Con Fuoco: A Podcast about Classical Music and its Future

A podcast by Daniel Cho


31 Episodes

  1. How can classical music confront its own history of exclusion? with Dr. Philip Ewell (Season Finale)

    Published: 4/21/2021
  2. Should understanding the body be a priority in music education? with Vanessa Mulvey (Rebroadcast)

    Published: 4/14/2021
  3. What are the characteristics of a strong organization in classical music? with Simon Woods

    Published: 4/7/2021
  4. How does music affect the human brain? with Dr. Nina Kraus

    Published: 3/31/2021
  5. Why is a lack of diversity harmful to classical music? with Afa Dworkin (Rebroadcast)

    Published: 3/24/2021
  6. What defines a successful partnership between performer and composer? with Ben Yee-Paulson

    Published: 3/10/2021
  7. How can classical musicians be effective collaborators with others? with Ming Luke

    Published: 3/3/2021
  8. How can classical musicians encourage healthy relationships with one another? with Liana Branscome

    Published: 2/24/2021
  9. Do classical musicians really understand our own history? with Jan Swafford

    Published: 2/10/2021
  10. Does the field of classical music focus enough attention on its audiences? Pt. 2 with Donato Cabrera

    Published: 2/3/2021
  11. What direction will the next generation of musicians take us? with Julian Loida

    Published: 1/27/2021
  12. Is musical interpretation objective or subjective? with Francesco Lecce-Chong

    Published: 1/20/2021
  13. What are elements of effective teaching in classical music? with Dr. Sharon J. Paul

    Published: 1/13/2021
  14. How can classical musicians actively encourage confidence and happiness in their lives? with Kiyoshi Hayashi

    Published: 1/6/2021
  15. How can classical musicians think more creatively about our art form? with Andrew Ousley

    Published: 12/23/2020
  16. How can classical musicians balance their identities as people and as musicians? with Lainie Fefferman

    Published: 12/16/2020
  17. How can classical musicians keep their passion alive? with Joseph Conyers

    Published: 12/9/2020
  18. Why does music theory and analysis today feel so separate from performance? with Dr. Stephen Rodgers

    Published: 12/2/2020
  19. What will the next period of classical music look like? with Jessie Montgomery

    Published: 11/18/2020
  20. What makes a piece of music special? with Hub New Music

    Published: 11/11/2020

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Con Fuoco is a podcast about the field of classical music and its future. The objective of the podcast is to discuss the current state of the field of classical music and where it is headed in the future. Each episode will center around one question regarding our world of classical music, which I discuss with a guest who I believe can offer insight and answers into each subject and its future. The aim of this podcast is not to answer these questions, but to spark conversations about who we are. This podcast is meant to utilize our greatest strength as human beings - the ability to share and discuss information and use our unified ideas to better our communities. Con Fuoco can be found on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. This podcast is hosted by conductor and violinist, Daniel Cho. Daniel is currently based in Oregon and serves as Conducting Fellow of the Eugene Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the Oregon Mozart Players and Eugene Opera. If there is a question you would like to submit, a guest you would like to see on the show, or if you would like to discuss anything on the show, please email at [email protected] Thank you for listening!