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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

God Bless Kentucky

Just when you think everything totally hip is going on in or around the major coastal cities, I discover that WUOL out of Louisville, Kentucky, has a program dedicated to living composers. Details:

Broadcast Sunday’s at 7:00pm, Brave New World features today’s living composers.

Each week Daniel Gilliam will program music that challenges and excites, but above all gives voice to those writing for these present days.

If you are a composer, we would love to hear from you. Broadcast quality recordings can be sent to:

Daniel Gilliam
WUOL
619 S. Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Be sure to include a resume (with complete contact information) and program notes on your piece(s) with your recording. While no guarantees can be made that your music will be aired, you can be assured that we will consider it and add it to our library.

The Louisville Orchestra has always been extremely friendly to contemporary composers (as evidenced by the First Edition Recordings series), but I've yet to hear of a radio hour devoted only to contemporary music--especially one so open. Am I wrong? Please do inform me otherwise.

4 Comments:

Blogger daniel said...

Thanks for the plug!

You can tune in through streaming audio at wuol.org.

7:32 AM  
Blogger daniel said...

this week on brave new world:

meredith monk
herbert bielawa
ned rorem
arvo part
gyorgy kurtag
and more...

sunday - 7pm - wuol.org

11:24 AM  
Blogger daniel said...

this week on brave new world:

meredith monk
herbert bielawa
ned rorem
arvo part
gyorgy kurtag
and more...

sunday - 7pm - wuol.org

daniel gilliam

11:25 AM  
Blogger daniel said...

this week on brave new world:

meredith monk
herbert bielawa
ned rorem
arvo part
gyorgy kurtag
and more...

sunday - 7pm - wuol.org

daniel gilliam

11:25 AM  

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