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Tag Archives: Leonard Slatkin
This week on SoundNotion, Mason Bates and Mark Campbell are writing a Steve Jobs opera, a new weapon emerges in the “Happy Birthday to You” copyright battle and the Met steps toward modernity by doing away with blackface and starting a Roku channel.
- Mason Bates and Mark Campbell to do Steve Jobs opera in Santa Fe.
- The Met will no longer use blackface.
- The Met has also started a Roku channel.
- The Happy Birthday battle rages on.
- Top 10 lost American masterpieces according to Leonard Slatkin
- Friend of the show Anthony de Mare’s project Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim for the Piano drops September 25th.
Timothy Rosenberg and Víctor Márquez Barrios join us to discuss the Jeffrey Kahane’s Baroque iPad, Wolf Fifth’s awesome archive, UK’s plan to save classical music, what every new music student should know, and much much more!
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- Leonard Slatkin signs contracts for marriage and a new three year deal with DSO.
- Jeffrey Kahane recently conducted the New York Philharmonic from an authentic, Baroque period iPad. Either that or he was playing Angry Birds at the harpsichord.
- Modern Tempo pointed out the Wolf Fifth project to rescue out of print LPs of avant garde and experimental music.
- UK’s National Music Plan makes us all wish we were British.
- Dave doesn’t think adapting for opera will make you a quick buck.
- Peabody’s David Smooke considers a more wholistic approach to conservatory-style music teaching.