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A conversation with Sergio Oliveira (5)

A conversation with Sergio Oliveira (5)

PROF. DR. TOM MOORE Sergio Roberto de Oliveira is one of the best-known contemporary Brazilian composers internationally, and certainly one of the most productive, with close to one-hundred-and-fifty works to his credit over two decades as a professional composer. His busy schedule also has involved planning and production for his composers’ cooperative, Prelûdio 21, and […]


A Conversation with Sergio Oliveira IV

A Conversation with Sergio Oliveira IV

PROF. DR. TOM MOORE I have an ongoing series of interviews with Brazilian composer Sergio Roberto de Oliveira, dating back to 2000, when the composer was thirty years old. The audio file for this 2010 interview went missing until recently, and the transcript has not been published until now. Oliveira discusses two vocal works, an […]

A Conversation with Dan Trueman

A Conversation with Dan Trueman

PROF. DR. TOM MOORE An earlier conversation with composer/instrumentalist Dan Trueman, professor of music at Princeton University, appeared in Sonograma in January 2011. In the interim he continues to work in multiple arenas around the intersections of contemporary concert music and traditional music of Scandinavia and Ireland. We talked via Skype on October 15, 2016.  […]

Entretien Pascale Criton et Carmen Pardo Salgado

Entretien Pascale Criton et Carmen Pardo Salgado

Comment faire tenir un espace Entretien Pascale Criton et Carmen Pardo Salgado (26-11-1998) Publié à: Criton Pascale, Les univers microtempérés, Paris, Collection “à la ligne” ed. Ensemble 2e2m, 1999 Carmen Pardo Salgado: La musique est organisation, selon toi, non seulement des sons, mais aussi d’éléments qui peuvent, au premier abord, paraître extra-musicaux… Pascale Criton: Oui, […]


A conversation with Stephen Dembski

A conversation with Stephen Dembski

PROF. DR. TOM MOORE Our previous conversation with composer Stephen Dembski, from January 2011, was published in number 15 of Sonograma (June 2012), in which we had discussed his early career up through study at Princeton University. This second conversation took place via Skype on Oct. 21, 2012. Tom Moore: Please talk about your transition […]


A Conversation with Carson Kievman

A Conversation with Carson Kievman

PROF. DR. TOM MOORE Composer Carson Kievman, founder and director of the SoBe Institute of the Arts in Miami Beach, has had a long and diverse career, including study with Messiaen and work with Joseph Papp, and a catalogue that includes seven operas and six symphonies. His Symphony no. 2(42) was released on New Albion, […]