Keep Classical Weird
Keep Classical Weird is an English-speaking podcast specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Keep Classical Weird is a podcast selected by soclassiq, like Classically Speaking or Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2020-05-01. Since then, a total of 39 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by Keep Classical Weird.
Keep Classical Weird activity
With 13 articles published in the last 90 days, Keep Classical Weird is currently a not very active podcast. "Not very active" does not mean that Keep Classical Weird is less interesting than another more prolific source. Each media follows a specific editorial line, recording and broadcasting according to its own rhythm.
This editorial activity is no different from that recorded for the previous period.
The last episode in Keep Classical Weird, "Episode 32: Build Your Library with Battalia", is dated 2021-01-15. By 2020, this podcast had published 36 episodes.
Keep Classical Weird in the last 36 months
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The latest epiodes from Keep Classical Weird
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Duration (h:m:s): 10:04
The first in a series of Build Your Library episodes - something to refresh the classical music you listen to! Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 18:16
I’ve always wondered, since I was a kid, if I actually have perfect pitch or not. And I... sort of... discover the answer? Maybe? Helpful insights from Mont Chris Hubbard and Leslie Grush. Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 27:57
Happy New Year! Casey and Dr. Tegart have a wonderful and casual conversation recapping the year in music. We predict what’s to come, and we even make a few little resolutions for ourselves. Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 39:05
A rebroadcast of the mega compilation that swept the nation! (Can’t help it when the rhyme’s right in front of me.)We’ll be back next week with a new episode! Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 21:28
A rebroadcast of a super fun and *delicious* episode at Bierly Brewing in McMinnville, OR. Check them out here: ici Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 43:54
The first international interview! (Thanks, Zoom!) Casey chats with London-based and Emmy-nominated composer Rael Jones about his process, his new album, and his favorite descriptors of the Nyckleharpa.Download Rael’s new album, “Mother Echo,” right here: ici All excerpts used with permission of the composer (Rael himself!) Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 25:56
Dr. Sophia Tegart returns for a fascinating conversation about the life and times of composer John Cage.Prepared piano performance is from Richard Bunger’s performance, and can be found here: ici of this recording is through the Creative Commons license found here: ici Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 46:12
Thank you all for your podcast support! I’m thankful for the KCW community. (A global one at that!)As a token of my appreciation, here is an extended interview with mezzo soprano Aleks Romano, previously only available to Patreon subscribers. I hope you enjoy! If you’d like to hear more, or get access to my video podcast, “Casey Does Classical,” consider …
Duration (h:m:s): 25:15
Masked and at a distance, Casey ventured into the house of her good friend and colleague, Gordon Rencher, to discover a huge world of percussion. Cymbals, marimba, and rice bowls, oh my! Support the show (ici
Duration (h:m:s): 23:38
Dr. Tegart is back to discuss the history of operatic mad scenes, as well as talk about the maddiest of all time, the finale to Lucia di Lamermoor.The Metropolitan Opera’s production of Lucia’s mad scene: ici excerpts provided by archive.org, used with the Creative Commons License found here: ici Support the show (ici