Retro Re-Release #2 - Bass Trombonist David Taylor - Part 2
Divergent Paths with Dan Dunford
This week is Part 2 of my 2016 interview with bass trombone legend David Taylor. We jump in on his recording projects, teaching philosophies and artistic influence. As always, Dave is excellent. Check out my Patreon for more stuff and to *bats eyelashes* support the show :) : patreon.com/divergentpathspod
TBJ169 features NYC Bass Trombone Legend Dave Taylor on his amazing career and playing with some of the biggest names in classical and jazz music. Become a Patron ► https://www.patreon.com/thebrassjunkies/ Show Notes ► https://www.pedalnotemedia.com/the-brass-junkies-podcast/ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/pray4jens/ Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pray4jens/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/pray4jens The Brass Junkies is hosted by Andrew Hitz and Lance LaDuke and is produced by Will Houchin for Pedal Note Media https://www.pedalnotemedia.com/ #TheBrassJunkies #BassTrombone #DaveTaylor
Retro Re-Release #1 - Bass Trombonist David Taylor - Part 1
Divergent Paths with Dan Dunford
It's a Pre-Launch Party! While the official re-launch of Divergent Paths won't come until later this month, we are having previews. Or a soft open. Or whatever you want to call it. Originally from ewarly 2016, this interview is from my first run of Divergent Paths. And it is great. David Taylor is one of the most legendary bass trombonists to ever pick up the instrument. He's played with everyone from Sinatra to Boulez to Duke Ellington to Thad Jones to the New York Philharmonic. And given solo recitals all around the world. And commissioned hundreds of pieces while pushing the envelope of trombone playing every chance he gets. Give it a listen. And come back next week for Part 2!
Rebecca Murray & David Taylor: How to balance property investing and running successful businesses
Property Pals Podcast
In this weeks episode, we have invited David Taylor and Rebecca Murray to the studio. They are talking us through the key points of running a successful business alongside investing in property. They are also sharing their hints, tips, do's and don'ts on forming a JV as well as sharing some really interesting case studies. We know a lot of people have been looking forward to this episode, so we hope you enjoy! Contact:Instagram:@rebeccamurrayoriginal@davidtaylororiginalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Taylor is an American freestyle and graduated folkstyle wrestler who currently competes at 86 kilograms. A three–time US National Champion (six–time finalist), two–time World Cup champion, three–time Pan American champion, and the 2018 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion, Taylor became the 2018 World Champion, notably defeating 2016 Olympic gold medalist and returning World Champion from Iran Hassan Yazdani in the first round. Taylor also had a decorated college career at Penn State as two–time NCAA Division I National Champion, four-time Big Ten Conference champion and two-time Dan Hodge Trophy winner.
102. Presence and Practices: The Church After Covid, with Ahmi Lee and David Taylor
Spiritual Life and Leadership
This episode is the second part of a four-part series exploring the "Church After Covid." In this conversation, Fuller Seminary professors Ahmi Lee and David Taylor, focus on both the need for embodied presence in our lives and ministry as we return to life after Covid, and the importance of spiritual practices to help us stay grounded as we make that transition.THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:Dr. Ahmi Lee is Assistant Professor of Preaching at Fuller Theological Seminary.Dr. David Taylor is Associate Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary.David Taylor notes two things that he learned during the pandemic. First, our bodies matter; our embodied presence matters. Second, fractures in our culture don’t happen overnight.Ahmi Lee discusses the fragility of life that became so clear during the pandemic. But recognizing our fragility has also taught us to be present with one another.It’s important for us to not romanticize the past.Ahmi Lee considers the way the act of preaching was affected by the pandemic.David Taylor says churches should continue to think about how digital media can help fulfill the mission of the church. Because of digital media, many who couldn’t attend church were able to participate for the first time in a long time.At the same time, the church should explore how to live more fully into embodied relationships.Church leaders need to ask God to teach us how to do less so we can be truly present to each other.We’re not creative or adaptive enough to face all the changes in a rapidly changing world. What we need more than ever is to be grounded.Ahmi Lee has found strength in the old spiritual practices.Surrender and trust are what Ahmi Lee has learned most during the pandemic.David Taylor has discovered, during the pandemic, how addicted he is to productivity and achievement. RELEVANT RESOURCES AND LINKS:Ahmi Lee:Fuller Seminary Faculty Profile PageDavid Taylor:https://www.wdavidotaylor.com/Church Leadership Institutehttps://depree.org/church/Facebook pageReviews help listeners find this podcast. To leave a review of Spiritual Life and Leadership:Click HERE.Click on the link that says, "Listen on Apple Podcasts."In the window that opens, click the button that says, "Open Link." This will open iTunes.To the right of the Spiritual Life and Leadership logo, click "Ratings and Reviews."Under the heading, "Customer Reviews," click on the button that says, "Write a Review."Select the number of stars and write your review.Click submit.Thank you!
This week Seb and Verity get some much needed advice and inspiration from arts entrepreneur and marketing consultant, David Taylor. David’s work has seen him consulting many of the UK’s top orchestras and performers but never has he had such a difficult task as trying to sort out this pair.....David chats about setting up Yorkshire Young Sinfonia and leading it to huge success, reaching an audience of 7.5 million in just 4 years and featuring in the BBC documentary ‘Birth Of An Orchestra’. They discuss how orchestras have embraced the digital age and how they are finding ways to survive Covid. Seb and Verity try to get their heads around branding and optimal use of social media - mediums such as Clubhouse are thrown around...you know Clubhouse? Them neither. David talks about his early days as a cocktail waiter/bingo caller/cello teacher, working in Jerusalem, Philharmonia Gin (it’s a thing!) and being on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. There’s a first mention on the podcast for Paul Pogba and a delightful rendition of ‘Oh Little Town of Bethlehem’. Just another standard Three In A Bar outing!Learn more about David Taylor at https://www.david-taylor.orgYou can follow David on Twitter (@davidtaylor_uk) Instagram (@davidtaylor_uk) and Facebook (davidtaylormusicuk)REFERENCED IN OUR CHAT:‘Birth of an Orchestra’ Radio 4 documentary https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b069rv9wForbes 30 under 30 list 2018 https://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-Europe/2018/#Wine Library TV https://tv.winelibrary.com/about/Esther Abrami https://www.estherabrami.com/New World Symphony Orchestra https://www.nws.edu/about/Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra https://bsolive.com/Peter McKinnon’s YouTube channel https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC3DkFux8Iv-aYnTRWzwaiBAThe Defiant Ones https://www.netflix.com/watch/80214552?source=35THREE IN A BAR ON THE SOCIALSYou can follow Three In a Bar on Instagram @threeinabarpodhttps://www.instagram.com/threeinabarpod/We are on Twitter @threeinabarpod https://www.twitter.com/threeinabarpodEMAIL US!Anything you’d like to share with us? Any guests you’d love to hear or anything you’d like us to do better? Drop us a line at email@example.comSUPPORT THREE IN A BAR ON PATREONThis show is purely funded by our patrons. Join our Members’ Club for a bonus podcast feed plus many more rewards.Click here: https://www.patreon.com/threeinabarMEZZO PIANO PATRONSLeonie HirstAnita Philpott Click here to join the Members' Club on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.