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MPP 062: Darien Shulman on Composing for Television

11/21/2017
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Composer Darien Shulman returns to talk about his experience writing for a new television series.

Duration:00:51:31

MPP 061: Independent Music Publishers Cooperative

11/6/2017
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After a Summer hiatus, Dennis returns for a conversation with composers Elizabeth Alexander and J. David Moore, two of the founding members of the Independent Music Publishers Cooperative.

Duration:01:07:51

MPP 052: One Year Anniversary Extravaganza

5/22/2017
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MPP celebrates one year of episodes with reflection on the past year, a look ahead to the coming months, and a drink with return guest Jay Venute.

Duration:01:10:28

MPP 051: New Music Gathering, Part 2

5/21/2017
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Dennis is joined by composers Tony Manfredonia and Ed Windels to share even more reactions to the third New Music Gathering, held in Bowling Green, OH.

Duration:00:50:29

MPP 050: New Music Gathering, Part 1

5/18/2017
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Dennis is joined by soprano Elisabeth Halliday and composer Spencer Arias to talk about their reactions to the third New Music Gathering, held in Bowling Green, OH.

Duration:00:42:35

MPP 049: Marc Ostrow on Legal and Legislative Developments

5/8/2017
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Entertainment lawyer Marc Ostrow returns to MPP to talk about recent legal and legislative developments in copyright and licensing.

Duration:00:52:58

MPP 048: Martha Mooke on Finding Balance

4/27/2017
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Composer/violist Martha Mooke talks about improvisation, following your passions, and finding balance.

Duration:01:06:43

MPP 047: Brian Coughlin on Embracing Variety

4/17/2017
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Composer/bassist Brian Coughlin talks about non-linear career paths, meaningful collaborations, being open to a variety of experiences, and learning from your mistakes.

Duration:00:49:56

MPP 046: Robert Paterson on Rejection and Support Systems

4/11/2017
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Composer Robert Paterson talks about running composition competitions, believing in yourself, dealing with rejection, and having support systems in place.

Duration:01:18:02

MPP 045: Reg Unterseher on Curation

4/4/2017
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Dennis talks with composer Reg Unterseher about the benefits of curation, the future of electronic scores, and different models of distribution and publication.

Duration:00:54:49

MPP 044: Darien Shulman on Commercial Music

3/28/2017
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After ten months of doing this show, I finally managed to get my husband, Darien Shulman, on the podcast! Darien is a composer who started his musical career as a concert music composer, and has made the transition to writing for TV and film. In this week's episode, we talk about different philosophies of music education, writing for commercials, and what it takes to kill your darlings.

Duration:01:14:40

MPP 043: Alexandra Gardner on Composer Websites

3/21/2017
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Composer Alexandra Gardner (Ep. 9) returns to talk about what should and shouldn’t go into your composer website. Links: Alexandra Gardner Dale Trumbore: Seven Things to Remove from Your Website DaleTrubmore.com Caroline Shaw Agata Zubel Harold Meltzer

Duration:00:58:22

MPP 041: Kevin Clark on Kickstarter and the Economics of Art

3/6/2017
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Kevin Clark is a philanthropy consultant, product manager, and composer working to help artists thrive. He is the brains behind the New Music USA project platform, and speaks and writes about arts economics, technology in the arts and non-profit worlds, and philanthropy. During the course of our conversation, we talked about some of the interesting up-and-coming organizations that he consults for, making art sustainable, Baumol's cost disease, and fundraising with Kickstarter.

Duration:01:00:22

MPP 040: Jonathan Newman on Strength in Numbers

2/27/2017
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In addition to his work as a composer, Jonathan Newman is the Director of Composition & Coordinator of New Music at the Shenandoah Conservatory; he was also a founding member of the composer consortium BCM International. During the course of our conversation, we talked about writing for educational ensembles, the history and impact of BCM International, and being “pigeonholed”. Links: JonathanNewman.com Jonathan on Facebook Jonathan on Twitter BCM International BCM Forums

Duration:01:10:49

MPP 039: Anne Lanzilotti on Collaboration and Commissioning

2/20/2017
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Anne Lanzilotti is a violist, composer, and fierce advocate of contemporary music. She is a member of The Rhythm Method string quartet, co-founder for Kalikolehua — El Sistema Hawai‘i, and a member of the string faculty at NYU Steinhardt, and she created “Shaken Not Stuttered”, an online resource of extended techniques for strings used in Andrew Norman’s orchestral and chamber works. During the course of our conversation, she and I talked about collaboration, the joys and challenges of...

Duration:00:59:32

MPP 038: David and Matthew Maslanka on Forging Your Own Path

2/13/2017
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For this week's episode, I sat down to chat with David and Matthew Maslanka. David is a renowned composer, often known for his extensive catalog of works for wind ensemble; and Matthew, David's son, is a euphonist and engraver, and handles the operations for publishing David's music. During the course of the conversation, we talked about the trajectory of David's career and the important changes he made and risks he took along the way, how Matthew handles publishing David's works, and the...

Duration:01:01:33

MPP 037: Dale Trumbore & Brandon Elliott on Recording Projects

2/6/2017
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In her first appearance on the show, exactly 30 episodes ago, Dale Trumbore mentioned How to Go On, her secular requiem commissioned by Choral Arts Initiative. She explained the plan to premiere and record the piece with the ensemble, and promised to be back to talk about the process. So this week, she and CAI Artistic Director Brandon Elliott join me to talk about the process of the preparation and recording of the album: from the project's genesis through fundraising, marketing...

Duration:01:13:11

MPP 036: Joshua Gersen on Youth Symphonies

1/30/2017
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Joshua Gersen is, in addition to being a composer, the Musical Director of the New York Youth Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the New York Philharmonic. An advocate for new music, he helps to oversee the NYYS’s annual composer competition, which awards commissions to three composers under 30. During the course of our conversation,w e talked about the role of youth orchestras, the nature of orchestral writing, and the annual NYYS composition competition. Links: Joshua Gersen New...

Duration:00:56:05

MPP 035: Scott Tegge on Diversified Revenue

1/23/2017
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Scott Tegge, tubist for the Gaudete Brass, knows how to hustle, and he's genuinely an awesome guy. We met at the "composer hang" coordinated by Frank J. Oteri during the Midwest Clinic, and I knew right away that he had to be a guest on the show. In addition to all the work he does for the quintet, he also teaches an insane amount, and is in the process of creating a new non-profit to help generate more opportunities for brass players. During the course of our conversation, a few of the...

Duration:01:03:02

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