JacobTV on the Radio: What Is It?

A 5-Day Festival of Discoveries and Insights

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

From Wednesday, March 17 to Sunday, March 21, Q2 presents JacobTV on the Radio: a 5-day immersion into the life and music of JacobTV.

The festival features a kaleidoscope of rare and never-before-heard recordings, including: the recent premiere of Piano Concerto No.2, "Sky Falling," limited-time download of his break-through Grab it!, piece introductions from JacobTV as DJ, shocking and beautiful video art including a first draft preview of his video opera, The News and on-demand streaming audio of the March 11 New Sounds Live: Ethel Plays JacobTV.

Q2 is eager to continue its festival profiles of 20th and 21st century titans of new music with this festival celebrating the music of Dutch avant-pop composer, JacobTV. Building upon the success of Maximum Reich, JacobTV on the Radio aims to harness the potential of internet radio to provide a sonic, textual and visual portrait of one of today’s most innovative and forward-thinking artists.


Daily FocusFestival Spotlights
Each day of JacobTV on the Radio offers a deep dive into the multi-layered sound of JacobTV, but Q2 also features daily spotlights on different creative strands. These will be curated for five days at 12, a.m. and p.m., during the first hour of a special, extended Nadia Sirota on Q2.

Wednesday, March 17: Vox Boombox: Pop Icons in Sound

Thursday, March 18: String Theory: From Versailles to Bob Dylan

Friday, March 19:  Paradiso (An Oratorio)

Saturday, March 20: Concertos reImagined

Sunday, March 21: Avant-Pop Radio: Politics and Advertising


JacobTV on the Radio Staff:

Producer: Alex Ambrose
Hosts: JacobTV and Nadia Sirota
Web Producer: Elizabeth Zagroba
Audio and Editorial Production: Eileen Delahunty, Mike Shobe, Clarice Jensen, Yuki Numata, Nick Gallas
Thanks to the WNYC Archives, Kevin Gallagher, Naxos Records, Innova Records, Michael Nieuwenhuizen, Cees-de Bever and the Dutch Consulate, JacobTV's publishers, MCN and PEER classical, and a special thanks to JacobTV's record label, Basta, for the wealth of recordings. For more information on JacobTV on CD+DVD, visit www.bastamusic.com.
Executive Producer: Limor Tomer

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Comments [5]

Hi Gary,

The on-demand audio from Nadia's hourly JacobTV on the Radio focuses (Wednesday through Sunday from 12-1) will be available in perpetuity on this page, as will the complete introductions by JacobTV himself on the associated page. Thanks for your continued support and enthusiasm!

Mar. 19 2010 11:44 AM
gary gach from left coast, san francisco

jacob-tv on Q2 radio = paradise

ground was well-prepared for paradiso w/ this week's focus on passions.

having already heard a number of these pieces, they have taken on new meaning in the context of the composer's spoken introductions.

however, couldn't access wqxr.org all last night, 'tho the audio stream continued. ( i wonder : might the on-demand feeds stay up for a couple weeks after this j-tv fest ... ¿ please ? ... )

( will this bliss never end )

Mar. 19 2010 08:04 AM
linda dekker from Summit, NJ

You know what's so funny, I am from the Netherlands, as Jacob Ter veldhuis, moved here a few years ago, and almost 30 years ago he was my music teacher!
He was very funny and renewing in his lessons by then, but never thought he would get that famous...

Mar. 17 2010 10:31 AM
Gary Gach

I much appreciate this week's spotlight, espeically instances when I'll actually be able to tune in. Thank you.

p s
["cellulite & flabbiness" will never be the same.]

Mar. 17 2010 01:03 AM
Vance Maverick

No actual TV On The Radio?

Mar. 12 2010 06:29 PM

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