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David Alan Miller conducts the National Orchestral Institute. Photo by Geoff Sheil.

Show Notes

There’s a reason that great works in classical music have stuck around for so long. Once upon a time, it was all music composed by  groundbreaking artists, churning out new sounds and ideas never heard before. But at some point, it’s like someone somewhere decided that the canon was complete. Why? In this episode, National Orchestral Institute director Richard Scerbo and recent GRAMMY nominee/past winner David Alan Miller (Albany Symphony Music Director) talk about the groundbreaking composers of the past and present.  

Music in this episode:

Special thanks to Todd Reynolds for his music, Taskforce: Farmlab from Outerbourough

Thanks to our official existentially troubled donut shop, Dawn’s Donuts: “We’ve got a hole right in the center of our being.”

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