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Join Bruce Adolphe, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's Resident Lecturer, for investigations and insights into chamber music masterworks. Beloved by regulars and a revelation to first-timers for their depth, accessibility, and brilliance, we dig into the ICM lecture recording archive to share our favorite lectures with you.
 
Chamber Music America, the national network for ensemble music professionals, develops, supports, and strengthens the chamber music field with a membership including musicians, ensembles, presenters, artist managers, educators, music businesses, and advocates of ensemble music, CMA welcomes members representing a wide range of musical styles and traditions. CMA Talks series receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Doris ...
 
Hosted by Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the Chamber of Musical Curiosities is a podcast exploring the world in and around Musica Viva Australia. This season features an eclectic range of guests in conversation with Paul Kildea, as both parties reflect upon creativity, their career, and their passion for chamber music. Australian linguist and musicologist Malcolm Gillies, violinist Wilma Smith, writer and broadcaster Jane Caro, and actor and theatre director John Bell all feature.
 
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On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Schubert's Quartet in G major for Strings, D. 887, Op. 161. Featuring a performance by The Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers, Ryan Meehan, violin; Jeremy Berry, viola; Estelle Choi, cello)Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
In this episode, we speak with Melody Buyukozer Dawkins from Slover Linett Audience Research (https://sloverlinett.com/) on the new qualitative report, “A Place to Be Heard, A Space to Be Held: Black Perspectives on Creativity, Trustworthiness, Welcome, and Well-Being” (https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/a-place-to-be-heard-a-…
 
In this episode, Paul Kildea speaks with Australian actor, writer and singer Simon Gleeson. Simon talks about his childhood and how his earliest performances were together on stage with his father in amateur theatre. He also describes meeting Paul Kildea when he was 15 years old and how Paul inspired him to seriously try and make a career in the ar…
 
In this episode, we hear from pianist, music educator, and researcher, Rod Vester, whose recent article in the Summer 2021 issue of Chamber Music Magazine urges ensembles and organizations not to abandon the racial equity commitments they made during 2020’s public reckoning. He talks about his personal connection to this work, highlights the import…
 
In this instalment of the podcast, Paul Kildea has a lively conversation with percussionist and curator Claire Edwardes. The dialogue starts with Claire Edwardes' kaleidoscopic background and how calling Claire just a 'percussionist' does her no justice. She talks about her love of music from a very young age and how her love of playing music with …
 
In episode 8 of the podcast, Paul Kildea sits down with the native French, French Horn player Nicolas Fleury. During the episode, Paul and Nicolas discuss some of the most iconic works written for the horn. Nicolas describes some of the unique features of the horn, how the instrument works and explores the most interesting facts about a few of his …
 
In episode seven, Artistic Director Paul Kildea chats with violinist, composer, and Musica Viva FutureMaker Harry Ward. Their wide-ranging conversation begins with a discussion of Harry's exciting new arrangement of Mahler's Piano Quartet, which will be debuted by pianist Konstantin Shamray, the ANAM Orchestra, and concertmaster Sophie Rowell. Harr…
 
In this episode, Paul Kildea is joined by contemporary classical, jazz and experimental composer, Alice Humphries. This insightful conversation touches on Alice's early years and her love for a wide range of musical genres and instruments, they discuss creativity and pushing boundaries within arranging music and composing during a pandemic. Alice H…
 
Paul and Jane discuss the not so linear path of her career and beginnings in advertising, identifying as an out, loud and proud feminist, miming the flute and dealing with age discrimination. With music creeping its way into her life as a teenager, during the era of rock and roll Jane relives the experience of attending Led Zeppelin's infamous conc…
 
In this episode of the Chamber of Musical Curiosities, Artistic Director Paul Kildea talks with the Australian artist Genevieve Lacey. As he eloquently notes in the introduction, to simply refer to Genevieve as 'a recorder player, is missing the point', as she has forged a rich career, with credits as a performer, composer, and curator. In this con…
 
In the third episode of the Chamber of Musical Curiosities podcast, Paul Kildea is joined by actor, producer, director and author John Bell, known for his influence on the development of Australian theatre through the 20th century. Together they reminisce on Paul's first encounter with John's work in 1984, his fond memories of University years, and…
 
In the second episode, Artistic Director Paul Kildea is in conversation with Musica Viva's own Artistic Director of Competitions, Wilma Smith. Together they discuss Wilma's musical journey from New Zealand to the United States, her subsequent studies with the legendary Dorothy DeLay, and the founding of the New Zealand String Quartet. Wilma shares …
 
On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Stravinsky's L'Histoire du soldat (The Soldier's Tale), Trio Version for Violin, Clarinet, and Piano. Featuring a performance by Ida Kavafian, violin; Jose Franch-Ballester, clarinet; and Anne-Marie McDermott, piano.Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
This episode features a conversation between Chamber Music America CEO, Margaret M. Lioi, and composer, pianist, and educator Joan Tower. Listen in as they discuss Tower's life and work that has made her one of the most important American composers living today.Joan Tower will receive the Richard J. Bogomolny National Service Award Visionary Award …
 
On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Berg's Lyric Suite for String Quartet with Soprano. Featuring a performance by Tony Arnold, soprano; and the Ulysses Quartet (Christina Bouey, Rhiannon Banerdt, violin; Colin Brookes, viola; Grace Ho, cello).Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Schubert's Quintet in C major for Two Violins, Viola, and Two Cellos, D. 956, Op. 163. Featuring a performance by the Daniel Phillips, Chad Hoopes, violin; En-Chi Cheng, viola; Mihai Marica, Inbal Segev, cello.Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
This episode features a conversation between Chamber Music America CEO, Margaret M. Lioi, and pianist, composer, and vocalist Samora Pinderhughes. Listen in as they cover a wide range of topics including Samora’s musical history, mentors, and social justice activism.Samora will receive CMA’s Visionary Award as part of CMA’s 2020 Conference, Music, …
 
On this week's lecture, resident lecturer Bruce Adolphe discusses Haydn's Quartet in E-flat major for Strings, Hob. III:38, Op. 33, No. 2, “The Joke”. Featuring a performance by the Aeolus Quartet (Miki-Sophia Cloud, Rachel Shapiro, violin; Caitlin Lynch, viola; Alan Richardson, cello).Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
On today's episode, Bruce Adolphe the resident lecturer of CMS talks about Dvořák's Quintet in E-flat major for Two Violins, Two Violas, and Cello, Op. 97, “American”. Excerpts performed by Arnaud Sussmann, Angelo Xiang Yu, violin; Paul Neubauer, Matthew Lipman, viola; Nicholas Canellakis, cello.Bởi The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
 
In this episode, we’ll hear from Angela Myles Beeching, a music career coach who teaches musicians how to get more of their best work out into the world. She is the former director of career and entrepreneurship programs at Manhattan School of Music, Indiana University, and New England Conservatory. She writes the “Angela Answers” column in CMA’s C…
 
In this episode, we listen to part of Zara Lawler’s March 2018 First Tuesday session, Strategies for Educational Outreach and Youth Centered Programming. Flutist Zara Lawler, specializes in interdisciplinary collaborations and engaging performances for young audiences. A grantee of CMA’s Residency Partnership Program, Lawler discusses how to develo…
 
In part one of our two part podcast featuring Bob Harlow, we’ll listen to selections from his 2019 CMA Conference session, Audience Building on a Budget. Market Researcher Bob Harlow has spent the last two decades helping arts organizations, foundations, and corporations understand how different audiences think and make decisions. He currently lead…
 
In part two of our podcast with Bob Harlow we’ll listen to selections from his 2019 CMA Conference session, Audience Building on a Budget. Market Researcher Bob Harlow has spent the last two decades helping arts organizations, foundations, and corporations understand how different audiences think and make decisions. He currently leads his own marke…
 
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