Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy
Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy is an English-speaking podcast specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy is a podcast selected by soclassiq, like Best Piano Music or Naxos Classical Spotlight and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2018-08-11. Since then, a total of 71 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy.
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The last episode in Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy, "The One Question I Never Thought I’d Have to Answer (and Why it Frustrates the Heck Outta Me)", is dated 2021-09-15. By 2020, this podcast had published 52 episodes (3 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy has published an average of 1 episodes per month.
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Duration (h:m:s): 18:02
“So….do you still play the violin?” Recently, people have been asking me this a lot, and I’ll be honest with you, it kind of pisses me off. My reaction to that question is visceral: defensive, angry, defiant. And a little scared. Because, dammit, I didn’t give up my childhood and every fun thing to be a violinist and have it …
Duration (h:m:s): 5:46
Subscribe to the podcast here! Since I received my Fulbright in the creative writing category, I thought it might be helpful for me to share some ideas about how creative writing has helped me and my violin playing: How Creative Writing Could Make You a Happier Musician In classical music, we accept nothing less than perfection. We mustn’t miss a …
Jennifer Fawcett. "Perfect isn't interesting." On Imposter Syndrome and why we should "keep going and do it anyway."
Duration (h:m:s): 56:14
Subscribe to the podcast here! Learn more about the stuff we talk about in this episode: Jennifer Fawcett Jennifer teaches at Skidmore College and her first novel, The Octagon House, will be published by Atria, an imprint of Simon and Schuster. Working Group Theatre, the theatre group that Jenn co-founded. Imposter Syndrome The International Theatre Project, the organization that allowed …
2020: "What would you tell your younger self?" An end of year review, with advice to help you on your creative journey in 2021.
Duration (h:m:s): 11:18
Subscribe to the podcast here! 0:59 - Cellist Laura Usiskin on perfectionism and the ways we compare ourselves to others. 2:41 - Pianist and scholar, Mina Yang, gives some advice on being grateful and why you don’t have to do music professionally to find value in it. 3:43 - Violinist, conductor, and scholar, Sean Wang, talks about the importance of …
Miki-Sophia Cloud. "Why am I doing this?" On the importance of great mentors and choosing to find joy and purpose in music.
Duration (h:m:s): 25:23
Subscribe to the podcast here! Miki is a core member of the Grammy-nominated ensemble, A Far Cry The Boston Globe profile on Miki's "Little Criers"concerts for families and children. Find "Little Criers" on A Far Cry's Facebook Page. Miki and I play in the Solera Quartet together: MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE is from Mendelssohn's String Quartet, Op. 80, from the …
Dr. Noa Kageyama. "Focus on growth." On growth mindset versus fixed mindset and what we can learn from making music.
Duration (h:m:s): 53:38
Subscribe to the podcast here! Noa Kageyama, Bulletproof Musician Noa teaches at the Juilliard School The Suzuki Method Noa got a double degree at Oberlin Don Greene, Ph.d, Performance Mastery Trainer Seymour Bernstein, pianist and pedagogue Ethan Hawke and his film about Seymour Bernstein This is Your Brain on Jazz: Researchers Use MRI to Study Spontaneity, Creativity Seth Godin Alexander …
Rev. D. Maurice Charles. "To resist absurdity is to live." On why "you don't have to feel what someone else feels to do the right thing" and creating a society that makes space for all of us.
Duration (h:m:s): 1:02:17
Rev. D. Maurice Charles Subscribe to the podcast here! 2:33 - Dean Charles talks about his growing up in the church and how his family migrated from the Jim Crow South. How his family's stories of slavery and survival and faith make up the story of his heritage. 5:12 - When and how Dean Charles was called to the ministry. …
Kenji Bunch: "The willingness to fail in public is so important." A chat with composer and musician Kenji Bunch, about taking creative risks, being a bi-racial Asian kid, and saying "yes" to everything.
Duration (h:m:s): 37:27
Subscribe to the podcast here! Kenji Bunch 3:56 - How Kenji got started in music on violin and piano. 5:32 - How Kenji always had an "abstract notion" that he wanted to compose and how this led to his double major in Viola Performance and Composition at Juilliard. 6:49 - The creative aspect of music and how making his own …
Karen Rile: "You can actually change your life very quickly." A chat with writer Karen Rile, about parenting, flexibility, and how deliberate practice yields huge results.
Duration (h:m:s): 1:13:50
Subscribe to the podcast here! Karen Rile 2:05 - Karen's childhood growing up in an "arts friendly" family. 3:53 - Nathalie Hinderas, an African American pianist who faced career challenges due to racism and how Karen's mother, Joanne Rile, became her manager and pivoted towards a career in arts management, championing African American classical musicians. 5:58 - Why Karen found …
Byron Au Yong, PART 2: "Shouting comes from having no choice." A chat with composer Byron Au Yong, about activism, representation, and why we can't avoid our painful experiences.
Duration (h:m:s): 45:58
Subscribe to the podcast here! Byron Au Yong 3:13 - The genesis of "Activist Songbook." The murder of Vincent Chin as impetus for U.S. legislation against hate crimes. 5:12 - "'Activist Songbook' is the third in a trilogy of works where I've been addressing what Americans fear; ways out of oppression; and the central focus of these three works: an …