It’s a confrontation between man and machine, and you can sing along.
The music on here, set chronologically from Dussek, through Beethoven and Chopin, ending with Debussy and Rzewski, tells the story of the development in how composers both thought about the piano and how they thought about themselves
So January 2 was National Science Fiction Day. I didn’t know, but then there’s a day for everything now. Science Fiction is my original and favorite literary genre (when other kids were reading Hardy Boys, I was reading Jules Verne and Tom Swift), and I’m glad to draw your attention to this beginner’s guide that […]
Steve Roach’s entire career of music making has revolved around two general poles: generative music and pattern-based music.
in 2019, the consensus pick for best classical performance of the year is…
Any new piece that captures my interest has got some surprises in it.
He’s one of the speculative writers who can help make sense of our current situation, though don’t expect him to provide a solution, that’s up to us.