Performing Arts Podcasts


SAG-AFTRAJoin Now to Follow

Hosted by SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris and National Executive Director David White the podcast features in-depth interviews, industry insights and compelling stories affecting the entertainment and media industry.


The Music Educator Podcast show

The Music Educator PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Music Educator Podcast is a show hosted by violist and violinist Greg Childress for music educators and performers who dream of spending more time loving what they do and less time stressing about it. Tune in every Monday morning to hear stories from other music educators and performers that will provide you with tips, tricks, and resources to help you work smarter and not harder. Whether you are a young performer aspiring to teach or an educator who has years of experience, The Music Educator Podcast will inspire and motivate you to continue working towards your dream career.

By Greg Childress

Tori Talk w/ Catori Langley Podcast show

Tori Talk w/ Catori Langley PodcastJoin Now to Follow

I am Washingtonian through and through. I love my city and want to share with all of you exactly why that is. This web series focuses on local artist, actors, politicians, entrepreneurs, caterers etc.; you name it we got it here in Washington D.C. We all know that New York, Cali and Atlanta births amazing talent but I am here to highlight all the great things taking place in the Nations Capital. There will be some names you know and some you don’t which is what makes this show so unique. From interviews to spilling the tea on an array of topics during Tea Time with Tori this show really has something for everyone. I hope you enjoy and thank you again for tuning in!

By Catori Langley

The D Side show

The D SideJoin Now to Follow

What you think and how you feel about music, go deeper on The D Side. Email The D Side at with episode ideas and/or bands you'd like to hear on the podcast.

By David O

The Choral Contrarians show

The Choral ContrariansJoin Now to Follow

A couple of friendly conductors bantering about complex issues affecting the choral world.

By Eric Barnum and Richard Robbins

The Working Singer Podcast show

The Working Singer PodcastJoin Now to Follow

If you are a professional singer, want to know how to make singing a career, or just love stories from singers on the road, then “The Working Singer” is the show for you. On this show host Jamila Ford chats with professional singers about how they make a creative living in the music business, their life lessons, and advice to other singers. Also discussed is vocal health and technique, performance anxiety, vocal coaching and pretty much all things vocal.

By Jamila Ford

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation! show

That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!Join Now to Follow

“That’s Not Spit, It’s Condensation” is a weekly podcast with conversations and discussions about all things music. In it, we’ll peel back the layers of what makes great musicians great, hoping to inspire others to achieve their maximum potential.

By Ryan Beach

Evolve Faster with Scott Ely show

Evolve Faster with Scott ElyJoin Now to Follow

Everything is changing, yet the questions that drive us remain the same. Will humanity face the absurdity of our collective existential crisis in time? Join Scott Ely as he takes us deep into the rabbit hole with philosophical experiments to reboot your mind, psychological tales to upgrade your life and existential practices to explore your soul. Are you ready for what emerges at the intersections of fact and fiction, science and spirituality, philosophy and psychology? To Evolve Faster is to see the fact that you will die someday as an awesome challenge, instead of a source of fear. Create your reality…before it creates you. Isn’t it time for an upgrade?

By Scott Ely

歪果 · 神吐槽 We-Gossip show

歪果 · 神吐槽 We-GossipJoin Now to Follow

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By 歪果Wiggle

The Folktale Project show

The Folktale ProjectJoin Now to Follow

Folklore, fairytales, myths and legends from around the world the way they were meant to be. Brought to you every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Who says you're too old for a good story?

By Dan Scholz