Trevor Harris

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The Mizzou International Composers Festival is less than two months away. In the run-up to the 2017 edition of the festival, Mizzou Music will feature interviews with the festival's resident and guest composers. MU graduate student Henry Stewart was the featured composer on the May 24 episode of Mizzou Music.


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Last summer the pianist Kyle Orth joined the Missouri Symphony Orchestra to perform works by Serge Prokofiev and Richard Strauss. During a recent interview with Classical 90.5, Orth reflected on making music with childhood friend Chloe Trevor, his rigorous training and his Columbia experience. 

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The MU Director of Athletic Bands Erin Cooper was a guest on this week's Mizzou Music. She previewed this Friday's University Wind Ensemble Missouri Theatre concert.

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Scott Millichamp is the Missouri Symphony Orchestra's Personnel Manager and first horn. He was a guest on this week's Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour discussing what kind of work goes on behind the scenes of an MSO performance.

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Four years ago, a group of young, Columbia chamber musicians came together to make music. The Emerald Quartet is still playing together. They were guests on a recent episode of the Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour. The members are violist Trentynne Davis, violinist Helen Keithahn, cellist Hope Keithahn and violinist Betsy Schlimme.

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During Intermission on this week's Missouri Symphony Orchestra Radio Hour, Trevor Harris talked with tenor Nathanael Hine and trombonist Joshua Bledsoe about their musical paths and work with the MSO.

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We profiled MU School of Music percussion faculty Megan Arns for a recent episode of Mizzou Music. Here, Arns talks about growing up with the fife and drum core and expanding the canon of classical percussion works.

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Paul Crabb previewed this Saturday's concert of the University Singers. The concert features a world premiere of William Averitt's Black Pierrot, a work that sets the poetry of Langston Hughes to music. 

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Mizzou Music this week featured interviews with a trio of MU educators who discussed everything from to the pleasures of a brass choir, footwear for recitals and sharing the classics internationally.

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Fresh off their performance at last Sunday's Grammy ceremony where they took home the award for best chamber ensemble, Third Coast Percussion visits Columbia this Friday evening. The group's Rob Dillon talked with Trevor Harris for this week's episode of Mizzou Music. 


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