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For the Greater Groove: The Future of Strings is a collection of chats/jams with some of the leaders in the progressive string playing community. The focus is on grooving and playing rhythm strings, like rhythm guitar. Grooving is the crucial entry point into our popular musical culture and something virtually ignored in traditional classical training. Each show includes a "Groove Hacker" segment, in which we take a groove from a recording and recreate it on strings; a Groove Topic/Question ...
 
Kites and Strings is a podcast about creativity, living creatively and excelling in the process. Co-Hosts, Steve and Catherine are both registered art therapists and licensed clinical professional counselors in Chicago and New York City, repectively. They talk a smidge about their practices, but they mostly discuss the processes of maintaining and balancing a creative life. Guests, who have found their own successes in these edeavors are also routinely featured.
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Exploring intersections between creativity, music education, string playing, DIY music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outreach, summer conference, and online curriculum.
 
She's the ex wife. She's the girlfriend. They should hate each other. They definitely shouldn’t want to start a podcast together. But sometimes life works in mysterious and magical ways. These are the musings, reflections and occasional accidental insights of two women who have become great friends against the odds. How are they able to put aside their egos and overcome conventional hang ups about each other? How do they inspire each other to be better mothers, friends and partners? How can ...
 
Sandswept saloons riddled with bullets to noble balls dripping with bloody intrigue. Moonlight shines upon adventurers, strings bind them together. And in the end, they will know love. We are the Strings of Fate (SOFpod), a DnD 5th Edition, Actual Play podcast! We are dedicated to telling inclusive stories and weaving character narratives that defy the traditions of the game! Join Mikayla, Chris, Michelle, and DM Christian through a world consumed and unbalanced. From paladins of light to cr ...
 
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Strings & Things

Claire Allen and Erynn Spencer

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Do you love music or know someone who does? Do you love Jane Austen books and screen adaptations? And what on earth do these two things have in common? The answer is the Strings & Things podcast! In each family-friendly episode, co-hosts Claire Allen and Erynn Spencer invite you listen in on their laid-back conversations about their mutual loves: music, playing and teaching violin, and British period drama.
 
Hear music and interviews from the world's leading guitarists, string players, and more. The show explores mostly the world of the classical and flamenco guitar. In the end though, all are welcome, as the show is really about craft. Learn a little about music, get great practice advice, and glean wisdom on all aspects of professional musicianship. All Strings Considered is the best way to check out new music and (almost) meet your favorite musicians.
 
The Strings Of The Mind Podcast is A Morning Podcast Hosted By Grey Dragon. Over Here we Talk about The Latest and Greatest in Gaming And Social Media! Tune in Every Week and Listen to Rants, Discussions, Debates and Drama While maybe picking up something That can Change your Life! Only On the Strings of the Mind Podcast! Every Week! (Season 2 Of The Strings of the Mind Podcast Out Now!!)
 
Let the gods quake at the sounds of your whispered plans. Let them lose sleep in their skyscrapers and citadels. Their end looms, a neon Fimbulwinter rising from those they pushed down. Ragnarok is coming, and it's you. Join Tracy Barnett, Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer as they playtest the first season of Iron Edda Reforged! See the system develop from inception to final as the neighborhood of Puppet Strings rises up to take down Tyr!
 
This podcast project will aim to cover different classical guitar related topics such as practicing, performing, composing, arranging, teaching, etc. Every month there will be a new episode where the host and the guests discuss and perform various guitar works. Through this, they will exchange valuable ideas, as well as network and collaborate with each other. Moreover, the classical guitar podcast will present live performances of new works and arrangements in order to encourage and inspire ...
 
Welcome to Pluckin Strings With Ted and Alice Miller , We love interacting with musicians as much as being musicians ourselves! Saddle up with Ted and Alice Miller as they visit with songwriters and musicians on the art of songwriting and their musical experiences in the midwest and beyond. If you're a songwriter, musician or simply a music lover and love hearing stories of the song, We believe you will truly enjoy this podcast!!
 
The Apex Level To Power Podcast is dedicated to your empowerment. We examine the inner workings of human interactions and teach you how to succeed in your interpersonal relationships. Are you a Sheep or a Wolf? An Alpha or a Beta? Everyone who isn’t at the top of the power hierarchy wants to know how to get there, but those in control are rarely willing to give up their secrets to success. Sheep, stuck in the herd but longing to escape, are left with self-help books that promise results but ...
 
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Where the heck have Mandy and Holly been for the last four months?!?! Listen to their latest episode to find out about the levels of Covid hell they found themselves in, the highs and lows of the holiday season, an epic shopping trip that ended in milkshake disaster, how pepperjack cheese ruined the day, and what bright spots are ahead in 2023. Sta…
 
In this episode Catherine and Steve talk with Heather Polk. She's a collage artist based out of Chicago who exhibits and is a featured artist with multiple collectives, such as The Get Gallery, Spacey Studios and PxP Contemporary. She's been featured in publications such as The New Yorker Magazine, The Washington Post and Cosmopolitan and she creat…
 
Violinist and tireless educator Jesus Florido talks about the importance of the groove in Latin music and how it's expressed on the violin. We share an astonishment at how the groove is so often ignored by classical violinists in favor of tone production, and then I quiz Mr. Florido about...obscure facts about the state of Florida.…
 
In this episode, join special guests Nigel Kersten, KasparvonGrünberg, Fatih Degirmenci, and Ronan Keenan as they discuss the recent surge in popularity of platform engineering and how these teams are fast becoming vital to enterprise success. In this panel discussion they explore: The history and advent of platform engineering What platform engine…
 
"The Book Woman's Daughter" by Kim Michelle Richardson: https://www.amazon.com/Book-Womans-Daughter-Novel-Troublesome/dp/1728242592 Our Next Book: "How to Make Paper When the World is Ending" by Dallas Woodburn: https://www.amazon.com/Make-Paper-When-World-Ending/dp/1646637038 Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsa…
 
Developing excellence and improved self-care for music teachers. Our guest Adrian Gordon has taught classroom music for 18 years. His new book "Note to Self" explores how to make successful transitions for music teachers. Learn more about Adrian and his work at www.adriangordonmusic.comThanks to our sponsors, Yamaha and www.ElectricViolinShop.com…
 
In this episode of Kites and Strings, Steve and Catherine talk with author, Mary-Lou Weisman. She's a prize-winning journalist who has contributed too many articles to list in publications like the New York Times, Connecticut Weekly, Vogue, Newsweek, Newsday, and Woman's Day. She's also a bestselling book author with five published books to date, a…
 
In this episode we talk with Joseph Arthur, a renowned musician and painter. We learn that his first love was music, that he started young, and that he was discovered and signed by Peter Gabriel on Peter Gabriel's record company, Real World. A little research tells us that he's played with some other big names, that he's been part of the bands, Fis…
 
Check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/stringsunraveled Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.com Follow Us on Instagram: @stringsandthingsstudio Kaity: @kaitycreates Anne: @anneland22 Karin: @knitspinner805द्वारा Strings Unraveled
 
A collection of highlights of my conversations from the past year, with short musical excerpts, starting with the Zach Brock episode from January and including Natalie Haas, Sara Caswell, Billy Contreras, Roberto Sierra, Diana Ladio, Danny Seidenberg, Sirius String Quartet, Tomoko Akaboshi, Mark Summer, Mia Asano, Eugene Friesen and Daniel Bernard …
 
Learn secrets of how to play bluegrass fiddle and more with Justin Branum - in this video we use the Magic Bluegrass scale as it relates to tunes like June Apple. June Apples are small and oblong, with a brisk taste that's unusual for early apples. I only know this because Justin Branum told me. He's a Nashville-based master fiddler and regular at …
 
Small Angels by Lauren Owen: https://www.amazon.com/Small-Angels-Novel-Lauren-Owen/dp/0593242203 Our Next Book: The Book Woman's Daughter by Kim Michelle Richardson: https://www.amazon.com/Book-Womans-Daughter-Novel-Troublesome/dp/1728242592 Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.com Follow Us on Inst…
 
Although we made trace nods to the holidays in our last two episodes, this is the most festive holiday episode for Kites and Strings in 2022. It features, gingerbread artist, Beatriz Muller, and make no mistake, we are not using the term "artist" lightly. What Beatriz does in the kitchen with gingerbread is amazing, so much so that we strongly enco…
 
Composer/violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain shares his unique perspective as a black progressive string player and composer in a very traditional classical world. We talk about his journey of self-discovery and the importance of advocating for new ideas and updating of traditions. Then I quiz the composer of one of the better known contemporary solo …
 
In today's episode, we talk with Rachel Lewis, who checks several boxes in the land of creative. At the beginning of season 3, Catherine and Steve wondered aloud about bringing in not only chef, foodie type people, as we have consistently thought that being a chef required a combination of what we think is the more traditional create spirit coupled…
 
How to amplify the violin and get a good sound. Electric violin vs acoustic violin. Pickups vs amplifiers. Electric Violin Effects, how to use loops for violin, and related gear for violin, viola, and cello, are answered in this interview with Matt Bell of Electric Violin Shop #electricviolin #electricviolinshop Watch the video version here: https:…
 
Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.com Follow Us on Instagram: @stringsandthingsstudio Kaity: @kaitycreates Anne: @anneland22 Karin: @knitspinner805द्वारा Strings Unraveled
 
This episode feature a lovely chat with United Kingdom-based musician, guitar builder and Godfather of the cigar box guitar, Chickenbone John. He brings an amazing amount of passion to his art, but where others may manifest their passion in details, finish and being technically spot on, John's passion is seen in the multiple ways that he makes musi…
 
Today, we chat with Ben Coe. Impressively, he's a physicist who has worked with lasers and a huge super collider, where he smashes ions together, and here we explore his tendency to see things in life as largely upgradeable. If something can be improved, made different, better, more consistent with his needs, whatever, he'll figure out a way to mak…
 
Everyone Knows Your Mother is a Witch by Rivka Galchen: https://www.amazon.com/Everyone-Knows-Your-Mother-Witch/dp/0374280460 Our Next Book: Small Angels by Lauren Owen: https://www.amazon.com/Small-Angels-Novel-Lauren-Owen/dp/0593242203 Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.com Follow Us on Instagra…
 
In this episode we talk with June Gervais, an author who makes her home on Long Island and who, as we learned in talking with her after the episode, was familiar with Kites and Strings and had listened to a number of episodes prior to our having any contact. It also turns out before we were turned onto June, she was mentored by our S2 E22 guest and…
 
In this episode of the Creative Strings Podcast, Chris talks to educator and violinist, Dr. Quinton Morris about his non-profit work, Key to Change, entrepreneurship, and combating racism in classical music. https://www.keytochangestudio.org/ (01:15) Teaching students to be entrepreneurs (3:24) Harvard business school (5:28) Key to change (9:19) Wh…
 
Today's episode is with an old friend, Gregg Calpino. In fact, earlier in the season when Catherine and I talked about the types of artists we wanted to get on the show in season 3, a landscape architect came up. A bit after that conversations, while actually editing the aforementioned episode, I was reminded that I know somebody who is one of the …
 
Today's episode features Shea Boynton, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for the Denver, Colorado-based country band, The Barlow, who released their third album, New Year, Old Me, earlier this year. In this episode we talk about how he balances his kids/wife, family, and his job in construction with his band, band life, touring, writing, fixing…
 
This One-Shot uses a modified adventure from Candlekeep Mysteries: "The Joy of Extradimensional Spaces" by Michael Polkinghorn The Strings of Fate take a trip home to celebrate Azzurum's favorite holiday! But Azzurum's prepared a surprise for the unsuspecting party... What scares await them? Thank you to all our wonderful patrons who help us to gro…
 
Eugene Friesen is one of the architects of progressive string playing. We go deep and we get specific--Eugene slows down an example of his trademark pizzicato technique and drops nuggets of gold all through this podcast, getting philosophical and sharing little known secrets of his early years. And then the inventor of the educational superhero, Ce…
 
It does seem like everyone is talking about wellness these days, so Liletta and Mirena are back to take a crack at it like only they can. They discuss a medical update (walking is HARD), crazy close encounters at the Stevie Nicks concert, the unexpected dimensions of grief, making plans to be more social AND alone, and why we should spend lots of m…
 
Lore Olympus (vol. 1) by Rachel Smythe: www.amazon.com/Lore-Olympus-One-…the/dp/0593356071 Our next Book: Everyone Knows Your Mother is a Witch by Rivka Galchen: https://www.amazon.com/Everyone-Knows-Your-Mother-Witch/dp/0374280460 Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.com Visit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.com Follow Us on Instagram: @st…
 
In the spirit of Halloween, we bring another episode that explores taking on the persona of another being through dress-up. This week has more a fantasy vibe and features professional mermaid and storybook princess, Daniella Tiranno. She is co-founder/ and owner of Magical Aura Entertainment on New York's Long Island. For her company, she also play…
 
In the spirit of Halloween, we're interviewing the haunted house actor, Rick Basmagy, an actor with the premier NYC haunted house, Blood Manor. Just looking at the image selected for this episode, you'll see that the Halloweening that Rick engages in is not child's play. We added a link to an article about Rick and a colleague below and by followin…
 
From foe to friend, join us as we recount the tumultuous life of the newest member of the Strings of Fate. Thank you to all our wonderful patrons who help us to grow the show and keep us on the air! Shannon Mcguire, Elliot the Newt, Monty, Kylie, Romeo, Courtney (Kiki), Jessica Wilson, Kaleviv, Emily W, Lucky M, Mary S., Ankhefenra, Cait, Al, Molly…
 
Mia Asano is a young electric violinist who has become one of the most visible content creators in the string world. She's a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music and we talk about how she got over 2 million views and 100K followers one night. And how she fell out of love and back in love with music.…
 
In this episode we meet Molly Van Kley, a photographer who is currently located in Augusta Georgia. Her initial dream and career protectory was in fashion editorial photography, and she found success having been published in over 20 magazines. In that process she developed mad collaboration skills as she connected with other up-and-coming artists, …
 
Fledgling by Octavia Butlerwww.amazon.com/dp/0446696161/ref…1KMEDJYWGTGHSACHQOur Next Book: Lore Olympus (vol. 1) by Rachel Smythe:https://www.amazon.com/Lore-Olympus-One-Rachel-Smythe/dp/0593356071Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.comVisit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.comFollow Us on Instagram:@stringsandthingsstudioAnne: @anneland22…
 
Today's episode features two fine music educators, Tim Placher, who just retired from the Plainfield School District in Plainfield Illinois and Rob Calhoon, a long-time music educator at the Flossmoor School District about 45 miles east of Plainfield. Tim and rob are fine teachers and have positively impacted a countless number of students over the…
 
In this episode, Steve and Catherine talk with Nashville-based musician, Phoebe Hunt, who Steve met at the artist's hospitality tent at the Frankfort Bluegrass Fest in Frankfort Illinois. Truth be told, Steve and his band, Butterfield Creek, were there because there was a cancellation, they're kind-of local, and Steve could pull the band together w…
 
Ugh. August. It’s over now but it was a doozy and Liletta and Mirena just had to deal with some stuff. But they’re back with an almost 3 hour episode, so break it up into chunks and listen at your leisure. Even though this past month kinda was the armpit of summer, they have so much to be grateful for and music is at the top of the list. Mandy and …
 
Email Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.comVisit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.comFollow Us on Instagram:@stringsandthingsstudioKaity: @kaitycreatesAnne: @anneland22Karin: @knitspinner805द्वारा Strings Unraveled
 
Mark and I reminisce about the old Turtle Island days and he confesses to having written one of the best-known solo cello pieces of all time, "Julie-O", on the piano. Then I quiz Mr. Julie-O about...all things Julio, as in Julio Igelsias, "Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard" and Don Julio tequila.द्वारा Tracy Silverman
 
Today's episode features a discussion with Steve's daughter's 3rd grade teacher, Liz Smith, but it has nothing to do with his daughter, their experience in school, or really even Liz's experience as a teacher. It is much more about Liz's transition and re-invention when she realized that her role in education did not bring the joy that it once did.…
 
CW: This episode has themes of mass panic and sound effects of panicking crowds. Rest ye well in her shade, be it a moment, an hour. You're far, so far from home, my dearest sunflower. Thank you to all our wonderful patrons who help us to grow the show and keep us on the air!Kylie, Romeo, Courtney (Kiki), Jessica Wilson, Kaleviv, Emily W, Lucky M, …
 
Tomoko shares her story of being a classical violinist in Tokyo who fell in love with jazz and moved to Boston to study with only a suitcase and a violin. She's now a busy contractor who books a lot of the cooler gigs for string players in the NYC area. We talk about her work and mission and then we find out how much the founder of the jazz/chamber…
 
On our series called “First Axe” we ask members of Tilted Axes to tell us their electric guitar origin stories. This time, we’re talking to guitarist and composer Christoph Götzen, who is based in Dusseldorf, Germany. Raised on punk rock but studying and experimenting with jazz, Christoph is also organizing a three-day festival in honor on Internat…
 
Today's guest is NPR Tiny Desk, punk-folk musician, Sunny War. She is an amazing, largely self-taught guitarist who played and developed her songwriting chops to literally survive homelessness and addiction as a teen in LA. Like the other two released through Hen House Studios, her most recent LP, Simple Syrup is gathering amazing reviews throughou…
 
It is finally the long-sought Lantern Night.Our heroes take a well-earned rest.In perfect light, the sky is illuminated. Thank you to all our wonderful patrons who help us to grow the show and keep us on the air!Romeo, Courtney (Kiki), Jessica Wilson, Kaleviv, Emily W, Lucky M, Mary S., Ankhefenra, Cait, Al, Molly Eldred, Kim Van de Putte, Sheki, B…
 
Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus:read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B09…860WMM75F15AE8GB9Our Next Book: Fledgling by Octavia Butlerhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/0446696161/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_S2Q1KMEDJYWGTGHSACHQEmail Us: stringsandthingsinfo@gmail.comVisit our Website: www.stringsandthingsstudio.comFollow Us on Instagram:@stringsandthingsstudioAnne: …
 
We've had a full Summer - a bunch of good and some not so good, but we're set for season three. Steve and Catherine use this episode, which is our 75th, to discuss hopes for this season and since we are not the type of show that has a whole season of guests lined up, we used today's episode to expressly challenge ourselves and to request help from …
 
CW: Death of an NPC. A terrible fate and the power that would consume you to prevent it. There are choices to be made, but are you strong enough to make them? Thank you to all our wonderful patrons who help us to grow the show and keep us on the air!Romeo, Courtney (Kiki), Jessica Wilson, Kaleviv, Emily W, Lucky M, Mary S., Ankhefenra, Cait, Al, Mo…
 
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