The Flying Surgeons | Robert Franz, Metro North Hospital and Health Service
Clinical Excellence Showcase
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Join Billy "BJ" Jones for a conversation with Robert Franz on Wednesday, 9/30/20, from 7-8 p.m. EST. Robert Franz is a military veteran. But there is more to the man in the uniform. He's funny and creative. He's a proud father of a teenage son. Billy welcomes back Robert for a reunion episode; they celebrate Veterans Day and discuss other, pop culture topics. To reach BJ or Robert during the live podcast, call 347-539-5372 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Franz: Tapping Into Creativity That Sets You Apart In The Marketplace
What you'll hear: - Creating a digital concert series - what that looks like and how his orchestra is making it a complete experience - Robert's take on being an assistant conductor... and how it can be a special position in it's own right, not just a stepping-stone - What it was like to conduct the Cleveland Orchestra in a duck costume (yes you read that right!) - How to build a following around something YOU created and what that can do for your future opportunities Find out more about Robert's activities HERE Subscribe to Robert's YouTube Channel and share his childrens' music videos with the kids in your life: https://www.youtube.com/user/RobertFranzConductor Online Empire Blueprint starts OCTOBER 14th! Don't miss this round of the program... this is the last round of my group program in 2020. Start 2021 off right by building your audience and creating new powerful income streams. https://www.crushingclassical.com/onlineempireblueprint Book your discovery call HERE
118- Active listening and bringing live music to children with Robert Franz
The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education
Robert Franz joins me on the podcast to talk about his experience being a director and a conductor and how he is passionate about bringing live music to kids. He also discusses why active listening is so important and shares ways he goes about doing this with kids through in person concerts and while kids are at home learning. Acclaimed conductor, Robert Franz, recognized as “an outstanding musician with profound intelligence,” has held to three principles throughout his career: a commitment to the highest artistic standards, to creating alliances and building bridges in each community he serves, and a dedication to being a strong force in music education. As Music Director of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival Orchestra, Associate Conductor of the Houston Symphony, and newly appointed Artistic Advisor of the Boise Baroque Orchestra, he has achieved success through his focus on each of these principles. You can find out more about Robert and his amazing work at robertfranz.com. You can connect with Robert on social media here: On Facebook On Instagram Check out these links as well: The Stella's Magical, Musical Balloon Ride series Robert's TEDx talk about active listening Join the Elementary Music Teacher Community Facebook group to continue the conversation. I'd love for you to leave a rating and a review of the podcast on I-tunes, be sure to share the podcast with any music teacher friends who would find it helpful and be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook.
Active Listening through Storytelling and Classical Music with Robert Franz
Show Notes: Robert Franz Website Stella's Magical Musical Balloon Ride Robert Franz Bio: Acclaimed conductor, Robert Franz, recognized as "an outstanding musician with profound intelligence," has held to three principles throughout his career: a commitment to the highest artistic standards, to creating alliances and building bridges in each community he serves, and a dedication to being a strong force in music education. As Music Director of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival Orchestra, Associate Conductor of the Houston Symphony, and newly appointed Artistic Advisor of the Boise Baroque Orchestra, he has achieved success through his focus on each of these principles. His appeal as a first-rate conductor and enthusiastic award-winning educator is acclaimed by critics, composers, and audiences of all ages. Composer Bright Sheng praised Franz for his "extremely musical and passionate approach towards music making." Franz is in increasing demand as a guest conductor, whose upcoming and recent engagements include appearances with orchestras in Austin, Buffalo, Fort Worth, Winston-Salem, Reno, and Opera Idaho. Additional recent guest conducting appearances include the Cleveland Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, North Carolina Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, and Italy's Orchestra da Camera Fiorentinas. Franz is equally comfortable and effective coaching more than 50 student orchestras each season. His versatility has led to collaborations with a wide array of artists, including James Galway, Joshua Bell, Rachel Barton Pine, Chris Botti, Idina Menzel, and Judy Collins. An eloquent speaker, Franz recently presented a TEDx Talk entitled Active Listening and Our Perception of Time. In his eighth season as Music Director with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Franz was recognized by the Windsor Endowment for the Arts with its Arts Leadership Award. Highlights of the 2019/2020 season include a presentation of Madama Butterfly in concert and Canadian composer Tobin Stokes' Symphony No. 3 'The Piper.' Recent collaborations include the Windsor International Film Festival, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor Public Library, Canadian Historical Aviation Association, and the University of Windsor. Franz serves as Artistic Director of the Boise Baroque Orchestra, which will include collaborations with Opera Idaho in a semi-staged performance of Handel's Acis and Galatea featuring Grammy Award winning tenor, Karim Sulayman, the Boise the High School Chamber Orchestra and the Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale. Under his leadership, the orchestra will undertake its first ever commercial recording project of Classical Oboe Concerti for Centaur Records featuring rising star oboist Bhavani Kotha. This season Franz celebrates his 13th year as Associate Conductor of the Houston Symphony where he was recently honored as the first member of the orchestra conducting staff with the Raphael Fliegel Award for Visionary Leadership. It was presented to him in recognition of his immense success in advancing the organization's education and community engagement activities. As Founder and Music Director of the Idaho Orchestra Institute, now in its fourth year, Franz takes young musicians on an exploration of major orchestral repertoire that explores the complete musician. In addition to his current posts, Franz served as Music Director of the Boise Philharmonic from 2008-2016, and the Mansfield Symphony (OH) from 2003-2010. When not on the podium he can be found on the slopes, skiing slowly and carefully, stretching in a yoga class, and non-competitively trying his hardest to win at a game of cards with his family. Afternoon Ti Blog Instagram - @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Music Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
#9: Why continue with classical music during COVID-19? Conductor, Robert Franz explains.
The April Anderson Show
In this interview, April speaks with Windsor Symphony Orchestra / Houston Symphony Orchestra, conductor, Robert Franz about why classical music is more important than ever before. With classical concerts and concert seasons being cancelled due to COVID-19, there's no better time to talk about how this art form enriches our hearts, and emotional lives. Robert explains how the classical world is coping during a time of extreme stress. Enjoy! To listen or advertise go to: aprilandersonshow.com
98: Robert Franz & Daniel Wiley, Windsor Symphony Orchestra
Straight Outta Windsor
The Windsor Symphony Orchestra has been part of the cultural fabric of our community since 1947, inspiring thousands of audience members a year. At the front of the orchestra is Assistant Conductor Daniel Wiley and Music Director, Maestro Robert Franz. Follow Robert on:Twitter - @maestrofranzFacebook - @RobertFranz Follow Daniel on:Facebook - @DanielWiley windsorsymphony.com Follow me on:Twitter - @thatwindsorshowInstagram - @bordercitynetworkFacebook - @Straight Outta Windsor bordercitynetwork.com
Robert Franz, who is having a homecoming of sorts, is among the candidates for the Winston-Salem Symphony's search for its next music director. Raised in Davidson, he studied music at North Carolina School of the Arts. He speaks about the concert program, as well as the experience with building partnerships and youth education that he could bring to the music director position. Learn more about Robert Franz Conducting Rachmaninoff
BJ Speaks: An Interview with Robert Franz, Military Veteran
Everyday Folks Radio
Join Billy Jones for another segment of BJ Speaks: An interview with... This week he interviews military veteran and friend Robert Franz. It's been more than a year since Rob's first interview. What makes Rob tick? Where does he get that unique sense of humor? Even when things get rough, Rob finds a way to see the lighter side of things, using humor and wit. Listen as Rob shares updates on his life, answers listeners' questions, and receives a roast of roasts from people who know love and know him most. If you wish to speak to Billy or Robert during the live broadcast, please call 347-539-5372 or email your questions, comments or requests to email@example.com. This podcast will be available in iTunes within 24 hours after the live broadcast.