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Adagio For Things

Spencer Snyder, Will Stackpole, Michael Vince

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Spencer Snyder, Will Stackpole, Michael Vince

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A podcast that discusses classical music so you don’t have to! Each episode features an irreverent look at stuffy trends in the genre, interviews with modern composers, and recordings of their latest work.

Latest Episodes

A Very Real Interview With a Celebrity Turned Composer

EBONUS - The trio is awestruck by their most famous guest to date: Guy Mason. Give it a listen to hear about his emotional journey from Oscar-winning actor to renowned composer. Guy Mason is played by Joe Bonacci. For more information about his comedy, follow @joe_bonacci on Instagram. Spencer Snyder, Will Stackpole, and Michael J Vince appear as themselves, unfortunately. Find out more about them, and loudBOX, at www.loudboxnyc.com. Disclaimer: All characters are fictitious and any similarity to persons living or dead is purely coincidental and unintentional. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

15 MIN23 h ago
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A Very Real Interview With a Celebrity Turned Composer

The Good, the Bach, and the Fugly // Fjóla Evans

ES2E8 - As the saying goes, you win some, you lose some. Who in the music arena is knocking it out of the park? And on the flip side, what does it mean for an organization to rack up a loss? Will, Spencer, and Michael discuss their thoughts on which music groups are doing things right, and which institutions are in need of improvement. Then, Michael speaks with composer Fjóla Evans about their experiences as both a writer and cellist. To learn more about Fjóla Evans and their work, check out http://www.fjolaevans.com/. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

88 MIN3 w ago
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The Good, the Bach, and the Fugly // Fjóla Evans

The Orchestra's Guide To Young Persons // Greg Simon

ES2E7 - Millennials. Gen Z. There is no denying that the young people of today are shaping our current culture. What are these affects on the music composition realm? Are younger composers getting the recognition they deserve? Hosts Will, Spencer, and Michael discuss this and much more. Then, Will has an in-depth discussion with composer and performer Greg Simon on his jazz inspirations, his educational philosophy, and the narrative essence within music. To learn more about Greg Simon and his work, check out https://gregsimonmusic.com/. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2mhLlVX If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

86 MINSEP 10
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The Orchestra's Guide To Young Persons // Greg Simon

Clapping Music // Kate Soper

ES2E6 - To clap or not to clap? That is the question. And this episode delivers on answers (sort of). Will, Spencer, and Michael debate the social expectations and etiquette often expected at classical music concerts. Then, Will queries Kate Soper about her approach to writing and her artistry as a composer. To learn more about Kate Soper and her compositions, check out www.katesoper.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2ZfhQ4A. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINAUG 23
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Clapping Music // Kate Soper

Fair And Balanced Counterpoints // Michael Seltenreich

ES2E5 - "Why you so obsessed with me?" Mariah, embodying the spirit of classical music, was most certainly speaking to right wing institutions. On this episode, the hosts dissect the conservative establishment's love of past music, and their thoughts (or hatred?) of new music. This is in no way a blanket statement, but rather a look into several examples that have surfaced. After the discussion, Michael chats with composer Michael Seltenreich. The artist shares a story of incredible coincidences that is not to be missed. To learn more about Michael Seltenreich and his upcoming premieres, check out www.michaelseltenreich.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2OpP5lN. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINJUL 30
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Fair And Balanced Counterpoints // Michael Seltenreich

Upper Middle Classical // Susanna Hancock

ES2E4 - As much as we may want to imagine that the arts are free from the affects of something as mundane as money, it is sadly not the case. This truth can be seen notably in the classical music realm. Are academic institutions making an effort to make the study of music more accessible? Are concert halls keeping different socioeconomic classes in mind when they set ticket prices? After attempting to tackle these questions, Michael chats with composer Susanna Hancock about life, her career of many faces, and the success of her food-infused concert series, Terroir New Music. To learn more about Susanna Hancock and her music, check out www.susannahancockmusic.com. Stay up to date on Terroir New Music by going here: www.terroirnewmusic.org. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2Yh4ioU. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by dona...

95 MINJUL 16
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Upper Middle Classical // Susanna Hancock

Kristsmas In July

ES2E3 - Talented. Lauded. Transcontinental. Has a jean jacket. All these describe composer Krists Auznieks, and Michael had the privilege of interviewing him for this week's episode. From orchestral pieces to solo repertoire, Krists seems to have written for it all. Press play to hear for yourself. To learn more about Krists Auznieks and his music, visit www.auznieks.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2YliYmX. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

59 MINJUL 9
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Kristsmas In July

WTF Is Shen Yun?

ES2E2 - If you have not watched it, you most certainly have seen the posters. What is Shen Yun? At first glance, it is a cultural celebration of Chinese dance and history. Digging deeper reveals an organization formed from religious and philosophical doctrine. All with an enigmatic leader and founder at its heart. Join us for a very special episode into the world of Shen Yun. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

80 MINJUL 1
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WTF Is Shen Yun?

Quaalude And Fugue by Iannis Xanax // Sean Shepherd

ES2E1 - Adagio For Things returns for a second season with a dive into the concept of music for relaxation. Is it only good for making you sleepy? Or is there more to it? Then, co-host Will chews the fat with composer Sean Shepherd, discussing everything from pets to the toll that artistic pressure can take. And Myspace makes a brief appearance. You read that right. To read more about Sean Shepherd and his work, visit www.seanshepherd.com. To check out the custom tailored Spotify playlist for this episode, go to https://spoti.fi/2Iopp44. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINJUN 17
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Quaalude And Fugue by Iannis Xanax // Sean Shepherd

Season 2 Launch Party!

ETRAILER - We are drawing closer to the launch of Season 2 of Adagio For Things, so what better what to celebrate than with booze at a bar! Come join us on June 15th at Dive 75 (101 W 75th St, New York, NY 10023). Event starts at 8:00pm EST, but you will want to get there on the early side because the first 20 people get a round on us. We will have some fun pod stuff to give out, and you also may get to meet some of the guests we have had/will have on the show. Get pumped! Facebook Event - https://bit.ly/2WbIdfi Dive 75 - https://dive75.divebarnyc.com loudBOX - www.loudboxnyc.com Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

1 MINMAY 29
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Season 2 Launch Party!

Latest Episodes

A Very Real Interview With a Celebrity Turned Composer

EBONUS - The trio is awestruck by their most famous guest to date: Guy Mason. Give it a listen to hear about his emotional journey from Oscar-winning actor to renowned composer. Guy Mason is played by Joe Bonacci. For more information about his comedy, follow @joe_bonacci on Instagram. Spencer Snyder, Will Stackpole, and Michael J Vince appear as themselves, unfortunately. Find out more about them, and loudBOX, at www.loudboxnyc.com. Disclaimer: All characters are fictitious and any similarity to persons living or dead is purely coincidental and unintentional. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

15 MIN23 h ago
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A Very Real Interview With a Celebrity Turned Composer

The Good, the Bach, and the Fugly // Fjóla Evans

ES2E8 - As the saying goes, you win some, you lose some. Who in the music arena is knocking it out of the park? And on the flip side, what does it mean for an organization to rack up a loss? Will, Spencer, and Michael discuss their thoughts on which music groups are doing things right, and which institutions are in need of improvement. Then, Michael speaks with composer Fjóla Evans about their experiences as both a writer and cellist. To learn more about Fjóla Evans and their work, check out http://www.fjolaevans.com/. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

88 MIN3 w ago
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The Good, the Bach, and the Fugly // Fjóla Evans

The Orchestra's Guide To Young Persons // Greg Simon

ES2E7 - Millennials. Gen Z. There is no denying that the young people of today are shaping our current culture. What are these affects on the music composition realm? Are younger composers getting the recognition they deserve? Hosts Will, Spencer, and Michael discuss this and much more. Then, Will has an in-depth discussion with composer and performer Greg Simon on his jazz inspirations, his educational philosophy, and the narrative essence within music. To learn more about Greg Simon and his work, check out https://gregsimonmusic.com/. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2mhLlVX If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

86 MINSEP 10
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The Orchestra's Guide To Young Persons // Greg Simon

Clapping Music // Kate Soper

ES2E6 - To clap or not to clap? That is the question. And this episode delivers on answers (sort of). Will, Spencer, and Michael debate the social expectations and etiquette often expected at classical music concerts. Then, Will queries Kate Soper about her approach to writing and her artistry as a composer. To learn more about Kate Soper and her compositions, check out www.katesoper.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2ZfhQ4A. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINAUG 23
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Clapping Music // Kate Soper

Fair And Balanced Counterpoints // Michael Seltenreich

ES2E5 - "Why you so obsessed with me?" Mariah, embodying the spirit of classical music, was most certainly speaking to right wing institutions. On this episode, the hosts dissect the conservative establishment's love of past music, and their thoughts (or hatred?) of new music. This is in no way a blanket statement, but rather a look into several examples that have surfaced. After the discussion, Michael chats with composer Michael Seltenreich. The artist shares a story of incredible coincidences that is not to be missed. To learn more about Michael Seltenreich and his upcoming premieres, check out www.michaelseltenreich.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2OpP5lN. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINJUL 30
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Fair And Balanced Counterpoints // Michael Seltenreich

Upper Middle Classical // Susanna Hancock

ES2E4 - As much as we may want to imagine that the arts are free from the affects of something as mundane as money, it is sadly not the case. This truth can be seen notably in the classical music realm. Are academic institutions making an effort to make the study of music more accessible? Are concert halls keeping different socioeconomic classes in mind when they set ticket prices? After attempting to tackle these questions, Michael chats with composer Susanna Hancock about life, her career of many faces, and the success of her food-infused concert series, Terroir New Music. To learn more about Susanna Hancock and her music, check out www.susannahancockmusic.com. Stay up to date on Terroir New Music by going here: www.terroirnewmusic.org. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2Yh4ioU. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by dona...

95 MINJUL 16
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Upper Middle Classical // Susanna Hancock

Kristsmas In July

ES2E3 - Talented. Lauded. Transcontinental. Has a jean jacket. All these describe composer Krists Auznieks, and Michael had the privilege of interviewing him for this week's episode. From orchestral pieces to solo repertoire, Krists seems to have written for it all. Press play to hear for yourself. To learn more about Krists Auznieks and his music, visit www.auznieks.com. This episode's custom tailored Spotify playlist can be found here: https://spoti.fi/2YliYmX. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

59 MINJUL 9
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Kristsmas In July

WTF Is Shen Yun?

ES2E2 - If you have not watched it, you most certainly have seen the posters. What is Shen Yun? At first glance, it is a cultural celebration of Chinese dance and history. Digging deeper reveals an organization formed from religious and philosophical doctrine. All with an enigmatic leader and founder at its heart. Join us for a very special episode into the world of Shen Yun. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

80 MINJUL 1
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WTF Is Shen Yun?

Quaalude And Fugue by Iannis Xanax // Sean Shepherd

ES2E1 - Adagio For Things returns for a second season with a dive into the concept of music for relaxation. Is it only good for making you sleepy? Or is there more to it? Then, co-host Will chews the fat with composer Sean Shepherd, discussing everything from pets to the toll that artistic pressure can take. And Myspace makes a brief appearance. You read that right. To read more about Sean Shepherd and his work, visit www.seanshepherd.com. To check out the custom tailored Spotify playlist for this episode, go to https://spoti.fi/2Iopp44. If you want to find out more about loudBOX and the zany stuff we do, visit us at www.loudboxnyc.com. Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

83 MINJUN 17
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Quaalude And Fugue by Iannis Xanax // Sean Shepherd

Season 2 Launch Party!

ETRAILER - We are drawing closer to the launch of Season 2 of Adagio For Things, so what better what to celebrate than with booze at a bar! Come join us on June 15th at Dive 75 (101 W 75th St, New York, NY 10023). Event starts at 8:00pm EST, but you will want to get there on the early side because the first 20 people get a round on us. We will have some fun pod stuff to give out, and you also may get to meet some of the guests we have had/will have on the show. Get pumped! Facebook Event - https://bit.ly/2WbIdfi Dive 75 - https://dive75.divebarnyc.com loudBOX - www.loudboxnyc.com Copyright loudBOX LLC Support Adagio For Things by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/adagioforthings

1 MINMAY 29
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Season 2 Launch Party!