Zaimont: Composer’s Corner Q & A

In this edition of Subito’s “Composer’s Corner” series, we’re talking with Judith Lang Zaimont, composer, performer, educator, scholar and advocate for contemporary music and women composers. She shares her thoughts about working during the Covid pandemic, about why she still composes pen-to-paper, how she adapts to technologies to share her music, and her best advice […] Read more »

Moravec: Composer’s Corner Q & A

Paul Moravec

Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Moravec is the featured artist in this issue of “Composer’s Corner.” His long career as a composer, pianist and educator gives him an insider’s perspective as he shares what he’s been doing during the pandemic, his compositional process, teaching, and why winning the Pulitzer Prize in Music “remains a thrilling development in […] Read more »

Sierra: CONCIERTO DE CAMERA *Virtual Concert*

Concert: Sierra: CONCIERTO DE CAMERA *Virtual Concert* Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2021-04-10 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Oberlin Sinfonietta and Contemporary Music Ensemble Link: https://calendar.oberlin.edu/event/oberlin_stage_left_oberlin_conservatory_large_ensembles_2737 Concert Information: “Saturday Stage Left Large Ensembles” Timothy Weiss, conductor Oberlin Conservatory of Music Oberlin, OH Read more »

Frazelle: Composer’s Corner Q & A

In this edition of “Composer’s Corner,” we’re highlighting Kenneth Frazelle — composer and pianist. The North Carolina-native’s large catalog ranges from solo piano works to choral music and songs, chamber music, orchestral works and concertos. Frazelle is also an artist specializing in watercolors! We checked-in with him to find out what he’s been doing during […] Read more »

Lee: Composer’s Corner Q & A

Welcome back to Subito’s “Composer’s Corner.” This issue features James Lee III, a sought-after composer and pianist in American contemporary music. During this challenging era of how the pandemic has effected artists, we talked with him about: composing in a virtual world; his compositional process; some of his favorite works, and the desire to “compose […] Read more »