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 Ideas at the House or Opera Box Score and many others. The oldest episode indexed by soclassiq is dated 2017-09-13. Since then, a total of 156 episodes have been recorded and broadcast by Toledo SymphonyLab.
Toledo SymphonyLab activity
With 2 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 slowing down compared to the previous period.
The last episode in Toledo SymphonyLab, "Coming Up for Air", is dated 2021-09-15. By 2020, this podcast had published 37 episodes (25 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, Toledo SymphonyLab has published an average of 3 episodes per month.
Toledo SymphonyLab in the last 36 months
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Michael Lang, Toledo Ballet's resident director/choreographer, joins us to talk about his latest creation, Coming Up for Air. A synthesis of the healing and the performing arts, Coming Up for Air is an immersive, hour-long medition set to the mesmerizing music of Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds and Frédéric Chopin. We share our own serious strategies for stress-relief (especially during the …
As we launch season five of our series, we explore the artistry of Grammy Award and MacArthur “Genius” grant winner Rhiannon Giddens, who comes to Toledo this weekend for a concert and subsequent lecture appearance. Test your Rhiannon 101 with our trivia quiz, plus hear what antics our panel was up to over the summer. Also, we discuss the TSO's …
For our last conversation of the 2020-2021 season, we look forward to what the future might bring, post-covid. Our special guest is Jeff vom Saal, Executive Director of the Spokane Symphony, who gives some insight into what his organization has been doing – and what they hope to achieve as the arts begin to open up again.
As the season (unlike any other) winds down, we give the last word to Beethoven and his Symphony No. 6, the Pastoral symphony. Also on the docket: American composer (unlike any other) George Antheil and his very pastoral Serenade for Strings. We take it a step further with our pastoral pop quiz, and – perhaps best of all – welcome …
For our Memorial Day special we welcome Jacob Joyce, Associate Conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony and guest conductor for the TSO's Patriotic Pops concert. Jacob gives some backstory to his career as a violinist and conductor, plus we take a dive into the patriotic-themed repertoire on the concert (including our unofficial analysis of "The Star-Spangled Banner" vs. "O Canada"). As …
We talk with two major artists as they prepare a triumphant return to Toledo: pianist Jon Nakamatsu and TSO Music Director Alain Trudel. Nakamatsu, Gold Medalist of the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, talks about his several appearances with the TSO and what it's like to be returning to live performance after the 15-month hiatus imposed by the pandemic. …
We celebrate TSLAB's 150th episode with a walk through memory lane (featuring contributions from "Dr." Lea Salonga and "Quizmaster" Erin Moran Wiley). Also, guest panelist Michael Lang from Toledo Ballet shares the scoop on his latest creation with the Toledo Symphony, Dancing Fairy Tales. And speaking of fairy tales, can you "pin the tale on the moral"? Find out with …
What do young budding musicians and Beethoven have in common? Well for one thing, they're both covered by this podcast. Special guest Rachel Schultz, TAPA Director of Education and Community Engagement, briefs us on the TSO Chamber Spotlight program featuring Young Artist Competition winners, and we take a deep dive (once more) into Beethoven as part of the TSO's modified …
We welcome special guest Mike Deetsch, Senior Director of Learning and Interpretation at the Toledo Museum of Art, as we delve into the TSO's Art & Music Collide program. TMA's new exhibit Rare and Wondrous: Birds in Art and Culture 1620-1820 informs the music on the program, and provides the inspiration for our discussion. Think you know your birds? Test …
The works of William Shakespeare as interpreted through readings, music, and dance in Toledo Ballet's program Moving Soliloquies. Choreographer Michael Lang stops by to fill us in on this engaging and original program, which takes us on a unique journey of Shakespeare’s famous speech “All the world’s a stage” performed by Jaques in As You Like It. Immerse yourself in …