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05/25/2021
Jarrett Logan Porter | Classical Post Podcast

American baritone Jarrett Logan Porter joins us on the Classical Post Podcast for a candid look at his inspiration from the worlds of design, interiors, fashion, and global travel. Speaking with a level of poignant depth beyond his years, he shares how minimalism, sentimentality, form, light, and a major nod to Japanese and Danish aesthetics influence him. Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more.

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Since winning the BBC Young Musician Brass Final in 2016, Ben Goldscheider has become a leading proponent of the instrum...
05/10/2021
BBC Young Musician Ben Goldscheider Releases Album, Legacy, Marking Centennial of Legendary Horn Player Dennis Brain — Classical Post

Since winning the BBC Young Musician Brass Final in 2016, Ben Goldscheider has become a leading proponent of the instrument. His new project continues this legacy and marks the centennial of the legendary horn player Dennis Brain. Read our convo with him.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/5/8/bbc-young-musician-ben-goldscheider-releases-album-legacy-marking-centennial-of-legendary-horn-player-dennis-brain

Since winning the BBC Young Musician Brass Final in 2016, Ben Goldscheider has become a leading proponent of the instrument. His new project continues this legacy and marks the centennial of the legendary horn player Dennis Brain.

In Tune with the Times: For the first time in its 19-year history, the Concours musical international de Montréal moves ...
04/26/2021

In Tune with the Times: For the first time in its 19-year history, the Concours musical international de Montréal moves its competition online in performances to be made available for streaming worldwide.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/26/concours-musical-international-de-montreal-moves-its-competition-online

In Tune with the Times: For the first time in its 19-year history, the Concours musical international de Montréal moves its competition online in performances to be made available for streaming worldwide.

Read the full story>>
https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/26/concours-musical-international-de-montreal-moves-its-competition-online

04/24/2021
Nealy Hauschildt | Classical Post Podcast

Brooklyn-based artist Nealy Hauschildt joins us on the Classical Post Podcast. We discuss how she finds inspiration from designers like Miles Redd and Mark Sikes, plus spending time on Nantucket. We also explore her keen sense of nature and how it’s integrated within her artwork.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/24/finding-your-happy-place-on-nantucket-with-painter-nealy-hauschildt

Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things

How Opera Could Benefit from WandaVision and Other Musings with Scott Wheeler and David Salsbery Fry on the Release of N...
04/22/2021

How Opera Could Benefit from WandaVision and Other Musings with Scott Wheeler and David Salsbery Fry on the Release of New Opera, Naga

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/22/how-opera-could-benefit-from-wandavision-and-other-musings-with-scott-wheeler-and-david-salsbery-fry-on-the-release-of-new-opera-naga

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How Opera Could Benefit from WandaVision and Other Musings with Scott Wheeler and David Salsbery Fry on the Release of New Opera, Naga

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/22/how-opera-could-benefit-from-wandavision-and-other-musings-with-scott-wheeler-and-david-salsbery-fry-on-the-release-of-new-opera-naga

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04/13/2021
Jacob Mühlrad | Classical Post Podcast

Swedish composer Jacob Mühlrad joins us on the Classical Post Podcast as our first guest. He’s just released a major album on the Deutsche Grammophon - DG label called Time, exploring themes of mortality, the supernatural, and creating a “sound for god” — if god could be contained to music. Jacob is a serious artist who’s making a big splash in the music world that’s underscored by the complexity of this new album, encompassing about 10 years worth of his compositional work.

In this podcast, we discuss the album more in-depth, but particularly gain insight into Jacob Mühlrad’s inspiration as an artist.

Listen now! Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and a special video version on YouTube.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/4/swedish-composer-jacob-mulhrad-discusses-deutsche-grammophon-album-time

Classical Post is launching a podcast! We’re thrilled to branch out in this new direction that compliments and augments ...
04/13/2021

Classical Post is launching a podcast! We’re thrilled to branch out in this new direction that compliments and augments the existing editorial direction of the platform. The Classical Post Podcast explores the intersection of classical music, style, and wellness, diving into meaningful conversations with leading artists from an array of different backgrounds. Based in New York City, we’re a touchpoint for tastemakers.

The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and as a special video version on YouTube.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/4/swedish-composer-jacob-mulhrad-discusses-deutsche-grammophon-album-time

Classical Post is launching a podcast! We’re thrilled to branch out in this new direction that compliments and augments the existing editorial direction of the platform. The Classical Post Podcast explores the intersection of classical music, style, and wellness, diving into meaningful conversations with leading artists from an array of different backgrounds. Based in New York City, we’re a touchpoint for tastemakers.

The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and as a special video version on YouTube.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/4/4/swedish-composer-jacob-mulhrad-discusses-deutsche-grammophon-album-time

Composer John Fitz Rogers’ commissioned work, Respiration, premieres on Alarm Will Sound's Video Chat Variations. Read o...
03/25/2021

Composer John Fitz Rogers’ commissioned work, Respiration, premieres on Alarm Will Sound's Video Chat Variations. Read our exclusive interview!

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/25/composer-john-fitz-rogers-commissioned-work-respiration-premieres-on-alarm-will-sound-video-chat-variations

Composer John Fitz Rogers’ commissioned work, Respiration, premieres on Alarm Will Sound's Video Chat Variations. Read our exclusive interview!

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/25/composer-john-fitz-rogers-commissioned-work-respiration-premieres-on-alarm-will-sound-video-chat-variations

The Slovenian-born, Los Angeles–based guitarist Mak Grgić is an avid explorer of the guitar and all its possibilities. I...
03/14/2021

The Slovenian-born, Los Angeles–based guitarist Mak Grgić is an avid explorer of the guitar and all its possibilities. In addition to core repertoire, he performs Balkan music and flamenco. He plays new music, with Daniel Lippel, of the International Contemporary Ensemble, JACK Quartet, and others. He’s working on an homage to Ligeti using gamelan-inspired arrangements. He composes his own works.

So, it’s no surprise his new album, MAK/Bach, coming out in June on MicroFest Records, puts a twist on canonic repertoire. By playing a zig-zag-fretted guitar in a period temperament from Bach’s time, he heightens harmonic drama and tension, and finds new shades of familiar colors.

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classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/14/the-well-tempered-guitar-in-new-album-mak-grgic-uses-old-tuning-to-hear-bach-anew

The Slovenian-born, Los Angeles–based guitarist Mak Grgić is an avid explorer of the guitar and all its possibilities. In addition to core repertoire, he performs Balkan music and flamenco. He plays new music, with Daniel Lippel, of the International Contemporary Ensemble, JACK Quartet, and others. He’s working on an homage to Ligeti using gamelan-inspired arrangements. He composes his own works.

So, it’s no surprise his new album, MAK/Bach, coming out in June on MicroFest Records, puts a twist on canonic repertoire. By playing a zig-zag-fretted guitar in a period temperament from Bach’s time, he heightens harmonic drama and tension, and finds new shades of familiar colors.

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classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/14/the-well-tempered-guitar-in-new-album-mak-grgic-uses-old-tuning-to-hear-bach-anew

Democratization of art music is something to be celebrated! Three major American orchestras are doing just this and pavi...
03/01/2021

Democratization of art music is something to be celebrated! Three major American orchestras are doing just this and paving the way forward. Read on to see how this is happening with the New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and The Cleveland Orchestra.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/1/celebrate-the-democratization-of-art-music-streaming-services-from-new-york-philharmonic-san-francisco-symphony-cleveland-orchestra

Photo: New York Philharmonic’s music director, Jaap van Zweden. Credit: Simon van Boxtel.

Democratization of art music is something to be celebrated! Three major American orchestras are doing just this and paving the way forward. Read on to see how this is happening with the New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and The Cleveland Orchestra.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/1/celebrate-the-democratization-of-art-music-streaming-services-from-new-york-philharmonic-san-francisco-symphony-cleveland-orchestra

Photo: New York Philharmonic’s music director, Jaap van Zweden. Credit: Simon van Boxtel.

Sophie Hutchings joins us for an exclusive interview about her two new EPs released -- "Not Alone" and "Elysian Days". C...
03/01/2021

Sophie Hutchings joins us for an exclusive interview about her two new EPs released -- "Not Alone" and "Elysian Days". Check it out, plus we've put together a playlist of Sophie's other intriguing work.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/1/pianist-sophie-hutchings-releases-elysian-days-not-alone

Sophie Hutchings joins us for an exclusive interview about her two new EPs released -- "Not Alone" and "Elysian Days". Check it out, plus we've put together a playlist of Sophie's other intriguing work.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/3/1/pianist-sophie-hutchings-releases-elysian-days-not-alone

Floating Into Infinity is a new album from composer Benjamin Louis Brody, described as “one of the most progressive and ...
02/26/2021

Floating Into Infinity is a new album from composer Benjamin Louis Brody, described as “one of the most progressive and multi-faceted musicians in New York City.” There’s definitely a lot of low guitar and even symphonic gestures in sound here, which makes sense, considering Brody’s history as a guitarist and symphonic composer.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/26/altering-auditory-perception-through-sensory-percussion-floating-into-infinity-with-composer-benjamin-louis-brody-and-drummer-ian-chang

Floating Into Infinity is a new album from composer Benjamin Louis Brody, described as “one of the most progressive and multi-faceted musicians in New York City.” There’s definitely a lot of low guitar and even symphonic gestures in sound here, which makes sense, considering Brody’s history as a guitarist and symphonic composer.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/26/altering-auditory-perception-through-sensory-percussion-floating-into-infinity-with-composer-benjamin-louis-brody-and-drummer-ian-chang

Two Americans compete on the global stage of The Leeds International Piano Competition this year. Read their story here....
02/23/2021
Two American Pianists Among the 63 Competitors Announced for the 20th Leeds International Piano Competition — Classical Post

Two Americans compete on the global stage of The Leeds International Piano Competition this year. Read their story here.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/22/leeds-international-piano-competition-2021

Two American pianists have been confirmed as Competitors for this year’s The Leeds International Piano Competition 2021 . Anna Han (25) and Kate Liu (26) are two of 63 outstanding pianists who have been invited to participate in the 2021 Competition.

Music provides healing and community in times of suffering and discord. The King's Singers New Music Prize brings new mu...
02/12/2021
Watch The King’s Singers and the Choir of the National Cathedral Premiere New Music Prize Winners in Online Concert — Classical Post

Music provides healing and community in times of suffering and discord. The King's Singers New Music Prize brings new music to today’s world, leaving it a richer place. Read the full article>>

classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/12/watch-the-kings-singers-and-the-choir-of-the-national-cathedral-premiere-new-music-prize-winners-in-online-concert

Music provides healing and community in times of suffering and discord. The King’s Singers New Music Prize brings new music to today’s world, leaving it a richer place.

In this issue of our Leading Composer Series, Natalia Kazaryan - Pianist interviews the Juno Award-winning composer Vivi...
02/05/2021

In this issue of our Leading Composer Series, Natalia Kazaryan - Pianist interviews the Juno Award-winning composer Vivian Fung. Covering topics from creative philosophy, to what happens in the creative process, to life at Juilliard, and what’s on her playlist right now.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/5/creative-philosophy-process-with-juno-award-winning-composer-vivian-fung

In this issue of our Leading Composer Series, Natalia Kazaryan - Pianist interviews the Juno Award-winning composer Vivian Fung. Covering topics from creative philosophy, to what happens in the creative process, to life at Juilliard, and what’s on her playlist right now.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/5/creative-philosophy-process-with-juno-award-winning-composer-vivian-fung

Carl Sandburg once said “nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected.” In your own life, con...
02/02/2021
Three Classics for Four Hands—Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung — Classical Post

Carl Sandburg once said “nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected.” In your own life, consider that non-milestone birthday party which turned out one of your best ever. Or the new or vintage movie no one knows about that you absolutely love. Or that musician whose performance made you experience a Beethoven sonata in a new way.

William Fietzer reviews Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung's recent performance in the Hudson Valley.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/2/2/three-classics-for-four-hands-alessio-bax-and-lucille-chung

Carl Sandburg once said “nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected.” In your own life, consider that non-milestone birthday party which turned out one of your best ever. Or the new or vintage movie no one knows about that you absolutely love. Or that musician whose ...

On January 15, 2021, the New York City band Founders released Songs for the End of Time Vol. 1—their newest and second a...
02/02/2021
Founders’ New Album Speaks to Our Times with Reimagined Masterpiece — Classical Post

On January 15, 2021, the New York City band Founders released Songs for the End of Time Vol. 1—their newest and second album. Recorded over the span of three days in November 2019, it features an arrangement of Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time, created by Founders’ members Ben Russell and Brandon Ridenour. The release of Songs for the End of Time Vol. 1 carries special meaning—not only as it honors Messiaen’s artistry and gripping story, but also because it coincided with the 80th anniversary of the original work’s premiere.

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https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/1/29/founders-new-album-speaks-to-our-times-with-reimagined-masterpiece

On January 15, 2021, the New York City band Founders released Songs for the End of Time Vol. 1 —their newest and second album. Recorded over the span of three days in November 2019, it features an arrangement of Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time , created by Founders’ members Ben ...

We just interviewed the exceptional power couple Nicholas McGegan, conductor and David V.R. Bowles about creating art in...
01/06/2021
Dynamic Duo—Nicholas McGegan and David v.R. Bowles Discuss Creating and Capturing Art in New Era — Classical Post

We just interviewed the exceptional power couple Nicholas McGegan, conductor and David V.R. Bowles about creating art in this new era. Check out the full interview by Sam Jacobson.

https://classicalpost.com/read/2021/1/4/dynamic-duo-nicholas-mcgegan-and-david-vr-bowles-discuss-creating-and-capturing-art-in-new-era

“We’re all dressed up for nobody — which is kind of fun, actually,” muses Nicholas McGegan shortly before a performance at Cleveland’s Severance Hall, certainly a sign of the times in which concert life proceeds without an audience, and of the conductor’s unwavering high spirits, even du...

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