Minnesota Opera's Rocky, Lee, and Paige have been innovating the classical field with their hit podcast, "The Score". They join Garrett (56:30) to talk about the musical inspirations of the podcast, the issues they're working to engage within the opera field, and the nuances of leaving those who don't want to change behind. Scott offers music by Matisyahu, Garrett highlights a string quartet by Michael Laster, and the guys recount their week away from the studio, from the good to the bad.
Support for TRILLOQUY comes from Schubert Club: https://schubert.org
Louis Armstrong - "Spooks"
Inbal Segev - "Room to Move" for Cello Octet
The Verve - "Bitter Sweet Symphony"
Michael Laster - "Graffiti for Idealists"
Matisyahu - "One Day"
The Fugees - "Ready or Not"
Lauryn Hill - "I Gotta Find Peace of Mind"
Heitor Villa-Lobos - Trio for Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon
The Score Podcast: https://mnopera.org/edi/the-score/
Louis Armstrong Museum: https://www.louisarmstronghouse.org
Glenn Alexander II Makes Carnegie Hall Debut: https://www.msmnyc.edu/news/msm-doctoral-student-glenn-alexander-ii-makes-carnegie-hall-debut-conducting-jon-batistes-american-symphony/
Talent Exodus in Classical Music: https://www.classicfm.com/music-news/report-classical-industry-parents-women-carers/
Michael Laster: https://www.michaellaster.com/listen
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