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      Modern-Day Moonlighters

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      Philip Glass is arguably the most famous plumber, mover and cab driver ever to work in New York. While not every example is that extreme, there are quite a few composers with day jobs – multitalented people, that advocate for their fellow composers, write, work in radio or have a Ph.D in neuroscience. Tune in to listen to their works, and to find out what’s up with the elephants.

      John Duffy – Clarinet Concerto: Madison Square Garden
      JoAnn Falletta and the Virginia Arts Festival Wind Ensemble with Patti Ferrell Carlson
      Available for purchase

      Kyle Gann – Sunken City, Concerto for piano and winds in memoriam New Orleans (mvt. 1, Before)
      Jussi Jaatinen and the Orkest de Volharding with Geoffrey Douglas Madge

      Dave Soldier РLittle Andre 
      Robert Dick
      Available for purchase

      Ed Harsh – Trill
      Cecilia String Quartet

      Frank J. Oteri – Fair and Balanced? (mvt. 1, Remaining Neutral, and mvt. 2, Seeming Partial)
      PRISM Saxophone Quartet

      William Susman – Camille (mvt. 1, Vitality and mvt. 3, triumph)
      Octet

      Dan Gilliam – The Trees are Silver
      Arsenal Trio

      Dave Soldier – Ganesha Triumphant

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