In Review: The Dream Unfinished + Contemporaneous

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Vivien Schweitzer reviews "Sanctuary," an evening of music and talk meant to spark dialogue about racial and social injustice, presented on July 27 by The Dream Unfinished and Contemporaneous.

Playlist (The Edge of the Envelope).

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A weekly tally of memorable things National Sawdust Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears, including Cassandra Miller, David Sylvian & Holger Czukay, Eli Keszler, and Dante Boon.

You Should Be Following: Weixiong Wang

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You Should Be Following: Weixiong Wang, a Juilliard-trained clarinetist turned recording-studio entrepreneur, whose Skillman Music has served clients from Lang Lang to Logic.

Video Premiere: Jordan Munson

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Watch an exclusive new video from 'Until My Last,' the latest recording by Indianapolis-based composer, performer, and multimedia artist Jordan Munson, out July 27 on New Amsterdam Records.

In Review: Ansonia Quartet at the Museum of Modern Art

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Rebecca S. Lentjes reviews a wide-ranging mix of world premieres and "probable" New York premieres, played by the Ansonia Quartet at the Museum of Modern Art.

Playlist (I Am Sitting in a Room).

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A weekly tally of memorable things National Sawdust Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears, including Jlin, Matt Barbier, Alvin Lucier, and 50 years of African 78rpm records.

On the Record: July 20, 2018

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New in On the Record: Newton Armstrong, Juliet Fraser, and Mark Knoop talk about all that dust, a new-music recording venture they've launched in July with five eminently desirable releases.

Laura Karpman and MaryClare Brzytwa: Evening the Score in Music for Media

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MaryClare Brzytwa, executive director of Technology and Applied Composition at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, talks with composer Laura Karpman about issues faced by women composing for media.

Playlist (Two Weeks).

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A weekly tally of memorable things National Sawdust Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears, including the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Gabriel Kahane, Yarn/Wire, and Séverine Ballon.

Shelley Washington and Gemma Peacocke: Confronting Sexism from Male Allies

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Extending a conversation brought into focus by a Twitter ban, John Hong talks with composers Shelley Washington and Gemma Peacocke about sexist interactions with purported male allies.