Music Publishing Podcast Episode Archive
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Composer Reg Unterseher talks about the benefits of curation, the future of electronic scores, and different forms of distribution and publication.
Darien Shulman talks about different philosophies of music education, writing for commercials, and what it takes to kill your darlings.
Composer Alexandra Gardner returns to talk about what should and shouldn’t go into your composer website.
Podcaster and bassist Jason Heath talks about working with (and getting commissions from) school ensembles, and ways that composers and performers can leverage podcasting and blogging
Composer Kevin Clark talks about making art sustainable, Baumol’s cost disease, and fundraising with Kickstarter.
Composer Jonathan Newman talks about writing for educational ensembles, the history and impact of BCM International, and being “pigeonholed”
Anne Lanzilotti talks about collaboration, the joys and challenges of commissioning, and new music advocacy.
David and Matthew Maslanka talk about taking risks, their unique publishing setup, and the importance of being true to your music and yourself.
Composer Dale Trumbore and conductor Brandon Elliott talk about the process of recording a full-length choral album together
Conductor Joshua Gersen talks about the role of youth orchestras, the nature of orchestral writing, and the annual NYYS composition competition.
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