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Invisible Choir

Reach Freaks

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The Invisible Choir true crime podcast examines the most heinous murders through investigative storytelling, primary source audio, and victim testimonials. We aim to bring voice to the voiceless, and visibility to the invisible. Independently recorded and produced by Michael Ojibway and Reach Freaks, LLC.
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Choir Practice Podcast

Brian Parker

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First Responders, and Public Servants, share the most extraordinary experiences from their careers. Here on Choir Practice our mission is to preserve our guests personal legacies for friends and family, sharing their stories for anyone who might be curious or interested in a career in public service.
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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
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The Choir Room Podcast

Metromusic & Arts

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This podcast exists to promote and encourage two long-time traditions in our society that seem to be dwindling…The Choir and Corporate Singing. We hope to revive the excitement and joy experienced with singing in a choir, as well as inform and educate the listener on all things singing, and all things choir related. A weekly podcast featuring discussion and interviews with choir directors, choir members, and other guests representing church choirs, college and university choirs, community ch ...
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The Choir Director Corner Podcast is dedicated to providing choir directors with practical resources to utilize in their teaching. Matt Walker, the creator of The Choir Director Corner, reveals the teaching strategies, methods, and workflows that he has used in building a successful choral program. Discover tips and strategies that will help you save time amidst your busy schedule, run more productive, engaging and efficient rehearsals, and help you tackle your biggest teaching challenges.
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Taking a break from the world of reality television, Glee superfans Matt and Aman embark on a journey back inside the halls of William McKinley High School to relive the series' highs (Adele mashups) and lows (all Will Schuester raps).
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Choir Baton

Beth Philemon

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The Choir Baton podcast conducts stories, ideas, and inspiration with people about choir and life. Join host, Beth Philemon, on solo episodes and interviews on choir Together we ask questions, seek understanding, and share insight from our experiences in life and in choir - and to connect the Choir Baton mission of #MorePeopleSinging - For more information visit ChoirBaton.com
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A Choir Line

Mikko Parker

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Welcome to A Choir Line! Here I talk about the show Glee, show choir, bring on good singers, and much more fun! I also like to review show choir shows! If you have any recommendations for my podcast then go leave a review or leave a voice message! I am always opened to recommendations! I hope you enjoy A Choir Line!
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TXST Choirs Today!

Jonathan Babcock

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The Texas State University School of Music annually hosts notable figures in choral music today. TXST Choirs Today! Dr. Jonathan Babcock of the Texas State Choral Faculty interviews our campus visitors on their music, their passion and their craft. Guests include conductors Craig Hella Johnson (Artistic Director, Conspirare), Z. Randall Stroope (Director of Choral Activities, Oklahoma State University) & Craig Jessop (conductor emeritus The Mormon Tabernacle Choir), as well as composers Gwyn ...
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Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
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This series looks at the thoughts, feelings and experiences of participants involved in The Pathhead Choir Songwriting Project HERE WE ARE, a project in collaboration with creative ageing organisation Autumn Voices, funded by Creative Scotland and a grant from The Hope Scott Trust. Singer and songwriter Sophie Bancroft guided a group of The Pathhead Choir members aged 60+ to write original songs for The Pathhead Choir to perform. These songs were then arranged and notated for the choir by Pa ...
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We would like to introduce you to our podcast series, Voices From The Choir: Oh Happy Day Reflections. I will be your host for these nine episodes as we hear the personal stories from some of the original members of the Northern California State Youth Choir of the Church of God in Christ. As they reflect on their amazing journey in 1969 singing in the State Youth Choir. After recording an album to raise money to travel to a church choir competition, things change when one of the songs broke ...
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1. C3 NYC Worship - Starting to See 2. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir - More Than Anything 3. Red Hands - With all my heart 4. Vive Worship - Bless Hoped 5. Nicole Lashawn - Another Day 6. Saraphina - You Do Not Lie 7. Cece Winans by Ntokozo Mbamba Mbatha - Believe for it 8. Kierra Sheard - Miracles 9. Jekalyn Carr - I believe God 10. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir feat. TaRanda Greene - He’s Been Faithful 11. Tiffany Daniels Hudson - Enough 12. Planetshakers - Never Thirst Again 13. C3 NYC Wo ...
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Send us a Text Message. Bill began his public service in the United States Marine Corps. Then spent time getting his degree and learning/ practicing Judo before starting his career with Pima County. Patrol, SWAT, School Resource, and leadership. Bill's career, and public service, was exceptional and I'm happy he agreed to share his stories. He's th…
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On November 8, 2016, 26-year-old Brittany Southwell was holding her 7-month-old son in her arms, while inside her basement bedroom with her fiancé Tyler, in Jackson, MI. It was like any other Tuesday inside the home located in the 400 block on Jefferson St…until Tyler’s father noticed a suspicious SUV pull into the driveway from his upstairs window…
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“From my first ACDA in 1991 to ACDA now: complete reversal. People are not afraid to perform something that moves the soul, and in 1991 nobody did it. Now people are digging in and not being afraid. I applaud all of my fellow choral conductors for being fearless and not being afraid to tell the stories that mean something.” Tim Seelig is a conducto…
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On this week's episode of The Midnight Choir, human rights lawyer-turned-comedian Jess Salomon blesses the podcast with her unique voice. She shares her unique experience of being raised as a Zionist, going into law, discovering her queerness and making the switch to comedy — and getting married to a Palestinian woman along the way. She's now unpac…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Marriage is fundamental not only to individual men and women, but also to society writ large. Without marriage, there are no families; without families, there are no nations. The first relationship between two human beings was marriage — of Adam and Eve in the Gard…
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Send us a Text Message. Wes began his public service working a hot shot crew during fire season when he graduated high school. Eventually, once he was old enough, he applied and was hired as a reserve for the Oro Valley Police Department. His career took off from there! Tune in, turn it up and get to know the newest member of The Squad! Come see me…
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Is it time we started to consider changing how we view policing? This week we're joined by Associate Professor Ted Rutland, who researches urban politics, planning and policing at Concordia University. We talk about the function the police serve in our society, how to envision violence prevention and response without the police, and why the SPVM re…
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Send us a Text Message. Marcos began his career in Police Records. While there, he overheard several coworkers chatting about going through the dispatcher training. He became obsessed, studied everything he could get his hands on, and even spent his days off sitting next to dispatchers in Communications to learn their job. He went on the become a 9…
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On June 21st, 2022, Michael Cole Rathel was eagerly awaiting his friend and co-worker 21-year-old Xichen Yang’s arrival to work at a pool cleaning company they were both employed at in Orlando, Florida. Xichen, a pool technician, never turned up and Michael became frustrated with his absence. Michael proceeded to call and give his tardy friend an e…
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This is part 2 of our interview with Antonine Yaccarini, a political analyst and former head of communications for the Parti Québécois, not to mention a prominent voice for an independent Quebec. We talk about immigration, how hard it is to learn French, and Quebec's nationhood alongside Indigenous people. Antonine also shares her experience as a w…
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“I have fallen deeply in love with looking at a piece, seeing what it is, and realizing that there are no real absolutes in music. There are no rules. You have to look at each piece of music for what it is and consider it in its historical and cultural context and then find out enough about the composer. It feels like a journey, a rabbit hole that …
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Love and duty are matters of concentric circles — to the closer is the greater duty and the greater love owed. In the previous episode in this series, we covered the facets of self-sacrifice love (agape) and charity (caritas); in this episode, we cover familial and…
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Send us a Text Message. Jim began his career in the late 80's after a rough start at childhood. He said he was wild and, just the old movies, his dad sent him off to boarding school. New Mexico Military straightened out and he believes that is where he had the first inkling to do something exciting while getting to help people. Tune in, enjoy the s…
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“I grew up thinking that we should sound like the music we're singing. There was never one right way for me. There are those great choral traditions where they sing everything a certain way. I never wanted to be that way. We can do seven different pieces in seven entirely different styles. You would think, 'is that the same choir?' That's something…
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This week the Midnight Choir talks to Antonine Yaccarini, a political analyst who worked in communications for the Parti Québécois for over a decade. We went into this knowing Antonine, Chris and Isaac wouldn't always agree. So let's dive deep! Enjoy this part 1 of a two-part discussion between three very different thinkers. Isaac: @ixcwylde Chris:…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Love is a multifaceted thing. Sometimes this complex nature can be masked in English by the use of the umbrella term “love” (or even by the exclusion of concepts that really fall under that umbrella — e.g., “friendship”). In this first episode in our (planned) thre…
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Send us a Text Message. I met Greg way back in 1998! He taught the Economic Crimes classes when I was in the academy. Aside from one other occasion, I don't know that our paths crossed until he arrived at the front door to be my very next victim, and the newest member of The Squad! He started his career as a Reserve, and Dispatcher, in the 80's in …
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Anchorage, AK ranks #1 when it comes to areas with the highest rate of Indigenous women who go missing each calendar year in the U.S. Unfortunately 2019 proved to be no different - when Anchorage Police received an SD card from a homeless woman who claimed she found it on the side of the road. When authorities viewed the contents of the card labele…
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“I’ve really enjoyed getting into classrooms to affirm my colleagues. I seek whenever I do a visit to say something that is both positive and true. I could just be positive, but if it’s not truthful, students can sense that. I’ve really enjoyed getting to bop in, see great teaching in action, and affirm my colleagues in front of their students.” Dr…
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The Midnight Choir presents the May edition of Catching Up With Quebec! Here is a monthly bit covering the major news stories in Quebec politics, culture and society. Once a month we will bring you a level-headed discussion of what's going on, with the hope of always staying focused on the issues that matter to our community. Enjoy! Isaac: @ixcwyld…
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Send us a Text Message. Dan began his professional life serving his country in the United States Air Force. While enlisted, he felt he needed a change that would challenge him, but in a capacity where he could still serve. He chose law enforcement and began taking classes at a nearby community college before. transferring to Arizona State Universit…
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Step into the vibrant Choir Room where the rich tapestry of song and spirit comes to life. This week, my co-hosts Dorian Johnson, Mietta Stancil-Farrar, and I, Greg Thomas, as we uncover the poignant history of the hymn "It Is Well With My Soul" and then followed by a live rendition by the enchanting Sarai Negron-Ingold. Mietta brings us the CRQ an…
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This week, Chris and Isaac invited Amira Elghawaby, Canada's Special Representative on Combatting Islamophobia. They talk about being Muslim in Canada, the impact of 9/11 on Canadian Muslims, and her response to the controversy of her nomination in Quebec. Finally, they discuss the McGill encampments protesting Israel's war in Gaza. They even talk …
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Maybe you got your class registrations for next year and thought, "Maybe I should do some recruiting!" But all of your time and energy didn't produce the results you wanted, resulting only in stress and frustration. In Episode 101 of the podcast, I'm sharing the audio from my recent video over on YouTube (Yes, I have a YouTube channel!) where I dis…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Leadership is a natural aspect of the interrelationships of men. Any given group of men, left to its own devices, will form into a hierarchy, with a leader at the top. The modern world would have us deny this reality, because it runs directly counter to Egalitarian…
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Send us a Text Message. I was very glad Jessica agreed to be not the show. She spent a majority of her career in the Division that is very near and dear to my heart, Operations Division South! That's where I met her and her husband, Mike. Again, I was fascinated by her path to public service and I enjoyed our conversation. Like many of my guests, J…
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During the early morning hours of October 18th, 2015, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Corey Jones’ SUV broke down, so he pulled over on an offramp. Multiple people came to Corey’s aid, but the process for getting a tow ended up taking hours. While Corey waited, another man was also on the street that morning. When Officer Nouman Raja noticed Corey’s sta…
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Today Isaac and Chris corner award-winning writer and law professor Frédéric Bérard to discuss his problems with what the Parti Québécois has become. This sovereignist party, once a dominating force in provincial politics, seems to be courting far-right ideas like the great replacement theory and is following a leader, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, who…
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Hosts Corey J. Mahler coreyjmahler.com @CoreyJMahler Woe aka Eschatologuy @treblewoe Christian men exist in two kingdoms (the right and the left ‘hands’ of Christ) and three estates (family, Church, and State). Many modern men neglect the fullness of this reality via excessive focus on the Kingdom of the right hand of Christ (i.e., the Church). Fur…
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Send us a Text Message. It was my honor to host this couple who agreed to be my very first dispatchers on the show. David and Orchid had extraordinary stories that led them to public safety, and the fact they are still together after all these years is pretty exceptional as well. I know you will get a kick out of their stories and what it takes to …
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"Choral programs don't exist in a vacuum. They exist in a place, and they exist in a place that serves a people. That people group is always bigger than choir. The first thing that you've gotta do is answer the question, 'how are my people, how is my place going to be served by choral music?' and then build that. You've gotta build that one step at…
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