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Tag Archives: Curtis Institute of Music
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by clarinetist and director of the Los Angeles New Music Ensemble, Christina Giacona. Their new album will be out in September. We whip it (and the news) as best we can and find the details in 8-bit video.
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- Christina Giacona, director, Los Angeles New Music Ensemble
- This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by clarinetist and Los Angeles New Music Ensemble director, Christina Giacona. These guys rock!
- Their new album is out in September and will feature some Gameboy jams by Joseph Eidson.
- The new London Contemporary Music Festival will have both kinds of music – FREE and awesome!
- SCANDAL! The Met is caught red-vocal corded(?) using body mics during a dress rehearsal.
- Coursera has teamed with the Curtis Institute of Music and signs up 24,000 for music appreciation.
- #FoTS Rob Deemer ponders the power of video integration in new music education and performance. We ponder Rob’s ponderings.
- Steinway finalizes sale of West 57th Street showroom.
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon joins the panel to discuss “Concerto 4-3”, the Baltimore Symphony’s redress, the Milwaukee Symphony’s balanced budget, Amanda Palmer paying musicians with beer & hugs and the legacy of William Duckworth.
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- This week on SoundNotion Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon joins the panel to discuss “Concerto 4-3”, commissions, collaborations and upcoming performances.
- Frank Oteri at NewMusicBox considers the strange brew of pieces found at concerts these days and a modern-day exquisite corpse.
- Kyle Gann remembers William Duckworth (1943-2012).
- Musical kids make smarter grown-ups.
- Amanda Palmer wants you to play on her tour for beer and hugs; she’ll keep the 1.2 million she got on Kickstarter.
- The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has a balanced budget.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is getting some new threads thanks to Parsons, The New School for Design.