PT98: “Learning Together: The Power of Conductors in Collaboration,” Kevin Sütterlin and Mathias Elmer on Building Sinfonietta Memphis as Co-Music Directors, Leading Effective Education Programs, and Performance Practice for Mozart and Beethoven

Today we’ve got a special episode with the conducting duo of Kevin Suetterlin and Mathias Elmer, Co-Music Directors of Sinfonietta Memphis. 

In this episode, we dive into how two conductors (and friends) can collaborate and learn together, plus how they founded the orchestra and create incredible engagement in their education programs. 

This episode also features some fascinating new information that changes how we should consider Beethoven’s Metronome Markings and the story of how Kevin got a beer named after him!

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PT97: “Take us on a Journey,” Sarah Ioannides on Cascade Conducting, Effective Collaborations, and the Power of Nature to Enhance an Experience

Today we talk with Sarah Ioannides about how she founded Cascade Conducting to share her experiences and the lessons from her conducting teachers, how to create an effective collaboration, and how creating videos to accompany Symphony Tacoma’s virtual concerts led her to a deeper appreciation of her orchestra and the music.

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End-of-Year Special 2020, with Jeremy and Luke

Tune in today for a special episode to recap 2020 on the podcast. Jeremy and Luke look at every episode we released this year and then share their top 3 of the season. Plus, fascinating stats about our download numbers and some sneak peeks into what 2021 will bring for the podcast.

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