TRILLOQUY is an English-speaking podcast specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, TRILLOQUY is a podcast selected by soclassiq, like YourClassical Daily Download or Trove Thursday and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2020-05-01. Since then, a total of 195 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by TRILLOQUY.
With 13 articles published in the last 90 days, TRILLOQUY is currently a not very active podcast. "Not very active" does not mean that TRILLOQUY 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 TRILLOQUY, "Opus 116 - "On the Waterfront"", is dated 2021-09-15. By 2020, this podcast had published 158 episodes (37 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, TRILLOQUY has published an average of 5 episodes per month.
TRILLOQUY in the last 36 months
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Duration (h:m:s): 2:05:18
When Katy Henriksen was featured on Op. 9 of TRILLOQUY back in 2019, she was a local radio host working to take western classical music out of the "old, white guy realm". Today, Katy is an entrepreneur who works as a promoter, journalist, writer and podcaster creating content that challenges the status quo. She returns to TRILLOQUY to chat with …
Duration (h:m:s): 2:06:04
As more musicians navigate an increasingly unstable arts ecosystem, working in both the performance and administrative spheres has become more popular. Garrett chats with Jaime Sharp, a mezzo-soprano whose artistry, administration, and activism is rooted in accessibility and change. The guys explore DEI in "period instrument" spaces, challenge the notion of #BlackExcellence, and offer words for the good (and not …
Duration (h:m:s): 2:03:22
W.E.B. Du Bois has inspired countless Black thinkers, but he also left behind an appreciation for western classical music. Joe LaRocca and Dominque Hoskin of the Du Bois Orchestra chat with Garrett about making change in concert halls through more "traditional" musical aesthetics. Scott honors the classical music of England's Black composers with a shout out to Kalena Bovell, and …
Duration (h:m:s): 2:04:26
Maestro Michael Morgan believed that the purpose of a performing arts institution is to make its entire community better. As the world mourns the recent loss of this pivotal figure in American music, Garrett and Scott honor him with anecdotes, stories and recordings from his vastly trailblazing career. Garrett chats with Dr. Antonio Cuyler about the importance of access in …
Duration (h:m:s): 1:56:09
In celebration of the 48th birthday of hip hop, Garrett and Scott honor a few of the artists and sounds that have helped the genre maintain its status as America's most popular classic style of music. The guys also discuss the recent tragedy in Haiti, political challenges in Afghanistan and introduce anti-capitalist thought to TRILLOQUY. Brittani McNeill returns to talk …
Duration (h:m:s): 1:57:55
Brittani McNeill is a singer and journalist whose views on liberation and equity are focused on her mantra - she's rooting for everybody Black who's rooting for EVERYBODY Black. Garrett shares part 1 of their most recent conversation, where they explore the ideas complete systems change, what it means to let harmful rhetoric go unchecked and the ways in which …
Duration (h:m:s): 2:05:39
Richard Wagner's anti-semitism has been at the center of the conversation of classical "cancellation" for a generation, but writer, filmmaker, and violinist Paul Festa is challenging the tradition of Wagner-adjacent cancel culture with a new essay: "Cancellation of the Gods". He talks with Garrett about his journey with Wagner's music, the conversations that brought him to his continued appreciation of …
Duration (h:m:s): 1:47:41
Have you ever heard of slave orchestras? What does a post-colonial 'classical' music ecosystem look like? Cellist, composer, multi-instrumentalist and writer Jon Silpayamanant joins Garrett to talk about how the intersection of colonialism and music have impacted the world, and ideas on how musicians can help inspire mental decolonization. Garrett and Scott highlight the story of a Black man who …
Duration (h:m:s): 1:56:03
Tarik 'Konshens The MC' Davis is a hip-hop artist, songwriter, educator and youth advocate from Washington D.C who, in search of hip-hop driven chamber music, created the "Classically Dope" ensemble. He and Classically Dope's horn player, Derek Maseloff, join Garrett to talk about the development of this ensemble, the public response the ensemble has gained and the ways in which …
Duration (h:m:s): 1:46:28
Once upon a time, a recording of the United States Marine Band inspired a boy from East Tennessee to pursue a profession as a band director. Today, Dr. Brandon Houghtalen teaches the next generation of band directors while challenging the traditional notions and narratives that place concert band and wind ensemble music in the back seat to orchestral music. He …