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Tag Archives: interactive computer music
Nate, Patrick, and Sam have the week off, but Dave is joined by Tim Rosenberg and Ben Fuhrman to discuss Ben’s music for performers with interactive computer, Arabic-jazz fusion, performers who compose, and the future of American orchestras (SOLVED!).
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- Patrick, Nate, and Sam are totally fired! (Okay, not really.)
- This week on SoundNotion, composer/mandolinist Ben Fuhrman stops by to talk about his new piece for cajón and computer, as well as an upcoming release from his Arabic-jazz fusion band Wisaal.
- Rob Deemer encourages performers to compose, but Dan Visconti wonders how bad anybody wants to do that to begin with.
- The Indianapolis and Seattle Symphonies have reached temporary agreements so they can start their seasons while continuing to negotiate for the long-term.
- Yannick Nézet-Séguin made his debut as music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
- Orchestra Nova in San Diego is in a bad place after artistic director and conductor Jung-Ho Pak resigns in the midst of a labor dispute.
- Bob Shingleton questions the value of composer anniversary celebrations (and poses a mystery) on his blog, On An Overgrown Path.