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Tag Archives: Joshua Bell
This week on SoundNotion we have composer and educator Ronald Bruce Smith. His work Constellation for orchestra and electronics is on the BMOP season opener October 12th. Plus: Composers want Atlanta to get back to work and Klinghoffer protests continue.
- This week on SoundNotion we have composer and educator Ronald Bruce Smith.
- His work Constellation for orchestra and electronics is on the BMOP season opener this October 12th.
- While the musician lockout continues in Atlanta, a group of American composers have issued an open letter urging reconciliation and getting back to work.
- Klinghoffer madness continues for The Met.
- Joshua Bell goes slummin’ once again.
Composer James Holt joins the panel to discuss jerks, doppelgangers, pie charts, composer as critic, poetry as analysis, sqwonkification, Osvaldo Golijov and more.
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- James Holt joins the panel to discuss the week’s news, his podcast, and sqwonkification of Action Items (performed by Sqwonk of course).
- News Flash! Rush Limbaugh is a jerk. The Philadelphia Orchestra pulls its adds from his show.
- Joshua Bell’s doppelganger burglarises his hotel room in Spain (we’re not making this up).
- FoTS Rob Deemer? Some say he’s crazy. I say he’s channeling Dr. Suess.
- Anne Midgette ponders the musician/composer as critic.
- FoTS David Smooke takes his gender inequality with a little pie.
- The absolute, final, no-need-to-discuss-this-anymore-whatsoever last word on the Osvaldo Golijov controversy. More on this next week.
- The new Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas is big and beautiful and full of potential.