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Tobin Low

Tobin is a cellist and radio producer based in New York. He currently splits his time between playing for the New Haven Symphony and producing for Q2 Music. His work has also appeared on the WQXR Live from Carnegie Hall broadcasts. Tobin attended circus camp as a child.

Tobin Low appears in the following:

A Musical Tribute to Edgar Varèse, April 17, 1981

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

How a Frank Zappa-hosted concert of music by Varèse was resurrected
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Frank Zappa Referees Tribute to Edgard Varèse

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Q2 Music is thrilled to present an archival recording of the famous Frank Zappa-hosted concert of the music of Edgard Varèse, recorded April 17, 1981 at the now-defunct Palladium in NYC.

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Phyllis Chen Ennobles the Toy Piano in 'Little Things'

Monday, August 12, 2013

On Phyllis Chen's "Little Things," you forget about the novelty of the toy piano and start to focus on its possibilities. Stream the full album all this week.

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46 Different Recordings of The Rite of Spring in 3 Minutes

Monday, June 10, 2013

From 46 different recordings, Q2 Music presents the iconic “Augurs of Spring” performed by as many ensembles and soloists as could be squeezed into 3 minutes.

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Ireland's Explosive Crash Ensemble Returns to Carnegie Hall

Friday, May 17, 2013

On May 17, Ireland-based Crash Ensemble returns to New York City to perform a concert with guest Dawn Upshaw at Carnegie Hall. Composer and artistic director Donnacha Dennehy took time out to answer some questions about the ensemble.

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The Lions of Tel Aviv Come to New York

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Last night, Israel-based Meiter Ensemble made its U.S. performance debut at the 2013 MATA Festival. For our second installment of Better Know An Ensemble, we joined the group—now in its 9th season— to talk about its international touring and extensive works to foster emerging Israeli talent.

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The Canadian Mavericks of Aventa Ensemble Come to Brooklyn

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Victoria-based Aventa Ensemble's unconventional approach to music-making has placed it on the Canadian new-music map. Read an interview with artistic director Bill Linwood in advance of the group's show tonight at Roulette.

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