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Tag Archives: Contemporaneous
On SN 68, David Bloom and Dylan Mattingly of Contemporaneous join the panel to talk opera on the silver screen, composer tantrums about opera, orchestral flash mobs, loud and proud Tchaikovsky by Hahn-Bin and the passing of beloved author Maurice Sendak.
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- David Bloom and Dylan Mattingly of Contemporaneous join the panel this week. Follow, watch and listen but hurry. They move fast.
- English National Opera artistic director John Berry says that the HD cinema experience is bad for opera. In a related story, medication is shown to be bad for sick people.
- Composer Michael Nyman thinks the Royal Opera House should program a work by each UK tax payers (or he’s just off his rocker).
- Children’s author (and librettist/set designer) Maurice Sendak dies at 83.
- The Copenhagen Philharmonic flash mobs some Peer Gynt. For a different take on advanced flash mobbing – try this.
- Hahn-Bin might be getting political with this performance of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto.