Jennifer Johnston on Munich, Liverpool & when the music stopped
The Gramophone podcast
Jennifer Johnston has just appeared, as Waltraute, on the new BR-Klassik recording of Wagner's Die Walküre conducted by Sir Simon Rattle. She talks to James Jolly about her decade-long association with the Bavarian State Opera and its Generalmusikdirektor, Kirill Petrenko; about music in her home city of Liverpool; and memories of Christa Ludwig with whom she studied as a student. Gramophone Podcasts are presented in association with Wigmore Hall.
46. In conversation with Mezzo-Soprano Jennifer Johnston
From the Producer's Office
Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnston joins the podcast to talk about her recent work on Bitesize Proms (a series of mini-proms showcasing world class talent), and Notes from Musicians Kitchens (a collection of recipes from musicians, in aid of Help Musicians UK). She also discusses her career, and what it was like growing up as a young singer with a big voice.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with Opera Holland Park’s Director of Opera, James Clutton. In conversation with creatives and collaborators across the industry, we explore the process of putting opera on stage, and how the artists involved approach their craft.
This week we Ash+Avi got chatting with Mezzo-Contralto Jennifer Johnston! We talking singing, life as a singer, and food... you might be a bit hungry by the end. Links: AA Opera Links @AAOperaPod email@example.com Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Jennifer Johnston www.jenniferjohnstonmezzo.com www.askonasholt.co.uk @jjohnstonmezzo (Instagram, FB, Twitter) Bite Size Proms www.bitesizeproms.co.uk @bitesizeproms (Instagram, FB, Twitter) Notes from Musicians Kitchens' www.notesfrommusicianskitchens.com @NotesfromMusiciansKitchens (Instagram, FB, Twitter) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aa-opera/support
MODELING 101 in AUSTIN TX - w/ Jennifer Johnston - Ep. 006
Austins Laundry - A Local Story
Join this Austin's Laundry Episode to meet Jennifer, Model and Actress for some of the biggest Companies in the U.S. After 10-years of experience Jen taught us a lot about the 'Ups & Downs' in the Industry, and how to stay true to yourself. Listen to what she has to say about blending Acting and Modeling, and how Austin can be an awesome area to grow into! Follow her Work: @_magicjohnston_ www.thejenniferjohnston.com/ Austin’s Laundry is a series podcasts that gives the inside scoop on our city's impressive creative & local business scene. Stories of success told from entrepreneurs and creatives alike. Join us in discovering what makes Austin so damn influential! Follow Austin's Laundry on Social Media: ➤ Instagram: @austinslaundry ➤ Anchor: http://anchor.fm/austinslaundry Subscribe here: Follow my work: ➣ Elliot's IG: @elliotjamesatx ➤ Bizz Page: https://pureapartmentlocating.com/ ➣ Bizz IG: @Pureaptlocating_atx FTC: This video is not sponsored Music by | Zenko #Austinmodel #Austinpodcast #AustinTexas #model #SuccessStories
How Salesforce Drives Employer Brand Through Culture, with Jennifer Johnston
Employer Branding Podcast
Tech companies and corporate culture - do they mix? Uber, Google, Amazon seem to have a few issues. We decided to speak with Jennifer Johnston who is the Head of Global Employer Branding & Recruitment Marketing at Salesforce.Questions for Jennifer:Who are you and what do you do?The tech industry has had a few run-ins with corporate culture lately, how would you describe the culture at Salesforce?The company has a very outspoken leader in Marc Benioff - does he set the tone?What are the talent challenges for Salesforce?What is the EVP/people promise of Salesforce?How do you break this down into pillars?How do you communicate and activate this?What initiatives are you particularly proud of?How do you measure ROI? What ROI can you share with us?What are your top 3 tips to employer brand managers?What pitfalls should they avoid?What companies are doing it right?What’s the next big thing?Where can people connect with you?Get the full picture at http://employerbrandingpodcast.com
Welcome to the Irish Times Book Club podcast for June 2017.If this is your first time listening, you might be wondering how this works.Each month we run a series of articles on irishtimes.com on a chosen author. And at the end of each month we hold a public interview with that author at The Irish Writer's Centre on Parnell Square here in Dublin. It's free to attend. This month our chosen author is Jennifer Johnston. Jennifer's first novel The Captains and the Kings was published in 1972 when she was 42. Her latest work, Naming the Stars, a haunting tale of love, loss and memory, which was published by Tinder Press last year.Literary Correspondent Eileen Battersby interviewed Jennifer at The Irish Writer's Centre. Check irishtimes.com for information about upcoming Book Club events.
Acclaimed Irish writer, Jennifer Johnston, joins Róisín Ingle this week to talk about her latest novel, Naming the Stars. Johnston is happy with the book, which she says is “rather good”. On the Róisín Meets podcast, she says writing again at the age of 86 feels like she is “winning”. She also talks about her life growing up in Dublin, writing the ‘great Irish novel’ and the joys of her grandchildren.