KW Repertoire Report 2007-9

We thought it would be interesting to combine the repertoire reports from 2007-9 to see if there are any interesting trends which emerge. Each year tends to have its own quirks, but over 3, one should be able to get a pretty balanced sense of what my interests are. Still, there are some glaring aberrations […]

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Repertoire Report- Christoph Eschenbach 2008

Peter from Houston rembers former HSO Music Director Christoph Eschenbach fondly for what he calls “many years of transformative and inspiring leadership,” so he’s processed Eschenbach’s 2008 repertoire as it appears on his website here. Thanks Peter! At over 103 pieces (the exact program of his Advent Concert is not listed), it’s quite a list, […]

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Conductor Repertoire Report- Leonard Slatkin, May 08-April 09

We’re going to be continuing our discussion of conductor repertoire in an upcoming post. To that end, we’ll be posting repertoire reports for individual conductors in separate blogs posts. Below is Leonard Slatkin’s repertoire from May 08-April 09 (a sampling chosen for highly structured research-oriented reasons, er, it was what we found most easily on his website). […]

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2008 KW Repertoire Report- Discussion

You can view the 2008 KW Repertoire report here, which lists every piece of music  I’ve performed in the 2008 calendar year. I thought I would take advantage of the painstaking efforts of my research assistant, former Lehman Brothers Executive VP Flurp Van Doogle and make some comparisons between this year and 2007, as well […]

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2008 KW Repertoire Report

Last year’s repertoire report generated a surprising amount of conversation, so we’ve decided to repeat the experiment this year. Knowing how much conductors love being asked back for repeat engagements, I nearly invited the same conducting grad student to process the list, this time at depression-era rates of $.20/hour, but there are others among us who need […]

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