Orchestral Music

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Leo Svirsky by Michael Pisaro
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“Activism always involves a kind of coalition building, but the kind of community art is capable of building extends further, to the dead and the unborn.”

Free Exercise by Marina Rosenfeld
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Using a hybrid orchestra of military and experimental musicians, the most recent iteration of Marina Rosenfeld’s large-scale composition, Free Exercise, was staged at this year’s La Biennale de Montréal.

Benedict Mason by George Steel
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“My dream was a synchronized sound of present, absent, and distant musicians choreographed across the audience via the elaborate placement and movements of the performers in the whole building.”

Richard Horowitz and Sussan Deyhim’s Majoun by Tim Nye
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Majoun is a collaboration of composer, performer, producer, American Richard Horowitz and Tehrani Sussan Deyhim. 

Richard Einhorn by ​Stuart Cohn
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Stuart Cohn examines composer Richard Einhorn’s extraordinary opera Voices of Light, based on the life of Joan of Arc and Carl Dreyer’s classic film.

Joel Thome by Suzanne McElfresh
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From twelve-tone compositions to conducting improvisations, Joel Thome discusses what it was like to record music with Frank Zappa.

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