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CD Review: “A Warm Day in Winter” showcases music of winsome ease

Karl Henning | 06 SEP 2019 The Naxos Records American Classics Series is unusual, perhaps unique, among presently-active record labels. It has included notable and highly welcome recordings of such classic (in the source sense of time-honored) American composers […]

GaTech Center for Music Technology director Gil Weinberg and PhD candidate Richard Savery pose with a Shimi robot. (source: Georgia Tech)

Georgia Tech’s robotic music lab awarded new National Science Foundation grant

EarRelevant Staff | 02 SEP 2019 ATLANTA, GA—  The Georgia Tech School of Music announced on Friday that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology director Gil Weinberg and PhD candidate Richard Savery […]

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CD Review: “Piano Gems” cuts deeper than typical favorites collection

Mark Buller | 27 AUG 2019 The twenty-first century has so far not been especially kind to the recording industry, and the classical sector is no exception. And yet we can easily find ourselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume […]

GaTech's Ferst Center will again be the site of the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition finals in 020. (photo: Georgia Tech School of Music)

Call for submissions: 2020 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition

EarRelevant Staff | 20 AUG 2019 ATLANTA, GA— The Georgia Tech School of Music announced a call for submissions yesterday for the 2020 Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition. The annual event is aimed at identifying the world’s next generation […]

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 […]