Conversations with Canadian Art Song Project Podcast

Conversations with Canadian Art Song Project Podcast

Discussions hosted by Tenor Lawrence Wiliford and Pianist Steven Philcox (Artistic Directors of Canadian Art Song Project) with composers, concert presenters, classical singers and others about writing and performing song.... Show More

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September 30, 2019 16 min

Lawrence Wiliford continues his discussion with mezzo-soprano Marion Newman and composer Ian Cusson, focusing on more personal aspects of their work.
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Mezzo-soprano Marion Newman and composer Ian Cusson join host Lawrence Wiliford in a discussion about representing Indigenous song and story in Canadian art music and song.
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Steven Philcox speaks with composer Dean Burry and tenor Michael Colvin about the new CASP - commissioned song cycle Sea Variations.
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October 15, 2018 51 min

Lawrence Wiliford and Steven Philcox talk with John Greer, one of Canada's most performed living song composers about his life and career.
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July 16, 2018 45 min

Tenor Lawrence Wiliford and Pianist Steven Philcox talk with soprano and voice teacher Mary Morrison about about her extraordinary life and career.
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February 23, 2018 43 min

Steven Philcox speaks with Jeffrey Ryan about his CASP - commissioned song cycle Miss Carr in Seven Scenes.
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February 23, 2018 49 min

Tenor Lawrence Wiliford and Pianist Steven Philcox engage in a wide ranging conversation with composer John Beckwith about his development as a composer and writing for the voice.
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