Seattle, Part 2: On the radio

I just got back from a great day at Pacific Lutheran University. Scott Taube conducted the PLU wind ensemble in a great performance of “Redline Tango” tonight. While I was down there, I also gave a seminar to the composition students, and had a very tasty dinner with faculty of the PLU music school. It was a perfect day, and an excellent performance. My thanks to Maestro Taube for making it possible!

I met a really nice guy at PLU — Gregory Youtz, who teaches composition there. I have a feeling that he writes really good music, and I’m excited to check out his website.

I’ll be doing my first live radio interview tomorrow (Friday) afternoon on KUOW. The interview will be during the 2pm hour here in Seattle (so that’s 5pm for those of you on the east coast). I’ve no idea what I’ll say — it’s live after all (I’m a little freaked-out about that) — but the plan is to have a chat and mix in some of my music. (Hola, ASCAP royalties, I hope!) For those of you who are free and near a computer at 5pm EST/2pm PST, feel free to listen online!


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