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Tag Archives: Kennedy Center
This week: a Met protester, Carnegie Hall’s 125 commissions project, Mason Bates at the Kennedy Center, and more!
- The Kennedy Center – 1st ever Composer-in-Residence.
- Mason Bates
- Carnegie Hall – New Commissioning Project
- Kronos Quartet
- Metropolitan Opera – Protester jumps on stage.
- Anna Netrebko
- Bluebeard’s Castle – In honor of Valentine’s Day.
- Valery Gergiev
- SoundExchange – Pays out $773 million.
- The Miller Theatre‘s Composer Portraits – Catch friend of the show Missy Mazzoli.
- Missy Mazzoli
This week, the American Composers Forum’s Vice President of Programs, Craig Carnahan, discusses the ACF’s 40th anniversary celebrations and the National Composer Night Out.
- Craig Carnahan, Vice President of Programs at the American Composers Forum, joins the panel. It’s the ACF’s 40th Anniversary! (And there is a National Composer Night Out on May 14, 2015.)
- The Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute is back! Its 12th incarnation just took place and Craig tells us it was INCREDIBLE. Get ready for next year.
- Spring for Music is being reborn as Shift: A Festival of American Orchestras, taking place at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
This week, Cadillac Moon Ensemble members Patti Kilroy and Roberta Michel join the panel to discuss their unique approach to the concert experience. Also, we talk Grammys, Minnesota Orchestra, and the joy of physical media.
- Sam Merciers
- David MacDonald
- Patrick Gullo
- Nate Bliton
- Patti Kilroy and Roberta Michel of Cadillac Moon Ensemble
- This week, Cadillac Moon Ensemble members Patti Kilroy and Roberta Michel join the panel to discuss their unique approach to the concert experience.
- Hatsune Miku is something/someone we all need to get on board with.
- It has just been announced that Deborah F. Rutter, President of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association, will take over as President of the Kennedy Center in September 2014.
- The Minnesota Orchestra Association and the Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra are still at an impasse. However, the Musicians are keeping the lights on (somewhat): a 10-concert season has just been announced.
- Don’t count physical media out yet. There are some recent releases that deserve your attention.