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Ben Parry

9 Podcast Episodes

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Ben Parry of Catbite

Bass to Bass Podcast

On this episode of the Bass to Bass Podcast, I talked to Ben Parry of Catbite. We talk about his mentality when it comes to bass playing and how Ben makes decisions on how he's feeling at the time. We talk Catfite and Ben's role in recording and engineering. Mikey Way from MCR influenced Ben to buy a bass? This was pre "Nice One" album announcement, and you can hear Ben talk a little bit about the LP and upcoming plans for the year!Buy Catbite's latest album "Nice One"! https://catbite.bandcamp.com/album/nice-oneFollow Catbite on instagram: https://instagram.com/catbitebandCheck out Tubey Frank on Instagram: https://instagram.com/tubeyfrank---Follow Jacob!Instagram.com/skaxdadtwitter.com/skaxdadtwitch.tv/skaxdadskaxdad.comFollow my band, Young Costello!youngcostello.comfacebook.com/youngcostelloinstagram.com/youngcostellotxtwitter.com/Young Costello

22mins

15 Aug 2021

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Colonialism, capitalism and patriarchy drive the climate crisis: Dr Ben Parry

Climate Conversations

Ben Parry (pictured) gave a stirring introduction to the latest webinar staged by Global Tapestry of Alternatives. Dr Parry who is a senior lecturer and course leader at Curatorial Practice said colonialism, capitalism and patriarchy were the antecedents of the climate crisis and continued to be the drivers. Listen to "Music for a Warming World".Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/climateconversations

16mins

11 May 2021

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Interview with Ben Parry

The Bythlon Podcast

Bythlon has arrived in the UK. The clipless pedal system that doesn't lock you in, but engages you with your bike for a better cycling experience.   But how important is a good pedal system? And can it genuinely enhance the cycling experience for everyone, from those travelling Europe to those just travelling to work??   To find out more, we spoke to the Bythlon UK Partner, Ben Parry.   www.bythlon.co.uk

15mins

25 Nov 2020

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Not Topic #5 Seb Wright + Ben parry + Matty

Not Topic

Listen to Matty talk to two good friends Seb and Ben. Both rappers and their stuff can be found on Spotify. Enjoy xxxxx

1hr 33mins

15 Nov 2020

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Ep 12A: Composting- Interview with Ben Parry, CEO of Compost Crew on compost collection

Talk Green to Me

Your food scraps can be more than just waste, they can be recycled! We interview Ben Parry, CEO of Compost Crew who talks to us about the full cycle of compositing starting with collection. Join us to learn about how food and other organic waste from your home can avoid landfill and be turned into useful materials such as soil amendment. We also learn about steps you can take to get started with composting and involved in reducing waste to do better for earth!

23mins

4 Sep 2020

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38. Multi-Faceted Musicianship with Ben Parry

Choir Baton

Anyone else get as excited as I do when you hear choral music in mainstream media? When Coldplay released their 2019 album Everyday Life, I was captivated by the song "When I Need a Friend." Fast forward several months and I was lucky enough to sit down with Ben Parry, conductor of that track sung by London Voices. Ben is a conductor, composer, arranger, singer and producer. Former member of the Swingle Singers (his daughter now sings with the ensemble) and collaborator with hundreds of choral and "light music" projects, Ben is a world-renown musician who continues to make music for a variety of different age groups and experiences in a variety of different styles. In addition to his work with London Voices, Ben is the Assistant Director of Music and Bye-Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and the Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain. He has made well over 100 CD recordings and his compositions and arrangements are published by Oxford University Press, Peters Edition and Faber Music. His latest album: The Hours just released and is available to listen here. #MorePeopleSingingChoir Baton Host: Beth Philemon | Choir Baton Podcast Producer: Maggie HemedingerFor more information on Choir Baton please visit choirbaton.com and to follow us on Instagram @choirbaton @bethphilemonMusic by: Scott HolmesTo join the Choir Baton Teaching Membership or for more information, go here. To receive the weekly Choir Baton Weekly Letter, sign-up here. 

1hr 1min

25 May 2020

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Ep 17 - The Life of a Creative Director at RPM Clothing w/ Ben Parry

OneUp Project

Ben took us through his day-to-day and how he came to be a creative director! He also gives us insight on keeping a brand unique in what could be a saturated market!⠀For all you creatives or people who have followed RPM since your first trip to Amazon (surely that’s not just me 😜) this one is for you!⠀I really enjoyed our convo and think you guys will love it too! Subscribe or follow to be notified! 🤩

23mins

15 Apr 2020

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064: The Instrument Inside You, with Ben Parry (National Youth Choirs)

Musicality Now

Today we’re speaking with Ben Parry, the Artistic Director of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain - but as you’ll hear that’s just one of many musical roles he has, including formerly being a singer and arranger with the world-famous a cappella group The Swingle Singers, and directing the London Voices choir which has performed on many of the Hollywood film soundtracks that we all know and love. We recently had the pleasure of attending a workshop Ben presented at the London A Cappella Festival and he had such a great way of getting people of all ability levels quickly singing some quite complex music, we knew we had to invite him onto the show to share his ideas with you. In this conversation we discuss: • His own journey from classical church music to cabaret and a cappella, and how it’s all informed the way he helps people sing now. • Why having a choir get their tuning from a piano can be a really bad idea. • The pros and cons of using intervals versus using scale degrees (such as solfa or note numbers) Ben is clearly a man who has thought deeply about singing in all forms and brings his unique experience and perspective to all his roles to the benefit of his singers. We loved having the opportunity to pick his brains, and whatever kind of singer you might be - whether you’re a vocal pro or just do karaoke at the pub, or you sing with your local choir or in a barbershop group, or you’re only willing to sing in the shower but you wish you could do more - we know you’re going to really enjoy this episode. Subscribe For Future Episodes! Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | RSS Full Show Notes and Transcript: Episode 064 Links and Resources • Ben’s website • Swingle Singers • Eton Choral Courses • Choir with No Name • The Choir of King’s College • National Youth Choirs of Great Britain Enjoying the show? Please consider rating and reviewing it! Click here to rate and review

52mins

17 Apr 2018

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18: Bate-papo com Ben Parry Davies

Sproutly Podcast - Educação Bilíngue para Todos

Neste episódio do Sproutly Podcast conversamos com Ben Parry Davies, um britânico que reside no Brasil, é professor de Inglês há quase trinta anos e autor de best sellers sobre ensino e aprendizagem de língua inglesa. Algumas de suas obras mais conhecidas são "Fale Bem inglês", "Como entender o Inglês falado" e "O ABC do Inglês".

13mins

14 Sep 2016