On this episode of the "Kansas City Local Feature," we will hear performances from, and discover the past and future of, The Kansas City Baroque Consortium with Artistic Director Trilla Ray-Carter, and conductor and composer Anthony Maglione.
Learn about The William Jewell Choral Studies Program as host Stephen Steigman speaks with director Dr. Anthony Maglione. We also welcome alumnus David M. Sanchez and learn about recording with his alma mater, and making his Metropolitan Opera debut right before theaters shut down. We'll hear music from Adolphus Hailstork, William Dawson, Aaron Copland and more.
A choral group in Dallas hopes to use blockchain to monetize their new recording. Instead of making pennies from streams, they can sell a single copy for thousands of dollars... if they find a bidder.
Anthony joins William Baker and Patrick Neas in a conversation about Anthony's composition, life, and career trajectory.
Episode 4: Part 2. Seeing the Trees (There is no forest) with Anthony Maglione.
Anthony Maglione and Chris Munce discuss connecting with your students on an individual level.
Anthony Maglione talks with Gina Kaufman about his work "No More" which is a reflection on the gun violence epidemic in the United States.
Andrea Ramsey and Anthony Maglione talk with Steve Kraske about a recent album release.
The William Jewell College Concert Choir is celebrating their second international release, "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes," which includes several works by local composers. Today, we learned about the process of putting together such a big project, and about the excitement of hearing one's own music come to life.
Marjorie Herman focuses on a work by conductor and composer Anthony Maglione and his magnificent setting of verses by Walt Whitman called The Mystic Trumpeter. Join Marjorie for this work and insightful conversation with the composer about how such a work comes to be.
Let Go, with Anthony Maglione
Anthony Maglione of William Jewell College stops in to share his thoughts on building a culture of trust with your choir.
Ep 30-Anthony Maglione on Getting Your Score into the Conductor’s Hands
In this episode Anthony discusses the best practices on getting your score into conductor’s hands.
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