Everyday Musician Podcast

49 - Angela DiBartolomeo  

In this week's episode of the Everyday Musician Podcast, I invite New England-based french horn player, Angela DiBartolomeo. We get to talk about her experience in performance, pedagogy, and arts administration. We also talk about how she's adapting as a musician in COVID-19 times. You can learn more about Angela by visiting her website at https://www.angeladibartolomeo.com/ . 

47 - Rob Duguay  

This week on the last episode of season 2 of the Everyday Musician Podcast, I invite New York-based jazz musician Rob Duguay who is the co-founder and president of a non profit organization called Jazz Generation. Their mission is to help inspire the next wave of jazz musicians and to provide paid performance opportunities to jazz professionals nationwide. Jazz Generation just announced their COVID-19 Musicians Relief Fund. You can learn more about the organization by heading to their website. Jazz Generation

Black Lives Matter  

We're proud that we have been able to talk to black musicians, and share their amazing stories on the Everyday Musician Podcast. On the podcast this week, we invite you to take a moment to listen to our previous episodes the feature black artists.

Some of these artists include: Dj Spooky Ep. 42, Jonathan Heyward Ep. 39, Cailin Marcel Manson Ep. 36, Jordyn Davis (Composetheway) Ep. 35, Kedrick Armstrong Ep. 22, Nathaniel Taylor Ep. 21, Matt Hughes Ep. 16. 

42 - Dj Spooky  

Paul Smith aka Dj Spooky comes on to the Everyday Musician Podcast with Eric Mrugala this week. Dj Spooky is a composer, multimedia artist, and author of Rhythm Science, published by MIT Press in 2004, Sound Unbound, an anthology about digital music and media, The Book of Ice, a visual and acoustic portrait of the Antarctic, and the Imaginary App, on how apps change the world. You can learn more about Dj Spooky by visiting https://www.djspooky.com.