#277 Musical Legacies: Jorge Luis Borges

The great Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges has had an enormous influence on artists, writers, philosophers and thinkers of all kinds, and composers are no exception. We spoke with renowned Borges scholar Daniel Balderston about the life and times of Borges and with composers Carla Kihlstedt, Diego Vega and Gheorghi Arnaoudov about how his work … Continue reading #277 Musical Legacies: Jorge Luis Borges

#188 Soundward with Phil Kline

Phil Kline is a composer who makes music in many genres and contexts, from experimental electronics and sound installations to songs, choral, theater, chamber and orchestral music. He also hosts a two-hour show weekdays at 11am – with repeat presentations at 7 pm – on Q2 Music. Join Phil as he sits down with Seth to … Continue reading #188 Soundward with Phil Kline

#177 Generations

Although a famous name can open some doors, it’s not always easy following in the footsteps of a great artist. Many children of great composers and performers have chosen to go a different route altogether, but others have found their own artistic identity. Hosted by Seth BousteadProduced by Jesse McQuarters Sergei Prokofiev: Vision Fugitives Op. … Continue reading #177 Generations

#31 Lisa Bielawa

Composer-vocalist Lisa Bielawa is a 2009 Rome Prize winner in Musical Composition. She takes inspiration for her work from literary sources and close artistic collaborations. Gramophone reports, “Bielawa is gaining gale force as a composer, churning out impeccably groomed works that at once evoke the layered precision of Vermeer and the conscious recklessness of Jackson … Continue reading #31 Lisa Bielawa