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  • Songs in Three Languages With A Tribute to Dad. On Staccato

    7 JUN 2024 · Many classical artists are now releasing the works they composed during the pandemic. Composer Richard Danielpour is one of them.  He’s released a new album: Songs in Three Languages, sung by Soprano Hila Plitmann.  One section of the album pays tribute to Danielpour’s Father who wrote love poems to his wife. Then there’s the opera he composed called The Grand Hotel Tartarus.   
    4m 59s
  • A Love Letter To Home, Wherever It May Be - On Staccato

    31 MAY 2024 · There’s no place like home.  A familiar line from a familiar movie and so very true.  The Miro Quartet, The University of Texas Faculty String Quartet In Residence with an international reputation and a GRAMMY nomination, honed in on the theme with their latest album Home. They illustrated the essence of Home  with a video of their performance of Over The Rainbow.  Daniel Ching, one of the founding members of the group says Home is a love letter to and appreciation of all the things they call home. 
    4m 27s
  • The Lullaby Project Coming To A Screen Near You. On Staccato

    24 MAY 2024 · There’s a program coming up live and online in New York that is all about babies and music.  It’s from Carnegie Hall’s The Lullaby Project.  This is a concert of many of the songs composed by new parents with the help of professional musicians.  Austin Classical Guitar was involved in this program, helping local parents express their emotions about their very young children.  Tiffany Or-tiz, the Director of Early Childhood Programs at Carnegie Hall is inviting others to develop their own Lullaby Projects.    
    4m 41s
  • Anthony McGill. The First Black Principal Clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic on Classical Music In Color

    21 MAY 2024 · Something special happens when two African American classical musicians come together to perform a work about the Black experience in America.  Anthony McGill, the first Black Principal Clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic, has been on a tour of sorts with Pulitzer Prize winning composer Anthony Davis. McGill performs Davis’s reality-based work, You Have The Right To Remain Silent.  In this edition of Classical Music In Color, hear the story of how McGill made his ascent to the top of the classical music world.  And how he’s helping others get there too. 
    17m 22s
  • The Young Masters. On Staccato

    10 MAY 2024 · Imagine what it must be like to have someone give you a free trip to the arts camp you’ve always wanted to attend. That happened to 15 high school students all over Texas via the Young Masters Program of the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Texas Cultural Trust.    
    3m 11s
  • The Heller Awards for Young Artists. On Staccato

    3 MAY 2024 · Something bright and refreshing graced the stage at the Long Center a few weeks ago.  It was the http://www.thelongcenter.org/hellerawards/.  It honors the best high school musical productions from this school year. https://www.facebook.com/hellerawardsatx are headed to the national competition, the https://www.jimmyawards.com/ in New York next month.  Ginger Morris, who runs the Hellers, is hoping more schools take part next year. 
    4m 3s
  • Meet Andre Dowell, the Sphinx Organization’s new Programming Chief. On Classical Music In Color

    27 APR 2024 · The Sphinx Organization, the group that’s been fostering diversity in classical music since 1996, has a programming chief for the first time ever.  Andre Dowell is new to the job but not to the Sphinx organization. In his new job, he says he wants Sphinx to keep moving forward in diversifying the classical music community via the organization’s many programs.
    10m 22s
  • Austin Opera Ends This Season In A Blaze Of Carmen. On Staccato

    26 APR 2024 · Austin Opera is ending their 2023-24 season with the red-hot opera Carmen.  The cast is full of young singers, many of whom are making their debut with the Austin Opera.  CEO Annie Burridge is hoping this super popular work from Bizet will entice audiences back to the Long Center after the hibernation forced upon us by Covid.  
    2m 24s
  • Conspirare Celebrates The End Of Their 30th Season. On Staccato

    21 APR 2024 · As the end of most performing arts seasons come to an end, the Grammy winning choir, Conspirare is going out with a blast of https://www.conspirare.org/tickets/ featuring a 30th anniversary event and the post pandemic return of https://www.conspirare.org/who-we-are/symphonic-choir/.   Founder and Artistic Director Craig Hella Johnson is celebrating the end of their 30th season with a musical bash.  
    3m 5s
  • Monetizing Your Career In Music And Building Your Brand. On Staccato

    12 APR 2024 · Why would a business school devoted to developing entrepreneurs invite an opera singer to lead a masterclass?  http://www.babson.edu/ in Massachusetts did just that. They named https://www.sopranokarenslack.com/ as the school’s http://www.babson.edu/babsonarts/.  She spent 3 days teaching, talking, and singing.  School administrators, like Anjali Bal, say that Slack and other artists like her, offer their students a different perspective on creating a thriving business.
    4m 23s
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