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Tag Archives: Parma Recordings
This week on SoundNotion, the panel is joined by clarinetist (and friend of the show) Rachel Yoder. She fills us in on life in Seattle, a new Madera Wind Quintet coming in October on PARMA Recordings and how much babies love clarinet multiphonics!
Bob Lord, CEO of Parma Recordings, joins us to discuss the importance of collaborative networks in new music and creative projects, evaluating music apps, garage chamber music, shorter pieces, again composers and more!
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- Parma Recordings CEO Bob Lord joins the panel to discuss the week’s news and what Lawrence Ball is up to over there (did Pete Townsend break something)? They’re social over there too.
- Bluebrain brings a virtual music installation to Central Park.
- Elliott Carter turns 103!
- The war for new music is over? Bartok (March 25, 1881 – September 26, 1945) wins?
- Maestro James Levine goes on the disabled list for the rest of the season.
- #FotS Alex Ross celebrates his Crystal Anniversary with The New Yorker.
- Frank J. Oteri ponders the value of length.
- In NYC young composers aren’t waiting around to get an orchestra piece played. Smaller spaces and groups that seem like garage bands (I bet Steve Reich and Philip Glass wish they’d thought of that).