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Aftab Darvishi

7/24/2017
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Composer Aftab Darvishi speaks about blending musical traditions, having her work deemed "feminine," and the state of new music in Iran.

Duration: 00:25:13


Beth Anderson

6/16/2017
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Composer Beth Anderson on phoning up John Cage, not "looking like" a composer, and the collage that is life.

Duration: 00:27:43


Mari Kimura

4/30/2017
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Composer Mari Kimura on growing up in an experimental solar house, taking care of a terrified audience, and improvising as a way to find one's self.

Duration: 00:30:56


Whitney George

3/31/2017
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New York City-based composer and conductor Whitney George talks about rebellion in the bathtub, the relative loudnesses of sexism, and the beauty inherent in juxtapositions.

Duration: 00:24:46


Dolores White

2/8/2017
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In this episode, Dolores White talks about some of her experiences of segregation, the importance of having access to a broad cultural education, and why encouragement is essential for success in life.

Duration: 00:30:55


Lainie Fefferman

1/12/2017
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NYC-based composer Lainie Fefferman talks about being the only girl in math class, helping audiences get to know performers, and the problem with the word 'genius.'

Duration: 00:27:50


Jessie Montgomery

11/23/2016
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Composer Jessie Montgomery speaks about identity, patriotism, and music as a catalyst for physically bringing people together.

Duration: 00:31:34


Augusta Cecconi-Bates

10/26/2016
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Composer Augusta Cecconi-Bates talks with Elisabeth about growing up a member of "the lost generation," grappling with colleagues' surprise at how "strong" her music is, and learning to respect herself.

Duration: 00:26:39


Anna Höstman

10/12/2016
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Composer Anna Höstman talks with Elisabeth about moths who drink tears, the delights of collaboration, and the value of each person's "absolutely singular" perspective.

Duration: 00:29:55


Ingrid Stölzel

9/26/2016
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Elisabeth talks with Ingrid Stölzel about music she wrote as a child, the experience of being the only woman presenting work at a classical music festival, and the importance of finding a mentor. This episode features clips of music by Stölzel including two chamber works, a piece for choir, and an orchestral piece.

Duration: 00:25:48