Performing Arts Podcasts
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By Johnny Keatth
If you like curling up in front of a roaring fire with nice leather-bound 1st edition podcast, then join us on Literary Loitering as we explore the stranger side of culture and the arts, talk about books, find new ways to use old insults, and sometimes even have the odd quiz!
By The Geek Show Podcast Network
Join celebrity parrot trainers Dave & Jamie Womach as they use their combined 35+ years of parrot training expertise to help you discover the root of & solve your parrot's behavioral problems. All of this with one mission in mind; To save parrots, one owner at a time! Entertaining, Educational, and Inspiring!
Need expert advice on handling dance studio dilemmas and drama? Suzanne Blake Gerety and Jill Tirone take real-life questions directly from our listeners and help you resolve your toughest, most frustrating or just-plain-complicated studio life predicaments. In each episode they tackle the topics that keep you awake at night from how to successfully navigate parent-problems, teacher turnover, student challenges, policy dilemmas, and much more. Join them as they feature innovators who pull back the curtain and offer timely ideas and solutions. We also love to keep things light and have fun along the way! We’re so excited for you to join the conversation.
By Dance Studio Owner
Rhee Gold is passionate about dance education and the business of teaching dance. He is a pioneer in the field, launching the first business (and motivational) seminar for dance teachers in the mid-90s and is now the director of the DanceLife Teacher Conference and the DanceLife Retreat Center attracting hundreds of teachers and studio owners from around the world. Gold’s mission is to inspire dance people to appreciate the gift that dance offers all who experience it. He encourages teachers to be unique, make their own mark on the field and to have the confidence to follow the path that best suits their goals for success. His entrepreneurial and leadership skills have had a long-lasting impact on the dance community, he is the author of the Complete Guide to Teaching Dance, served as the publisher of Dance Studio Life magazine for 14 years and has served as the President of Dance Masters of America, the United Dance Merchants of America, the founding co-chair of UNITY and is now the Director of the International Dance Entrepreneurs Association, also known as I.D.E.A. When given the chance to “talk dance,” Rhee is all about it and that’s what this podcast is all about. We’ll crisscross everything about teaching dance from business to classroom success and we’ll definitely hit on the heart and soul of what being a dance teacher is all about.
By Rhee Gold in association with Morgan Media
Half hour broadcast shows of the best in theatre pipe organ in near-CD quality m4a 320 kbps format for listening through good quality sound systems. Both vintage and current artists are featured with mainly popular and light music composed before 1960.
By Steve Ashley
One hour podcasts of the best in theatre pipe organ in near-CD quality m4a 320 kbps format for listening through good quality sound systems. Great American and British Songbooks, Musicals, Light Orchestral and Classical Transcription music played on theatre/cinema pipe organs.
By Steve Ashley
You have to suck at something before you can be good at it. River of Suck is real-talk about struggles with confidence, self-doubt and becoming the youest you. Host Andy Reiner and guests ranging from musicians to scientists parse tough questions about maintaining a healthy attitude in the face of impossible obstacles to the tune of bespoke music.
By Andy Reiner