Articles by Frank Oteri
Frank J. Oteri, New Music USA's Composer Advocate and the Senior Editor of NewMusicBox, is an outspoken crusader for new music and the breaking down of barriers between genres. Frank’s own musical compositions reconcile structural concepts from minimalism and serialism and frequently explore microtonality.
Whether combining serialism and minimalism, reconceptualizing microtonality or ragtime, or re-assembling an Elvis recording, James Tenney’s music continues to push limits while bridging opposition.
Information about the music winners in the 2005 American Academy of Arts and Letters ceremonial.
The NAJP Classical Music Critic Survey and the upcoming National Critics Conference in Los Angeles have Critics Critic Frank J. Oteri thinking that maybe it’s time to get beyond the criticism and to rally together.
G. Schirmer, Inc. has announcd an exclusive agreement with the Israeli-American composer Avner Dorman. With the signing, the 30 year-old Dorman becomes both the newest and youngest composer on the G. Schirmer roster.
Silent mental patient known as “Piano Man” gives marathon solo piano performance.
Listen to just about anything ever recorded in the Glass canon.
There’s always a moment at some point in the American Music Center’s Annual Awards Meeting and Awards Ceremony when it feels great to be a part of the American new music community. Sometimes there are several. I want to share a few of mine…
For the past year, we’ve been recreating NewMusicBox from the bottom to the top, making it more intuitive and easier to navigate and giving it a structure that will allow us to update information everywhere on the site more frequently: weekly, daily, hourly! So forget about sleeping…
Previous Composers in Residence at the American Academy in Rome Stephen Albert Kathryn Alexander Samuel Barber Leslie Bassett David Snow Bates Robert Beaser Jack Beeson Larry Thomas Bell Derek Bermel Chester Biscardi Martin …
Has the Pulitzer prize actually changed? It looks like it hasn’t, and that might be a good thing.