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1st kultpavillon - Experimente und Meinungen aus Luzern - Schweiz - Switzerland
so bunt und unberechenbar wie die realität ist auch mein podcast. ich bin immer auf der suche nach dem anderen. was gemacht ist, gehört zur gegenwart, was zu tun ist, liegt in der zukunft. weitere infos auf http://www.kultpavillon.ch
Check Out These Records I Got
A weekly podcast about buying, listening to, and talking about records. Hosted by Philadelphia musician/bon vivant, Patrick Crowling
Soho Theatre Podcast
In these podcasts Lee Griffiths and Joanna Hawkins will be meeting some of the amazing artists who will be performing at Soho Theatre. Talking to them about their careers and shows and asking questions from the listeners!
Mystical truck drivers. Robots gone haywire. Killer clown demons. And pie. So. Much. Pie. This quirky, darkly comic, Southwestern-flavored anthology brings you a new paranormal audio play every month. Sit back, open your ears, and hold on tight. Because you're about to take a quick detour...through Uncanny County.
Every season, performing arts companies take on a group of young up-and-comers who will work, and learn, with the pros. The ballet calls them trainees. At Actors Theatre of Louisville, they’re apprentices. Kentucky Opera has studio artists. They’re in residence at a professional company for the first time, understudying for the stars and taking on small roles while learning the ins and outs of the business. In the series "The Big Break," we’ll go inside the Ballet, Actors Theatre and the Opera through the eyes of three developing artists in residence. Claire Horrocks, Samantha Beach and Brad Raymond are keeping audio diaries.
Soul Friend Sessions
Stories from a ministry of soul care for Creatives which exists to help them become who they were born to be. "God rewrote the text of my life when I opened the book of my heart to His eyes." -Psalm 18:24, The Message
Per Service Podcast
Too many classical musicians go through the difficult and demanding grind of music school or years of lessons, and find out: "hmm, this isn't what I thought it was going to be like," or think: "why didn't anyone talk about what being a musician was really like?" Well, that's why we're here. The term Per Service is typically how we judge how good a gig is..because we'd say a gig pays...$95 per service (where each rehearsal or concert is a service). But money doesn't have to be the only way to measure how good a gig is. It could be worthwhile because of the conductor is awesome, or which colleagues you get to work with, or because there's a great BBQ joint across the street from the hall, or for many other reasons that don't get counted for in just the rate per service. We're four musicians who want to talk openly about what it's really like, and invite you to join in the conversation too at www.perservice.co
a show dedicated to all things Dance in Montreal, from the participant's perspective, from the viewers' perspective, from the professionals' perspective and from your perspective as well.
Poor Man's Process
Poor Man's Process is a journey into low budget film making in all of its many forms. We take big budget concepts and discuss making them on the cheap. Find more from Supraliminal Films at SupraliminalFilms.com
Join Jesus Diaz as he explores Afro-Cuban and Afro-Brazilian Music