Ep. 90: Glee, Ryan Murphy, and innovation in music education; with Beth Slusher
Enhance Life with Music
Concerns over national budget cuts for the arts in public schools led to Give a Note’s formation by Ryan Murphy, Glee, and 20th Century Fox. Give a Note (GAN) recognizes and boosts music educators utilizing especially innovative strategies to engage students and benefit their communities outside traditional music curriculum. GAN’s initiatives advance programs that attract students not typically enrolled in music classes; make music education applicable to real world settings; and are sustainable and replicable in other school settings. Links and notes related to this episode can be found at https://mpetersonmusic.com/podcast/episode90 Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnhanceLifeMusic/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enhancelifemusic/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mpetersonpiano/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/musicenhances In-episode promo: License Your Music podcast https://www.licenseyourmusic.com/podcast
Ryan Murphy (@ryan_f_murphy) - 3-Time Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer
Sports Business Radio Podcast
Ryan Murphy (@ryan_f_murphy) - 3-Time Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer and world-record holder, joins Sports Business Radio to discuss his preparation for the Tokyo Olympics scheduled for this summer. Murphy shares details about his training regimen, and how the 1-year delay due to the pandemic has impacted him. As a graduate of University of California, Berkeley and the Haas School of Business, Murphy is well-versed when it comes to business and investing, so Murphy shares his thoughts on those topics as welll. And he tells us what his go to pre-race meal is - which might surprise you.Dr. Karen Gallagher, Senior Researcher from the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University joins us as part of our new ongoing segments with GSI to reveal the Institute’s findings around Sport. In this segment, we discuss the Rooney Rule and the NFL’s report card when it comes to hiring Head Coaches of color. Read the report at https://globalsportmatters.com.We also share all of the final numbers with you from Super Bowl LV, including TV and sports gambling numbers.Listen to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com.Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram @SportsBusinessRadio.NEW: Sports Business Radio merchandise is here! Order your high-quality short sleeve or long sleeve t-shirts at www.parishproject.com. Hooded sweatshirts are coming soon! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(Not So)Minisode 5: Has Ryan Murphy even been to Lima?
Recovering Gleek: A Glee Podcast
Ian and Lena put the 'not so' in (Not So)Mini as they talk about core theatre memories, cast the Glee kids as characters in High School Musical, and say what songs represent them.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/recoveringgleek/support
A Different Tweed: Fashion Conversations with Bronwyn Cosgrave
The 14-time Emmy Award nominated costume designer, Lou Eyerich, explains how she got her start working behind the scenes in the music industry before going on to costume Popular. This was the first series created by the “super-producer”, Ryan Murphy, in 1999. Eyerich reveals the craft and creative process of masterminding wardrobes evoking Murphy’s brand of inclusive storytelling and how, by 2018, he had appointed her to be a producer in charge of costumes for all of his productions. Eyerich recalls some of the great Ryan Murphy shows on which she has worked including American Crime Story: The Assasintaion of Gianni Versace, American Horror Story: Hotel - on which Naomi Campbell starred - plus assembling the wardrobe for Gwyneth Paltrow’s character, Georgina Hobart, on The Politician.
Returning guest and writer-producer-director-creator Ryan Murphy sat down with HFPA journalist Scott Orlin look back on his work in 2020, which included two documentaries, the TV series The Politician, two miniseries (Hollywood and Ratched), and the two movies The Boys in the Band and The Prom. They also dig into his first creative endeavor, singing in a choir club, the creative freedom his relationship with Netflix gives him, what draws him to the limited series format, and more.
Ryan Murphy a.k.a “The King of Backstroke,” is a multi-time Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder. At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Ryan came home with 3 Gold Medals (100/200 Backstroke, 400 Medley Relay) and broke Aaron Peirsol’s world record in the 100 Backstroke leading off the medley relay in a time of 51.85. Collegiately, Ryan swam four years at Cal Berkeley and was a dominant force at the NCAA Championships becoming one of four swimmers ever to win the 100 and 200 of a stroke four years in a row. Ryan dominated the backstroke events setting multiple NCAA records on his way to becoming one of the most decorated swimmers in NCAA history. Please enjoy our interview with Ryan as he discusses how he has let his passion for the sport of swimming (FAST!) push him to become one of the best to ever do it!