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Tag Archives: Israel Philharmonic
Composer/performer Ken Ueno joins the panel to discuss political protest at classical concerts, a primer for the classically confused, making better listeners out of composers and audiences, the catharsis of Jimi Hendrix and “success” as a composer.
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- Political protest disrupts concerts in England and The Netherlands.
- Anne Midgette creates a primer for the classically confused.
- Rob Deemer of New Music Box considers chamber ensembles as a means to spread the word about new music and solicits composers’ opinions on what they consider success.
- Ken Ueno joins the panel to talk about personal connections and notation in his music, the influence of Jimi Hendrix and the electric guitar on the world of music, how to make composers and audiences better listeners, the value of improvisation plus much more.