23 episodes

Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a weekly dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

Ic2us: The Evolving Conductor Lisa Tatum

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a weekly dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    An update with Girls Who Conduct

    An update with Girls Who Conduct

    Today we catch up with two of the founding members of Girls Who Conduct, Tanatchaya Chanphanitpornkit and Chaowen Ting. Girl Who Conduct has an incredible mentorship program, and enrollment opens October 1, 2021! Find out more about them at www.girlswhoconduct.org
    Find Ic2us online at www.ic2uspodcast.com
    Ic2us is a proud member of the Music teacher Development Podcast Network! Find more information at www.mutedpodcasts.com.
    Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    • 38 min
    Gabriel Crouch on listening, balance, and blend

    Gabriel Crouch on listening, balance, and blend

    Today’s episode features Gabriel Crouch, who is the director of choral activities at Princeton University. After completing a choral scholarship at Trinity College, Cambridge he spent 8 years with the renowned a cappella group, The King’s Singers. Check out his own show at WWFM called Sounds Choral.  In this episode we talk about finding your own voice as a conductor and the magic of listening when it comes to balance and blend.
    Find Ic2us online at www.ic2uspodcast.com
    Ic2us is a proud member of the Music teacher Development Podcast Network! Find more information at www.mutedpodcasts.com.
    Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    • 48 min
    Ic2us with Norman Huynh, Music Director of the Bozeman Symphony

    Ic2us with Norman Huynh, Music Director of the Bozeman Symphony

    Today’s episode features Norman Huynh, Music Director at the Bozeman Symphony, and Associate Conductor of the Oregon Symphony. In this episode we discuss Norman’s journey in music, which started as a 12-year old “band geek” trombonist in Alabama that lead him to study with Demondrae Thurman, John Ratledge, Adrian Gnam, Gustav Meier, Markand Thakar, and Marin Alsop. We also discuss his participation in the Malko Competition and what it was like to return to the stage earlier this year.
    Find Ic2us online at www.ic2uspodcast.com
    Ic2us is a proud member of the Music teacher Development Podcast Network! Find more information at www.mutedpodcasts.com.

    • 37 min
    Ic2us with author and Grammy-nominated conductor James Jordan

    Ic2us with author and Grammy-nominated conductor James Jordan

    Welcome to Season 2 of Ic2us! You’re not going to want to miss this! Today’s episode features Grammy-nominated conductor James Jordan. Dr. Jordan is recognized and praised throughout the musical world as one of America’s pre-eminent conductors, recording artists, writers, music psychologists and innovators in choral music. He was described as a “visionary” by Choral Journal, which cited his book Evoking Sound as a “must read.” His more than 40 books explore both the philosophical and spiritual basis of musicianship, as well as aspects of choral rehearsal teaching and learning, and they are considered to be essential references in the conducting profession. He is professor and senior conductor at Westminster Choir College where he conducts Westminster Schola Cantorum and the critically acclaimed Westminster Williamson Voices. He is also director of the Westminster Conducting Institute and co-director of the Choral Institute at Oxford. (rider.edu/Oxford) He is artistic director and conductor of the professional choral ensemble, The Same Stream (thesamestreamchoir.com)
    Find Ic2us online at www.ic2uspodcast.com
    Ic2us is a proud member of the Music teacher Development Podcast Network! Find more information at www.mutedpodcasts.com.
    Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    • 47 min
    Professor Steven Davis on life, learning, and the daily walk of being a musician

    Professor Steven Davis on life, learning, and the daily walk of being a musician

    The season one finale of Ic2us features Professor Steven Davis who serves as the Rose Ann Carr Millsap Missouri Distinguished Professor of Music and Director of Bands and Wind Ensembles at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory. Professor Davis is a lauded, versatile, and cosmopolitan conductor who has inspired ensembles around the world. In this episode we discuss life, learning, and the daily walk of being a musician.

    Find Ic2us on your favorite streaming platform and don’t forget to check out our Spotify and YouTube playlists: https://linktr.ee/ic2us

    Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a weekly dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    • 42 min
    Mr. Frank Battisti on leadership and imagination

    Mr. Frank Battisti on leadership and imagination

    This episode features Mr. Frank Battisti. Mr. Battisti is past president of the College Band Directors National Association, and his articles on the wind ensemble, music education, and wind band literature have been published by many national and international journals. He is author of “The New Winds of Change” and coauthor of the book “Guide to Score Study.” Faculty Emeritus, he first began his tenure at the New England Conservatory in 1969. In this episode we discuss leadership, imagination, and the need to express.

    Find Ic2us on your favorite streaming platform and don’t forget to check out our Spotify and YouTube playlists: https://linktr.ee/ic2us

    Ic2us is your source for any and everything conducting, listening, teaching, and music making. Treat yourself to a weekly dose of musical inspiration as we pick the minds of great conductors and delve into note worthy repertoire. If you’re a musician, teacher, or conductor: you’ve found your people.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

yaaaaaaaaaaas queen ,

Wonderful!

I look forward to every new episode and every new guest! This podcast is a must-subscribe for band nerds like me :)

Music78745 ,

You should subscribe!

If you are a teacher/conductor and want to grow as a musician, this is a fantastic resource!

carlyemac_ ,

A MUST for current and aspiring conductors!

This encouraging and uplifting interview podcast is absolutely packed with profound advice for all conductors. Lisa is an excellent host that brings in incredible members of the music field for excellent conversations that we can all benefit from. Can’t wait for more!

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