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Interviews and Topics in Percussion

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Interviews and Topics in Percussion

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    190 - Round Table #2 - Part 2 - with: Rebecca Kite, Marco Schirripa, Brian Nozny, Brian Blume, Caleb Pickering, Ben Charles, Casey Cangelosi

    190 - Round Table #2 - Part 2 - with: Rebecca Kite, Marco Schirripa, Brian Nozny, Brian Blume, Caleb Pickering, Ben Charles, Casey Cangelosi

    In the room are: Rebecca Kite, Marco Schirripa, Brian Nozny, Brian Blume, Caleb Pickering, Ben Charles, Casey Cangelosi 0:00 Continuing thoughts on publishing 7:55 Dealing with self-publishing and copyright. 14:52 "Fair use" 20:12 Percussionists-composers -"hits" 30:26 The instant satisfaction delema 43:53 Casey: This day in music - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Leon Theremin, Sofia Shostakovich, Harry Partch, Pauline Oliveros. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element

    188 - members of PARTCH: T.J. Troy, Erin Barnes, and Nick Terry

    188 - members of PARTCH: T.J. Troy, Erin Barnes, and Nick Terry

    T.J. Troy, Erin Barnes, and Nick Terry are all percussionists in the Los Angeles-based contemporary music ensemble Partch. Partch is a Grammy Award winning ensemble that specializes in the music and instruments of the American Maverick composer Harry Partch. Partch’s work combined music and theatre with complex microtonal systems, often performed on custom-made instruments. The Partch ensemble has performed internationally from the Disney Hall in LA to a tour of Japan. 0:00 Intro and hello - the new record 3:20 Becoming so interested in Partch and joining this ensemble?  6:40 TJ's introduction to Partch through Michael Udow 9:44 Describing Harry Partch's music 16:25 Audience questions, interaction, and education  19:30 instruments   29:50 Diamond Marimba  34:35 The sheet music  45:15 Any unperformed Partch works that you have premiered?  47:20 Partch's rhythm?  55:21 Casey: Sound - # Carbonfeed  1:02:15 Casey: this day in music: Cage "Empty Words", Bruckner Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element

    186 - Jaime Esposito and Stephen Hall

    186 - Jaime Esposito and Stephen Hall

    To close out LGBT Pride Month, we will be speaking with Jaime Esposito and Stephen Hall, founders of the Spectrum Ensemble! Spectrum is a Denton, TX-based ensemble that highlights talented musicians in the LGBTQA+ community. The Spectrum Ensemble had their debut concert in May 2019, featuring works by LGBTQ composers including four world premieres. Jaime and Stephen are both former students of previous @ percussion guest and international superstar She-e Wu. 0:00 intro and hello 3:45 "A New Light" concert project -celebrating LGBTQA composers 11:00 Commissioning? 20:20 Ben: Lou Harrison 32:55 Casey: Today in music history 40:10 The Spectrum Duo and living apart? 53:20 When you started Spectrum was it hard to find LGBTQA composers? 54:45 Studying with She-e Wu? Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element

    184 - Ashley Baier

    184 - Ashley Baier

    Brooklyn-based percussionist Ashley Baier has performed with a variety of orchestras, chamber groups, and artists including PitchBlak Brass Band, Pharoahe Monch, John Hodgman, The Bengsons, VÉRITÉ, and Kermit the Frog. She has played numerous New York City musical theater productions and has toured nationally with How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Hundred Days. She has performed at renowned venues including Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Blue Note, Brooklyn Bowl, (Le) Poisson Rouge, and Joe's Pub. www.ashleybaier.com 0:00 intro and hello 7:15 Both classical percussion and drumset.  Why you should be a diverse percussionist.  14:20 NYC? 20:10 Touring 26:00 Broadway subbing?  32:47 All students should listen to this podcast! 34:37 Karli: Teacher Appreciation Week, what makes a great music teacher. 43:35 Casey: Sound - the 1 sample drumset, sampling, Pierre Schaeffer 55:40 Making a living in NY and living logistics? 58:04 Being a female percussionist?  Some thoughts on equality. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element

    183 - Cynthia Yeh

    183 - Cynthia Yeh

    Cynthia Yeh joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as principal percussionist in June 2007. She previously served as principal percussionist for the San Diego Symphony Orchestra from 2004 to 2007.Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Ms. Yeh received a Bachelor of Music performance degree from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Music performance degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, where she studied with Alan Abel.As an active soloist, Ms Yeh performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony of Taiwan, the National Orchestra of Mexico, the Chicago Sinfonietta and the Illinois Philharmonic. Ms Yeh has been featured Chicago’s WFMT program Live from Levin Studio. She performs regularly with the CSO’s MusicNOW ensemble as well as various chamber ensembles throughout Chicago.Ms Yeh is currently on faculty at DePaul University and the Aspen Music Festival. She has served on the faculty of the National Youth Orchestra-USA, Pacific Music Festival as well as the Chosen Vale Percussion Seminar. 0:00 Intro and hello 2:00 The strike is over! 7:53 What can students do to prepare for the politics they may find in orchestras? 15:30 Inspiring listening, approaching a piece that doesn't already speak to you. Growth as a musician 19:40 Any style or composer that you weren't interested in right away? What don't we like... 22:20 How do you internalize your own sense of meaning in an orchestral work collaborating with the conductor and ensemble, vs a soloist? 24:55 The CSO percussion section? Being Principal Perc.. 29:40 Advice with and challenges with sexism? 36:10 Being on tour? 39:45 Most challenging pieces you've had to play in the orchestra? 47:45 Working with Pierre Boulez? 52:26 Bartok Sonata, HH muting contraption. 54:27 (Casey: Ampex tape recorder, Varese, Poeme Electronique, Bing Crosby) 58:15 Review question Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element

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