This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by guitarist, composer and Accidental Music Festival program director Chris Belt. We discuss the origins of the festival, the problem with “indie classical” and this year’s headliners.
This week on SoundNotion, composer, fiddler and hacker Dan Trueman joins us to talk about his new project for prepared digital piano (you heard that right). Nostalgic Synchronic is a set of etudes for the instrument available now on New Amsterdam Records.
In this episode we congratulate all of the Emmy winners, give a shout-out to the new scoring program at Eastman, chat details about the new Star Wars score release and behind the scenes, and share what we’ve been listening to.
This week on SoundNotion, we discusses a long lost Stravinsky work, the Bard training orchestra announces its first season, the Atlanta Symphony has a new leader, and Kenneth Kirschner of NewMusicBox ponders indeterminacy in the age of digital recordings.
This week on SoundNotion, the panel discusses a new multi-cultural orchestra, this year’s New Music Gathering, the lack of staying power in contemporary opera, the ‘other’ piano brands, composers as part of the orchestra, and say farewell to Oliver Sacks.
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