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Episode 183 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews Erin Rogers (saxophone) and Dennis Sullivan (percussion) of New York-based experimental duo Popebama. https://popebama.com/Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.…
 
Episode 176 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Guest host Andrew Martin Smith begins a new sub-series of episodes dedicated to exploring the music of the ADJ•ective New Music Composers' Collective (https://www.adjectivenewmusic.com/collective.html). This first installment of "Love Notes" features the music of composer Evan Williams (…
 
Originally aired 11/6/2017 After a Summer hiatus, Dennis returns for a conversation with composers Elizabeth Alexander and J. David Moore, two of the founding members of the Independent Music Publishers Cooperative, a group of eight composer-publishers working together to market and distribute their music. The cooperative’s shared website provides …
 
Originally aired 8/15/2017 In case you haven’t yet heard the news, composer David Maslanka passed away last week on August 6 after a brief battle with cancer. David, along with his son Matthew, was a guest on the show back in January for Episode #38. Reading other composers’ and performers’ reminiscences of him online, it’s impossible to overlook t…
 
Originally aired 8/7/2017 This week, Garrett Hope of The Portfolio Composer joins Dennis to make a few exciting announcements, including a new partnership with the American Composers Forum, a new distribution outlet for self-published composers, and gigantic new call for scores – all to make composers’ lives better. BONUS CONTENT: Dennis and the an…
 
Originally aired 6/13/2017 This week, I’m joined by composers Jamie Leigh Sampson and Andrew Martin Smith, the co-founders of ADJ•ective New Music, as they talk about the benefits and challenges of forming a composer collective, how they handle publishing and distribution for their composers, and the value they’ve found in running a podcast about n…
 
Originally aired 6/4/2017 Mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen and composer Alex Shapiro return to MPP to talk about the ins and outs of commissioning new music from the perspective of the composer and the commissioner. In the course of the conversation, we discussed: Making both sides happy Contracts Making smaller, regular payments Consortia Arrangements/Ad…
 
Originally aired 5/30/2017 Composer Garrett Schumann talks about building a local music scene, investing in yourself, and the nuts and bolts of economical live streaming. Links: Garrett Schumann Garrett on Twitter Æpex Contemporary Performance Æpex on Facebook & Twitter The Awesome Foundation Salt Arts Documentation Tech mentioned on the show: Zoom…
 
Originally aired May 18, 2017 Dennis is joined by soprano Elisabeth Halliday and composer Spencer Arias to talk about their reactions to the third New Music Gathering, held in Bowling Green, OH. Links: New Music Gathering Elisabeth Halliday Spencer Arias Steven Schick: In Pursuit of an Externally Facing Artistic Practice ÆPEX Contemporary Performan…
 
Originally aired 5/8/2017 Entertainment lawyer Marc Ostrow returns to MPP to talk about recent legal and legislative developments in copyright and licensing, including bipartisan legislation to make the Register of Copyrights a Presidential Appointment, and the Fair Play Fair Pay Act. Links: Marc Ostrow H.R.1695 – Register of Copyrights Selection a…
 
Originally aired 4/27/2017 Composer/violist Martha Mooke talks about improvisation, following your passions, and finding balance. Links: Martha Mooke Martha on Facebook NewMusicBox: “Martha Mooke: Walls, Windows, and Doors” Fuse Project: Revolution x3 (May 19, 2017) ASCAP Thru the Walls The Other Graduation (May 6, 2017)…
 
Originally aired 4/17/2017 Composer & bassist Brian Coughlin has been performing, recording, and touring with the Fireworks Ensemble, which he founded in 2000. The six member ensemble plays in a wide variety of styles, emphasizing its “brazenly inclusive approach to repertoire.” During the course of our conversation, Brian and I talked about non-li…
 
Originally aired 4/11/2017 Robert Paterson is a composer whose career has many facets: he’s a percussionist, he conducts, he runs a successful new music ensemble, he runs a boutique record label, and he’s launching a new festival of new music in 2018. He joins me this week to talk about running composition competitions, believing in yourself, deali…
 
Originally aired 4/42017 I met composer Reg Unterseher at the Chorus American conference a few years ago, and was taken with some of the things he had to say about how composers can be better-served by the community. He joins me this week to talk about the benefits of curation, the future of electronic scores, and different forms of distribution an…
 
Originally aired 3/2/2017 After ten months of doing this show, I finally managed to get my husband, Darien Shulman, on the podcast! Darien is a composer who started his musical career as a concert music composer, and has made the transition to writing for TV and film. He also wrote the MPP & CGDB theme music, and does the MPP voiceover. In this wee…
 
Originally aired 3/14/2017 Jason Heath is a bassist and fellow podcaster. His show Contrabass Conversations has been running for nearly a decade, and helps bass players with their artistry, auditioning, and careers. During the course of our conversation, we talked about working with and getting commissions from school ensembles, and ways that compo…
 
Originally aired on 3/6/2017 Kevin Clark is a philanthropy consultant, product manager, and composer working to help artists thrive. He is the brains behind the New Music USA project platform, and speaks and writes about arts economics, technology in the arts and non-profit worlds, and philanthropy. During the course of our conversation, we talked …
 
Originally aired 2/27/2017 In addition to his work as a composer, Jonathan Newman is the Director of Composition & Coordinator of New Music at the Shenandoah Conservatory; he was also a founding member of the composer consortium BCM International. During the course of our conversation, we talked about writing for educational ensembles, the history …
 
Originally aired 2/20/2017 Anne Lanzilotti is a violist, composer, and fierce advocate of contemporary music. She is a member of The Rhythm Method string quartet, co-founder for Kalikolehua — El Sistema Hawai‘i, and a member of the string faculty at NYU Steinhardt, and she created “Shaken Not Stuttered”, an online resource of extended techniques fo…
 
Originally aired 2/13/2017 For this week’s episode, I sat down to chat with David and Matthew Maslanka. David is a renowned composer, often known for his extensive catalog of works for wind ensemble; and Matthew, David’s son, is a euphonist and engraver, and handles the operations for publishing David’s music. During the course of the conversation,…
 
Originally aired 2/6/2017 In her first appearance on the show exactly 30 episodes ago, Dale Trumbore mentioned How to Go On, her secular requiem commissioned by Choral Arts Initiative. She explained the plan to premiere and record the piece with the ensemble, and promised to be back to talk about the process. So this week, she and CAI Artistic Dire…
 
Originally aired 1/30/2017 Joshua Gersen is, in addition to being a composer, the Musical Director of the New York Youth Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the New York Philharmonic. An advocate for new music, he helps to oversee the NYYS’s annual composer competition, which awards commissions to three composers under 30. During the course of our …
 
Originally aired 1/23/2017 Scott Tegge, tubist for the Gaudete Brass, knows how to hustle, and he’s genuinely an awesome guy. We met at the “composer hang” coordinated by Frank J. Oteri during the Midwest Clinic, and I knew right away that he had to be a guest on the show. In addition to all the work he does for the quintet, he also teaches an insa…
 
Originally aired 1/16/2017 William J. Lackey is one of the many cool people I met at the Midwest Clinic. In addition to his work as a composer, Billy has been the Administrative Director at the Mizzou New Music Initiative, and served on the Boards of the newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, the Odyssey Chamber Music Series, and the Kansas City Ele…
 
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