Frank J. Oteri appears in the following:
Thursday, June 09, 2011
Yes, it was 1976 was the year of the United States Bicentennial. But it also marked an important time in contemporary American music. Philip Glass’s “Einstein on the Beach” premiered that year, as did Steve Reich’s “Music for 18 Musicians.” American composer Ned Rorem also picked up a Pulitzer that year for his suite, “Air Music.” American Music Center Composer Advocate Frank Oteri joins us to elaborate.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Noise has been a musical ingredient from the 60’s rock (The Who, Velvet Underground, Jimi Hendrix) to the 70’s punk to experimental classical movements like Futurism and Dada, not to mention recent artists like Rhys Chatham and Sonic Youth. Today, Frank J. Oteri, founding editor of NewMusicBox.org, and Paul D. ...
Thursday, December 11, 2008
As composer Elliott Carter celebrates his 100th birthday today, the classical music world is taking notice, with numerous performances of his dramatically complex works. What’s more, Carter remains as prolific as ever. He penned nine new scores last year, according to his publisher, with another seven planned by the end ...
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Ever seen a marching band of 100 tubas? Or an orchestra made up of 200 electric guitarists and bassists? Frank J. Oteri
, editor of web magazine NewMusicBox, and Frank Scheffer
, director of the new DVD "Helicopter String Quartet," join us to talk about some of the most bizarre music performances ...
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Arts critics have either been laid off or forced into early retirement at the Chicago Sun-Times, Minneapolis Star Tribune and New York magazine, among other publications. It's left many wondering…why now? Can blogs fill in the gaps? We talk with Frank J. Oteri
, composer and editor of NewMusicBox.org; and Drew ...