Current Listening vol VI
I hope I'm not a criticize by admin or Op but I had to start a new thread for Currently Listening VI in classical music domain...
The reason is this a new purchase Monteverdi on Stradivarius label from 1997 called:Monteverdi: Motets and Madrigals for two sopranos, an...
Tell us who do you think is the current main character of the universe and why do you think so. These answers are automatically invalid:
1. "Me" (A true main character denies his main characterness), you can't suggest that you yourself are the main character
3. "Everyone's the main...
Pretty straight forward-list your favorites and keep it current!
Christopher Purves (Baritone)
René Pape (Bass)
Bryn Terfel (Bass)
Bejun Mehta (Countertenor)
John Tomlinson (Bass)
Barbara Hannigan (Soprano)
Deborah Kayser (Soprano)
My question is:
Of recent or living composers, whose music represents trend(s), for the future, that you find most salient or exciting?
Indirectly, this is asking you, as you look forward, which direction(s) do you think classical music should go?
(This thread is meant to focus on the...
A new thread for the same subject matter.
The previous thread, Current Listening Vol II, has become another huge file, and to prevent any problems we were having in the original Current Listening Vol I thread, we have created this new volume to continue posting.
I thought I should start a thread to share and celebrate the current composers from where we live (city or country).
For Melbourne, Australia, I'm going to recommend Anthony Pateras. He has composed a range of pieces across genres such as electronic/electro-acoustic (in collaboration with...