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Circles and Lines & Cadillac Moon Interview with WRIU’s Music for Internets

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This interview was conducted via skype with WRIU’s Justin Brierley, for his contemporary classical show, Music for Internets.  Discussion included overviews of the music played, collaboration between a composer collective and contemporary performance group, what compels the artists to engage in “New Music”, and pencils.

Part 1: Cadillac Moon Ensemble + Circles and Lines Interview with WRIU’s Justin Brierley

Part 2: Cadillac Moon Ensemble + Circles and Lines Interview with WRIU’s Justin Brierley Part 2

Credits for recordings used on the show:

Quimbombó by Angélica Negrón [7:09]
Recorded by CME at Indiana University – Southeast during a recording residency with New Dynamic Records. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Mike Midlarsky, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Tembleque by Angélica Negrón [2:24]
Recorded by CME at Indiana University – Southeast during a recording residency with New Dynamic Records. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Mike Midlarsky, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Canis Major I. Wolf-Rayet Star EZ CMa by Eric Lemmon (excerpt) [1:38]
Excerpt recorded by CME in Dolan Studio at NYU on 2/28/13 (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Meaghan Burke, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Canis Major II. IC 2177 by Eric Lemmon (excerpt) [2:09]
Excerpt recorded by CME in Dolan Studio at NYU on 2/28/13 (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Meaghan Burke, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
A Knife in the Water by Noam Faingold [11:49] – include beginning-3:00 only
This is a performance from an April 2012 concert by CME in Vaudeville Park. (Patti Kilroy, violin; Mike Midlarsky, cello)
Fever Dreams by Dylan Glatthorn (excerpt) [2:27]
Excerpt recorded by CME in Dolan Studio at NYU on 2/28/13. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Meaghan Burke, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Abiding Shapes by Conrad Winslow (excerpts) [3:46]
These are excerpts from the December 2012 concert in Portland, ME. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Meaghan Burke, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Galactic Mouthematics by Ed Rosenberg [10:45]
Recorded by CME at Indiana University – Southeast during a recording residency with New Dynamic Records. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Mike Midlarsky, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Towards the Flame by Shawn Allison [11:40]
Recorded by CME at Indiana University – Southeast during a recording residency with New Dynamic Records. (Roberta Michel, flute; Patti Kilroy, violin; Mike Midlarsky, cello; Sean Statser, percussion)
Bubblegum Grass Peppermint Field by Angélica Negrón [7:09]
Live recording from the 2011 Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival.
String Quartet No. 1 – II. Grave by Eric Lemmon [8:09]
Recorded in Dolan Studio, with Curtis Stewart, Patti Kilroy, Sarah Lemons, James Waldo.
Try the Spirits by Conrad Winslow [10:45]
Studio recording from 2012 (Daniel James, flutes; Colin Davin, guitars; Ken Hamao, mandolin, Alejandro Acierto, bass clarinet). 2013 ASCAP Morton Gould award.
The Place You Go Before You Die by Burning City Orchestra (Noam Faingold) [4:33]
Rough mix to be released on his new album.
Stars Falling Like Raindrops by Dylan Glatthorn [7:53]
Live performance by PUBLIQuartet at Vaudeville Park, October 2011.

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Leadership support for New MusicUSA’s MetLife Creative Connections program is generously provided by MetLife Foundation. Additional support is provided by ASCAP, BMI Foundation, Inc., Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc., The William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, Jerome Foundation, mediaThe foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The Rodgers & Hammerstein Foundation and the Virgil Thomson Foundation, Ltd.

Cadillac Moon Ensemble and Circles and Lines is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.