Episode 18: Performance Psychology with Noa Kageyama
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
4M ago
Noa Kageyama's (MM, PhD) blog Bulletproof Musician has been essential reading for a lot of us since it began. It was such a treat to sit down and chat with Noa about how he got started, studying with Shinichi Suzuki, challenging the Gladwellification of performance psychology data, and so much more. Find his blog here: https://bulletproofmusician.com/start-here/ You can enroll in courses (live cohorts and asynchronous learning) here: https://bulletproofmusician.com/courses ..read more
Visit website
Episode 17: Ailbhe McDonagh and Katie Tertell
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
7M ago
Listen to this episode to hear Emily become an immediate and fervent fangirl of the two women behind PopperEtudes.com. Katie Tertell and Ailbhe McDonagh's insightful, fun, and helpful video tutorials for each of the 40 studies comprising Popper's High School are available now! Highly, highly recommended. Useful links: Popper Tutorials! http://PopperEtudes.com Katie's Website: http://KatieTertell.com Ailbhe's Website: http://AilbheMcDonagh.com Appalachian Chamber Music Festival: https://www.appalachianchamber.org/ Content warning: some light swearing and an unfortunate but impossible to edit ou ..read more
Visit website
Episode 16: John Hanifin
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
8M ago
John Hanifin is an old soul with a new album, called Clean House. Come eavesdrop on our conversation about formative experiences, cello philosophy, and general music nerdery. John's Website: http://johnhanifin.com Clean House on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/20hbg4XG3zdWlEf8Xx75vl Listen to Clean House and collabs on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/john-hanifin/1576046652 Today's episode is sponsored by The Cello Sherpa podcast. Seriously, one of the best podcasts out there. https://www.thecellosherpa.com ..read more
Visit website
Episode 15: More Chats with Adult Learners: Karen Brasch
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
9M ago
This episode, I chat with pioneering Navy pilot and aspiring cellist Karen Brasch. Audio note: I am working on sound dampening in the new house! I understand that it sounds like a cave- thank you for your patience ..read more
Visit website
Episode 14: Chatting with Adult Learners, part 1
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
10M ago
I'm joined by two wonderful adult learners today to talk about life, learning, and their journeys with the cello. Today's episode is sponsored by Benjamin Whitcomb's new series of books exploring chords and their function for violin and cello. Check them out here! https://bookshop.org/contributors/benjamin-whitcomb Tamarack Arts summer programs here! http://tamarackarts.org/enroll ..read more
Visit website
Episode 13: Meet Lovely Cellist Ragnhild Eskeland Wesenberg
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
1y ago
Last week, I had the chance to talk to a wonderful emerging cellist in Sweden, Ragnhild Wesenberg. I feel like she’s a bit of a hidden treasure: certainly not the most famous cellist on the internet, but one of the most thoughtful, original, and interesting. Listen to our conversation and when people mention her in a few years, you can say, “Oh yeah, I knew about her in 2022”. Ragnhild Eskeland Wesenberg resources! Website: https://www.ragnhildwesenberg.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063680665678 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/celloragnhild/ Contact: ragnhild@w ..read more
Visit website
Episode 12: Shop talk with Eric Sheaffer
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
1y ago
My friend and colleague Eric Sheaffer comes on to chat about his journey on the instrument and all things teaching, learning, and playing. Eric had an early start at music but got serious about the cello at what some would consider to be a "late" age. Now a thriving performer, he is proof yet again that there are lots of ways to make music the focus of your life. Link to the transposed Bach 4th Suite: https://yuriyleonovich.com/blogs/musings/posts/hommage-to-gaspar-cassado Tamarack Arts: http://www.tamarackarts.org ..read more
Visit website
Episode 11: Composing Curious with Thom Limbert
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
1y ago
Thom Limbert is a composer and professor at Sonoma State University in California, and today we're talking all about entry points to writing music. It's never too late or early in your musical journey to start gathering the tools you need to progress. Links: Anna Meredith on Ableton Live: https://www.ableton.com/en/blog/anna-meredith-shape-music/ Thom's faculty page on Sonoma State:https://music.sonoma.edu/faculty-staff/dr-thomas-limbert Paul Berliner: Mbira Platform: http://mbiraplatform.org ..read more
Visit website
Episode 10: DAS UBER episode with Denis Jiron
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
2y ago
My old friend and CSUN compatriot Denis Jiron talks candidly about the ups and downs of being a professional musician. With humility, soul, and humor, he shares his story, from the highest highs (this man played regularly with the LA Phil) to some difficult lows (Bells palsy and unsupportive colleagues). We hope you enjoy this conversation and take away from all of this that nothing is final. Your victory or your defeat. The only thing that is certain is that life goes on, and that we must find a way to do so with as much joy as possible. So grateful for the time he took to offer his insight a ..read more
Visit website
Episode 9: Trauma Informed Teaching with Emily Ann Peterson
The Lonely Cello Podcast
by Emily Wright
2y ago
A conversation between two trauma survivors who decided to learn as much as possible about the way it changes us and the way we see the world. Best selling author Emily Ann Peterson's School of Bravery consultancy is devoted to freeing tender folks from the traps trauma sets and empowers them to take charge and thrive. I love this woman so much, and I'm thrilled she shared this time with my listeners. So so much good info here: https://www.schoolofbravery.com/resources Donate to Tamarack Arts here: https://www.tamarackarts.org/giving ..read more
Visit website

Follow The Lonely Cello Podcast on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR