To wrap up the 2023 year and as the Holidays are approaching, we bring you this special playlist “Home for the Holidays” to celebrate.
Program Type: Streaming
In this week’s playlist, we feature violinist, Davis Brooks. He is Professor of Violin Emeritus at Butler University in Indianapolis.
Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor, Eric Whitacre, is among today’s most popular musicians. His works are programmed worldwide and his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united 100,000 singers from more than 145 countries.
In this week’s playlist, we feature composer, James Stephenson. He came late to his full-time composing career, having performed 17 seasons as a trumpeter in the Naples Philharmonic in Florida. As such, the composer is largely self-taught, making his voice truly individual and his life’s work all the more remarkable.
Nicholas Sokol is a composer, conductor, and pianist specializing in solo, chamber, orchestral, choral, and electronic music. Nicholas’ music has been performed throughout the United States and at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall. His music has been performed by members of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, members of the New World Symphony, the Atlantic Music Festival Orchestra, and the Atlantic Music Festival New Music Ensemble.
Ohio-based composer Rick Sowash strives for a sense of authenticity in his music. In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio, Sowash spoke of the influence of his grandmother, who, though she has passed away, still influences his compositional process, keeping him grounded in music that truly comes from who he is.
In this week’s playlist, we feature multi-award-winning Belize-born British composer and performer, Errollyn Wallen. She was awarded an MBE in 2007 in the Queen’s Birthday Honours and a CBE in 2020 in the New Year Honours, for services to music.
In this week’s playlist, we feature performances and compositions by North Macedonian pianist and composer Natasha Stojanovska. You’ll hear Natasha talk with host Salvador all about her album “Uncommon Voices”, her background, and even her connections to Indiana.
This week’s playlist highlights the Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands, Instrumental Activities, and Educational Outreach at the University of Indianapolis, Jon Noworyta. It is in honor of National Arts in Education Week which runs from September 10 – 16.
Classical pianist Clare Longen …