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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Options so that you can pay Twitter to be their product. So, so, so dumb. Wait a minute, So do that. What is getting tipped? They would introduce a tipping system. Which you pay people you follow for exclusive content, But then you could also do a trade subscription options. This is as a way only fans on Twitter kind of changes things. They're looking at all these different options so that They don't have to depend much on ad revenue. It's evil brilliance, because if I pay Tony a dollar a month and Twitter takes 25 cents That's millions of dollars one of the guys and figure that out. But wait one plus invited Tony $1 month and they take 25 cents. Well, Tony has 300 million followers. That's where the money I just think it's crazy, too. Yeah. I mean, I saw someone Tweet earlier today. It's not my original thought, but I really laughed. When I saw it. You're paying them to be their product like they are using your data. They're selling you So now they're making you pay for the privilege. What it has struggled with making money. It was like You know, it's always put up there with Facebook, and it's doing well now, but for years They didn't really make that They were kind of like this seriously, exam or the Tesla like they were this big. Popular. You know, did well in the stock market but didn't actually produce much of a bottom line. Because there's not the ads on Twitter aren't very prominent. You know, there's not a whole lot of theirs, not ad space in your you know on this, you know all over the place like there is another social media. Channels. So, yeah, I think that they are just always looking for a way to make money because they don't make this much money. I think people realized one more story here before we go to break. Seems like there is a subscription service for everything lately now, including the New York Philharmonic, they've launched an on demand streaming service for 4 99 a month before they do, they just stream concerts for you. I don't I don't hate it either. I just think it's so funny that there's I mean everything's going to have how long until you just buy. Your TV by the channel. It's coming. We've talked about them forever. You know, they can do it. You pay for the channels you want. Would it change your watching if you paid by the minute like something is nominal. Wait a minute, like for use him like a fraction of a cent. Like if I give Tony a dollar and they take 25.

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NY Philharmonic musicians agree to 4 years of wage cuts

Paul Murnane

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

NY Philharmonic musicians agree to 4 years of wage cuts

"Musicians with the New York Philharmonic have agreed to four years of wage cuts. Now, the orchestra says the workers have signed a new contract, initially cutting minimum pay scales by 25%. That brings a figure to about 2200 bucks a week. Wages will slowly return to normal and there will be bonuses if the Philharmonic exceeds financial projections. All performances have been canceled since March.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Traffic Safety Administration is investigating fires that have erupted in an electric car correspondent Jeff Gilbert has more on the probe into Chevy Bolt. This comes after three complaints of fires in 2017 through 20 model year bolts. All of them started under the rear seat. While the vehicle was unattended. One person was treated for smoke inhalation. G M's cooperating in the investigation, which appears focused on the battery compartment. The probe covers nearly 78,000 bolt made by General Motors between 2017. And 2020 President Trump Supreme Court nominee dodged questions by Democrats and was embraced by Republicans during her confirmation hearings today. Democrat any club Bashar asked Judge Amy Konate Barrett about the upcoming case that could invalidate the affordable care act. You think we should take the president at his word? When he says his nominee will do the right thing and overturn the affordable care act. Senator Klobuchar. I can't really speak to what the president has said on Twitter. He hasn't said any event to me. Republican chair Lindsey Graham said he hopes parrots confirmation creates a space in the court for conservative women, but I want the American people to know I think it's okay. To be religiously conservative. I think it's okay to be personally pro choice. I think it's okay to live your life in a traditional Catholic fashion. You still be qualified with Supreme Court Judge Barrett later apologized during the hearings. After referring to sexual orientation as sexual preference, she said, I certainly didn't mean and would never mean to use a term that would cause any offence. To the LGBTQ community. Wednesday's Times 7 49, the U. S. Supreme Court has granted the Trump administration's request to prevent the senses from continuing until the end of this month due to the pandemic. The administration argued that the Headcount needed to end immediately said the U. S. Census Bureau had enough time to crunch the numbers. A coalition ofthe local governments and civil rights groups had sued the administration, arguing that minorities and others and hard to count communities would be missed. If the count ended early A judge in Michigan has denied bond to three of the five Michigan men accused of plotting to kidnap the governor. The judge will rule on the other two later. And it wasn't just one Democratic governor correspondent Aaron Carter Ski has more on the suspected domestic terrorists. Same group charged with attempting to take Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer hostage also talked about kidnapping Virginia governor Ralph Northam, prosecutors said, allegedly because they did not agree with nor thumbs Covad 19 restrictions. Prosecutors mentioned it to bolster their push to have the men held without bail. Prosecutors describe training sessions in preparation for a potential attack in Michigan with guns and explosives and said one discussion involves putting Governor Wittmer on a boat and leaving her in the middle of Lake Michigan. And an FBI agent who testified during today's hearing in Michigan said members of anti government groups from multiple states attended the meeting to plot the attacks wins news time 7 50, another New York cultural institution, takes a pandemic hit The New York Philharmonic says it's canceling all of its concerts through June. The Philharmonic will miss an entire season for the first time and it's 178 year history. The Philharmonic president said cancellations caused by the Corona virus pandemic have caused $10 million in ticket losses for this season. And another 20 million for next wins news time. 7 51 time for traffic.

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New York Philharmonic cancels entire 2020-21 season

Richard Eeds

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

New York Philharmonic cancels entire 2020-21 season

"The New York Philharmonic is canceling concerts through June 13th of next year. Lisa G. Reports the orchestra had previously said concerts through January, 5th would not take place. But this news makes it the first time in the orchestra's 178 year. History of the New York Philharmonic is cancelled its entire season. Meantime, the New York Phil bandwagon where musicians play in pop up chamber concerts throughout the city. Will return in the spring

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:24 min | 7 months ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Written for the New York Philharmonic by my guest, Julia Wolf. On this edition of new Sounds. And That is movement. Three protest from Julia Wolf's piece called Fire in my Mouth. Yup..

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Leon Fleisher: Pianist who battled hand condition dies at 92

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Leon Fleisher: Pianist who battled hand condition dies at 92

"Most celebrated pianist Leon Fleisher, has died. He was 92. NPR's Tom Hi Zinger reports that Fleischer's resource will come career spanned more than seven decades. And for much of it, the Penis played on Lee with his left hand land. Fleischer was a child prodigy. He gave his first recital at age eight, debuted at Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic at 16 and released a string of acclaimed albums beginning when he was in his twenties. But it was all over at age 36 when he suddenly lost control over his right hand, Fleischer considered suicide. The only way out of that funk was to realise that music was certainly more than two handed piano playing Leon Fleisher reinvented himself as as a a a left left left handed handed handed player, player, player, a a a teacher teacher teacher and and and a a a conductor. conductor. conductor. Eventually, Eventually, Eventually, after after after treatment, treatment, treatment, he he he resumed resumed resumed playing playing playing with with with both both both hands. hands. hands. He He He was was was awarded awarded awarded a a a Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Center Center Center honor honor honor in in in 2007. 2007. 2007. Tom Tom Tom Hi Zinka. NPR news.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Before I drive home probably okay I opened the window to stay alert probably okay step out of the car please I probably made a mistake probably okay isn't okay when it comes to drinking and driving if you see a warning sign to stop and call a cab a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving a message brought to you by nets and the ad council on the C. B. S. news weekend roundup and Alison Keyes cultural venues have been struggling amid the corona virus pandemic and the New York Philharmonic this week announced it's cancelling its entire fall season chief executive Deborah Borda says it's tough just a moment of profound sadness and even desolation worry tremendous worry for musicians I mean their life is making music for people and they are completely cut loose from that also I know how much music means in people's lives and I know how great our New York Philharmonic audiences are so it was one of those moments that was just a terrible terrible down but you know what you pull yourself together when you hit that bottom and you think what are we going to do to move ahead and think about how we can get music into people's lives I know that you have said that this is a marathon and you're going to try and find some way to do some kinds of performances because there must be a live music what what are you thinking might work for that when this all happened didn't you know when our last concert took place on March tenth we were also naive will be back in a couple of weeks we thought so misprint you know you're doing everything you possibly can and this is going to go on for a lot longer so first of all our goal is to get the entire orchestra back on the stage clean what people want symphonic music by the New York Philharmonic so we were thinking are there ways that we could play smaller concerts.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Alison Keyes cultural venues have been struggling amid the corona virus pandemic and the New York Philharmonic this week announced it's cancelling its entire fall season chief executive Deborah Borda says it's tough just a moment of profound sadness and even desolation worry tremendous worry for musicians I mean their life is making music for people and they are completely cut loose from that also I know how much music means in people's lives and I know how great our New York Philharmonic audiences are so it was one of those moments that was just a terrible terrible down but you know what you pull yourself together when you hit that bottom and you think what are we going to do to move ahead and think about how we can get music into people's lives I know that you have said that this is a marathon and you're going to try and find some way to do some kinds of performances because there must be a live music what what are you thinking might work for that when this all happened didn't you know when our last concert took place on March tenth we were also not evil will be back in a couple of weeks we thought so the sprint you know you're doing everything you possibly can and this is gonna go on for a lot longer so first of all our goal is to get the entire orchestra back on the stage clean what people want symphonic music by the New York Philharmonic so we were thinking are.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KNSS

"Her flute accompanied by the New York Philharmonic Taylor swift told grad she missed her graduation to Justin Timberlake fiance and the Obamas all contributed to the live stream speech Tracy Ellis Ross Kelly Rowland Shonda Rhimes and Janelle mon e's recited Maya Angelou's still I rise poem Chloe and Halle schon Mendez and Katy Perry all performed as well I say lay and that's our top thirty the ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS hi Dave Wilson one day after announcing it is for allowing almost nine hundred workers spirit aerosystems says it's getting eighty million dollars from the federal government the company says the department of defense allocated eighty million dollars to spirit to expand domestic production capability for advanced tooling composite fabrication and metallic fabrication spirits as the funds are part of the national response to cold in nineteen in support of the defense industrial base a company spokesperson says spirit will use the money to build tooling fabricate composite parts and machine complex metallic parts at its Wichita plant president trump is expected to announce action to combat police brutality the president is planning on taking some kind of executive action probably in the form of an executive order that will be taken at the department of justice on the legislative front it is possible that there could be some crossover with white house Democrats are discussing like banning choke hold an independent investigation process for police complaints but the president opposes the signature democratic proposal to eliminate what's known as qualified immunity which protects police officers whose actions do not violate the law or constitutional rights that sponsors John Roberts reporting it'll be sunny this afternoon high near ninety fair in eighty four now for the latest local news visit K. and SS radio dot com with the news update from ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS I'm Dave Wilson Glenn Beck of course Lauer's out there saying he didn't do these things you know you've got trouble for you try to defend itself that's understandable wrote it fairly somebody who's been really important on this hand he is also the guy who tried to leverage that credibility to get Brett Kavanaugh thrown off the Supreme Court people forget that he was the guy giving credence to some of the more out there Avenatti level people and all the crazy for in sort of accusations against Kavanagh he was the guy who really push that into the mainstream of Glenn Beck program back mornings at nine ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS this is Wichita's number one talk ninety seven and thirteen thirty KM SS the Rush Limbaugh show eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two by the way if you if you got on your knees before anybody today anybody take any yet today I'm just checking if you apologize today I'm just making sure by the way I drew Brees now holds the NFL record for apologies so he's in even in the offseason during the pandemic he's racking up records he's now apologize to the point where no one can even catch up to him no matter how what you want to be you'll never catch up to drew he came out with a bold statement and that's not enough I want to get back to this leftist hypocrisy and not that I want to dig up an old KKK member that was glorified by Bill Clinton and you let guys by Barack Obama and it was a mentor for Hillary but I'm going to because I was listening to the forty year old R. Angela from CNN okay and I listen to some of these people you see the senatorial some people are in their thirties late twenties or millenniums and millennials in their in their forties and stuff and they make these comments they write an editorial as if they are living in nineteen oh two and I just go back and I just wanted to confirm it before I said it did you know that Barack Obama delivered the eulogy for senator Robert Byrd a former KKK member in the south a lot I don't know if people knew that or not but so I want you to look at the difference here he was a member of the KKK he was a member of a wing all radical leftist Democrat party wing that would go down and scare black people newly freed black Americans scare them and terrorize them that's what terrorism is terrorized them into voting for whom they said were not voting for those damn Republicans because it was the Republican Party that played the role in freeing slaves when you think about that and then you see all the things that are named after him yet the first black president of the United States of America gave the eulogy for a guy that was a member of the KKK now that sets the stage for so where are these millennials and these Gen x.'ers and all the other terminology where are they coming up with some of this garbage how could someone say George Washington didn't protect my freedom well first of all you were born during the Clinton administration or the the bush administration or whatever many people are commenting and they they were they've only been around for thirty or forty years but when you think about that a former KKK member yet people want to run around and they want to tear down statues of George Washington and they want to deface Abraham Lincoln in England for goodness sake you know England has enough problems you would think they would leave a statue.

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Musicians' Week - Morning Interviews

Chompers

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Musicians' Week - Morning Interviews

"Hi My name is Rebecca Young. Play Yola with the New York Philharmonic and I am the host of the New York Philharmonic's very young people's concerts. My favorite thing about being a musician is I get to run around the stage. Sometimes I tapped and sometimes I saying I do all kinds of silly things and it's just a whole lot of fun hi. My name is Audrey Z. White sides I play guitar and Bass what I like about being a musician. Is it and bring people together. You can really make a lot of new friends through music. My name is Daoud Tyler in and I play in the band's bad moves and art sorority. What I like about being a musician is it's a great way to make friends especially if you've just moved or changed schools and you're kind of a new kid in town. One thing musicians always need is other people to play with my name is Diana. Oh I am a singer. I read a lot of songs. Sometimes the inspiration headset for the morning and I shoot up away and I get it all out of me and it usually starts with malady and then by the Bing Bada. Boom a song is born. My name is sambo gala. I travel all over the country playing keyboard in the pay for a musical called Hamilton. Being a musician in the pit. Orchestras really fun. Because it's all about working together with their bandmates and the pay and with the actors on stage to tell an important story. My name is Johnny and from Africa. Senator Amid Jim based SABA duck in drums. Teach him can speak to talk to everybody jeopardy now. Everybody learned my name. Is Jack Mitchell? I play piano and write songs for the story. Pirates podcast I love being a musician because no matter where we live how old we are or what language we speak. Music brings us all together and the best part is that. There's no limit the amount of music that can exist in the world. So let's start making some more

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We live in a small world.

Hacking Your Leadership

05:19 min | 11 months ago

We live in a small world.

"Yesterday. We published our guest series episode with a Law Hawkins. I'm looking forward to sitting down with him for a full interview shortly but I want to call attention to something. Specific he said in his guests series yesterday was going to read it to you. But I thought it'd be easy to just play it about a forty five second clip. So I'll put that free now when I first met Don. I was an eight year old kid from Queens with a couple of years violin lessons under my belt whereas done was in his late thirties and was a violinist for the New York Philharmonic. Which is one of the best orchestras in the world. Don could have had quite the ego and quite the contrary don treated me with a level of respect that I had never experienced frankly from any other adult ever at the time when I came to his Manhattan Studio every Thursday afternoon for my violin. Lesson Don made me feel like I was the most important person in the world. He always listened to what I had to say as we progressed. Pete start to ask for my feedback on what direction I wanted to go into. What type of music I wanted to play with Don. I felt like my opinions were really valued pretty cool right. Definitely check out the whole episode. If you haven't already I'm going to come back to why this part stuck with me a minute. The first one was story about a CO worker. I had at my very first job. I worked at a grocery store bagging groceries and pushing shopping carts when I was a teenager. There was a manager. There who wasn't well liked. He did his job fine but he didn't have a great personality and he definitely didn't endear himself to any of the line level employees one day one of the cashiers with whom. I was friends. Decided he'd had enough he'd been looking for another job and he finally found one that would let him leave. He pulled me aside and told me he was going to tell her manager how he really felt and then quit. I was seventeen while I wouldn't have the guts to do that myself. Party was kind of excited to see it happen. So that's what he did. He didn't throw a Tantrum or start cursing but he did raises voice and he was very clear in front of several employees and customers about all the personality shortcomings. This manager had and while his words weren't incorrect his actions definitely weren't appropriate but he clocked out took off his apron and walked out of the store. I saw him a few months later and asked him how the new job was going. He never got to start. Apparently one of the managers at the new place was actually a former coworker of the bad manager. And they still talk sometimes since we were teenagers. I'm sure he's able to leave his past behind eventually but I know he probably regretted his actions that day too. I've given leadership development training to literally thousands of employees over the years and one of the things I make sure to land with. All of them is just how small this big role really is and how. It's literally never a good idea to intentionally set fire to bridges back to a launch clip. It might be obvious to anyone older than their teens. That it's not a great idea to tell a boss off before leaving a company but what's less obvious to many so often the tables turn in a relationship how often employ becomes leader and leader becomes employees. How often violin student becomes violent master and moves past his or her instructors professionally and this is why a long story of his violin. Teacher is so important. Every day we encounter people both in real life and increasingly virtually and we make decisions and how we treat those people how we accept them and we assign value to what they bring into our lives and while we typically aren't mean to anyone. Our level of engagement and responsiveness and likeliness to help is influenced by how we view these people in relation to our own standing how they can positively impact our lives. But they're all assumptions. If you're unlinked in think about how you'd react to seeing a message in your inbox from a recruiter at a competing company asking us. You're open to a chat now. Consider how you'd react if the message was from a person you've never met before pitching service they offer the primary difference between them is that one of them has something you want and the other doesn't if you really think about it. That's it assuming both messages were well written personalized and respectful. There's really not much else separating the two but I'll be the first one to admit too often ignoring leading the solicitation message while pining over the recruiter message investing significant time crafting. My reply is it mean to ignore and delete the other message. It's certainly not tell your boss mean and the person likely sent hundreds of the same message to other people and they likely assume they won't hear back from the vast majority but it's not kind either. It's not how we'd want to be treated if the shoe on the other foot and the shoe often switches to the other foot the average person between twenty two and forty five changes companies every three and a half years but hardly ever switches industries that means millions of people shuffle around every year working alongside you this year working for a competitor next year and relationships are accumulated just because you no longer work directly with the person doesn't mean they don't have opinions on what kind of person you are alongs. Violin teacher made such an impression on him. Just by the way treated him that several decades later he became the answer to a random podcasters question of who has been the most impactful leader in your life and why I'm sure other violin. Teachers would have been great at teaching violent too. But that's not what stuck. What stuck was how he was made to feel by this person who validated him. Who treated him with the utmost kindness even though he didn't have to as you go through your days. And you encounter people in Your Life Dr. the Grub delivery guy a salesperson on Lincoln or a violent teacher

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To sixty four thousand was this time for forty eight the New York Philarmonic is getting a new concert hall at Lincoln center but there will be fewer seats for the public Deborah Borda the president and CEO of the New York Philharmonic tells us that's actually a good thing the most important part of any holiday how does it sound and what is the experience and what we are doing is completely changing the experience of the hall with taking out five hundred seats in addition to that these were the least expensive seats so we have been very careful calculations to know that this is up to work for us financially most of the seats being eliminated are in the third tier although ten orchestra rows are also on the way out to Geffen halls reconstruction is slated for completion by March of twenty twenty four will cost a half billion dollars the Philarmonic will move a large chunk of its twenty twenty three season to Carnegie Hall and the mostly Mozart festival will shift to other Lincoln center venues during the rehab project Wednesday's time for forty nine a man who apparently jumped from a Brooklyn a building in a bid to to save his life has died the building went up in flames other people's work other people were injured in the blaze in east flat but it's a three story building along no street Avenue east Flatbush with retail space on the first floor and apartments on the upper two apartments that are now got it one person died jumping out of windows seven others were hurt Patrick works at the barber shop next door and knows the man who didn't make it I shopped all movies shocked.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And of course this is the school's Emmanuel Christian school is the school where Mrs pence teachers. that was of course a scandal which she would teach at the school but I believe has a a negative view of a homosexual behavior. and there she is this is part of such a hate world. what the gay vote will be for Donald Trump does anybody that's never says there's a. we know the black vote we know the Hispanic vote white folk female vote Jewish vote on love that Jellico vote for the winner of the gay vote I think so. what are people going to do when they an exit poll. are you gay. Hey so I don't I guess doesn't work. but there are more than a few gays who will vote for Donald Trump. this is the guy ever even ordered a word event to proceed to to gaze I don't think it's ever. I think he thinks about it I think he thinks about racism. it doesn't register on a scale. that's the irony of all of this. they lie and the this little girl if she's not punished and she won't be she will people. on the left lies they never get punished I don't care if they're twelve rather thirty two doesn't matter. turned out to be a hoax before I get a chance to even report on it it's already comes out as a hoax so I don't even bother reporting. why was a national news anyway why even if it happened why was it national news. because the media the lying despicable despicable media. these the soul crushing media of America wants to crush the soul of America that's why they reported this this was unworthy even in the beginning it was not worthy of any national attention. even if it happened. U. frogs you soul crushing disgusting crowd to be a member of the American media is a shame at this time to understand it is a shame. a profession that once had dignity is disgraced because everything the left touches it ruins get it folks. I tell you the one about the New York Philharmonic I told about the Philadelphia or districts I follow classical music of Italy. the Philadelphia Orchestra I wrote about. when they had a piece wears a black kid performs and then Kerr and shouts out the F. word. it's a limit that's a concert piece has the F. word. and the audience applauds of course. so the the latest is this is the two I think it's a two hundred fiftieth anniversary of Beethoven's birth that possibility here I would make sense. early eighteen hundred right. yeah you never know maybe even later maybe earlier yeah yeah yeah he wrote in the early yeah yeah that's right about two hundred to two hundred anniversary. of Beethoven's twenty fifth anniversary of his birth. and The New York Times reporter rip who who's the fool the veil of the chief classical. guy I told you about him. before looking to repeat anyway he he writes. one that they're having all my god the just constant Beethoven concerts. but the New York Philharmonic. has has contracted. sixteen female composers for new works. that's what in honor of Beethoven's two fifty they're not going to be bothered by Beethoven. they're gonna have it's it's so it's unbelievable to me. you mean so until now until this if a woman wrote a great symphony it was not performed because a woman wrote it. I'm sure they'll be sixteen awesome work by the way faith that sixteen new ones from men I'm sure they would be junk..

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They lie and the this little girl if she's not punished and she won't be she will be published. on the left lies they never get punished other care for their twelve or their their eighty two doesn't matter. turned out to be a hoax before I get a chance to even report on it it's already comes out as a hoax so I don't even bother reporting. why was a national news anyway why even if it happened why was it national news. because the media the lying despicable despicable media. thanks the soul crushing media of America wants to crush the soul of America that's why they reported this this was unworthy even in the beginning it was not worthy of any national attention. even if it happened. U. frogs use soul crushing disgusting crowd to be a member of the American media is a shame at this time do you understand it is a shame. a profession that once had dignity is disgraced because everything the left touches it ruins get it folks. but tell you the one about the New York Philharmonic I told about Philadelphia or districts I follow classical music avidly. the Philadelphia Orchestra I wrote about. when they had a piece wears a black kid performs and then Kerr and shouts out the F. word. to admit that the concert piece has the F. word. and the the audience applauds of course. so the the latest is this is the two I think it's a two hundred fiftieth anniversary of Beethoven's birth sep possibility here I will make sense. early eighteen hundred drive. yeah you never know maybe even later maybe earlier yeah yeah yeah he wrote in the early yeah that's right about two hundred to two hundred anniversary. of Beethoven's toward fiftieth anniversary of his birth. and The New York Times reporter rip who who's the fool the other chief classical. guy I told you about him. before looking to repeat anyway he he writes. that they're having all my god the just constant Beethoven concerts. but the New York Philharmonic. has has contracted. sixteen female composers for new works. that's what the owner of Beethoven's two fifty they're not going to be bothered by Beethoven. they're gonna have it's it's so it's unbelievable to me. you mean so until now until this if a woman wrote a great symphony it was not performed because a woman wrote it. I'm sure they'll be sixteen awesome work by the way faith that sixteen new ones from men I'm sure they would be junk..

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The New York Philharmonic. on that note we head over to traffic at the latest with George rounds will start with an update from interstate six eighty Anderson old grade where sadly we after report the two right lanes no confirmation yet that they've been re opened at Vargas they've been closed since the two o'clock hour this morning when we had a truck who's a tanker truck whose tanks were ruptured wanted to say I hit another vehicle and ended up a hazmat situation on the roadway all northbound lanes were shut down during and after the morning commute but now it's the two right lanes that remain closed sadly we are still backed up all the way to Washington Boulevard this report by the way is brought to you by the W. W. E. commute getting under way on the Nimitz through Union City north bound and through Hayward on eight eighty past the ninety two interchange and will check the ride through San Francisco with Kim Vestal at KCBS incipio well I'm looking at a lovely ride across the bay bridge of both directions a little bit of a challenge getting to the lower deck if you're headed out of the city S. C. break lights just after Cesar Chavez and it looks like fender Bender just coming in north down when I went to south of silver no lanes blocked there and no back up at the toll plaza no metering lights to deal with UBS limit into downtown. W. W. E. invade San Francisco at the new chase center with two back to back events first it's Monday night raw on September twenty third then it's SmackDown live on Tuesday September twenty fourth here's your chance to see all your favorite WWE superstars tickets at Ticketmaster dot com next update one forty eight traffic leader KCBS. the CBS weather forecast it is a lovely one lots of sunshine blue skies clean available rain this.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KNSS

"Language, culture. And here he is author of stop massive Steria, Michael Savage. We sure set off a ward storm yesterday on the Savage Nation evil, stab apparently, my flawless logic reached even the most hardened leftists. Apparently, they all listened to the Savage Nation while not commenting on me directly. They make believe I don't exist. But all of a sudden yesterday, I exist six bestselling books in a row, including stop mass hysteria. Not one mentioned by Newsweek, New York magazine. New York magazine. Newsweek, the guardian. Let's see what else governing dot com. News australia. Let's see what else the Daily Beast bustle. All these places didn't know existed didn't know about my latest best selling book. But all of a sudden they've got the headlines mail bombs are false flag to distract from hordes of illegal aliens claim conservative commentators. So Newsweek, which I think sold for one dollar to leftist a few years ago. Says Michael Savage, the conservative host of radio show Savage Nation, which has an audience of millions every week claimed quote, there was a high probability that the whole thing had been set up as a false flag to gain sympathy for the Democrats number one and number two to get our minds off the hordes of illegal aliens approaching our southern border, close quote media matters reported now, you have to understand media matters is a wholly owned subsidiary of George Soros is operation. He funds them. So they are as PR team media matters for twenty years is attacked me. So it's like George Soros reported when challenged by a caller who said Savage's comments were so far off the edge of a responsible savage replied because you say, it's a responsible doesn't make it a responsible. It means you're not able to think outside your own box. All your fear buttons have been hit. That's exactly what Soros and company want you to feel. I'm saying question authority close quote. And now the reason this is so important is because by logic. And my statement is flawless. It's that simple New York magazine, which is acknowledged me for the last twenty five years making believe a I am not from New York originally. I don't have the most powerful radio show in New York talk, which I do even they have ignored me, but not anymore. It says prominent conservatives think the bomb scares are a liberal hoax, and again, again, I have to say if I'm not for myself who will be if I'm only. Myself who am I? And they quote me again. Liberals did it because they're trying to distract people from migrant the migrant caravan similarly, right wing radio host, Michael Savage outright declared, quote, it's a high probability that the whole thing is set up as a false flag to gain sympathy for the Democrats and to get off the hordes of illegal aliens approaching southern border. Now I wake up today. And I see that Andy blooper perhaps the most vacuous person in the history of the media. They gave a pair clear eyeglasses to make them look like intellect. Andy blooper on CNN says he's no longer gonna show pictures of the hordes of illegal aliens approaching our southern border to invade this nation for the free things. He said we're not going to do that anymore because they're not a threat to the nation. Andy, why don't you take a few into your apartment? Why don't you put your money where your mouth is and take a few of them in? And then I'll believe a word you say. Now, here's the guardian. US rights. Boogie man, George Soros faces attacks rooted in anti semitism right on time. Anyone who attacks? George Soros is an anti Semite. Now, I find that doubly offensive for three different reasons. Even though I say w offensive it's actually truly offensive. They say that anyone who attacks. George Soros is doing it because they are anti-semites let me deal with that for a minute. I'm probably more Jewish than George Soros. That's number one. And if you're gonna tell me as a person of the Jewish faith. Is not allowed to criticize another person in the Jewish faith without being called an anti Semite. I will say to you go to hell house that George Soros is the most disruptive individual in the history of the American political system. Nobody has ever spent more money to disrupt more events than this, man. He has funded on you know, the good folks have been beating people up and attacking police. George Soros, funds them black lives matter. Don't tell me. They're not a domestic terrorist group because I will disagree with you. That's my opinion. What because it has the word black in it. I can't say that their violence is something I should ignore. Sorry. I see him and I call him as I see them. Don't hide behind the holocaust and anti semitism. Every time someone criticises you George that is a standard operating procedure of the American left. I've seen it a thousand times in my life, George, and you know, I think people are onto you. And I do think that the government has. Obligation to investigate any zillionaire who sets out to disrupt the political system because that's what you do. That is what you do for a living. You have funded that detestable group media matters ever since I've been in radio they've been smearing me. And why have you done it to keep us off your back? George Soros, and your son, you're peewee, pip squeak, son. There has never earned the diamond his life of his own ships there in as a big a big tower there throwing missiles down at the world, you and your son, and you have the nerve to publish an article today saying the president and his anti-semites supporters are to blame for bombs being sent to his father's house says that the little son he wrote a new op Ed for the New York Times called the hate that is consuming us. This is ironic since George Soros funds hate groups. I mean, it's unbelievable to me Soros funds. The biggest and most powerful hate groups in the country. And he says the hate that is consuming us. And then he says his father has long faced anti semitism. Oh, really? But something changed the two thousand sixteen he called in America. The stop demonizing politicians. Did he then why does your father fund groups that demonize Donald Trump? Once you start your own backyard. Alexander soros. George Soros, his son. A nobody called against events a threat to the future of American democracy. And he hit out at the president in a New York Times op Ed entitled the hate that is consuming us. Now this kid Alexander, Sarah semi estimation. If he didn't have a father was a big, you know, like his father. He couldn't get a job selling apple computers in Zimbabwe. I don't think he'd get a job selling computers anywhere. Then he jumps you ready to white supremacists. Anti-semites? This is stupid. Just stupid. They're all China high behind the standard operating things that they use. So let me read you my latest headline, and I'll see what you have to say. But I'm sitting here waiting for them to release their Lee Harvey Oswald. I wanna know who the Lee Harvey Oswald is and by the way, this is all an attempt, by the way, if it's left or right wing who's doing this. And we don't really know at this point. But you gotta read my headline till to actually hear what I said, I said mail bombs high probability, they could be forced flags to distract from hordes of illegal aliens. That's a logical statement high probability could be false flags. High probability could be false flags to distract from hordes of illegal aliens who've been dropped off the news screens haven't they the marching army coming from director suddenly disappeared. Right. So you don't put together. Now. I don't know who planted the bombs neither do but I'm waiting to see who the Lee Harvey Oswald is going to be who's the Patsy. They're gonna dig up when will the Patsy be shown high probability that could be false flags to distract from hordes of illegal aliens. Now, we can talk about that. If you want the phone number's eight five five four hundred seven hundred eighty two but as I said yesterday, and I was the first one to say this. I thought it was laughable that four of those receiving these quote bombs or check their mail at the very same time. And prior to the normal delivery time of mail in their areas. I thought it was ironic and really suspicious to me. I didn't say all of them. I said three or four of them at the same time, right? Now this plot was coordinated by someone and yet it evaded all of law enforcement in DC, New York, Florida. How could that how could that be don't we have a department of homeland security that looks for these lone wolves also as I said yesterday, and I was the first to say it copy today by America's on news blowhard, none of the packages were stamped. None of them were postmarked rather. Meaning they're all hand delivered. So they were handle livered. But we haven't seen one image of one surveillance camera on all of these high powered billionaires properties is that even possible. How how is that possible? Why would a conservative give left this this kind of talking point two weeks before the most important election of our time. And by the way, any bomb expert who intended to target a hope a high profile individual would they put a bomb in an area. They know would be checked by an assistant of the target not the target themselves. I mean, if you are not and you are an evil nut and violent not. And you wanted to hurt. Somebody would you put your bomb in a place where you know, the person you're intending it to harm never even picks up the mail, right? You know, that Obama doesn't get his own Soros doesn't get his own mail. You know, Hillary doesn't get our own mail. So do you have to have any common sense anymore? Is there any common sense left? Now, by the way, where did they get the private addresses of these people where they get the private address of George Soros and ketone in New York, I didn't know about until yesterday the day before these addresses are not public information and didn't a democratic staffer recently get arrested for stealing Republican addresses from the office of Sheila Jackson. So who was it who stole these private addresses from the democrat files? That's where they got him from right now, what about CNN the most evil network in the history. This is not a network. This is out of the Soviet Union union CNN is the equivalent of his vast the and Pravda wrapped in together. So they opened their package. They took a picture of it before calling the police bomb squad. Right. They open and took a picture of it before calling the police of the bomb squad. I you people that gullible to believe that a company like CNN would open a suspicious package without calling the bomb squad. I or they're in on the scam. Remember what I'm saying to you are using common sense. And then the mainstream media outlets all had the same talking points at the same time. So I think that this is either a classic sigh up operation in order to distract us from the actual mob violence against conservatives and also to distract us from the army that is marching towards our southern border from Honduras. The Democrats had a disaster with the cavenaugh hearings. Diane Feinstein's little trick blew up in her face. She tried to crucify Cavanaugh with a false set of claims and the whole country turned against her except democrat operatives so that blew up in their face, then they figured let's get a couple of hundred marching in from Honduras, women and children with carriages. We'll do this again to Trump all of a sudden thousands joined then more thousands joined then more thousands joined and now it's an army mainly of strapping young men of military age marching towards our border with new sneakers and new clothing. And where are they getting their food from Diane? How come they all have clean clothing on? Where are the washing machines along the way this washing machines in the desert? We're how would they keep themselves clean? Where are they going to the bathroom, George? Even the most knuckle dragging conservative can ask these questions. We don't need the blank stare at. Andy Cooper to answer it for us. We don't need those stooges on MSNBC to answer it for us. You know, most of us are very intelligent, George. You may not know that living in your little tower there of hatred. The George Soros tower of hate. Where you're number one product is dispelling hate against Donald Trump and the American people voted for George. That's why you're despised in this country. Not because of anti-semitism. Well, I better take a quick break. Because this is not a podcast..

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from internet essentials from Comcast, connecting more than six million low income people to low cost, high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more now they're ready for anything to of the benefits of living in or visiting the city is that you can attend a performance of the New York Philharmonic or the Metropolitan Opera. Both are beginning new seasons, both have new leadership and both are trying to attract new audiences, Jeff, London reports, New York Philharmonic president and CEO. Deborah Borda has returned to the organization where she held the same position in the nineteen ninety s and she's joined by a new music director. Yup. Vence Faden Yup. The twenty sixth music director in our one hundred seventy seven year history. That means it's a moment of great import because no matter who the past music director was or who the next music director will be. It's a moment. To think they knew to take a different point of view. Boorda in Yup, funds Faden hope to bring in new audiences with a different approach to programming. The Matic concerts such as music of conscience, New York stories. There will also be a lot of new music says the Dutch-born Vence Faden. We don't have one go boating in residence, but we have a lot of those investments in fact, because they come here and they create their own evening. And I think that's a new way of looking and having guests in the house. And they're going to be inviting other guests in the house says, Deborah Borda everyday New Yorkers, who might want a place to go after a hard day's work. Let's bring people to the whole series of concerts at Yap will conduct one hour concerts every ticket. Five dollars also collaborate with trade unions. The Firemen's union policemen's union hospital workers schoolteachers across the Lincoln center plaza at the Metropolitan Opera, the impact of uniqueness. Again, the Mets new forty three year old music director is less immediately apparent. His tenure begins two years earlier than projected says New York Times critic, Anthony Tomasini Jahic when he was announced it was very exciting in a way because he's very dynamic young, tremendous musician, but it was not until twenty twenty. And then the sad development, the James LeVine, having been suspended for sexual misconduct and then fire just. Sped everything up. So somebody has to show up and take over the Metropolitan Opera declined requests for interviews for this story. The Mets been criticized for its response to the LeVine scandal and for not changing quickly enough with the times it has introduced high definition broadcasts to movie theaters. And next year the company will add Sunday matinees something. Many arts institutions began decades ago. And while it does have a new program to commission operas Anthony, Thomas Seaney wonders whether the Mets tradition of presenting a different opera every night also might need to change. You have one show at a time, basically, maybe two, and you try to create a sense that everyone in New York must come and see what's going on now and now is the big issues says the philharmonic's Deborah Borda, it's an on demand society. We sit down at our keyboards and everything's at fingertip, and you can make a last minute decision. So the issue is how do. We entice people in that last minute decision in very digital world to come to the philharmonic and to come and sit down in a fairly abstract art form that you sit down and you're quiet for an hour and a half, whatever the answers, the New York philharmonic's just launched its new season and the met kicks off its season tonight for NPR news. I'm Jeff London in New York. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from Goto meeting trusted by over eighteen million monthly users. It lets you connect to anyone on any device without downloading anything. So you can kick some business from anywhere in the world, learn more at GoToMeeting dot com.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new york philharmonic is presenting a new work by julia wolfe next season but out of forty nine composers there are only two women on the upcoming schedule heck you know what half of humanity is made up of women so why is it that orchestras we only see one to two percent of the programming of women jesse rosen has one answer to higgins question he's the president and ceo of the league of american orchestras if you go back in time this was not a viable career for a woman to become a composer and so you have a cannon that by definition does not have a lot of women composers in it so you tend to get a lot of mozart and beethoven rosen says another problem is that orchestras have to please a lot of constituents audiences board members marketing departments donors and then there's the will of the conductors and artistic directors most of them men they're the ones who choose the music the bottom line for orchestras rosen says is money they rely to a significant degree on their box office and their subscribers and you've got very thin financial margins at you're trying to manage so i he gets part of life in the arts the real question for composers now is how to break into the club that exclusive group whose music gets performed the question is the same for young composers composers of color and women says philadelphia's jeremy rothman we have to be giving composers the right tools to compose successful works being able to workshop their pieces simply commissioning pieces and performing them a once is not going to be the solution and for orchestras to check off the woman composer box once or twice a year isn't gonna cut it either says the orchestra leagues jesse rosen if you don't have a consciousness that says you know we value diversity in all its manifestations the default is going to be you're gonna end up with a lot more white men among the top american orchestras programming more than one or two women next season are the.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It rocketed him to worldwide fame at each thirty nine a year later the dashing conductor of the new york philharmonic gave his first televised lectures on classical music the wildly popular young people's concerts regard to listen to music that describe emotions really like pain happiness loneliness anger low i guess most music is like that the better it is the more it will make you feel those emotions that the composer felt when he was writing we're going to take some time now to examine the bernstein from a decade before that the years right after world war two ended and he wrote his second symphony called the age of anxiety hoffner writes about classical music and she says this piece in particular very much speaks to her what was happening in the world when leonard bernstein wrote this beautiful symphony his second symphony in nineteen forty nine well i think you see a lot of general confusion and disillusionment in the years following the second world war no doubt that also played into a big part of bernstein's life as he was trying to navigate his own career you know he moved a lot between conducting and composing and maybe is perhaps best known for his film scores now but was also trying to work within maybe a little bit more of a classical composer career narrative for a bit so the title he gave it is the age of anxiety i don't know if he's talking about his own age which was just thirty at the time or.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on KPCC

"New york philharmonic just lost its president jeff london reports she quit after a single rocky year lincoln center's leadership has been in something of turmoil in the past several years before deborah spar joined the institution in two thousand seventeen the previous president stepped down after engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a colleague spar was previously president of barnard college but her tenure at lincoln center was cut short when she resigned writing to colleagues quote i ultimately determined that the fit i'd hope for has not materialized no reason for the resignation was given but six months ago the new york philharmonic chose not to undergo a massive renovation of their concert hall angering some donors for npr news i'm jeff london in new york facing an ethics investigation republican representative blake farren untold of texas has resigned from congress fair untold has denied a former aides acusations from two thousand fourteen including that he'd subjected her to sexually suggestive comments and behavior and then fired her after she complained but sources say he used eighty four thousand dollars in taxpayer money to settle the case in two thousand fifteen president trump's latest tariff threat on chinese imports is fueling increasing concern of retreat war on wall street stocks dropped about two percent on friday with the dow falling five hundred seventy two points the sp five hundred lost fifty eight points the nasdaq dropped one hundred sixty one i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the skull foundation partnering with social entrepreneurs and other innovators to confront the world's most pressing problems at home and abroad learn more at s k o l l dot org.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Again in do you by law d'antoni wa yes let's grace carter from england her second song and i you know i think it actually bodes well for her first ep which is due early next year and then finally gone the new york philharmonic wave asked you saw hide at just marked its one hundred seventy fifth anniversary what are some of the different ways the orchestrates gonna celebrate well they've taken almost one hundred of their historic performances and put them online at google play an apple music and spotify but even better and freer they've put together a virtual online exhibition of things like printed programs they have the printed programme from the first ever new york philharmonic concert 1840 to you want to guess what the first piece was i couldn't venture again the grand symphony and see minor by beethoven you know it is fatal opens fit but on their google play page the number one hit from those archives of historic performance is right now is arun copeland's fanfare for the common man if you go to the new york philharmonic play page at the top assists new york philharmonic underneath this this steal the ten top track so far and in the middle is about the artist and in an absolutely hilarious mistake the about the artist for the york phil is about the organisation formerly known as the ussr state symphony orcas i mean it seemed like the russians have resorted to hacking mark classical music webpages at this point really funny well what a great next say this week john and you can check out the full weekly music round up at the new website new sounds of.

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"new york philharmonic" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:58 min | 5 years ago

"new york philharmonic" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"Loops stage standing as baartman's term homes of bitter played on screen or the new york philharmonic orchestra the camera cut around the planes focusing deepal nothing on the notes being some x failed in mali was the film and music remain imperfect synchronization then michel elman appeared playing shumar ask roy smack playing on a variety of stringed instruments marion tally of the matter singing a piece from riga letter efren zimbalist on violin howled bauer playing chopin giovanni martinelli singing a selection from patching and finally soprano ana chase seeing laugh yesterday in fool period costume and each time the cameras swept close to the performer a strings were plucked to abode as notes was the audience were on intimate terms with these gods of music finally able to see the feeling in the performance first hand as though they were watching a close friend don juan began in although it was presented as a wordless endeavor the audience still swooned the sound of barrymore's kisses superimposed on the soundtrack as he packed relentlessly at his leading ladies winced swords clashed as doors slammed as glass was shattered and always behind the action the sweeping score specially commissioned for the movie by the time the film was over the assembled crown were almost reid and excite samling four and looked at his grow and for the first time that the loud himself to law in shia jubilation laughter could not be heard against the deafening cheers of the 1200 people right.

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