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Don Byron

New Sounds

New Music for Clarinets

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Can’t get enough clarinet? Music from David Krakauer, Beth Custer, Evan Ziporyn, Don Byron, Alan Batiste,

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New Sounds

Piano-Based New Music

Friday, December 12, 2014

LIsten to piano-based new music, including works by both Woodkid & Max Richter, PIano Etudes by Don Byron, performed by Lisa Moore, & music by Polish composer/pianist Tomasz Trzcinski.

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New Sounds

Music Based on Earlier Songs

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Hear works based on earlier songs for this New Sounds, including Bernard Hoey's “I Am Petrified,” based on Queen's "We Will Rock You," and music by Don Byron based on Marvin Gaye songs.

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New Sounds

New Music for Clarinets

Friday, January 17, 2014

Can’t get enough clarinet?  This New Sounds is for you.  Hear music from David Krakauer from his latest cinematic venture, “The Big Picture,” arrangements and interprtations of familiar movie soundtracks by classic film composers.  Also, listen to music by  multi-instrumentalist Doug Wieselman, (Antony and the Johnsons, Lounge Lizards, Cibo Matto) for solo clarinet and looping based on melodies heard from bodies of water. 

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New Sounds

Music Based on Earlier Songs

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Hear works based on earlier songs for this New Sounds, including Bernard Hoey's “I Am Petrified,” based on Queen's "We Will Rock You," and music by Don Byron based on Marvin Gaye songs.

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Q2 Music

David Lang Hosts 'The Consonant Show'

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang hosts a two-part series that teases apart the threads of contemporary music that took inspiration from breakthroughs of 1910-1925. Part One, "The Consonant Show," streams Mar. 6 at 7 pm on Q2 Music.

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New Sounds

Music Based on Earlier Songs

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Hear works based on earlier songs for this New Sounds program, including Bernard Hoey's “I Am Petrified,” based on Queen's "We Will Rock You." Also, listen to Don Byron's String Quartet,"Four Thoughts On Marvin Gaye," played by Ethel from their most recent effort, "Heavy."    

Music by Don Byron inspired by Marvin Gaye, and played by Ethel. Music by Don Byron inspired by Marvin Gaye, and played by Ethel. Music by Don Byron inspired by Marvin Gaye, and played by Ethel.

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WNYC News

An Enchanted Evening of Music

Friday, May 01, 2009

Terrance McKnight and David Garland brought Evening Music to the new Greene Space stage Thursday night with live performances by some of the brightest lights of the classical, contemporary and new music scenes today: Simone Dinnerstein, Don Byron, Jason Moran, Ute Lemper, John Zorn, and Nico Muhly as well ...

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Studio 360

Freeman, Byron, Glaser

Friday, December 15, 2006

Studio 360 plays against type. Morgan Freeman has portrayed the President and God on film, so what drew him to his latest role as a has-been actor in the independent movie, Ten Items or Less? Milton Glaser, an authority in the design world, tells Kurt why he believes in challenging authority. We'll also hear some musical surprises: genre-busting jazz clarinetist Don Byron, and a folk singer who has befriended a marine in Iraq.

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