Listen: Life with Classical Music September/October Issue Highlights

The September/October issue of Listen: Life with Classical Music features conductor Michael Tilson Thomas on the cover, celebrates the 80th birthday of American composer George Crumb, and includes interviews with musicians Leif Ove Andsnes, Joshua Bell, Angèle Dubeau, and José Serebrier. The magazine travels to Norway to report on an unusual collaboration at the Risor Chamber Music Festival, Chicago to spotlight the city’s eclectic music scene, and Toronto to cover a recording session of 17th-century music with the Canadian Brass. These are just some of the subjects in the fall issue of the new bimonthly print magazine published and distributed by the online classical music retailer ArkivMusic, The Source for Classical Music™. September/October 2009 contents of Listen magazine:
Cover story:
Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas talks about Mahler, Stravinsky and the future of contemporary music – in real space and cyberspace

Features:
At a chamber music festival in the fishing village of Risor , Norway , pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and South African visual artist Robin Rhode mix music and art in a new take on Pictures at an Exhibition

City spotlight:
The Chicago Sound. Poet Carl Sandburg called Chicago “Hog Butcher for the World, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat,” but it’s also a great place for classical music aficionados

Radio Days looks at the changing landscape of classical radio

Music & Life:
Violinist Joshua Bell looks to a Belgian composer for inspiration
Maestro José Serebrier rediscovers the music of Alexander Glazunov
Gluck’s Don Juan makes the transition from the Baroque to the Classical

Discovery:
Composer: American master George Crumb turns 80
In the Studio: Canadian Brass records 17th-century Italian masterworks in Toronto
Crossing Borders: Classical violinist Angèle Dubeau plays Philip Glass at the Montreal Jazz Festival

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