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The SOUNDLAB New Music Podcast

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In-depth interviews with international contemporary music artists

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In-depth interviews with international contemporary music artists

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Inspiring Podcast

By I. Messier - Sep 29 2016
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Paul Steenhuisen’s podcasts are such gems for new music lovers - I am not a musician myself yet I enjoy these podcasts tremendously as they reveal the creative process of composers and the context within which their music emerges. Each interview is unique, fun and insightful and leaves me feeling like I have met one of today’s music creators. For example the interview with the wonderful Ana Sokolovic. Paul does a great job framing her musical history while letting her express her creative world in her own voice. It’s a treat to listen to these two talk shop, music and creation, and it reminded me why I love new music so much. So thank you!

Something a little different

By marksealey - Mar 26 2014
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If you want a little more depth, authority, seriousness and some recherché composers (and topics) covered intelligently and sensitively by someone who really knows his modern music, Paul Steenhuisen’s Soundlab is a very good place to start. There aren’t many such podcast series, unfortunately; long may this one continue!

iTunes Ratings

5 Ratings
Average Ratings
5
0
0
0
0

Inspiring Podcast

By I. Messier - Sep 29 2016
Read more
Paul Steenhuisen’s podcasts are such gems for new music lovers - I am not a musician myself yet I enjoy these podcasts tremendously as they reveal the creative process of composers and the context within which their music emerges. Each interview is unique, fun and insightful and leaves me feeling like I have met one of today’s music creators. For example the interview with the wonderful Ana Sokolovic. Paul does a great job framing her musical history while letting her express her creative world in her own voice. It’s a treat to listen to these two talk shop, music and creation, and it reminded me why I love new music so much. So thank you!

Something a little different

By marksealey - Mar 26 2014
Read more
If you want a little more depth, authority, seriousness and some recherché composers (and topics) covered intelligently and sensitively by someone who really knows his modern music, Paul Steenhuisen’s Soundlab is a very good place to start. There aren’t many such podcast series, unfortunately; long may this one continue!

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The SOUNDLAB New Music Podcast

Latest release on Dec 05, 2020

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The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Roger REYNOLDS

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Episode 44: Interview with Roger REYNOLDS

In the context of a discussion of his pieces Not Forgotten, and CALLING…still, Roger REYNOLDS talks about poet John Ashbery, composers Iannis Xenakis, Toru Takemitsu, Elliott Carter, Beethoven, quotation, and the o’o bird. 

May 17 2018

59mins

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Rank #2: Aaron GERVAIS: Oksana G.

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Episode 40: Interview with Aaron GERVAIS

May 17 2017

42mins

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Rank #3: Linda BOUCHARD

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Episode 45: Interview with Linda BOUCHARD

Discussion of Linda BOUCHARD’s pieces Murderous Little World, Identity Theft, Flocking, and her research project Live Structures.

Sep 25 2018

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Rank #4: Mary Jane LEACH

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Episode 48: Interview with Mary Jane LEACH

Mar 16 2020

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Rank #5: Gabriel DHARMOO

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Episode 47: Interview with Gabriel DHARMOO

Discussion of DHARMOO’’s piece Anthropologies Imaginaires.

Jan 08 2020

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Rank #6: Robin de RAAFF

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Episode 42: Interview with Robin de RAAFF

Dec 01 2017

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Rank #7: Ken UENO

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Episode 41: Interview with Ken UENO

On the line from Berkeley, California, Ken talks on many different subjects, including the tattoo on his arm, his early childhood vocalizations, Jimi Hendrix, the megaphone, mechanical reproduction, and person-specific music. With musical examples from his pieces Future Lilacs, On a Sufficient Condition for the Existence of Most Specific Hypothesis, Hapax Legomanon, Fanfares for the Apocalypse, and Shiroi Ishi.

Jun 19 2017

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Rank #8: Juliet PALMER

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Episode 43: Interview with Juliet PALMER

In this episode, we begin with discussion of Juliet PALMER’s new piece MORSE, written for mezzo-soprano and electric guitar quartet. The text is by Iranian poet Simin Behbahani. This leads into conversation about how the text was set in the music, and connection with the 13th Century poem Bani Adam. Palmer also discusses her work with Urbanvessel, and composers who continue to provide inspiration in her creative journey. 

Mar 16 2018

54mins

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Rank #9: Samuel ANDREYEV

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Episode 46: Interview with Samuel ANDREYEV

Discussion of ANDREYEV’s piece Iridescent Notation, poet Tom RAWORTH, comics, and more.

May 21 2019

1hr 11mins

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Rank #10: Salvatore SCIARRINO

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Episode 39: Interview with Salvatore SCIARRINO

Jan 28 2017

54mins

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Rank #11: Brian CURRENT

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Episode 38: Interview with Brian CURRENT  

Sep 23 2016

48mins

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Rank #12: Ana SOKOLOVIC

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Episode 37: Interview with composer Ana SOKOLOVIC

In this easy-going conversation, Ana SOKOLOVIC and I discussed her early years in Montréal, the influence of Serbian music on her own work, and the opera she is writing for the Canadian Opera Company, based on the story of Christina (1626-1689), the unconventional Queen of Sweden. Included in this interview are excerpts from “Portrait Parle,” “Ambient V,” “Dances & Interludes,” “Chiaconna,” “Commedia dell’Arte,” “Sirenes,” and “Svadba (The Wedding).”

This interview was made possible through a successful crowd-sourcing campaign. Thank you to: The Canadian League of Composers,Karen Houle, The Association of Canadian Women Composers, Elizabeth Skillings, Karen Hasselfelt, Neal Bennett, Joan Shaben, Ulrike Narwani, Roger D. Moore, James Harley, Karen Conradi, Bob Pritchard, Roger Admiral, Golnaz Azimi, Justin Christensen, Carol Ann Weaver, Yannis Kyriakides, Mark McGregor, Dave Martin, Gordon Fitzell, Cathy Fern Lewis, Grace McNab, Keiko Yamanaka, Paris Simons, John Mark Sherlock, Jennifer Butler, Emily Doolittle, Luciane Cardassi, Anna Pidgorna, Rose Bolton, Christopher Willes, Leslie Ting, Rick Waines, Carolyn Bremer, Allison Balcetis, Jane Isakson and several others who wish to remain anonymous.

Apr 30 2016

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Rank #13: Robert AITKEN

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Episode 36: Interview with Robert AITKEN

Dec 26 2015

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Rank #14: Philippe LEROUX

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Episode 35: Interview with Philippe LEROUX

Dec 02 2015

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Rank #15: Dorothy CHANG

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Episode 34: Interview with  Dorothy CHANG

Oct 13 2015

50mins

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Rank #16: Jocelyn MORLOCK

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Episode 33: Interview with Jocelyn MORLOCK

Sep 05 2015

59mins

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Rank #17: Nicole LIZÉE

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Episode 32: Interview with Nicole LIZÉE.

Aug 12 2015

59mins

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Rank #18: Linda Catlin SMITH

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Episode 29: Interview with Linda Catlin SMITH

In this wide-ranging conversation, Linda Catlin SMITH talks about expanded time, still life paintings, how she reads, Arthur Rimbaud, and more.  

This interview was made possible through a successful crowd-sourcing campaign. Thank you to: The Canadian League of Composers,Karen Houle, The Association of Canadian Women Composers, Elizabeth Skillings, Karen Hasselfelt, Neal Bennett, Joan Shaben, Ulrike Narwani, Roger D. Moore, James Harley, Karen Conradi, Bob Pritchard, Roger Admiral, Golnaz Azimi, Justin Christensen, Carol Ann Weaver, Yannis Kyriakides, Mark McGregor, Dave Martin, Gordon Fitzell, Cathy Fern Lewis, Grace McNab, Keiko Yamanaka, Paris Simons, John Mark Sherlock, Jennifer Butler, Emily Doolittle, Luciane Cardassi, Anna Pidgorna, Rose Bolton, Christopher Willes, Leslie Ting, Rick Waines, Carolyn Bremer, Allison Balcetis, Jane Isakson and several others who wish to remain anonymous.

Apr 27 2015

59mins

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Rank #19: Anna PIDGORNA

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Episode 28: Interview with Anna PIDGORNA

Mar 19 2015

53mins

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Rank #20: Barbara PRITCHARD +

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Episode 27: Interview with pianist Barbara PRITCHARD, with Anthony GENGE, and cameos by Ian CRUTCHLEY, David LITKE, Clark ROSS, and Bob BAUER.

Jan 14 2015

53mins

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