CGC 027 : Behind the scenes of the CGC Podcast

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CGC 027 : Behind the scenes of the CGC Podcast

Happy birthday to the podcast! We made it through the first year and I hope there are many more years to come of classical guitar interviews, lessons, discussions ideas and inspiration. Thank you for listening.

Let me know your favorite moments from the podcast in the comments below:

2016-05-09T17:36:26+00:00 5 Comments

5 Comments

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    John Van Dyck May 9, 2016 at 4:43 am - Reply

    Hi Simon,

    I wonder if it is possible to do an interview with Greg Pikler? He was my first teacher in Sydney long before he took up any academic position and would be in a marvellous position to comment on the development of CG pedagogy and teaching over the years at least in Australia. Not sure if he is still well and teaching etc

    Best regards,

    John

  2. Wilson May 9, 2016 at 8:09 pm - Reply

    Hey Simon,

    Congratulations on reaching the first anniversary of your podcast! My, how time flies. :) Look forward to listening to future episodes for many years to come!

    Cheers,
    Wilson

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    Linda Tsardakas May 10, 2016 at 7:24 pm - Reply

    Happy Birthday, Podcast!

    For me, these podcasts are a chance to sit back and relax, to listen and learn, to smile and appreciate. I’ve listened to each and every one of them. Thank you Simon.
    I’m looking forward to your future episodes.
    Best wishes,
    Linda

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    vastra May 13, 2016 at 1:55 pm - Reply

    Congratulations, Simon! I’ve started listening to these while I work (work from home as an IT consultant) and have found it so relaxing and have learned so much. It’s been so interesting listening to some of my “guitar heroes” and other professionals in the classical music world overall.

    I also have to say that listening to you and Evita ALWAYS makes me smile – you two are so cute together! But you also have a great way of discussing a topic together and move it along in a smooth, progressive way.

    So, THANKS! Keep up the great work!
    Vince

  5. Collee Dixon May 13, 2016 at 3:02 pm - Reply

    Really look forward to your podcasts. Always insightful. Your process creating podcasts is intertwine as well. You are well connected and very self possessed.

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