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Mizzou Music: Ryan Lindveit

A recent graduate of the University of Southern California, composer Ryan Lindveit will be in Columbia next month as one of eight resident composers at the Mizzou International Composers Festival. Lindveit was a guest recently on Mizzou Music. He talked about his compositional style and instrument of choice, the euphonium.
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Benny Golson On Piano Jazz

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Saxophonist and composer Benny Golson began studying piano as a child, but was soon seduced by the tenor-saxophone sounds he heard on jazz records. He gained recognition as a composer when he joined Dizzy Gillespie's big band, and he went on to form a hard-bop group called The Jazztet with trumpeter Art Farmer. Golson has devoted much of his time to jazz education and continues to record and tour regularly.

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A recent graduate of the University of Southern California, composer Ryan Lindveit will be in Columbia next month as one of eight resident composers at the Mizzou International Composers Festival. Lindveit was a guest recently on Mizzou Music. He talked about his compositional style and instrument of choice, the euphonium.


American Composers Orchestra

On this week's program, Trevor Harris continues his conversations with those composers who will be in Columbia as part of next month's Mizzou Composers International Festival. This week's interview is with Chinese composer Wang A-Mao.


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Japanese-born composer Takuma Itoh has composed chamber pieces, works for orchestra and a recent site-specific sound installation. He will be one of eight resident composers during the Mizzou International Composers Festival, which runs July 25-30. Itoh was a guest of Trevor Harris on a recent episode of Mizzou Music on Classical 90.5.

Angie Zhang

Pianist Angie Zhang joined the Missouri Symphony Orchestra as part of the 2015 Hot Summer Nights Music Festival. She was a guest on the final episode of the first season on the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour.

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On this week's Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour, Kirk Trevor and Jane Whitesides preview the upcoming Hot Summer Nights Music Festival from the Missouri Symphony Society.

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MU composition student Trey Makler was a guest on a recent episode of Mizzou Music.


Amy Appold

This week's guests on Intermission are three instrumentalists who have played with the Missouri Symphony Orchestra. These performers are also area music educators. Siri Geenan, Amy Appold and Mary Manulik offer advice on how parents can help their budding music students find the right instrument and the right teacher.

This interview originally aired on Classical 90.5 on Tuesday, May 17, 2016.

Listen for new episodes of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour each Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. on Classical 90.5.

MU School of Music

Dr. Julia Gaines visited with Trevor Harris about the successes and challenges of the past school year. Gaines is the director of the School of Music at the University of Missouri.


Timothy Howe

Trombonist Timothy Howe was a recent Artist of the Week on Morning Classics, which is heard weekdays between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. on Classical 90.5.


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Georgia Moorhouse and Sheila Kausler were guests on a recent episode of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour. They discussed the ways that the Women's Symphony League supports the work of Columbia's Missouri Symphony Society. 


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