The Aspen Institute 

Streamed live on Jun 27, 2013

World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, 2013 Harman-Eisner artist in residence, discusses his far-reaching vision for how artists can practice their citizenship, as individuals and through institutions—and how the arts fulfill a fundamental human need by forging and strengthening community.

Interviewer: Damian Woetzel, Director of the Aspen Institute Arts Program

Session produced by the Aspen Institute Arts Program, under the direction of Damian Woetzel. For more information about the Aspen Institute Arts Program, visit http://www.aspeninstitute.org/artsprogram

10 Questions for Joshua Bell

September 29, 2016



I know most of you fans of Bill Evans must’ve heard this interview.
Themes on this Video:
Waltz for Debby (Bill)
All of You (Bill)
All of You (Bill-Marian)

In Your Own Sweet Way (Bill-Marian)

Gustavo del Pino


Red Triangle Productions are mix engineer and songwriter Rick Parkhouse and producer/songwriter George Tizzard, between them they have sold over 2 million records and worked with a multitude of major artists from the UK and US.

In the Past 12 months Red Triangle have had over 20 major label cuts including Little Mix, 5 Seconds of Summer for which their song ‘Good Girls’ reached the US no.1 spot on iTunes, One Direction, The Saturdays, Scouting for Girls and many, many more.

The guys wrote and produced 9 songs for Cheryl Fernandez-Versini for her current ‘Only Human’ album. They also have an additional 2 songs on 5SOS’s album and they wrote and produced 2 songs for the Union J album including the top 5 single ‘Tonight (We Live Forever)’. They also wrote 2 songs for the Luke Friend album on RCA.

Recently they have been working with Olly Murs, Union J, Luke Friend, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Pixie Lott and top liners Ina Wroldsen, Ed Drewett, James Newman, Roy Stride, Camille Purcell amongst others.

Red Triangle Productions own and work from their own The Beach Studios, based in Christchurch, Dorset.


Town Hall Symphony Hall

This March the San Francisco Symphony returns to Symphony Hall with its dynamic music director Michael Tilson Thomas. In this video, Tilson Thomas introduces the works featured in the concert: ‘The Alcotts’, a fresh take on the music of America by Charles Ives, ‘Absolute Jest for Orchestra and Spring Quartet’, a vibrant new quadruple concerto from John Adams, and Berlioz’s spectacular ‘Symphonie Fantastique’.

More information on this concert can be found at http://bit.ly/thshtilsonthomas

jenny hudson

Live interview with jazz/classical musician, Donal Fox where he discusses his influences, his motivations, and his music. Interviewed by Chava Hudson for Zingology.com, produced by Film North at the BevCam Studio

Ron Carter – Masterclass

Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Billy Cobham – Walkin’

Mars Kim·3 videos

Excerpt from NEA Jazz Masters Awards Ceremony & Concert on Jan 13, 2014
Source: http://new.livestream.com/jazz/neajaz…

Keith Jarrett is giving an acceptance speech that is about his definition of music and his opinion of what the most important for a musician in life is.

Composer: Morten Lauridsen

Sean Shepherd – Composer

October 3, 2013

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ArtistsHouseMusic·2,298 videos

In this clip from http://www.artistshousemusic.org – Equally adept at computer generated music and classical orchestral elements, Paul Haslinger has established himself as a unique musical voice in the world of feature films. Classically trained in Salzburg and Vienna, he eschewed his classical roots to become a member of the pioneering electronic band, Tangerine Dream, in which he left his distinctive fingerprint on four highly successful albums and several films, including ‘Miracle Mile’, ‘Near Dark’ and ‘Canyon Dreams’, which earned him a Grammy nomination. Upon venturing out on his own, Haslinger had three critically acclaimed solo albums and scored two ground breaking animated science-fiction films, Planetary Traveler (1997) (V) and Infinity’s Child (1999) (V), for director Jan Nickman. He honed his film scoring skills for several years as the programmer for ‘Graeme Revell’ , providing the musical textures and atmospheres for such movies as Blow, The Negotiator (1998), The Siege (1998), Pitch Black (2000) and Tomb Raider, to name just a few.

emPOWERmetv·373 videos

Film, TV and video game composer Inon Zur, whose credits include such hot games as “Prince of Persia”, “Dragon Age”, “Fallout 3”, “Fallout: New Vegas” and “The Lord of the Rings,” talks about the differences in scoring for different mediums. Plus, he reveals the secrets for composing for Massive Multiplayer Online games as well as what it was like studying with the legendary Henry Mancini.

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JamPlayDotCom·352 videos

Dave “David J” Weiner sits down with JamPlay.com for an exclusive interview. Topics include: early years, Steve Vai, current projects, and much more.
When you are done watching this head over to JamPlay.com for exclusive guitar lessons in Dave’s artist series.