Robert Ashley at his home in New York City March 13, 2001, 1:00pm Transcribed by Julia Lu Filmed by Jenny Undercofler Download the Entire Transcript [52K Acrobat PDF] FRANK J. OTERI: I’ve been following your music for over 20 years and am a huge fan of your work which is often hard to describe to […]
Composing music for the stage.
Photo by Lourdes Delgado February 8, 2001 at The Jazz Standard, NYC Members: Ben Allison Frank Kimbrough Ted Nash Michael Blake Ron Horton with Frank J. Oteri Conversation transcribed by Karyn Joaquino Precedents for the Collective Mutual Influence Ken Burns What is Jazz? Jazz Composition Herbie Nichols Reactions to Other People’s Interpretations Rights and Wrongs […]
What exactly is a jazz composer and what constitutes a jazz composition?
The very expression “chamber music” designates music that is site specific more than anything else.
Joan JeanrenaudPhoto by Marion Ettinger, courtesy New Albion Records Joan Jeanrenaud talks with NewMusicBox editor Frank J. Oteri at her home in San Francisco, CA, about her unusual post-Kronos career Friday, November 9, 2000 Transcribed by Lisa Kang The Role of the Performer The Electric Cello Standard Cello Repertoire and String Quartet Repertoire A Collaboration-Oriented […]
Despite our relatively short history as a nation, the United States boasts an artistic landscape that is arguable the most culturally diverse in the world.
John AdamsPhoto by Christine AlicinoCourtesy Nonesuch Records Just three days after completing the score for El Niño, a 110-minute "Christmas oratorio" for soloists, chorus, and orchestra, John Adams invites NewMusicBox editor Frank J. Oteri to his home in Berkeley CA to talk about his newest work and how it fits in with his compositional aesthetics, […]
Pauline Oliveros Frank J. Oteri meets with Pauline Oliveros at Mills College, Oakland CA Wednesday, November 8, 2000, 8:30 – 10:00 p.m. Transcribed by Lisa Kang Defining a Legacy Rethinking the Canon Texas Role Models and Contemporaries Electronics and Indeterminate Music Collaboration and Improvisation Working with Other Musicians: From Quintet of the Americas to Sonic […]
Listening is still a woefully underdeveloped sense compared to sight.