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The halls are alive with the sound of music, new music that is, thanks to Voices of Change (VOC), Dallas’ premiere new music chamber ensemble. It’s been an amazing journey for the musicians, composers and patrons whose passion to create something outside the classical music box continues to keep the halls alive with the voices of 20th and 21st century classical composers. 2,901 more words

Made By All, Not By One

You can hear the “exquisite corpse” composition made by 30 Philadelphia composers to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Network for New Music by going here… 47 more words

Are You Satisfied With Your Approach to Composition?

Have you ever heard the riddle about a man, his boxes, and the bridge? A man had three boxes. Each box weighed 5 lbs. The man weighed 190 lbs. 389 more words


Remembering Lorin Maazel

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra family joins the music world in mourning the loss of Lorin Maazel, a frequent and beloved guest conductor for forty years, from 1973 until 2013. 428 more words

Wednesday, March 19th

sounds of New York

William Parker (bass), Christian McBride (bass), Cooper-Moore (drums), Charles Gayle (tenor saxophone), Hamiett Bluiett (baritone saxophone), Jason Kao Hwang (violin), live (benefit concert), New York, 2012… 55 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

Saturday, February 22nd

A pianist plays the piano.

A violinist plays the violin.

A percussionist plays . . . how much time have you got?

Augusta Read Thomas (1964-),  23 more words

Music Clip Of The Day

Valentines on Now Is the Time

We hope it’s not too late for Valentines on Now Is the Time, Saturday, February 15th at 9 pm Eastern on the all-classical stream at wrti.org and WRTI-HD2. 285 more words

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