Sunday, February 22, 2015

Music For Life Episode 79 - Music of the 21st Century Festival, The King's Singers, Local Community Performances

This week, on Music For Life, Music From DePauw...

Putnam County Public Library
Putnam County Public Library
professor Carla Edwards stops by to talk about our upcoming Music of the 21st Century festival featuring guest composer Roberto Sierra...

our 21CM interns, Anna Gatdula and Dan Hickey, tell us about an exciting new performance opportunity at the Putnam County Library for DePauw music students...

Hannah Gauthier chats with this week's Almost Home performers...

and right in the middle of their whirlwind visit, we get a chance to talk to our Green Guest Artists, the world-renowned vocal ensemble The King's Singers!

From the CD "Ciphers," the North Texas Wind Symphony performs Roberto Sierra's "Alegria." 

From the Albany Records CD "Roberto Sierra: Souvenirs," pianist Ian Hobson plays Sierra's piece "Reflections on a Souvenir." 

From the MSR Classics CD "Music from Raritan River," featuring the Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo and Daedalus Quartet, Laura Oltman and Michael Newman perform Roberto Sierra's "Three Hungarian Tributes" in honor of Bartók, Liszt, and Ligeti.

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