Rob Deemer and Charith Premawardhana join the panel to discuss anthologizing composers, the Tokyo String Quartet’s official goodbye, the music initiative Classical Revolution, Kevin Puts’s Pulitzer Prize win, and much more!
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- Twice the guests, twice the fun. Charith Premawardhana founded Classical Revolution and #FoTS Rob Deemer fears a composer revolution after daring to pick three names for a book.
- The Best Damn New Music Team (Frank J. Oteri, Emily Green and Rob Deemer) gives perspective as Anthologygate continues to unfold.
- Classical Revolution holds its first international conference in Chicago – seminars and two live shows. Find a Classical Revolution chapter near you.
- Tokyo String Quartet will be hanging it up after the 2012/2013 season.
- The music world loses Dick Clark, Levon Helm and Greg Ham.
- Kevin Puts wins the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in music for his opera Silent Night: Opera in Two Acts.