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Zero Crossings – January 05, 2015 – Eric Jacobsen and Wu Man

WuThis featured the return of New York-based cellist and conductor Eric Jacobsen, who is a finalist candidate for the post of Music Director with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as an interview with Wu Man, who will be performing this Saturday at the Bob Carr with the Orlando Philharmonic.

I interviewed both Eric Jacobsen and Wu Man. The music aired during the program included:

Tan Dun – Concerto for String Orchestra & Pipa: I. Andante Molto; II. Allegro; III. Adagio
Lou Harrison – Pipa Concerto: I. Allegro, from Traditions and Transformations
Terry Riley – The Cusp of Magic: II. Buddha’s Bedroom
Zhao Jiping – Pipa Concerto

Listen to the show here:

      Zero Crossings – January 05, 2015, with Eric Jacobsen and Wu Man

Zero Crossings – December 15, 2014 – Eric Jacobsen

JACOBSENThe show began with an interview with New York-based cellist and conductor Eric Jacobsen, who is a finalist candidate for the post of Music Director with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

The music aired during the program included:

Vijay Iyer – Dig the Say, from Brooklyn Rider: Brooklyn Rider Almanac
Colin Jacobsen – Exit, from Brooklyn Rider: Brooklyn Rider Almanac
Osvaldo Golijov – Last Round, Britten Sinfonia
Tan Dun – Concerto for String Orchestra & Pipa: I. Andante Molto; II. Allegro; III. Adagio; IV. Allegro Vivace, Moscow Soloists, with Wu-Man, Pipa
Astor Piazzolla – Histoire du Tango: I. Bordel 1900; II Cafe 1930; Nightclub 1960, from Tango de Piazzolla
Zoë Keating – Tetrishead, from One Cello x 16: Natoma
Halou – Hollywood Ending (feat. Zoe Keating), from Halou
Maya Beiser – Kasmir, from Uncovered

Listen here:

      Zero Crossings – December 15, 2014, with Eric Jacobsen