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Tag Archives: Anthony Paul De Ritis
This week on SoundNotion we have composer and educator Ronald Bruce Smith. His work Constellation for orchestra and electronics is on the BMOP season opener October 12th. Plus: Composers want Atlanta to get back to work and Klinghoffer protests continue.
- This week on SoundNotion we have composer and educator Ronald Bruce Smith.
- His work Constellation for orchestra and electronics is on the BMOP season opener this October 12th.
- While the musician lockout continues in Atlanta, a group of American composers have issued an open letter urging reconciliation and getting back to work.
- Klinghoffer madness continues for The Met.
- Joshua Bell goes slummin’ once again.
This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by composer-educator-business mogul-cultural ambassador Anthony Paul De Ritis. He brings his concerto for DJ and orchestra and some opinions on the week’s news.
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- This week on SoundNotion composer – educator – business mogul – cultural ambassador – Anthony Paul De Ritis joins the panel with his concerto for DJ. Sounds pretty Spooky.
- ASCAP recognizes 24 orchestras for adventurous programming.
- 12 composers honoured with commissions to write for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Check here to not read anything about them.
- Is resistance futile? Universal Music Group wants to assimilate EMI. Help us Locutus!
- Ned McGowan‘s has a new iPad concerto. Give it a listen, wait 12 years, and then read this article.
- Want to map your musical tastes? This is the Last Chart you’ll ever need.
- This week the music world loses Dee Dee Ramone and Pete Cosey.