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Flutist Demarre McGill solos in Marc-André Dalbavie's "Flute Concerto" on April 18, 2019, with the Seattle Symphony, Ludovec Morlot conducting. It's one of four works by Dalbavie featured on the Seattle Symphony's latest CD. (credit: James Holt)

CD Review: Marc-André Dalbavie’s “La source d’un regard” and three concertos, Seattle Symphony

Melinda Bargreen | 15 AUG 2019 Ludovic Morlot’s eight seasons as Seattle Symphony music director (2011-19) will likely be remembered for two important repertoire directions: premieres by the American composer John Luther Adams (“Become Ocean,” “Become Desert”), and contemporary […]

Jennifer Barlament, Executive Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra., in interviewed by Gail O'Neill for the "Collective Knowledge" video series. (credit: Felipe Barral)

Atlanta Symphony’s Jennifer Barlament featured in this week’s episode of Collective Knowledge

EarRelevant Staff | 1 AUG 2019 “Spreading knowledge is the most altruistic thing we can do as human beings,” say Gail O’Neill and Felipe Barral, co-creators of Collective Knowledge, an original video series of half-hour conversations with thought leaders, […]

Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis is featured soloist in Jennifer Higdon's "Harp Concerto." (credit: Robert Muller)

CD Review: “American Rapture” showcases three generations of American composers

Olivia Kieffer | 18 JUL 2019 On May 17, Azica Records released the album American Rapture, featuring harpist Yolanda Kondonassis and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra led by conductor Ward Stare. The album contains works by three generations of composers […]

John Luther Adams, composer of "Become Desert." (source: YouTube)

CD/DVD Review: John Luther Adams’ “Become Desert”

Melinda Bargreen | 9 JUL 2019 First there was Become River, a 16-minute John Luther Adams chamber work commissioned by the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. Then there was Become Ocean, Adams’ soundscape of swirling waves and surging seas, premiered […]