Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out!
#56: Dave Krehbiel
In this episode, host Adam Wolf chats with the legend Dave Krehbiel to discuss his new book, his time with the Chicago Symphony, Detroit Symphony, and San Francisco Symphony. As well as his teaching, studying with Phil Farkas, and retirement.
This episode is sponsored by Lukas Horns, Houghton Horns, and Hampson Horns.
#55: Kate Caliendo
In this episode, host Adam Wolf chats with 2nd horn of the Jacksonville Symphony, Kate Caliendo. They discuss her career up to this point, her outlook on life and social media, as well as her philosophies on approaching the horn.
This episode is sponsored by Houghton Horns and Hampson Horns.
#54: Nikki Cash
In this episode, host Adam Wolf talks with former associate principal horn of the SF Symphony Nikki Cash. They chat about her diagnosis of dystonia, and how her career and life shifted after realizing what was happening, then moving on from the horn.
This episode is sponsored by Lukas Horns, Hampson Horns, and Houghton Horns.
#53: BASEBALL AND HORN!!!
In this episode, host Adam Wolf chats with Randy Gardner and JG Miller about the beautiful harmony and similarities between our national past-time baseball, and our passion for the horn.
This episode is sponsored by Hampson Horns and Lukas Horns.
#52: Jeff Nelsen
In this episode host Adam Wolf chats with Canadian Brass hornist Jeff Nelsen. He is also a horn professor at Indiana University, and has tons of things to talk about so we scratch the surface here with Fearless Performance, Training in Thirds, his life before being a horn celebrity, and his kids are awesome.
This episode is sponsored by Lukas Horns and Balu Musik.
#51 2/3: Teaching in 2020 Q&A
Part two of a conversation with Lanette Compton, Jeb Wallace, and Johanna Lundy where we answer listener questions.
This is a great show for anyone who plays the horn (or wants to know more about the amazing horn world in general)! If you are a horn “nerd” or not it doesn’t matter. The interviews are fun and insightful without ever feeling clinical or only surface level. I am always so excited for the next episode to come out!! Thanks for the great material!
I absolutely love Pathways! I’ve learned so much from this podcast! It is an incredible resource for learning from such amazing Horn players! I’m very excited to see what other guests will be on Pathways in the future! 😁
In depth and entertaining
Adam provides his listeners with quality podcasts and I respect his thorough research completed prior to having guests on the podcast. Interesting and thoughtful questions asked. I definitely learn something new and gain a new perspective after listening to episodes. I definitely recommend this podcast. (I also enjoy the length of these podcasts).