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Tag Archives: Valery Gergiev
This week: a Met protester, Carnegie Hall’s 125 commissions project, Mason Bates at the Kennedy Center, and more!
- The Kennedy Center – 1st ever Composer-in-Residence.
- Mason Bates
- Carnegie Hall – New Commissioning Project
- Kronos Quartet
- Metropolitan Opera – Protester jumps on stage.
- Anna Netrebko
- Bluebeard’s Castle – In honor of Valentine’s Day.
- Valery Gergiev
- SoundExchange – Pays out $773 million.
- The Miller Theatre‘s Composer Portraits – Catch friend of the show Missy Mazzoli.
- Missy Mazzoli
This week on SoundNotion, composer and microtone aficionado Mathew Rosenblum joins the panel. We discuss his new album Mobius Loop, recorded with The Boston Modern Orchestra Project, The Raschèr Saxophone Quartet and percussionist Lisa Pegher.
- This week on SoundNotion, composer and microtone aficionado Mathew Rosenblum joins the panel.
- We discuss his new album Möbius Loop, recorded with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet and percussionist Lisa Pegher.
- Being a proud Pittsburgher, we cover Mathew’s co-directorship of Music on the Edge with Eric Moe (in partnership with the Andy Warhol Museum) the Pittsburgh Symphony‘s “Year of Pittsburgh Composers” project and his work with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble.
- Want to catch free New York Philharmonic performances of Stockhausen‘s Gruppen and Rituel in memoriam Bruno Maderna by Boulez? Medici.tv has what you’re looking for.
- The YouTube Music Awards are today. One day they might get big enough to be on TV!
- The Louisville Orchestra robs the cradle, hiring music director Teddy Abrams, the youngest music director in the institution’s 76-year history.
- Marc Ostrow and ScoreStreet yield to pricing pressures with a new tiered pricing platform starting at $9.95/mo.
- The LGBTI community continues their pressure on Valery Gergiev over his pro-Putin stance with a protest speech before a London Symphony Orchestra performance.
- Friend of the show Alexandra Gardner ponders the achievability of electroacoustic music and what it means to the future of the canon.
- RIP rock icon Lou Reed, gone to the wild side.
London based performer and composer Kerry Andrew joins the panel to discuss the weeks music news and how to get more women composing. We find the answer painfully obvious.
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- This week the panel welcomes London based composer, performer, educator, remixer, writer and football fan Kerry Andrew.
- Why so few female composers? Kerry helps us figure it out.
- “CELLOS!! – A little more Bawitdaba da bang a dang diggy diggy diggy said the boogy said up jump the boogy,” said Leonard Slatkin. – Kid Rock supports the DSO.
- The NEA takes a closer look at Kickstarter’s numbers from last week.
- David Lang’s Youtube auditions yield a winner. Catch the show to see piano two, four and six hands.
- The Opera Orchestra of New York cancels the concert performance feature of Placido Domingo in Simon Boccanegra when an anonymous donor yanks a cool $250,000.
- Valery Gergiev makes a campaign video for Vladamir Putin. Wait a minture … er, WHAT?
- Master of the little trumpet, Maurice Andre dies at 78.
- The Chicago Composers Orchestra is going strong in its second season.