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Angela Beeching, music career coach

Inside the Notes

Release Date: 11/09/2020

Andrew Parker, oboe show art Andrew Parker, oboe

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In this episode we are chatting with assistant professor of oboe at the Butler School of Music, Dr. Andrew Parker. He tells us stories of his journey as a young musician, choosing between piano and oboe, the experiences that helped him develop his confidence as a person and player, and learning to excel alongside performance anxiety. 

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Daniel Hege, conductor show art Daniel Hege, conductor

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In this episode, conductor Daniel Hege, discusses the defining moments in his career.  From a last minute opportunity to conduct the Baltimore Symphony on tour, to studying with Daniel Lewis, his journey has been filled with twists and turns that highlight his joyous demeanor, courageous attitude, and preparation.  Enjoy these stories from the Music Director of the Wichita Symphony.

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Rob Weir, bassoon show art Rob Weir, bassoon

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San Francisco Symphony Orchestra bassoonist, Rob Weir, chats with Inside the Notes about his career.  Touring Mahler symphonies with Michael Tilson Thomas, performing with the Saito Kinen Orchestra, and studying with Bernard Garfield are a few of the many important moments that shaped his life as a musician.  Here we discuss those experiences and hear the stories that shaped his life.

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Jennifer Montone, horn show art Jennifer Montone, horn

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Jennifer Montone, principal horn of the Philadelphia Orchestra, chats with us about life in a principal chair. She discusses mental preparation, recovering from injuries, balancing the many facets of her life, and the concerts which made a lasting impact on her. You will find her energy and passion both uplifting and inspiring!

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Christoph-Mathias Mueller, conductor show art Christoph-Mathias Mueller, conductor

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Conductor Christoph-Mathias Mueller talks passionately about reviving the works of Alexander Veprik, working closely with Claudio Abbado and Vladimir Ashkenazy, and his many experiences conducting throughout Europe.

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Craig Mumm, viola show art Craig Mumm, viola

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Craig Mumm, associate principal viola of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, shares his favorite moments from his life in the opera pit.  From inspiring singers, to working with Carlos Kleiber, we hear some of the opera's most beautiful moments.  

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Angela Beeching, music career coach show art Angela Beeching, music career coach

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In this episode, career coach Angela Beeching, discusses the importance of finding your true purpose in music.  As we grow our careers we must find a way to define exactly what our goals are, in order to reach them.  Hear stories about how her own experiences in music and higher education lead her to the path of helping others.  

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Jason Haaheim, timpani show art Jason Haaheim, timpani

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Jason Haaheim, principal timpani of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, shares his journey from Nanotechnology to the Opera pit.  His deep understanding of Deliberate Practice changed the way he prepared for performances and auditions.  Hear stories of how this style of practice broke down barriers and prepared him for life at the MET.

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Julie Landsman, horn show art Julie Landsman, horn

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Julie Landsman is a pioneer in the horn community. Her powerful tone, beautiful phrasing, and revolutionary pedagogy are just a few of her many strengths. In this episode we discuss her journey to the MET, the incredible impact her key mentors made, and her unwavering commitment to the music and her students.

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Gregory Harrington, violin show art Gregory Harrington, violin

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Gregory Harrington sat down with Inside the Notes to discuss his unique niche in the music world. From his new recording of the Philip Glass Violin Concerto No 2, to playing anthems in NFL stadiums, and arranging jazz and popular music themes for performances, he has conquered new audiences and venues.

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In this episode, career coach Angela Beeching, discusses the importance of finding your true purpose in music.  As we grow our careers we must find a way to define exactly what our goals are, in order to reach them.  Hear stories about how her own experiences in music and higher education lead her to the path of helping others.