Studio Time

{{ show.title }}Trailer Bonus Episode {{ selectedEpisode.number }}
{{ selectedEpisode.title }}
|
{{ selectedEpisode.title }}
By {{ selectedEpisode.author }}
Broadcast by

Summary

My guest on this episode, Michael Morley is Emeritus Professor of Drama at Flinders University in South Australia, and continues to perform as a pianist and musical director, and contribute as a music and theatre critic for local and international publications.

Show Notes

Michael has embraced lifelong passions for learning, teaching and performing that stem from his earliest days growing up in New Zealand. We learn how his grandfather introduced him music and performance in a somewhat unconventional manner, how the encouragement of a series  of teachers inspired him to step up his fascination in literature, poetry, theatre and music. 

Michael tells the story of how his afternoons playing badminton got him arrested in Zurich, and how changing his planned research at Oxford led to him discovering and championing the work of pre-war and exiled German composers and lyricists that might have otherwise been buried under the weight of their moment in history.

Michael learned more in his first twenty five or thirty years than most of us will learn in our entire lifetime, but then perhaps more importantly has dedicated the forty odd years since then in sharing his knowledge, experience and insights with students, colleagues and audiences in New Zealand, Australia and around the world.

In this episode we discuss:
For more episodes of Studio Time, please visit our website.

What is Studio Time?

A podcast about the big and small ways artists can change the world. Discover the unconventional approaches that artists have developed to create unique results in their lives and careers. Learn how you can apply these ideas to transform your own work.