That’s how I connect to my art: it’s like seeing/feeling when you hear the music. You experience an emotion, a feeling, with all of your senses.
‘We Must Use Everything We See And Hear’ Dutch composer-filmmaker Michel van der Aa’s The Book of Sand is a digital, interactive song cycle created to live online.
‘You Can Get All Balled Up’ Scott Wheeler’s music captures the American contemporary classical idiom with commanding grace.
‘A Higher Plane’ Randy Gibson is a sound-world architect. He’s best known in connection with the Avant Music Festival each year in New York.
Dan Trueman is a composer, a violinist, and an electronic musician whose latest recording, Nostalgic Synchronic from New Amsterdam Records, is a mind-teasing eight etudes for “bitKlavier”—a “prepared” digital piano.
On Traveling Musicans And Deep Woods Off In this chance to talk to globe-trotting violist Nadia Sirota for #MusicForWriters, we found her going beyond her usual stage performances; beyond her recordings (First Things First and Baroque); and even beyond her Meet the Composer series on New…
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