Music for Life is a music-appreciation and music-history based program that explores the purpose and value of music to humanity’s enrichment. Hosted by Ryan Malone, it features interviews with artists performing at the Armstrong Auditorium sponsored by the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
EP116 Paul Musical Spotlight
In this episode, we explore a brand new musical-theater production being staged at Armstrong Auditorium: Paul—Ambassador in Bonds
Ep. 115: Celtic Throne Album Spotlight
In this episode, we explore a brand-new album from a production staged here at Armstrong Auditorium—featuring a score by Golden Globe-nominated composer Brian Byrne.
Dueling Cellos & Schwarz Spotlight
In today’s episode, we spotlight cellist Julian Schwarz and the two concerti he will be performing with the Mozart Orchestra of New York at Armstrong Auditorium on Tuesday March 24.
Symphonies! Haydn 22 Mozart 33
In this episode, we explore a symphony by Haydn and one by Mozart in the lead-up to their performance at Armstrong Auditorium on Tuesday March 24 by the Mozart Orchestra of New York, under Gerard Schwarz.
Ep. 112: David B. Hooten Live From Armstrong
In this special episode, we will hear the majority of a concert at Armstrong Auditorium — trumpeter David B. Hooten’s Legends of Dixieland performance on January 16, 2020.
Lomazov-Rackers Piano Duo Live From Armstrong!
In this special episode, we will hear the majority of a concert at Armstrong Auditorium given the Lomazov-Rackers Piano Duo on December 3, 2019.
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Music appreciation at its finest
This podcast is mind expanding and from a perspective you will not get anywhere else. Each new podcast is a fascinating foray into music history and science that connects you with a new perspective on the current state of the art.
Music Appreciation at its finest
I have briefly participated as a student in music appreciation classes before. I say briefly because I couldn't stay awake long enough to get anything out of them. This podcast is so well put together and organized in such a fascinating and different way that it has fast become my favorite thing to listen to. My only criticism is that this was not offered 10 years ago...