Mitarbeiter, die über sehr gute Kommunikationseigenschaften verfügen, sind heute gefragter denn je. Vom ersten Tag an eröffnet sich eine Vielzahl an Möglichkeiten für dich, grafici Forex gratuiti deine fachlichen und sozialen Kompetenzen zu stärken. Perfekte Warenkunde und der richtige Umgang mit Menschen lernst du in diesem Lehrberuf. Schnuppertag deine Leidenschaft für diesen Beruf!
Earlier this year I got to work with the outstanding food journalist Chris Nuttall-Smith on the pilot for a new CBC podcast. It’s a nerdy, quirky deep dive into everyday food. Each episode chows down on one food phenomenon, revealing the unexpected cultural ingredients. Part science, part business, part psychology.
I think it’s great, and I’m not just saying that because I helped produce it. Music has always been used to help us tell stories. But music also tells its own stories. I’ve been working hard on this along with Denise Ball, the executive producer of In Concert.
On the previous seasons of the Signature Series, you met personalities based on the major and minor key signatures. On Orchestral Tales, you’ll meet vivid characters inspired by the instruments of the orchestra. Friday for the next ten weeks, starting on Friday, January 6th. There are few places right now that have the electricity and the energy that is flowing through the city of Shanghai. Perhaps you’ve seen pictures of the incredible skyline that’s sprung up in record time. It’s futuristic and sleek: right out of a science fiction movie.
If there is a place to be in the 21st century, it feels like it’s on the streets of Shanghai. In 2015, I was lucky enough to attend the Shanghai Spring International Music Festival at the behest of the WFMT Radio Network. On Shanghai Spring, you’ll get a front row seat at the Shanghai Spring Festival and get a look at bustling Shanghai in all its glory. You’ll also be transported to rip-roaring, cosmopolitan 1920s Shanghai, when the seeds of Western classical music began to take hold in China. Part 1 airs this Sunday on my CBC Radio 2 show, In Concert, and you can also hear it here.
The Nerve: Music and the Human Experience. This month, Radio New Zealand National is rebroadcasting The Nerve in its entirety, on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm New Zealand time. That’s 5pm Pacific time and 8pm Eastern time in North America on Fridays and Saturdays. You can listen at those times HERE.
Music is found in every culture worldwide. It’s our constant companion, from birth through childhood, love, marriage and death. But does it really have a purpose? And why does it have such power over our hearts and minds?
A gallery featuring images from 20 of the 24 keys personified in the Signature Series. Graphics designed by Ben Didier of CBC Music. The Prix Italia is one of the most coveted awards in broadcasting in the world. In a series of 5 minute programmes the listener is invited to discover how particular musical key signatures have been used by composers over the centuries to define certain specific human characteristics. The jury found that this was an innovative and simple format that was extremely effective in helping to bring new listeners to classical music. This is continued online in the programme’s ingenious website which invites the listener to identify with a particular key signature, and share it with others.
This programme genuinely breaks new ground. Read the official CBC Music announcement here. Music critic John Terauds had this to say. I feel thrilled and very lucky that this the 2nd time one of my programs has been awarded a Prix Italia. The first was for my series The Wire: the Impact of Electricity on Music, co-produced with Chris Brookes and Jowi Taylor for CBC Radio 1. Last month I was lucky enough to give a presentation at the fantabulous Third Coast International Audio Festival.