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📻  new radio adventure: The Cathedral and the Box

22 Aug

music and architecture

Australian Radio: new architecture broadcast
“The Cathedral and the Box”

hosted by Guy Livingston, with the voices of Marcos Pujol, Katarina Livljanić, Brian Spence, Russell Stapleton, and John Cage

Music and Architecture meet at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in this radio feature hosted by Guy Livingston - click here to listen to the podcast
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🎧 Summer Listening: “New World Symphonies”

30 Jun

The American Landscape

Set your radio or iTunes to the new thirteen-part series from Guy Livingston:
music about America, from coast to coast.

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special thanks to the Aaron Copland Fund for Music and the Amphion Foundation for their generous support.

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🎧 Listening to the American Landscape: “New World Symphonies”

7 Apr
Sweeping music of Delius, Coleridge-Taylor, Dvorak, and Messiaen (inspired by Bryce Canyon in Utah)

More photos from the closing concert

13 Mar

Olivia Vitazkova shot even more great photos of this stellar evening at the Mona Bismarck American Center in Paris.

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Closing Concert

8 Mar

Photos by Olivia Vitazkova from the concert at the Mona Bismarck American Center, featuring Joan Morris and William Bolcom, with David Levi, Guy Livingston, Rayanne Dupuis, Nigel Smith, and special guest Sandrine Buendia.

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42e rue (France Musique)

7 Mar

a memorable evening with Laurent Valière, taping the show “42e rue” and performing and discussing the Bolcoms’ cabaret repertoire.

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A night at the Hotel Talleyrand

7 Mar

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Photos from the rehearsals and reception afterwards.

France Musique

19 Feb

Tout au long du mois de mars, France Musique consacrera plusieurs émissions au compositeur américain William Bolcom. Par le biais d’entretiens, celles-ci permettront de revenir sur son parcours, mais aussi sur sa production dont les multiples facettes stylistiques seront mises en lumière. Il s’agira en particulier de révéler l’importance de ses années new-yorkaises et de ses études musicales à Paris avec Henri Dutilleux et Darius Milhaud, mais aussi la richesse des langages employés : néo-tonal par la référence au jazz (en particulier ragtime et gospel) ou non-tonales, sans oublier l’influence fondamentale du cabaret et de Broadway. Ainsi, William Bolcom sera l’invité d’honneur des émissions suivantes :

  • Le Matin des musiciens” par Renaud Machart (jeudi 13 et jeudi 27 mars) ;
  • Les traverses du temps” par Marcel QuillĂ©vĂ©rĂ© (jeudi 27 mars de 19h Ă  20h) ;
  • Le jour d’avant” par Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier ;
  • 42ème Rue” par Laurent Valière (dimanche 27 avril).

Des interprétations d’œuvres clés complèteront les entretiens : David Levi et Nigel Smith ont choisi de présenter différentes chansons de cabaret dans l’émission « 42ème Rue », et le Quatuor Varèse avec Anne de Fornel au piano joueront le Quintette n° 1 op. 57 (création européenne) dans « Le Matin des musiciens » de Renaud Machart.

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14 Feb

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Rayanne Dupuis

12 Feb

Canadian soprano Rayanne Dupuis is very active in the realm of 20th century and contemporary music. She has premiered works by Wolfgang Rihm, Philippe Manoury, Gerald Barry, Giacomo Manzoni, Michael Dougherty, and recorded works by Charles Ives, Alberto Ginastera, Bernard Cavanna and Paul MĂ©fano.

She has been a featured soloist with the orchestras of Montreal (under Kent Nagano), BBC, Helsinki, Porto, Rai (Italy), Pays de Loire, the Irish (RTE), Slovak and Romanian Radios, as well as with the Ensemble Intercontemporain. She has been acclaimed for her dramatic portrayals in productions for Theater Basel, Florida Grand Opera, Canadian Opera Company, as well as the operas of Seattle, Austin, Edmonton, Montpellier, Angers Nantes, Metz and Reims. Her past roles include Erwartung (Schönberg), La voix humaine (Poulenc), Lulu (Berg), Bluebeard’s Castle (Bartok), Das Gehege (Rihm), Lavinia (Mourning Becomes Electra), Governess and Miss Jessel (Turn of the Screw, Britten).

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Photo: Marilyn Smith