Music Publishing Podcast Episode Archive
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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.
Tubist Scott Tegge talks about collaboration, having diversified income, and knowing how to fundraise.
Composer William J. Lackey talks about transformative teachers, learning administrative skills, and a host of composer opportunities
Frank J. Oteri talks about reconciling different genres, thinking about audiences and their preconceptions, and amateurism.
Composer/Composer Advocate Frank Oteri discusses pushing artistic boundaries, the nature of "originality", and what it means to be an advocate for new music (Part 1 of 2)
Composer Reena Esmail joins Dennis to discuss a range of topics, including being a woman composer and a composer of color.
Composer Stacy Garrop talks about writing cold emails to ensembles, going freelance full-time, and overcoming shyness
Dennis is joined by several guests - new and returning - to talk about their experiences at The Midwest Clinic 2016
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