ETV 17 - The Life of a Conservatory Student with Julia McLean  

On ETV 17, I get to talk to Julia McLean about her transition from a liberal arts college to conservatory, she is a graduate student at The Juilliard School in New York. In the ETV News, music directors from two major orchestras will be stepping down, and we celebrate the birthday of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. ETV 17 is brought to you by Airbnb. Click here to get $40 off your first reservation of $75 or more! 

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ETV 16 - Bringing Visual Art to Mozart's Requiem   

This week on the podcast I have Matt Hughes, an artist in collaboration with Ethereal Visions Publishing LLC providing a take on Mozart's famous Requiem in a visual form. This is the first visual artist I have on the podcast that combines art with music. They're in need of your help with their Kickstarter Campaign and they need an additional boost for the remaining days! Please considering contributing to this important cause. Here is the link to donate, click here! . Also in the ETV News, a cellist gets his strings taken away from airport security, the Milwaukee Symphony announces its new conductor, and Fanny Mendelssohn gets the recognition she deserves in a recent BBC article. Click here for the article. 

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ETV 14 - Creating A String Revolution with 2Birds Band  

This week on the ETV Podcast, I talk to members of 2Birds Band. Their classically trained background laid a foundation for them to explore and combine genres outside of classical music. You can visit their website at www.2birdsband.com, and buy their album on Bandcamp https://2birdsband.bandcamp.com. In the ETV News, Las Vegas Philharmonic does outreach for students and elephants like the piano, click here to see the article. 

 

Tickets are still available for the Chicago Chamber Music Project. Tickets are on Eventbrite, click on this link to be redirected: bit.ly/chambermusicevent2018

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ETV 13 - Rocking the Arts Administration Game with John Helyar  

This week on the ETV Podcast, John Helyar comes on to the podcast to talk about how he's rocking it as an arts administrator. In the ETV News, BSO challenges LA Phil to the best theme song, click here to watch! Tickets are still available for the Chicago Chamber Music Project on November 16th. Click here for tickets: bit.ly/chambermusicevent2018

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ETV 12 - The rise of video game music with Videri String Quartet  

This week on the podcast, Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra is in the news, we celebrate Verdi's 205th birthday, and we talk video game music with Videri String Quartet. You can find what they're up to online at www.viderisq.com and on Instagram @videristringquartet. Tickets are STILL AVAILABLE for our concert in Chicago. Click here to get your seat for November 16th! 

ETV 11 - Chicago Tour Announcement   

This week on the ETV Podcast with Eric the violinist, Eric takes a break from the interview rounds. He introduces a new segment called ETV News and gives away a promotion code for his upcoming chamber music project in Chicago, IL on November 16th, 2018. The link for tickets is here: http://bit.ly/chambermusicevent2018 and by using the code: chambermusic10, the first 25 people get to claim a 10% discount! 

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ETV 9 - Achieving a diverse career through hard work with Joenne Dumitrascu  

This week on the ETV Podcast, I interview my colleague Joenne Dumitrascu. She's a violinist on an international scale and she explains how her road to a stable and active career was due to hard work, and dedication to the music she's performing. You can follow Joenne on Instagram at @joenne_dumitrascu, Twitter @jdumitrascu, and on her website at www.joennedumitrascu.com. 

ETV 8 - How to be an Alexander Technique Guru with Sara Cook  

Cellist and certified Alexander Technique expert Sara Cook joins me on the ETV Podcast. We talk about how to prevent injuries and discuss her quick tips that you can use right now to be more aware of your body while we play our instruments. You can find Sara on www.saragcook.com. Check her out on YouTube by clicking here