Summary: Featuring conversations with today's most eminent composers, performers, musical writers and thinkers.
Phil sits down with composer and writer Daniel Felsenfeld to discuss everything from Arthur Berger and Stravinsky to Daniel's latest project: an opera based on the life and times of Alfred Kinsey.
Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers discusses her recent collaborations with composer Mason Bates, and the recording premiere of the Vieuxtemps Guarneri del Gesu violin.
Composer and songwriter BJ Leiderman talks about his iconic work on National Public Radio, and his first studio album.
Cleveland Orchestra principal flutist Joshua Smith talks about his album "Live at The Happy Dog."
Composer David Maslanka talks about the difference between talent and technique, studying composition in the 1960's, and writing serious music for wind ensemble.
Clint Needham stops by the podcast to talk about new music, what makes it last, and where it's headed.
Yolanda Kondonassis talks about the rewards and challenges of being a harpist.
Maestro JoAnn Falletta talks about her life and work, and the state of American music.
Composer Jennifer Higdon discusses her newly completed opera, Cold Mountain.
Composer David Rakowski talks about the premiere of his second piano concerto.
Composer Daron Hagen discusses his life and work, and his upcoming opera, A Woman in Morocco.