The 1926 Podcast

The 1926 Podcast

Gifted by area businessman Henry Stambaugh, the doors to Stambaugh Auditorium opened in 1926 to become a place of enjoyment, entertainment, and education for the people of Youngstown and surrounding areas.These are the stories, performances, and conversations of artists and supporters of this historic landmark, this is the 1926 podcast.

Episodes

January 25, 2022 12 min

In this episode, find out what to expect for the February 4th, Youngstown Symphony Orchestra Broadway and Beyond concert. Guest conductor, Carl Topilow joins the podcast to discuss audience engagement, the repertoire for the concert, founding an orchestra, and more! 
Tickets for Broadway and Beyond can be purchased here:
https://youngstownsymphony.com/blog/broadway-and-beyond/

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The president of the Rotary Club of Youngstown, Josh Prest, joins The 1926 Podcast to discuss the Rotary, its history in Youngstown, how to become a member, and what it takes to make the Annual Groundhog Beerfest happen!

Learn more about the Rotary Club of Youngstown:
http://youngstownrotary.com/

Purchase tickets for the Fourth Annual Groundhog Beerfest:
https://www.stambaughauditorium.com/events/4th-annual-groundhog-craft-beerfest/

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January 11, 2022 22 min

Stephen Tavani, guest artist for the January 16 Youngstown Symphony Orchestra concert, discusses repertoire for the concert, what it's like being part of a musical family, the Suzuki Method, and more!

Check out Stephen's YouTube channel: 
https://www.youtube.com/user/stavani1

Purchase tickets for January 16, 2022:
https://youngstownsymphony.com/events/

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Organist Peter Richard Conte is no stranger to Stambaugh Auditorium, we welcome him to the podcast to chat about his career, the E.M. Skinner Pipe Organ, and the upcoming Silent Film he will be accompanying on October 24, 2021, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.

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Organist Scott Dettra and Guest Conductor John Varineau discuss their views on background music, their own musical preferences, and the repertoire for the October Youngstown Symphony concert taking place at Stambaugh Auditorium on October 17 at 4pm!

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September 23, 2021 13 min

Director Trevail Smith joins The 1926 Podcast to give a performance preview of The Color Purple. The Color Purple is presented by The Youngstown Playhouse, DeYor Performing Arts Center, and Stambaugh Auditorium. 

Youngstown Playhouse
Website: youngstownplayhouse.org
Facebook: facebook.com/youngstownplayhouse
Instagram: instagram.com/YtownPlayhouse/
Twitter: twitter.com/YtownPlayhouse
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCddIB_aoxS2LCRYvWwbG...

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On September 19, 2021 the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage with Principal Guest Conductor, Miriam Burns, and solo cellist, Miriam K. Smtih. They explain how they began their careers in music and give us a look into the repertoire for the September concert.

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Deborah, Jay, and Vincent from OK Inc discuss the Friends4Friends Film Festival and the importance of giving teens hope.

Learn more about OK Inc: https://operationkeepsake.com/

View OK Inc's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/OKInc

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In this episode, we talk with Nick  Schommer an actor and director with Missoula Children’s Theater. Nick explains this mission of Missoula Children's Theater and how they help to leave behind unforgettable experiences. 



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Emelia Sherin, Director of Arts and Culture at the Youngstown JCC joined us on the 1926 Podcast to talk about everything the JCC has to offer to the community. 

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Sean Baran is joined by fellow members of the Youngstown Music Teachers Association Alison Morris and Diane Yazvac to discuss the different programming the YMTA has to offer as well as some history of the organization. 

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This week is Volunteer Appreciation week. We are so grateful to have many wonderful volunteer ushers at Stambaugh Auditorium and DeYor Performing Arts Center. We appreciate their time, dedication, and hard work, from welcoming guests with a smile to helping them find their seats, our volunteers are a vital part of what we do!

In this episode, we welcome Lynda Oma, a volunteer that works with us at both Stambaugh Auditorium and DeYor...

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April 12, 2021 8 min

In this episode, we hear from collegiate greek life members and alumni. They tell their favorite greek sing stories, and why it is an important event for the sororities and fraternities at Youngstown State University.

To watch this year's greek sing, download The Digital Concert Hall app on the Apple App Store or Google Play. 


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In this week's episode, we talk with Jay Koziorynsky, orchestra librarian for the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra. Jay answers a few of our questions about what it is like to be an orchestra librarian. 

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April 1, 2021 17 min

In this special bonus episode of the 1926 Podcast, we hear an enlightening conversation with pianist and organist Sean Baran, joined by international concert pianist Caroline Oltmanns. The interview is a prelude to a performance given by three of Sean’s high school piano students. 

View the concert here: https://www.stambaughauditorium.com/digital-concert-hall/beethoven-sonatas-moonlight-waldstein-appassionata/


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Since its opening in December of 1926, Stambaugh Auditorium has played host to countless events. Maybe you have attended some of these events: weddings, graduations, concerts, lectures, trade shows, recitals, ceremonies, and so many others. You may have even been on a building tour with one of our staff members. In this episode, we are taking you on an audio tour of the astounding architecture and construction of Stambaugh Auditori...

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This week we spoke with Stambaugh Youth Concert Band Director, Tyler Husosky. He gives us a preview of what to expect from the upcoming April 13 Stambaugh Youth Concert Band Spring performance. Stay tuned after our talk with Tyler for a special reprise of "His Honor" by Henry Fillmore, performed by the Stambaugh Youth Concert Band during their fall 2020 concert.

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For this week’s episode, we sat down with Adam Zagotti, Dean of the Youngstown chapter of the American guild of organists. Adam shares a bit of the organization’s history as well as his knowledge of the instrument. Stay tuned after the interview for a special preview of the Youngstown AGO’s upcoming digital concert, premiering this Friday, February 26 on The Digital Concert Hall App.

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Did you know that nearly 40% of couples get engaged in the time between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day? If you are a couple that falls into that 40%, you are going to want to tune in to this episode for 9 tips on what to do now that you said Yes, but before you say I do! 


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February 9, 2021 6 min

Meet Mr. Tyler Husosky,  a student turned educator.

Stambaugh Auditorium has a rich history, and within all of that history are so many stories. Some remember visiting the building as a child, some walked the concert hall stage on graduation, and some shared their wedding day with us. These are all stories that make Stambaugh Auditorium a significant part of someone's life. 

In this series, we will hear from community representat...

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