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  1. NewMusicBox Mix 4: 2012 Staff Picks

    ... of these idioms. —Frank J. Oteri, Composer Advocate...

  2. Beata Moon: Finding Her Own Voice

    For Beata Moon, a North Dakota-born, Indiana-raised Korean-American minister’s daughter who was trained as a pianist but is a completely self-taught composer, being able to create her own music was...

  3. How to Affect Popular Culture

    I’ve spent quite a bit of time over the weekend pondering Rob Deemer’s extremely thoughtful and thought-provoking essay this past Friday about the war of words between Alex Ross and...

  4. Two Concerts, Two Audiences

    ... featured Chicago Symphony bass clarinetist J. Laurie...

  5. eighth blackbird: Shifted During Flight

    ... Photinos and clarinetist Michael J. Maccaferri as...

  6. Usually Never at a Loss for Words

    Huh? On Saturday night there was a concert devoted to my music in New York City featuring the world premiere of a work I labored on for...

  7. Sounds Heard: Fernando Otero—Romance

    I’ve long been a huge fan of tango music and the various Piazzolla and post-Piazzolla extensions of what tango could be. In 2011, in search of sheet music and recordings...

  8. Listening Does Much More Than Make You Smarter

    Some scientists claim that listening to them makes you smarter. But whether or not they're right, listening does much more.uring passive listening to Mozart music, firing...

  9. Sounds Heard: Brian Chase—Drums & Drones

    A lot has been written about the new resources that electric guitar-wielding rock musicians have brought to the realm of composition—a keen sense of subtle timbre transformations gleaned from tweaking...

  10. Sounds Heard: Heather Schmidt—Icicles of Fire

    One of the benefits of my association with the International Association of Music Information Centres all these years has been being able to find out about all of the exciting...

  11. 2013 ASCAP Concert Music Awards Honor León, Deak, Smith, Gould, and 28 Young Composers

    Tania León, Jon Deak, Steve Smith, the late Morton Gould, and 28 young composers were honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) during its 14th Annual...

  12. The First Time

    ....  Recently Frank J. Oteri explored the idea of familiarity...

  13. Winners and Losers

    “Regardless of the hand-wringing about dying audiences, we still live in a country where more people go to the symphony than to professional sporting events. In 2009, according to AFTA's...

  14. Submission, Discomfort, and Transcendence

    Before audience members enter the venue where The Blind is performed, they must put on a blindfold after which they are personally escorted one by one into...

  15. Join The Chorus

    "A Microphone on The Voice" by jlaytarts2090 on Flickr. The first time I ever truly enjoyed a concert at Carnegie Hall was when I attended a choral...