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Tag Archives: Eleonor Sandresky
This week the panel is joined by composer and MATA Festival artistic director Yotam Haber. We cover the finer points of score prep, the subtle craft of festival application and how to parse 600 scores. PLUS! Caroline Shaw and Roomful of Teeth DAMMIT!
- This week the panel is joined by composer and MATA Festival artistic director Yotam Haber.
- We cover the finer points of score prep, the subtle craft of festival application and how to parse 600 scores.
- ALSO – Got an idea for a great new music concert that reaches for something new? Yotam and the INTERVAL Concert Series want to hear about it. Even (and perhaps especially) if it involves knitting.
- #FoTS Drew McManus says the doomsday clock is at 6 minutes till midnight for the Minnesota Orchestra musicians and administration. The SoundNotion Bureau of Hyperbolic Metaphor approves.
- Brace yourself. Caroline Shaw, a thirty year old singer/violinist/composer, has won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Music, AND – you can actually purchase and listen to the piece RIGHT NOW! (Learn all about it from #FoTS Rob Deemer and submit your own work next year.)