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  1. Drowning By Numbers

    I must confess that my listening proclivities are driven by a quixotic desire for completeness perhaps even more than by my insatiable desire for new experiences. Quixotic, because I know...

  2. Impossible, You Say?

    A few years ago I composed a piece of music that I now reluctantly believe is unplayable as I originally conceived it. I know there’s a whole tradition of...

  3. Believing in Ghosts

    ... excellent NewMusicBox interview with Frank J. Oteri, we...

  4. The Need for Speed

    ... the thought of J. S. Bach whipping out a cantata...

  5. Playing With The Audience

    Over the years I’ve heard so many comments from various pundits that the so-called concert music community (whether it’s classical, opera, or new music) needs to more effectively engage audiences....

  6. Sounds Heard: Duo Scorpio—Scorpion Tales

    ... J. Melhop. The disc takes its name from the...

  7. Isolating the Senses

    I completely concur with Alexandra Gardner’s assessment in her most recent post that “selfless engagement can make the individual an even better composer.” However, I was initially troubled by her...

  8. Sounds Heard: Guy Klucevsek—Polka from the Fringe

    Decades ago there were several endeavors to commission a bunch of living composers working in a broad range of styles to write short dance pieces for solo keyboard. Perhaps the...

  9. Chasing Diversity

    Many years ago I remember John Corigliano giving a speech in which he decried classical music’s constant recycling of standard repertoire warhorses and the classical music cognoscenti who catalog the...

  10. Forcing Diversity

    ... performers to great effect. As Frank J. Oteri's musings...

  11. Sounds Heard: Christopher Bono—Invocations

    The composer Christopher Bono is someone I had never before encountered until Invocations, an entire CD devoted to his music that arrived in the mail a few months ago. His...

  12. The Choices We Make

    An article published earlier today in the Independent initially caught my attention because of the provocative headline that ArtsJournal used to link to it this morning—“Why Are Next Generation Artists...

  13. Sounds Heard: Michael Harrison & Maya Beiser—Time Loops

    ... direction of Francisco J. Nuñez, as well as Payton...

  14. Sounds Heard: Amos Elkana—Casino Umbro

    Like many 21st-century composers, the American-born, currently Israeli-based Amos Elkana has a complex national identity. He was born in Boston but grew up in Jerusalem. However, at the age of...

  15. More Famous Than You

    There has been a deluge of commentary in response to Dan Joseph’s extremely measured reaction to Daniel Asia’s recent anti-John Cage polemic for The Huffington Post, as well as a...