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Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast

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Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast
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Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast

Thoroughly Good Podcast

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Jon Jacob talks to artists, writers, and audience members about classical music and the concert-going experience.

Latest Episodes

Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast 62: Composer Roxanna Panufnik

Overlook the mis-pronunciation of the marvellous Roxanna Panufnik's name in the recorded introduction to this podcast. The important stuff is what follows. Roxanna is warm, open, and generous in her contributions, at ease recalling her formative years as she is responding to my frequent 'ums' and 'ahs'. Thanks for supporting the podcast. You really are special people.

36 MIN4 d ago
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Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast 62: Composer Roxanna Panufnik

Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on Brahms, Widor and Debussy

Annelien Van Wauwe's new album on Pentatone features music from the late 19th century Belle Epoque - the 'beautiful era' - and includes works by Debussy, Brahms, Widor and Pierne. In this podcast Annelien discusses her relationship with the music and her approach to playing, practicing and teaching.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on Brahms, Widor and Debussy

Voces 8 International Summer School at Milton Abbey

Voces 8 (http://www.voces8.com/) founder and participation manager provides a guided tour of the singing group's residential course for amateur singers at Milton Abbey in Dorset. Music includes Bruch's Violin Concerto from Thomas Gould and Haydn's Creation. Also featuring one proud mum.

54 MIN2 w ago
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Voces 8 International Summer School at Milton Abbey

Festival of New: Sarah Nicolls, Maja Bugge, and Fran Lobo

Recorded at the beginning of September at Snape Maltings Concert Hall in the run up to the second annual Festival of New (https://snapemaltings.co.uk/season/festival-of-new/) , podcast 59 features pianist Sarah Nicholls, cellist Maja Bugge and singer-songwriter Fran Lobo discussing some of the thinking behind their work at the week-long residency. Support Sarah Nicholls Standing Grand Piano Kickstarter Campaign here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/futurepiano/the-standing-grand-a-new-light-portable-acoustic-piano. Sarah also appears in this year's London Piano Festival next week. Tickets: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/family/the-inside-out-piano-with-sarah-nicolls/ Patreon supporters get early access to the Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast for as little as $5 in addition to other benefits. Support the podcast here: https://patreon.com/thoroughlygood.

60 MIN3 w ago
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Festival of New: Sarah Nicolls, Maja Bugge, and Fran Lobo

Cellist Raphael Wallfisch discusses the music of Ernest Bloch

Ahead of Raphael Wallfisch's new season of concerts, Jon Jacob speaks to the cellist about his formative classical music experiences, cellist Zara Nelsova, Jacqueline du Pre, and the music of Ernest Bloch. For regular updates, concert previews, and recording recommendations, support the podcast via https://www.patreon.com/thoroughlygood.

62 MIN3 w ago
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Cellist Raphael Wallfisch discusses the music of Ernest Bloch

London Mozart Players at the newly refurbished Fairfield Halls

56 MINSEP 18
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London Mozart Players at the newly refurbished Fairfield Halls

Conductor Nicholas Collon discusses Aurora Orchestra and his new role with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Ahead of the Aurora Orchestra's much-anticipated appearance performing Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique at the BBC Proms 2019, conductor Nicholas Collon discusses his career to date and looks ahead to his new role as Chief Conductor at the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra.

37 MINSEP 12
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Conductor Nicholas Collon discusses Aurora Orchestra and his new role with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Soprano and Creative Marci Meth discusses 'The Wild Song'

Marci introduces her new crowdfunded CD - The Wild Song. A combination of folk songs set to music by Benjamin Britten interspersed with poetry by Yeats read by Simon Russell-Beale and sound interludes by Mychael Danner. All of it produced at the Britten Studio at Snape Maltings in Suffolk in 2016. Buy the album here >> http://smarturl.it/modern-poetics

53 MINAUG 29
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Soprano and Creative Marci Meth discusses 'The Wild Song'

Conductor Elim Chan at the #BBCProms

Conductor Elim Chan discusses the conductor’s experience, Valery Gergiev and working with Errolyn Wallen. NB The agency Elim is signed to is Harrison Parrott, not Harold Holt (which doesn’t actually exist by the way). Maybe it’s time for a new podcast host.

39 MINAUG 15
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Conductor Elim Chan at the #BBCProms

BBC Proms 2019 - Stop Banging On

Give the listening audience the chance to reflect on what they’ve just heard and what it means to them, instead of resorting to hype, sycophancy, or post-performance reviews

5 MINAUG 14
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BBC Proms 2019 - Stop Banging On

Latest Episodes

Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast 62: Composer Roxanna Panufnik

Overlook the mis-pronunciation of the marvellous Roxanna Panufnik's name in the recorded introduction to this podcast. The important stuff is what follows. Roxanna is warm, open, and generous in her contributions, at ease recalling her formative years as she is responding to my frequent 'ums' and 'ahs'. Thanks for supporting the podcast. You really are special people.

36 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast 62: Composer Roxanna Panufnik

Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on Brahms, Widor and Debussy

Annelien Van Wauwe's new album on Pentatone features music from the late 19th century Belle Epoque - the 'beautiful era' - and includes works by Debussy, Brahms, Widor and Pierne. In this podcast Annelien discusses her relationship with the music and her approach to playing, practicing and teaching.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Clarinettist Annelien Van Wauwe on Brahms, Widor and Debussy

Voces 8 International Summer School at Milton Abbey

Voces 8 (http://www.voces8.com/) founder and participation manager provides a guided tour of the singing group's residential course for amateur singers at Milton Abbey in Dorset. Music includes Bruch's Violin Concerto from Thomas Gould and Haydn's Creation. Also featuring one proud mum.

54 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Voces 8 International Summer School at Milton Abbey

Festival of New: Sarah Nicolls, Maja Bugge, and Fran Lobo

Recorded at the beginning of September at Snape Maltings Concert Hall in the run up to the second annual Festival of New (https://snapemaltings.co.uk/season/festival-of-new/) , podcast 59 features pianist Sarah Nicholls, cellist Maja Bugge and singer-songwriter Fran Lobo discussing some of the thinking behind their work at the week-long residency. Support Sarah Nicholls Standing Grand Piano Kickstarter Campaign here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/futurepiano/the-standing-grand-a-new-light-portable-acoustic-piano. Sarah also appears in this year's London Piano Festival next week. Tickets: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/family/the-inside-out-piano-with-sarah-nicolls/ Patreon supporters get early access to the Thoroughly Good Classical Music Podcast for as little as $5 in addition to other benefits. Support the podcast here: https://patreon.com/thoroughlygood.

60 MIN3 w ago
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Festival of New: Sarah Nicolls, Maja Bugge, and Fran Lobo

Cellist Raphael Wallfisch discusses the music of Ernest Bloch

Ahead of Raphael Wallfisch's new season of concerts, Jon Jacob speaks to the cellist about his formative classical music experiences, cellist Zara Nelsova, Jacqueline du Pre, and the music of Ernest Bloch. For regular updates, concert previews, and recording recommendations, support the podcast via https://www.patreon.com/thoroughlygood.

62 MIN3 w ago
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Cellist Raphael Wallfisch discusses the music of Ernest Bloch

London Mozart Players at the newly refurbished Fairfield Halls

56 MINSEP 18
Comments
London Mozart Players at the newly refurbished Fairfield Halls

Conductor Nicholas Collon discusses Aurora Orchestra and his new role with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Ahead of the Aurora Orchestra's much-anticipated appearance performing Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique at the BBC Proms 2019, conductor Nicholas Collon discusses his career to date and looks ahead to his new role as Chief Conductor at the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra.

37 MINSEP 12
Comments
Conductor Nicholas Collon discusses Aurora Orchestra and his new role with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Soprano and Creative Marci Meth discusses 'The Wild Song'

Marci introduces her new crowdfunded CD - The Wild Song. A combination of folk songs set to music by Benjamin Britten interspersed with poetry by Yeats read by Simon Russell-Beale and sound interludes by Mychael Danner. All of it produced at the Britten Studio at Snape Maltings in Suffolk in 2016. Buy the album here >> http://smarturl.it/modern-poetics

53 MINAUG 29
Comments
Soprano and Creative Marci Meth discusses 'The Wild Song'

Conductor Elim Chan at the #BBCProms

Conductor Elim Chan discusses the conductor’s experience, Valery Gergiev and working with Errolyn Wallen. NB The agency Elim is signed to is Harrison Parrott, not Harold Holt (which doesn’t actually exist by the way). Maybe it’s time for a new podcast host.

39 MINAUG 15
Comments
Conductor Elim Chan at the #BBCProms

BBC Proms 2019 - Stop Banging On

Give the listening audience the chance to reflect on what they’ve just heard and what it means to them, instead of resorting to hype, sycophancy, or post-performance reviews

5 MINAUG 14
Comments
BBC Proms 2019 - Stop Banging On