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Tag Archives: Carnegie Hall
This week: a Met protester, Carnegie Hall’s 125 commissions project, Mason Bates at the Kennedy Center, and more!
- The Kennedy Center – 1st ever Composer-in-Residence.
- Mason Bates
- Carnegie Hall – New Commissioning Project
- Kronos Quartet
- Metropolitan Opera – Protester jumps on stage.
- Anna Netrebko
- Bluebeard’s Castle – In honor of Valentine’s Day.
- Valery Gergiev
- SoundExchange – Pays out $773 million.
- The Miller Theatre‘s Composer Portraits – Catch friend of the show Missy Mazzoli.
- Missy Mazzoli
This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by orchestra business guru Drew McManus. We discuss the departure of Osmo Vänskä in Minnesota, the final demise of New York City Opera, the orchestra strike in Germany and the success of the Rest is Noise Festival.
- This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by orchestra business guru, web design hero, arts job matchmaker, best-dressed panelist, and long-time friend of the show Drew McManus.
- He stopped by to discuss the the departure of Osmo Vänskä in Minnesota and what it means for the future of the group and its fans.
- Drew rolls up his sleeves for a grizzly post-mortem following New York City Opera‘s bankruptcy filing.
- The Berlin Philharmonic leads a country-wide, one-day strike of over 100 orchestras.
- And even the stagehands are getting in on the Orchestramageddon action at Carnegie Hall. However, the brief strike has already been resolved.
- BUT WAIT – There is some good news for orchestral music this week over at Jessica Duchen‘s blog. Southbank Centre‘s The Rest is Noise Festival is going gangbusters and bringing in new audiences.
- BUT WAIT (again) – According to Bob Shingleton at On An Overgrown Path, the news is not that great and the audiences not that new.
- And lastly, don’t forget to nominate us for People’s Choice Podcast Award this week in the Cultural/Arts category. That would be very cool of you. Thanks.
This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by Madera Wind Quintet clarinetist Rachel Yoder and composer Sarah Summar to discuss Madera’s new album five at play, Carnegie Hall’s new season, and syncopatativeness of modern music.
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- This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by Madera Wind Quintet clarinetist Rachel Yoder and composer Sarah Summar to discuss Madera’s new album five at play including Sarah’s work To Neinilii’s Mischief.
- Carnegie Hall announces their 2013-14 Season. Heaping piles of Sibelius, Britten and more (assuming that the Minnesota Orchestra gets their act together).
- The Afghanistan Youth Orchestra is set to play Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.
- Demonstrating their total lack of understanding of tech, the US House bans Spotify on the the House chamber.
- Soho the Dog Matthew Guerrieri plugs his new book on Beethoven on the Colbert Report.