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This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by composer/performer Andy Akiho to talk about his commission for the New York Philharmonic series CONTACT, a recycled orchestra, the passing of two music greats and why rubber bands sound good on everything.
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- This week on SoundNotion the panel is joined by composer/performer Andy Akiho to talk about his commission for the New York Philharmonic series CONTACT, how Mariel Roberts totally kicks butt and his obsession with rubber bands.
- A new documentary about a Paraguayan youth orchestra that recycles trash into string instruments – Landfill Harmonic (get it?).
- Chamber Music America and ASCAP name their “Adventurous Programming” awardees. SoundNotion overlooked AGAIN!
- Zachary Woolfe and Daniel Wakin do the end of the year “best of” thing.
- The music world bids farewell to Ravi Shankar and Charles Rosen.