music interview

On Friday, September 15th, the Yale Philharmonia is starting their new season with one of the most radical works ever written: Stravinsky's ballet, The Rite of Spring!

Kate Remington talked with conductor Peter Oundjian about the season opening concert, which also includes Mozart's Symphony No. 40, and Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis.

Greater Bridgeport Symphony

The Greater Bridgeport Symphony opens its new season on Saturday, September 16th at the Klein in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Kate Remington talked with Greater Bridgeport Symphony Executive Director Mark Halstead about the revolutionary theme of this season's concerts, starting with music written before and after the Russian Revolution.

Supergiant Games

The only way to escape from the Downside, where you begin your journey in Pyre, is through a series of battles against other bands of exiles known as The Rites.

Pyre is the most ambitious game yet from Supergiant Games. Its three-year development gave composer and Audio Director Darren Korb plenty of time to create a unique identity for the music. As he told me, his overall concept was to give the soundtrack the feel of a band of troubadours accompanying you on your journey.

Vladimir Vizireanu's first season as the new music director of the North Shore Symphony Orchestra is wrapping up with a concert on Saturday, June 3, featuring the winners of the New Horizons Composer Competition and winners of the NSSO Young Artist Competition. Kate Remington talked with Vlad about starting from scratch with a new orchestra and his future plans for the NSSO.

On Saturday, May 20, the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra and the Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut will present Mahler's epic Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection." Kate Remington talked with conductor Jonathan Yates about preparing to perform this monumental work, and why it's got something for everyone:

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