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In this episode, we meet four musicians who have completed a 10-month residency with Sage Gateshead: Holly Clarke, Joe Snape, Me Lost Me and Rapasa Otieno. Their residencies culminated last weekend with a series of performances in front of socially distanced audiences in Sage One. We speak to each of the artists to find out what it meant to them to…
 
It goes without saying that young people will become the leaders of tomorrow’s creative industries…but what are we doing to ensure that children and young people from all backgrounds are not only included… but given a voice? Nurturing and listening to youth voice was the focus of the latest MC2 event organised by Sage Gateshead, a mini-conference f…
 
The theme for this episode is New Beginnings. Royal Northern Sinfonia, Sage Gateshead’s very own orchestra, has a new principal conductor, Dinis Sousa – we meet him and hear his vision for the Sinfonia and its role here in the north east and beyond And now that Sage Gateshead’s Young Musicians Programme of tuition for aspiring musicians has opened …
 
Over the last 12 months many of us have decided to use some time to do something we’ve always wanted… or intended to do. Through Sage Gateshead, people of all ages have been seizing the opportunity in recent months to take up everything from ukulele and piano to singing and the bass. So on this episode, we find out more about what’s involved, and h…
 
The efforts of community music groups to carry out their important work have been thwarted by the pandemic. But an online mini conference, MC2 – convened and hosted by Sage Gateshead – gathered together experts including Drake Music, NYMAZ and the Children’s Society to offer much needed support and encouragement. In this episode, we hear from three…
 
In our final podcast episode of the year, we’re spending time with two north east artists who have made the most of the last 12 months, despite the lost gigs, lockdowns and setbacks: Martha Hill, who is appearing at the Sage Gateshead Christmas Cracker this Friday evening on a bill that includes Sam Fender and Royal Northern Sinfonia; and Darlingto…
 
In an age of technological disruption and digital streaming services. live music has been the once place where musicians could still hope to earn enough to follow their dream or calling.But since March, even that tap has been turned off, as coronavirus restrictions mean venues must remain closed or operate at low capacities.Lots of freelance musici…
 
In normal, non-pandemic times, the Music Education Centre inside Sage Gateshead is a busy hub of daily activity. For members of the Silver Programme classes for people over the age of 50, it’s also been a place for making friendships as well as music. We Zoom-called Silver programme member Christine Ogg to see how she’s been adapting, now that her …
 
Some of the north east’s best and most critically acclaimed artists will be headlining performances at Sage Gateshead over the next few weeks, as it welcomes back audiences for the first time since lockdown. Kathryn Tickell, Richard Dawson and the Royal Northern Sinfonia are just some of the big names on the Sage Live 2020 series of live gigs and c…
 
The long wait is almost over. Seven drawn-out months after lockdown restrictions forced it to close, Sage Gateshead is about to open its doors and arms again, to artists and audiences. This weekend sees the beginning of Sage Live 2020, a seven-week series of live performances in front of socially-distanced audiences inside the Sage Gateshead buildi…
 
A passion for preserving the local indigenous music of western Kenya has brought vocalist and nyatiti player Rapasa Otieno to the north east of England where he is one of Sage Gateshead’s four artists-in-residence. Rapasa, who released his debut album Tipona earlier this year, introduces us to the nyatiti instrument and explains what he hopes to ga…
 
He’s spent the last seven years touring the world, gaining an international reputation as house music DJ and record producer Man Power. But Geoff Kirkwood has now returned to the north east to be one of Sage Gateshead’s four artists-in residence with an ambitious project that involves orchestras, traditional Japanese singers and a couple of car fac…
 
Jayne Dent admits she "freaked out my mum a bit" when she discovered she was one of four musicians awarded a 10-month residency with Sage Gateshead. Performing as ME LOST ME, Jayne takes inspiration from folk, electronica, pop, noise and ambient music, combining her voice alongside a concertina, looper and sampler to create her unique, genre-defyin…
 
Joe Snape's musical career began with recording songs on his mum’s computer and flogging hand-painted CDs to friends at school. Now he's an artist-in-residence at Sage Gateshead, with ambitions to create an ensemble of classical and community musicians to play his "weird pop".저자 Sage Gateshead
 
Music journalist Claire Dupree, composer/arranger Fiona Brice and Sony record label exec Julie Weir give us a sneak preview of the advice they’ve been giving to the latest group of artists taking part in Sage Gateshead’s Summer Studios programme.저자 Sage Gateshead
 
🎧 Elliot Galvin is a gifted composer and pianist who is as comfortable performing with rock jazz group LedBib or quartet Dinosaur as he is solo. He keeps returning to the classic jazz trio; in this Backstage podcast throwback we find out why, and what it was like recording the trios newest vinyl where they recorded each side in a single take.…
 
🎧 North East comedian and poet Roisin Crowley Linton tells us how she chooses the right words for her poetry so that she gets her point across in the way she wants too. Poetry gives her away to share her opinions while making people laugh, and she hopes to inspire young people to take up poetry as a way to express their emotions.…
 
🎧 At the start of lockdown DJ Echo Juliet, who was supposed to perform at Gateshead Jazz 2020, took her set online and performed across the world from her living room. Ian talks to Emily about her musical journey, what has led her to DJing and just quite how much work went into performing remotely.저자 Sage Gateshead
 
Since lockdown, the Young Musicians Programme, or YMP, at Sage Gateshead has by necessity transferred online. This new version — YMP at Home — has enabled almost 180 students to enjoy one-to-one tuition each week via Microsoft Teams. Ian Wylie spoke with one of the music leaders and a couple of her students to see how YMP at Home is actually accele…
 
SK Shlomo has recorded with Bjork, jammed with Ed Sheeran and performed on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage. This lockdown he is working with children and young people and their parents and carers to teach them how to beatbox. Homeskool Beatbox Adventures is a weekly 30-minute interactive show that's live-streamed every Thursday at 2pm. Special guests s…
 
Holly’s folk music journey began when she attend the Folkworks Summer School. Since then she’s gone on to support Billy Bragg, star in Sage Gateshead’s New Year New Artists Festival and take part in a Summer Studios residency. She is currently Artist in Residence here at Sage Gateshead. Hear more about Holly Clarke’s journey in this podcast.…
 
To help celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2018, Royal Northern Sinfonia hosted a children’s birthday party featuring a special concert and the opportunity for children to try their hand at playing instruments. Ahead of the event, podcast presenter Ian Wylie tried to master a new instrument under the expert instruction of Royal Northern Sinfonia pri…
 
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