Are,” Anna Edwards on Seeking Diverse Stories, Embracing your Physicality, and Leading from Comfort
    58:34
  12. 20.
    PT94: “It’s Never About You,” David Leibowitz on Diverse Repertoire, Balanced Programs, and Serving at Every Level
    1:29:39
  13. 21.
    PT93: “Creating an Experience with Innovative Concert Design,” with John Devlin
    1:11:56
  14. 22.
    PT92: “Fighting for Gender and Racial Balance in Classical Music,” with Elizabeth de Brito, Host of the Daffodil Perspective
    1:07:34
  15. 23.
    PT91: “Let’s Talk Off The Podium,” with Tigran Arakelyan
    47:26
  16. 24.
    PT90: “Learning to Listen and Trusting the Orchestra,” with Gary Lewis
    56:30
  17. 25.
    PT89: Summary/Review of Markand Thakar's "Make Beautiful Music," with Jeremy and Luke
    39:30
  18. 26.
    PT88: “Creating the Best Curriculum for your Beginner Students,” with Phil Aguglia
    31:42
  19. 27.
    PT87: “Developing a Vision and Achieving Growth for your Orchestra,” with Janna Hymes
    1:39:04
  20. 28.
    PT86: “Efficient Score Study, Methods for Memorization, and more,” with Kaleb Benda
    1:07:07
  21. 29.
    PT85: “How to be Confident, Effective, and Humble on the Podium,” with Jeffery Meyer
    1:18:53
  22. 30.
    PT84: “Music is not a Competitive Sport,” with Rain Worthington
    1:22:16
  23. 31.
    PT83: How Podcasts, Film Music, and Steve Reich can help Attract Audiences, with George Jackson
    18:48
  24. 32.
    PT82: Seeking Quality over Quantity in your Time on the Podium, with George Jackson
    19:16
  25. 33.
    PT81: On Guest Conducting, Trust, and Working with a Manager, with George Jackson
    18:38
  26. 34.
    PT80: "How to Learn Scores Quickly," with Julius P. Williams
    23:27
  27. 35.
    PT79: "Conducting and Composing for the Ensemble you Have," with Julius P. Williams
    13:30
  28. 36.
    PT78: “How to be Relevant and Embrace your Community,” with Aram Demirjian
    58:06
  29. 37.
    PT77: “How to Redefine the Orchestra for Maximum Impact,” with Teddy Abrams
    1:12:39
  30. 38.
    PT76: “The Joy of Composing: When Music Serves its Purpose,” with Gary Kuo
    56:39
  31. 39.
    PT75: “How to Boost Rehearsals with Effective Conducting Gesture,” with Gianmaria Griglio
    1:29:54
  32. 40.
    PT74: “Think Before you Feel: How to Conduct Professional Orchestras,” with Roderick Cox
    1:07:06
  33. 41.
    PT73: “How to Practice without an Orchestra and Learn from Historic Recordings,” with David Hattner
    1:31:39
  34. 42.
    PT72: "4 Steps to Creating a Transcendent Experience," with Markand Thakar
    1:16:28
  35. 43.
    PT71: "The Best Tool for the Job," with Phil Aguglia of PaGu Batons
    53:23
  36. 44.
    PT70: “Be a Place where Everybody Asks Questions,” with Christopher Rountree
    1:19:13
  37. 45.
    PT69: "Communication is Key," with JoAnn Falletta
    54:29
  38. 46.
    PT68: “Analyze, Observe, and Experience Movement though Laban Analysis,” with Charles Gambetta
    1:30:07
  39. 47.
    PT67: “Build the House before you Hang the Curtains,” with Kenneth Kiesler
    54:47
  40. 48.
    PT66: "Change Face," with Apo Hsu
    1:04:58
  41. 49.
    PT65: "Less is More," with Ian Passmore
    1:23:19
  42. 50.
    PT64: With Joshua Weilerstein, Host of the Sticky Notes Podcast
    1:16:11

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