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Tag Archives: Ben Fuhrman
In this episode Nate and guest-host Dave talk to host-guest Ben about his album Concrete Oasis and its titular piece, a seven movement look at urban decay and. Plus, the arrival of Dorico, a smaller Linnstrument, and Dave takes on the 2 Minute Challenge.
In this episode, Ben and Nate talk to Mark Sullivan and Matt Schoendorff, and, well, Ben, about their recent work composing music for MSU’s Cyclotron and FRIB. Also, Ableton gets an update, KMI labs shares future toys, and Nate explains Processing.
- In this episode (a super late one we recorded back in November, Sorry! -Nate), Mark Sullivan and Matt Schoendorff, and, well, Ben, talk about their recent work composing music for MSU’s Cyclotron and FRIB. All their pieces are available here!
- Ableton gets updated to 9.5.
- KMI labs will give you a look at future toys.
- The Critter & Guitari Organelle will let you perform with Pd patches in the cutest/hippest little package!
- In this month’s 2MC, Nate introduces Processing(.org).
Saxophonist Jeff Loeffert and composer Matthew Schoendorff discuss Jeff’s recent solo album full of premiere recordings and the title track Differential Moods by our guest composer. ALSO: San Diego Opera to have a 50th season and fat shaming at the opera.
- This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by saxophonist Jeff Loeffert and composer Matthew Schoendorff.
- Jeff has a new album for solo soprano saxophone that’s loaded with world premiere recordings include works by François Rossé, Christian Lauba, Augusta Read Thomas, Marc Mellits, Igor Karača and the title track Differential Moods by our guest composer.
- Donors dig deep so that the San Diego Opera can have a 50th season next year. However, the California attorney general would like to see a little more transparency in their transparency and launched an audit of the company.
- Irish mezzo Tara Erraught faces the fat shaming (and music ignoring) copy of braindead opera critics who have no soul.
- The FCC has opened public debate over impending rule changes that will greatly affect Net neutrality. Go HERE and tell the FCC to classify broadband Internet service a common-carrier telecommunications service to ensure that the Net remains open for innovation and the sharing of ideas for everyone.
This week we shamelessly plug the our new SoundNotion network shows “Patch In” (with panelist Ben Fuhrman joining the usual SoundNotion panel) and “All the Cool Parts” from west coasts based composer Anthony Lanman. PLUS – The Minnesota Orchestra is BACK!
- This week on we shamelessly plug the our new SoundNotion network shows “Patch In” (with panelist Ben Fuhrman joining the usual SoundNotion panel) and “All the Cool Parts” from west coasts based composer/performer Anthony Lanman.
- FINALLY! The Minnesota Orchestra reaches a labor deal after only 15 short months. Some questions are still left unanswered however.
- The musicians of New York City Opera holding a reunion concert in February.
- Oscar nominations are out. A couple of new faces show up in the “Best Original Score” category.
- Hey composers! Got a great idea you can express in 16 notes or less. Get it built into a custom 3D printed music box from Music Drop.
- The music world says goodbye to jazz guitar innovator Jim Hall and centenarian composer H. Owen Reed.