#260 Boston Modern Orchestra Project

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project is widely known as the leading orchestra in the United States dedicated exclusively to performing the 20th and 21st century music and its signature record label BMOP/sound reflects those standards. In Boston, we’re listening to the newest recordings off BMOP/sound label and talking to Creative Director and Conductor, Gil Rose.  … Continue reading #260 Boston Modern Orchestra Project

#246 Jeremy Gill and BMOP

Composer Jeremy Gill recently had the opportunity of a lifetime when the Boston Modern Orchestra Project agreed to record not one, not two, but three of his concertos.   We’ll talk with Jeremy and clarinet soloist Chris Grymes about this fantastic new release and play as much of it as we can. Hosted by Seth … Continue reading #246 Jeremy Gill and BMOP

#234 Bernard Rands

Pulitzer Prize winning composer, Bernard Rands shares his thoughts on his catalogue of over a hundred published works and recordings. From his 1963 premiere at Darmstadt to 1986 Kennedy Center Friedheim Award winning orchestral suites Le Tambourin, to his 2011 Chicago Symphony Orchestra commission, Danza Petrificada and beyond. Hosted by Seth BousteadProduced by Sarah Zwinklis Music Tre Espressioni by Bernard RandsUrsula … Continue reading #234 Bernard Rands

#217 Chinary Ung

Cambodian composer Chinary Ung came to the U.S. to study clarinet and composition but was forced to stay when the Khmer Rouge uprising broke out in his home country killing millions. Over the years he has helped many family members and friends escape that regime and has documented his struggles in music. He talks to … Continue reading #217 Chinary Ung

#189 Andrew Norman

With recent commissions and performances from the L.A. Philharmonic, Boston Modern Orchestra Project and the New York Philharmonic, in addition to his work with celebrated collective Sleeping Giant, Andrew Norman has emerged as a major figure in today’s classical music world. He stops by the studio to chat with Seth about music, life and everything. Hosted by Seth … Continue reading #189 Andrew Norman

#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

#140 Drum Kit: Problem Child

It’s essentially just a conveniently placed grouping of popular percussion instruments and yet, the drum kit is often cited as the dividing line between popular music and classical. We’ll examine how composers are using the drum kit today and what impact it’s having on genre boundaries. Hosted by Seth BousteadProduced by Jesse McQuarters Ted Hearne: … Continue reading #140 Drum Kit: Problem Child