Guy Klucevsek“Just about all the music I have written for dance (over 25 scores) can stand alone as concert music; and the brunt of the repertoire that I play in concert, both solo and with chamber groups and bands, is music that I originally composed for dance…” Paul Dresher“I feel a great freedom to use […]
Merce Cunningham New York, NY – April 17, 2002On the roof of the Cunningham Studios Filmed and Transcribed by Amanda MacBlane The Meaning of Dance Life Forms Dance Independent From Music Chance Operations Training Dance on Film and Motion Capture Computer Technology Newness in Dance vs. Newness in Music Suite for Five in Space and […]
Twenty-one composers have been awarded grants totaling $30,200 to support the production of materials for a premiere performance of their work under the auspices of the American Music Center‘s Margaret Fairbank Jory Copying Assistance Program (CAP). In total this year, the AMC has awarded over $85,000 directly to composers across the nation. “The Copying Assistance […]
Clark Terry, Dave Holland, Henry Threadgill, John Medeski, Cassandra Wilson, Ira Gitler, and Gary Giddins were among the musicians and journalists honored.
Recent awards and appointments.
The debate over the appropriate royalty rates webcasters should pay for streaming music just got a little more interesting. Librarian of Congress James H. Billington today announced his decision with regard to the rates and terms for webcasting and ephemeral recordings, setting a .07¢ performance fee (per performance) for “Internet-only” transmission and “radio retransmission” and […]
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) joined the American Symphony Orchestra League and Chorus America in honoring symphony orchestras and choral ensembles, respectively, for their adventurous programming during the 2001 concert season. ASCAP’s Vice President of Concert Music, Frances Richard was on hand at each organization’s recent national conference to present the […]