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This week on SoundNotion, composer-performer Jessica Meyer joins the panel to discuss her new album, the joys of looping, Spotify CEO’s response to Taylor Swift, Avery Fisher Hall being renamed, the music of Comet 67P and Youtube’s launch of Music Key.
- This week on SoundNotion, composer–performer Jessica Meyer joins the panel to discuss her new album from Pipeline Collective Recordings Sounds of Being the joys of looping and refusing the desire to tell viola jokes.
- Her CD release event is December 15th at The Cell and participating in the Women Composer’s Festival of Hartford in March.
- Jessica is also a founding member of the composer/performer collective counter)induction. We had another member Douglas Boyce on the show way back on SoundNotion 66.
- Avery Fisher Hall set to get a new name.
- The Met asks visiting soloists for some burden sharing.
- Youtube launches its new fee based music platform Music Key.
- Spotify‘s CEOresponds to Taylor Swift.
- And Comet 67P is emitting a strange song.
This week Douglas Boyce of counter)induction joins the panel. We take on music myths, creative programing, conflict in performance, Make Music, Occupy Guitarmy (yes Guitarmy), settlement in Louisville? NEWS FLASH: MUSIC + CHILDREN = EMPATHY.
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- Douglas Boyce of counter)induction joins the panel this week. c)i’s new CD group theory from New Dynamic Records mixes up the mixed chamber ensemble.
- Tom Service takes on five myths about contemporary classical music. We take on his take on the number and character of the myths.
- The economic downturn brought no sympathy for the creative class.
- The American Composers Orchestra Announces 21st Annual Underwood New Music Readings. The people’s choice winner gets to compose a ringtone!
- Make Music NY is set for June 21st.
- Occupy Guitarmy? “I got my first real six-string, Bought it at the five-and-dime…”
- Find Kevin Puts’ Pulitzer Prize winning opera Silent Night for free-99 at NPR. Maybe this will cure the opera/pulitzer curse.
- Louisville Orchestra management and labor may be headed for a settlement.
- MUSIC + CHILDREN = EMPATHY