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Tag Archives: Opera Company of Philadelphia
This week, pianist Jeremy Denk joins the panel to give us some insight into Ligeti’s piano études, we dissect Emily White’s blog post on NPR’s All Songs Considered, we discuss the rules in the new media-old media war, and much more!
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- Pianist Jeremy Denk joins the panel to discuss his approach to performance, writing, and his new album Ligeti/Beethoven.
- Emily White’s admission on NPR’s All Songs Considered blog of illegally downloading music and making copies of albums has drawn some heated criticism.
- Should internet radio and new media distribution companies follow the same revenue-sharing rules that terrestrial and satellite radio companies do? Is there a disconnect in the understanding of these different mediums?
- Friend of the Show Missy Mazzoli has been appointed Composer-In-Residence by the Opera Company of Philadelphia.
- A review of the financial feasibility of retaining the BBC’s performing ensembles has produced an inspiring and hopeful recommendation.
- How do you help your kid choose the right instrument? (Psst: If you could let us know what the acceptable instruments are, that would be great.)
- Composer and lyricist Richard Adler dies at 90.