Toledo SymphonyLab is an English-speaking podcast specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Toledo SymphonyLab is a podcast selected by soclassiq, like Surviving Classical Music or PorterFlute Pod and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2017-09-13. Since then, a total of 133 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by Toledo SymphonyLab.
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With 12 articles published in the last 90 days, Toledo SymphonyLab is currently a not very active podcast. "Not very active" does not mean that Toledo SymphonyLab 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 increasing compared to the previous period.
The last episode in Toledo SymphonyLab, "King of Instruments", is dated 2021-01-13. By 2020, this podcast had published 37 episodes.
Toledo SymphonyLab in the last 36 months
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Guest conductor James Feddeck joins us to preview the TSO's upcoming streaming program King of Instruments, which features prominent works for organ (all performed by the magnificent Todd Wilson on the world-famous Skinner organ at the Peristyle). James (also an organist) gives us a glimpse into his backstory – complete with some fun stories – and we test our musical …
Musical endings come in all flavors: happy, sad, thrilling, pensive (and everywhere in between). As the old year concludes and we begin a new year, the TSLAB panel shares their favorite endings from the classical repertoire – and tells a few fun stories along the way.
We can all agree that 2020 has been a year unlike any other! As we ring in 2021, we look back on the nuts and bolts decision the TSO has had to make while adjusting to the coronavirus epidemic, and sample some favorite moments from past episodes.
It's the day before (the day before) Christmas, and all through the house we're celebrating with our annual SymphonyLAB Christmas special! In the spirit of comraderie, we gather together (virtually, that is) for a fun slate of activities including Name That Carol (from an obscure phrase of text), and our Christmas Cookie Quiz.
Singer/Songwriter and Toledo native Crystal Bowersox joins us on the phone to talk up her live streaming Christmas concert with the Toledo Symphony. Crystal reminisces about her hometown and shares how she raises awareness of important issues through her art. We also learn some interesting CB facts – including her "favorite" Christmas song (which may not be what you think!).
We discuss the upcoming 80th anniversary production of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker and how the Toledo Ballet and symphony are adapting to the pandemic. We also pay tribute to Marie Bollinger Vogt (pictured), Toledo Ballet founder and longtime force in our cultural community, who passed away last June at the age of 99. And back by popular demand (or lack thereof), our …
We discuss the ongoing pandemic and how people are coping with the fact that their lives – both professional and personal – are in upheaval. Joining us is clinical psychotherapist Erin Wiley of The Willow Center, who offers her professional advice as both a mental health professional and a performing artist.
It's that time of year again! Taking our cue from the TSO's upcoming Christmas at the Peristyle concert, we dive into the holidays with a survey of the season, including a few of our favorite things. Find out who's been naughty and who's been nice, and check your Christmas 101 with our special Santa quiz!
Thanksgiving will undoubtedly be different for families this year, but even in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic our Toledo SymphonyLAB family finds much to be grateful for. This year we invite TSO principal flute Joel Tse to join us and share his favorite Thanksgiving foods and cooking techniques (Joel is the resident "foodie" of the symphony). We also delve …
We preview an upcoming concert from the TSO by welcoming principal clarinet Georg Klaas to the program. In addition to learning all about Georg, we delve into the history behind Mozart's use of the clarinet (Georg plays Mozart's clarinet concerto on the concert). Also, TSO Music Director Alain Trudel sheds light on Beethoven's first symphony (also on the concert), and …