communication

Ep 141-Mariel Roberts on Cartography & Respecting the Performer

2017-06-06T23:49:37+00:00

"Trailblazing” cellist Mariel Roberts (Feast of Music) is widely recognized as a deeply dedicated interpreter of contemporary music. Roberts’ work emphasizes expanding the technical and expressive possibilities of her instrument through close relationships with innovative [...]

Ep 141-Mariel Roberts on Cartography & Respecting the Performer 2017-06-06T23:49:37+00:00

Ep 127-Scott Tegge on Understanding & Engaging Your Audience

2017-03-29T06:27:54+00:00

Scott Tegge is co-founder and tubist of Gaudete Brass Quintet, a group dedicated to commissioning original brass music. Their latest album, sevenfive – The John Corigliano Effect, features 5 new works by Corigliano’s protégés, commissioned [...]

Ep 127-Scott Tegge on Understanding & Engaging Your Audience 2017-03-29T06:27:54+00:00

Ep 59-Julia Adolphe on Scheduling Composing & Business Time

2016-10-24T23:31:50+00:00

Julia Adolphe’s music has been described as “alive with invention” (The New Yorker) and “colorful, mercurial, deftly orchestrated” (The New York Times). Current commissions include a viola concerto for the New York Philharmonic and a [...]

Ep 59-Julia Adolphe on Scheduling Composing & Business Time 2016-10-24T23:31:50+00:00

Ep 56-Lessons Learned from One Year of Composer on Fire

2016-02-04T07:41:25+00:00

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Composer on Fire podcast. I decided this would be a good time for me to reflect on some of the many lessons I've learned from interviewing composer, [...]

Ep 56-Lessons Learned from One Year of Composer on Fire 2016-02-04T07:41:25+00:00