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.
The quest for common ground in music seems as fanciful as searching for El Dorado.
Annual Conferences of Chamber Music America and the International Association of Jazz Educators made January a busy month in New York.
Appreciating my natural habitat
Mixing composition with a day job
Frank J. OteriPhoto by Jeffrey Herman
It feels like pianos are everywhere again. The media was all over the 150th Anniversary of Steinway, which also happened to be concurrent with the 175th anniversary of Bösendorfer and …
John La Montaine reflects on his meteoric rise to success in the late 1950s and the current music scene.
Why “romantic” is as bad a word as “classical”