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Andrew Burn & Grace Newcombe
Surviving Classical Music
Ever wonder what a full-time, professionally-trained classical musician's life is really like? How do we get gigs and prepare for them? What do we eat for dinner if we haven't worked in a month (caviar, obvs.)?Join Andrew Burn and Grace Newcombe every Tuesday for a chat about what it's like living as a freelance musician, and how we got here in the first place.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 19 ratings
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@guilhermesbarroso via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 01/21/21
Andrew and Grace are fantastic hosts who generate very interesting conversations with their guests. Love the podcast!
violoncellesanciens via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/18/20
It’s one of the few podcasts targeted to professional musicians, but also for anyone interested in classical music. Andrew and Grace talk about their experience as performers funnily and entertainingly, without losing sight of relevant issues in music that doesn’t seem to be talked about. Hugely...Read full review »
Fábio Benites via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/21/19
Recent Episodes
Published 01/18/22
Today Mara and Andrew discuss their hair situation, why "historical performance is killing classical music", the word authenticity, and much, much more! for your viewing (dis)pleasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqfRnRsW7gQ Watch this episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/n1o9Rwcsugs Our...
Published 01/18/22
This week Mara and Andrew discuss concerts in the Metaverse, NFTs (again!?), the dearth of reading material in classical music publications, "why I ended my career in classical music", Sci-Fi, and much, much more! Watch this episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/8Gr4Gv6aG80 Our...
Published 01/11/22
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