Podcasts de performing

Wellness and Growth: Acoustic Medicine and Music Therapy

Host Steve Mencher talks with Dr. Vera Brandes, Director, Research Program Music Medicine, Paracelsus Medical Private...

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Music, Memories, and the Brain

Dr. Peter Janata, associate professor at University of California, Davis, and member of the Center for Mind and Brain...

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Why Do Listeners Enjoy Music that Makes Them Weep?

Host Steve Mencher and Professor David Huron, Head of Ohio State University's Cognitive and Systematic Musicology...

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The Positive Effects of Music Therapy on Health

Steve Mencher from the Library of Congress talks with Concetta M. Tomaino, Executive Director,Institute for Music and...

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Making Music Changes Brains

Dr. Gottfried Schlaug, Director of the Music, Neuroimaging and Stroke Recovery Laboratories, Beth Deaconess Israel...

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Trance Formation: Music, Trance, Religious Experience, and the Brain

Steve Mencher from the Library of Congress talks to Dr. Robin Sylvan, Director of the Sacred Center, El Cerrito,...

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The Music of Language and the Language of Music.

In our everyday lives language and instrumental music are obviously different things. Neuroscientist and musician Ani...

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The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature.

Daniel Levitin's new book The World in Six Songs has attracted a serious fan following, including Sting, Joni...

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Your Brain on Jazz: Neural Substrates of Spontaneous Improvisation.

Johns Hopkins otolaryngolost and jazz musician Charles Limb talks about "The Brain on Jazz"--Neural Substrates of...

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Episode 40: Performance Anxiety (and sopranos on their heads)

Do you get nervous when you perform? Want to learn how to overcome performance anxiety? Listen to a few experienced...

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Interview with Brian Rogers on Critical Ability

Critical ability is a key to success. Based on the research of Julio Gonzalez-Diaz, Olivier Gossner and Brian W. Rogers

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068: Feel Good Music

From political upheaval in Liberia, to political asylum in Italy, to downtown Philadelphia, music has always been an...

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What's So Funny? with guest Ron Josol - July 5, 2015

Ron Josol performs all over the world. Or at least many places in the world. He joins in the Roving Studio, or Comedy...

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What's So Funny? with guest Peter Greyy - November 2, 2014

Peter Greyy may be the big boss man of the Seattle and San Francisco International Comedy Competitions, but when he's...

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What's So Funny? with guest Dana Alexander - September 28, 2014

Dana Alexander was the very first guest on this program back in 2004. A second episode a few years later has...

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What's So Funny? with guest Ryan Lachance - June 29, 2014

Ryan Lachance has been performing standup for 12 years so it's time we had him on the show. Lachance talks about the...

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Interview #054 Joshua Safford - Telling to the street – magic for eye.

This is a traditional way of performing storytelling back when storytellers worked in the marketplace in the street...

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What's So Funny? with guest Kwasi Thomas - February 23, 2014

Kwasi Thomas joins us to talk about growing up black in Canada. He also lists what he misses and doesn't miss about...

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What's So Funny? with guest Paul Anthony - September 15, 2013

Paul Anthony goes waaaay back with Arsenio Hall. But it was an unrequited love, it turns out. We get busy talking...

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What's So Funny? with guest Marcus Ryan - April 28, 2013

Marcus Ryan has performed in 25 countries. In this episode, I try to get him to settle down. Pick a country and stick...

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