Olivia Giovetti

Olivia Giovetti appears in the following:

Immigrant Punk

Monday, June 27, 2011

Olivia Giovetti fills in for Nadia Sirota this week, celebrating America's multiculti makeup with a host of non-American composers.

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Concertronix

Sunday, June 26, 2011

This Sunday at 2 pm, Cued Up brings you some recent live performances of music by composers Karen Tanaka, Tristan Perich, Angélica Negrón, Alexis Bacon, Ricardo Romaneiro, György Lig...

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Three More Reasons: Topsy Turvy

Friday, June 24, 2011

As Caramoor presents H.M.S. Pinafore this Saturday, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti takes a look at the recently re-released DVD of the Gilbert and Sullivan biopic Topsy Turvy.

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David T. Little: 'It's Not Just About the Art, It's About the Ideas'

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti speaks with composer David T. Little about his upcoming performance of Soldier Songs, a searing, war-themed cycle, at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas.

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Taking Off with Lisa Bielawa

Monday, June 20, 2011

This week, composer Lisa Bielawa and conductor Eric Jacobsen join us for a chat about the upcoming world premiere of Bielawa's Tempelhof Etude.

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Make Music New York Takes Opera to the Streets

Monday, June 20, 2011

With the broader context of opera in public spaces, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti takes a look at three very different operatic happenings courtesy of Tuesday's Make Music New York festivities.

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Muhly Mania!

Monday, June 20, 2011

On Friday, London's English National Opera gives the world premiere of Two Boys, the first opera by 29-year-old New York composer Nico Muhly. In advance, all this week Q2 presents a f...

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Don't Mess Up. Listen to This.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Listen to Chiara Quartet, NOW Ensemble and Matmos share a concert bill that spans the outer reaches of haunting string quartets, groovy electronic experimentalism, and instrumental ...

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Bang On: What to Listen for at Sunday's Bang on a Can Festival

Friday, June 17, 2011

In advance of Sunday's annual Bang on a Can concert at the Winter Garden, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti highlights the marathon's operatic offerings.

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The Music that Makes Ulysses

Thursday, June 16, 2011

In honor of Bloomsday, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti examines three key operatic moments in Ulysses.

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'I Thought This Was an Opera Shop'

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

With the disappearance of Lincoln Center's Barnes & Noble, the Metropolitan Opera Shop is quickly becoming the only game in town for classical and opera CDs. One problem, as WQX-Aria ...
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More Bang on a Can for Your Buck

Monday, June 13, 2011

Some people say that summer starts with Memorial Day. I say it starts with the annual Bang on a Can marathon concert. This week, we gear up for Sunday's marathon with previews of what...

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Inuksuit Riot with John Luther Adams

Monday, June 13, 2011

This week on the New Canon we chat with composer John Luther Adams and percussionist Doug Perkins about the massive upcoming outdoor performance of Adams's Inuksuit, as part of Make Music New York.

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RoMANIA

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Romania has spawned a wellspring of composers and musicians that successfully build upon and transform classical music traditions and the avant-garde. Often overlooked in the U.S., th...

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In Greenwich, Le Cocteau d'Or

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Reporting from Connecticut, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti reviews the Cocteau-inspired Greenwich Music Festival. It included a remarkable performance by the blind mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin.

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Deborah Voigt's New Chapter

Thursday, June 09, 2011

As megawatt soprano Deborah Voigt prepares to sing Schoenberg with the Philharmonic and Irving Berlin with Glimmerglass, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti wonders if the diva may be ex...
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Five by Fiedler

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

In the wake of recent news about Johanna Fiedler's untimely death, WQX-Aria blogger Olivia Giovetti looks at some of the author and former Met press rep's operatic zingers in Molto Agitato.

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Transposing Temperature: Hot and Cold

Monday, June 06, 2011

Can we finally put away our winter coats and sweaters? In the last week or so, it certainly seems that way. We've been sweating and schvitzing and baking in this heat—though every now...

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Kahane and Andres Rock Out

Monday, June 06, 2011

This week, The New Canon blurs the lines of classical and pop with guest chatters Gabriel Kahane and Timothy Andres. We've got music from Kahane and Andres, plus indie-rock and folk d...

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Salem, Massachusetts in 2011

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Inspired by the Salem witch trials, Cued Up concocts a witch's brew of spellbinding string quartets, crystalline electronics, mischievous female vocals, and other works that sound lik...

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