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Tag Archives: Face the Music
This week on SoundNotion Du Yun and Alex Weiser join with what to expect at the 2015 MATA Festival, taking place April 13-18 at The Kitchen in New York City. Plus, Dudamel signs on through the 21-22 season and a Charlie Parker opera in Philadelphia.
The panel takes on arts funding in Europe, checks out the new Spotify app “Classify”, discusses David Smooke’s thoughts on the Genius Myth, and more!
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- Teenagers like weird ugly music? Find these weirdos here and here also.
- European governments give lots of money to the arts, until they run out of money.
- The new Sound and Music program in the UK isn’t making all composers happy.
- Banjo great and musical innovator Earl Scruggs dies at 88.
- Spotify has a new app to help sort your classical music.
- The Institute for Intelligent Systems at the University of Memphis is making a robot Glenn Gould (do they know that it will need to grunt and groan while playing).
- FoTS David Smooke wants us to get past the Genius Myth.
- OH! And FoTS Tim Rosenberg brings his steely eyed pragmatism to the SN panel.