Category: A New Canon

  • "New Music" Isn't A Bad Word 🤬

    Missy Mazzoli had this to tweet last week: I’m proud to announce: the culmination of my tenure as composer-in-residence at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra…the world premiere of my newest orchestral work. It’s called Beethoven 4 & 7. 😉 https://t.co/dkhm1UTOuE — Missy Mazzoli (@missymazzoli) February 18, 2020 To save you a click, this is what one […]

  • Playlist: December 1, 2019

    Playlist: December 1, 2019

    It’s a pretty wintry Sunday in Sacremento (55 and rain) – so this week’s playlist is complete with a hygge vibe.

  • Strange Bedfellows and Sonic Diversity Make Big Ears the Go To Festival of the Year

    Strange Bedfellows and Sonic Diversity Make Big Ears the Go To Festival of the Year

    Big Ears is, in fact, a cornucopia of experimental, groundbreaking artists, a kind of sonic choose-your-own-adventure. You might recognize a few names on the docket and some may even surprise you in their notoriety and connection to pop culture like a certain bassist for one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, but that’s where the familiarity ends.

  • Oregon Symphony’s New “Open Music” Series to Open with Caroline Shaw

    Oregon Symphony’s New “Open Music” Series to Open with Caroline Shaw

    Kahane says Shaw is “an absolute dream guest for our first concert: she is brilliant, kind, relentlessly creative, and an eloquent advocate not only for her own work, but for any art that’s important to her.”