PostClassic

PostClassic is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, PostClassic is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like AfriClassical or My Classical Notes and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2014-08-09. Since then, a total of 127 articles have been written and published by PostClassic.

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PostClassic seems to be on pause right now, since no article has been published for 3 months. The last article in PostClassic, "Become Wind", is dated 2017-04-07.

"On pause" does not mean, however, that PostClassic will not resume its activity soon, nor that its articles are less interesting than another more active source.

This editorial activity is no different from that recorded for the previous period.

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2017-04-07 22:29:27

I have a rare NYC performance next week, and, even rarer, a NYC world premiere. The ensemble Contemporaneous, led by Bard graduates David Bloom and Dylan Mattingly, is premiering my Cap Rock Wind for mezzo-soprano (Lucy Dhegrae) and chamber orchestra at Roulette Tuesday night at 8, and then recapping it up in Tivoli where I […]

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2016-08-24 15:54:56

Thanks to an unencumbered and rather inspired summer, I am more than halfway through an evening-length collection of pieces for three microtonally retuned Disklaviers. I’m calling it Hyperchromatica, because a melodic reliance on intervals smaller than a quarter-tone is about the only stylistic constant. 33 pitches to the octave. Most of the pieces have polytempo […]

PostClassic

2016-08-24 13:54:56

Thanks to an unencumbered and rather inspired summer, I am more than halfway through an evening-length collection of pieces for three microtonally retuned Disklaviers. I’m calling it Hyperchromatica, because a melodic reliance on intervals smaller than a quarter-tone is about the only stylistic constant. 33 pitches to the octave. Most of the pieces have polytempo […]

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2016-05-26 22:00:16

Over the last eleven years, I’ve given at least twenty-two keynote addresses and conference papers, and in recent weeks I’ve managed to post all but six of them (three of those rather redundant, given my other writings) on my web site. I also didn’t put up my keynote to the 2013 Earle Brown conference in […]

PostClassic

2016-05-26 20:00:16

Over the last eleven years, I’ve given at least twenty-two keynote addresses and conference papers, and in recent weeks I’ve managed to post all but six of them (three of those rather redundant, given my other writings) on my web site. I also didn’t put up my keynote to the 2013 Earle Brown conference in […]

PostClassic

2016-05-14 11:44:53

Bari – Pianist Emanuele Arciuli, director of the “Embracing the Universe” festival that ended yesterday, likes to casually mention that America is currently producing the best music in the world – and he doesn’t mean pop or jazz. He means postclassical. I didn’t know the whole program when I first wrote about it last week, […]

PostClassic

2016-05-14 09:44:53

Bari – Pianist Emanuele Arciuli, director of the “Embracing the Universe” festival that ended yesterday, likes to casually mention that America is currently producing the best music in the world – and he doesn’t mean pop or jazz. He means postclassical. I didn’t know the whole program when I first wrote about it last week, […]

PostClassic

2016-05-02 22:11:28

Next week, May 9-12, Bari Conservatory in southern Italy, on the Adriatic, is hosting a totalism festival, titled “Embracing the Universe,” directed by Emanuele Arciuli, who is perhaps Italy’s greatest advocate for recent American music in its more populist forms. (I had announced the festival for last September, but it was postponed.) You may remember […]

PostClassic

2016-05-02 20:11:28

Next week, May 9-12, Bari Conservatory in southern Italy, on the Adriatic, is hosting a totalism festival, titled “Embracing the Universe.” It was organized and is directed by pianist Emanuele Arciuli, who is perhaps Italy’s greatest advocate for recent American music of a more populist bent. (I had announced the festival for last September, but it was […]

PostClassic

2016-02-24 20:31:50

It’s remotely conceivable that you’re sitting around with nothing to do, and in case you’re in that enviable position, I have two hours’ worth of new recordings of my music up to entertain you. Most consequentially, my Ezra Pound song cycle Proença (2015) received its official premiere Saturday night in Kansas City; Michelle Allen McIntire […]

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