Hey yall! I’m back with another Sweet Tea Sunday episode. I hope this episode finds you guys doing well and doing what best for you! Today I have a special guest join me today. Today we talk about the dynamics of a relationship and our perspective of what makes a relationship flow.
This week Ash+Avi sat down with Baritone Roderick Williams! Support us: www.patreon.com/AAOPERA www.aaoperapod.com Stay in touch : @AAOperaPod email@example.com IG: @aaoperapod Facebook: Twitter:--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aa-opera/support
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Welcome back to the second episode of Diva Download, a new podcast interviewing stars of the opera world. Today, Sophie and Indyana continue their chat with the charming British baritone, Roderick Williams OBE. In part 2, we discuss the extraordinary experiences of playing sadists, murderers and seducers on the stage, 'diva-like' behaviour, preparing huge song cycles and 10 fun Quick-Fire Questions. Please rate, review and subscribe on your favourite listening platform! To get in touch, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lockdown chats: Alexandra Wood with Roderick Williams
City of London Sinfonia
In the first of her 'Lockdown chats', Leader and Creative Director Alexandra Wood talks to singer and composer Roderick Williams OBE about what he's missing and filling his time with during lockdown.Credit excerpts: 'The Lark Ascending' (Vaughan Williams), performed by Alexandra Wood in 'Comfortable Classical at Home' episode three on Facebook.
Welcome to the first episode of Diva Download, a new podcast interviewing stars of the opera world. Today, Sophie and Indyana are joined by the charming British baritone, Roderick Williams OBE. In part 1, we discuss all sorts - from performance anxiety to perfectionism, with a few hilarious stories to boot. To get in touch, email email@example.com
Jackie Kay, Roderick Williams, Killing Eve Season 3 and C Pam Zhang
Leading baritone Roderick Williams was halfway through an ENO run of Anthony Minghella’s production of Puccini's Madame Butterfly at the London Coliseum when it was closed due to the coronavirus. Now at home under lockdown, he joins us to for a special live performance of The Toreador’s Song from Bizet's Carmen in a rather different setting – on Skype from his kitchen.Scots Makar Jackie Kay on a new international poetry project, WRITE where we are NOW, which is inviting poets across the world to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic. It was launched today by Carol Ann Duffy and the Manchester Writing School. After Season Two divided critics, Mik Scarlet reviews Season Three of smash hit spy-action thriller Killing Eve. The story sees two fiercely intelligent women, equally obsessed with each other, go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse.C Pam Zhang's debut novel How Much of These Hills is Gold is about the gold rush in the American West. It focuses on the missing stories of American history - of the thousands of Chinese Americans who came to build the railroads and to work in its mines. C Pam Zhang joins us from her home in San Francisco.We pay tribute to the French chanteur Christophe, who has died, by playing his first single from 1965, Aline. Producer : Dymphna FlynnPresenter : Samira AhmedSound Engineer: Matilda Macari