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Category: Classical Music

RPO Guest Conductor Series: Michael Francis

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Polyphonic.org Managing Editor, Steve Danyew interviews Michael Francis, guest conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in May 2014.

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RPO Guest Conductor Series: Thomas Wilkins

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William Paceley interviews Thomas Wilkins, guest conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in May 2014.

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RPO Guest Conductor Series: Michael Christie

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William Paceley interviews Michael Christie, guest conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in April 2014.

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A conversation with Edward Arron

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Polyphonic.org’s Kelly Kasle interviews cellist and artistic director Edward Arron about his recent projects and work as an artist director and performer.

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A conversation with Jennifer Koh

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Kelly Kasle interviews Jennifer Koh, guest artist for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in September 2013.

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Mohammed Fairouz: In the Shadow of No Towers

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Mohammed Fairouz discusses his new composition In the Shadow of No Towers and gave us a first look into his beautifully hand written score. Click here to listen to selections from the piece. Annotations Navigate to different topics in this interview Introduction - 0:03 The University of Kansas - 0:10 Why did you feel that

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The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

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OnCampus TV host Kelly Kasle spoke with Katy Clark, the President and Executive Director of Orchestra of St. Luke’s, about their beautiful new home The DiMenna Center for Classical Music. The DiMenna Center is a new idea for a space because its primary purpose is for rehearsals, learning, and recording. Annotations Navigate to different topics

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Michael Royce: Benefits of Crowdfunding

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Polyphonic’s On Campus TV host Kelly Kasle spoke with Michael Royce, Executive Director of the New York Foundation for the Arts, at the 2012 Self Employment for the Arts conference about ArtSpire.org. ArtSpire.org is a crowd funding website for artists run by NYFA. Annotations Navigate to different topics in this interview Career Shift: Acting to

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Rochester Fringe Festival: Sound ExChange + BIODANCE

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The 2012 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival showcased nearly 200 performances in five days. In this video, performers from Sound ExChange and BIODANCE discuss the preparation that went into putting on a collaborative show for the festival. Breakdown: Dance/Sound combined the music of Sound ExChange’s 50-member orchestra with modern dance performed by members of BIODANCE.

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Jade Simmons discusses her preparation to be a professional musician

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Polyphonic’s OnCampus TV host Kelly Kasle interviewed classical pianist Jade Simmons at the 2012 Self Employment for the Arts Conference. They talk about what the next step is after college for a student looking to become a professional musician, and Jade gave us her best advice from her own experiences. Annotations Navigate to different topics

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Dr. Ralph P. Locke: Social Responsibility of the Musicologist, and his new translation of an essay by Franz Liszt

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Dr. Ralph P. Locke: Social Responsibility of the Musicologist, and his new translation of an essay by Franz Lisztplaybutton

Greg Sandow interviews Dr. Ralph P. Locke, professor of musicology at the Eastman School of Music, regarding his research on Franz Liszt, his translation of one of Liszt’s essay that he wrote at the age of 23, and his thoughts on the relevance and importance of musicology for the current music environment.

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American Horn Quartet: Having Your Own Ensemble / Performance Opportunities in Europe

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Established in 1982 by four Americans who perform in well-known European orchestras, the American Horn Quartet enjoys ever increasing popularity in the brass chamber music world. Its members have won numerous prizes as soloists at international competitions in Europe and North America.

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