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The 350th Episode of Relevant Tones Features Shawn Okpebholo

Our award-winning podcast Relevant Tones just released its 350th episode!  The episode features an interview with and music by composer Shawn E. Okpebholo hosted by Stephen Anthony Rawson.  Check it… Read More »The 350th Episode of Relevant Tones Features Shawn Okpebholo

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Relevant Tones: Cross Roads

Host Austin Williams explores the cross roads of experimental music and Jazz. Many artists featured on today’s show come from the Twin Cities area which has a large free and… Read More »Relevant Tones: Cross Roads

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Relevant Tones: Classical Next 2022 Part I

Classical:NEXT is the global networking and exchange hub dedicated exclusively to classical and art music, for all professionals – artists, managers, presenters, orchestras, labels, educators, press, media, publishers and more.… Read More »Relevant Tones: Classical Next 2022 Part I

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Relevant Tones: Annika Socolofsky

Annika Socolofsky is a composer and avant folk vocalist who explores corners and colors of the voice frequently deemed to be “untrained” and not “classical.” Described as “unbearably moving” (Gramophone)… Read More »Relevant Tones: Annika Socolofsky

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Relevant Tones: Barry Paul Clark

Barry Paul Clark is an active composer, bassist and improvising musician and he’s a frequent collaborator with artists of all disciplines nationally and internationally. Host Austin Williams talks with him… Read More »Relevant Tones: Barry Paul Clark

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Relevant Tones: Étude 21

Throughout the centuries composers have challenged performers to new heights of manual dexterity by writing études, pieces of music expressly designed to push the boundaries of what is technically possible.… Read More »Relevant Tones: Étude 21

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Relevant Tones: Found Technology

Composers Kelly Sheehan and Chi Wang are finding great creativity in everyday technological objects like Wii remotes. Host Austin Williams gives us a glimpse into this fascinating musical world.

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Relevant Tones: D-Composed

D-Composed is a Chicago-based chamber music experience that honors Black creativity and culture through the music of Black composers. Since 2017, they have created intimate, out-of-the-box experiences that celebrate a… Read More »Relevant Tones: D-Composed

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Relevant Tones: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow’s widely acclaimed memoir is the source for this extremely moving story of his traumatic youth in Louisiana. Composer Terence Blanchard, one of the… Read More »Relevant Tones: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

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Relevant Tones: Nick Zoulek

Versatile saxophonist, composer and improviser Nick Zoulek specializes in an innovative technique that allows him to play multiple notes at the same time or use multiple techniques at the same… Read More »Relevant Tones: Nick Zoulek

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