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Tag Archives: Einstein on the Beach
This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by composer, NYC Music Services owner and Sibelius Blog author Philip Rothman. We discuss engraving platforms and nerd out over a printer. Also, the music world says goodbye to Gunther Schuller and James Horner.
- Philip Rothman
- Sibelius Blog
- Interview with Ben Finn: part 1, part 2
- Dave’s take on Sibelius
- NYC Music Services
- Einstein on the Beach doc on Kickstarter
- Boston Conservatory/Berklee College of Music merger
- Gunther Schuller
- James Horner
- Taylor Swift/Apple Music
- Daniel Spreadbury on SoundNotion 118
- Daniel again on SoundNotion 204
Ron Tucker and Ross Marshal of the percussion quartet “ensemble, et al.” join us to discuss recruiting musicians on Craigslist and their new album. Also, the classical section at J&R Computer World is gone and the CSO upsets some “real” journalists.
- This week on SoundNotion, Ron Tucker and Ross Marshall of the percussion quartet “ensemble, et al.” join the panel to discuss recruiting musicians on Craigslist, composing like a band and their new album.
- J&R Computer World, New York’s last classical music record store, gets out of the business.
- There’s a new music streaming service in town (shocker!). Beats Music says it will do it different. The first different thing? No free tier.
- Symphony Space artistic director Laura Kaminsky is stepping down.
- The Chicago Symphony Orchestra has launched their own classical music magazine – CSO Sounds & Stories. We don’t understand the fuss that some people are making.
- Got a free four and half hours? Philip Glass‘s Einstein on the Beach is streaming free through May 7th.
What kinds of music do you really dislike? Why might it be important to try listening to it anyway? What can we learn from music even when we don’t expect to like it? How Dave learned to stop worrying and love Philip Glass.