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A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians #OffstagePod Twitter: @LPOrchestra Instagram: @londonphilharmonicorchestra Facebook: @londonphilharmonicorchestra See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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YolanDa Brown heads off to the movies with piccolo player Stewart McIlwham and violinist Kate Birchall. Stewart and Kate have played on many film soundtracks including some of the most iconic of recent decades including the Lord of the Rings trilogy. They tell YolanDa some of their tales from behind the scenes including the breakneck pace at which …
 
YolanDa Brown finds out what it’s like for some of the LPO players who have move to the UK to live and work in London. Yang moved to London from China, Nynke from the Netherlands and Hugh from Australia, so how do their diverse cultural backgrounds coalesce in the UK? They discuss issues relating to family and friends in far off countries, differen…
 
YolanDa Brown gets under the skin of one of the most popular of Rachmaninoff’s orchestral pieces, his Symphonic Dances. Together with timpanist Simon Carrington, violinist Laura Vallejo and trombone player Dave Whitehouse they open up a piece about which Rachmaninoff said “I don’t know how it happened, it must have been my last spark.” Indeed it wa…
 
YolanDa Brown talks to trumpeter Anne McAneney and violist Richard Waters about the LPO’s work in the community. Many people may assume that the LPO is focused solely on rehearsals and performances at the Royal Festival Hall in London, or on tour around the globe. But there is also a great passion amongst the players and staff for getting involved …
 
YolanDa Brown explores the world of opera with principal bass Kevin Rundell and violinist Fiona Higham. The LPO have a long association with Glyndebourne so opera is a key part of their annual calendar. But how does being a musician at the opera differ from their usual gigs at Southbank Centre? How does it feel to be playing from a pit rather than …
 
YolanDa Brown talks to Mark Vines and Pieter Schoeman about how to get on top of an inevitable (and essential) aspect of being a musician, learning how to deal with nerves. Dry mouth, the shakes, cold sweats, ‘butterflies’ in the stomach, these are all things anyone who performs in public will be able to identify with. But how do musicians learn to…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown talks to James Fountain, Minn Majoe and Gareth Newman about their paths into the music profession. From early experiences at school and in youth orchestras, to incredibly dedicated parents (6 hour round trips for lessons anyone?), this episode …
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown talks to Lasma Taimina, Andy Barclay and Mark Templeton to get the inside view on playing music by living composers. From thoughts around programming new music and the technical demands on players to anecdotes about Messiaen and his surf drum, …
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown chats to viola player David Quiggle and clarinettist Ben Mellefont about the ins and outs of practice. From tips about practice routines to thoughts around physical wellbeing, this episode is full of insights for any musician, from absolute beg…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by piccolo player Stewart McIlwham, violinist Fiona Higham and trumpet player Anne McAneney as they take a deep dive into Tchaikovsky’s 4th Symphony. Between them Stewart, Fiona and Anne have played this piece hundreds of times so the…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by flautist Sue Thomas, tuba player Lee Tsamarklis and Tours Manager Grace Ko to find out about travels with the the LPO. Touring may be on hold at the moment, but that doesn’t stop all manner of revealing insights relating to logisti…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by violinist Tom Eisner, horn player John Ryan and bassoonist Simon Estell to get inside one of the 20th centuries best-loved orchestral pieces, Sibelius’s majestic 5th symphony. Tom, John and Simon draw on their collective experience…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by harpist Rachel Masters, clarinettist Tom Watmough and horn player Martin Hobbs to discuss the working life realities of a professional musician in a world class orchestra. What exactly is a ‘normal’ day? How does practice work when…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by stage manager Laura Kitson, cellist Kristina Blaumane and bassoonist Jonathan Davies to talk about what the LPO does best - perform! Lots in store including warming up rituals, stage set ups, pre-concert superstitions and perhaps m…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown navigates her way through a tangle of technology (loads of stuff didn’t work) and manages to connect to cellist Laura Donoghue, horn player John Ryan and timpanist Simon Carrington to discuss the whys and the wherefores of orchestral layouts. F…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. YolanDa Brown is joined by oboist Alice Mundy and percussionist Keith Millar to chat about that mysterious figure at the centre of the action - the conductor. Are flamboyant gestures for the musicians or the audience? What is it like playing under a conducto…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. This third episode is all about venues and YolanDa Brown talks to violinist Tania Mazzetti and trombonist Mark Templeton to discover insights about how different acoustics can radically affect performance, as well as the best (and worst) backstage facilities…
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. In this second episode, YolanDa Brown is joined by cor anglais player Sue Böhling, double bassist Hugh Kluger and percussionist Henry Baldwin. They reveal the inner secrets of caring for their instruments (it can indeed involve cling film as well as buckets …
 
A behind the scenes all access pass to the London Philharmonic Orchestra and its musicians. In this first episode, YolanDa Brown is joined by flautist Juliette Bausor and percussionist Andy Barclay to discuss just what goes on in rehearsals. From brutal conductor takedowns to sharing intimate musical moments… Produced by Tandem Productions for the …
 
When you’re attempting to persuade, do you emphasize the positive aspects of your offering or the potential loss of not taking action? This negotiation concept is called “prospect theory,” and today’s guest is an expert. Literally. Calum Coburn is the Director and Vice President of The Negotiation Experts, a training and consulting firm that enable…
 
What The Data Says About Turning Marketing Leads Into Sales with Sammy James. Sale's is a conversation, so how can you expect to sell if that conversation never happens, or doesn’t happen fast enough? On today’s show, Brian chats with Sammy James, CEO and founder of Speak2Leads, automated lead response and follow-up tool.…
 
Having a true understanding of your target customer is the first step in building an effective marketing plan. How are they spending their time? Are they able to use the time they have to focus on their area of expertise? And do they have an interest in doing even better work? Come to think of it, we could ask these same questions of ourselves. It’…
 
People like funnels because they provide us with some sense of progress in our marketing efforts, but the marketing funnel is under attack, especially in the B2B lead generation space. Carman Pirie (@pirie) is the co-founder of Kula Partners, an agency built to help leading manufacturers digitally transform marketing and sales to deliver more leads…
 
Mobile best practices don’t really exist. Every audience is different, and Intended Consequences host Brian Massey has the tests to prove it. What works for one business doesn’t always work for others. In this episode, you’ll hear design ideas for your website’s mobile call-to-action buttons, so you can test them and discover what works. How can mo…
 
We're told terrifying things: that people have the attention span of a goldfish, that Millennials don't read, that we only have 8 seconds to make our point. No wonder we're confused about how to communicate through copy. However, the words we use to establish our value and persuade visitors to take action can be tested. Data to the rescue! Olivia R…
 
There is a ceiling on your conversion rate. It's not your price. It's not your copy. It's not your form. It's eating your website from the inside out. It's causing your SEO to atrophy. It's causing your paid search placement to drop. It's causing your visitors to bounce, and it's only getting worse as mobile traffic grows. What is the ceiling on yo…
 
For the last installment of the School Zone Radio Show Kris Knowles comes in to the studio to discuss the Memorial Field progress. Coach Ryan Knowles brings Tag Benefield, Brandon Casey and Jake Suhr to talk about the upcoming football season.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Two new head coaches at SHS join Steve to talk about the upcoming season. Karen Alsaeger is the new head coach for Volleyball and Tanner French is the New head coach for boys soccer. Steve’s daughter Fawn is in town from Southern California and updates us for the “Where are they now” segment.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Superintendent Tom Albertson introduces the Sandpoint High School Principal David Miles, II. Mr. Miles brought along his eight year old daughter Mazie who wants to be a pet store owner when she grows up.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Perky Hagadone-Smith, Principal at Northside Elementary and Marcea Marine, retired teacher from Sandpoint Middle school bring nine students in to talk about their recent trip to Costa Rico.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Coach Ryan Knowles comes in to talk about spring football and summer in the weight room. Tom Albertson, our new Superintendent comes by to talk about his history in the district and his vision for moving forward.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Lake Pend Oreille High School Science Teacher Brenda Woodward and Para-pro Sandy Lane bring eight of their students in to discuss the Youth Water Summit which came out of the Confluence Project.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
SHS Activities Director Kris Knowles, Coach Matt Brass and Coach Ryan Knowles give us a look back at Spring sports and a look forward at next year.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Perky Smith-Hagadone, Principal Northside and Marcea Marine, Sandpoint Middle School teacher are on the way back to Costa Rica. Student Tiffany Marie Brown came in to share her experience from last year’s trip. Spoiler alert! Her roommate was a lizard.Di Steve Youngdahl
 
Time is precious for overburdened marketers. On this show, we seek to understand which tools are truly valuable, and which are just giving us “interesting” insights. We install something like Hotjar on every one of our client sites when optimizing. Tools like Hotjar are a part of what I call ‘the golden age of marketing’. These tools are continuall…
 
In this episode of LPO, we’re digging into agency management - how to leverage the relationship and how to think about the relationship. You’ll hear from Garrett Mehrguth (@gmehrguth), CEO of Directive Consulting, on why regardless of the research done, the pitch meeting is a tough time for the agency. That initial agency pitch meeting brings out b…
 
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