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Tag Archives: Santa Fe Opera
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.
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon joins the panel to discuss “Concerto 4-3”, the Baltimore Symphony’s redress, the Milwaukee Symphony’s balanced budget, Amanda Palmer paying musicians with beer & hugs and the legacy of William Duckworth.
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- This week on SoundNotion Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon joins the panel to discuss “Concerto 4-3”, commissions, collaborations and upcoming performances.
- Frank Oteri at NewMusicBox considers the strange brew of pieces found at concerts these days and a modern-day exquisite corpse.
- Kyle Gann remembers William Duckworth (1943-2012).
- Musical kids make smarter grown-ups.
- Amanda Palmer wants you to play on her tour for beer and hugs; she’ll keep the 1.2 million she got on Kickstarter.
- The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has a balanced budget.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is getting some new threads thanks to Parsons, The New School for Design.