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"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That somewhere in between. I'm John Schaffer. Glad you're with us for this edition of new sounds these musicians put together a fascinating program with lots of different parts, not all of which will fit into the next hour. But will at least here's Jesus is set with wild up and the premiere of two works by William Patel, one of which features Zola Jesus as we usually do with these new sounds live events. We have a chance to speak with the musicians before hearing the music joining me on stage to begin the proceedings were Chris Rowntree, the conductor and founder of wild up at one of their resident composers and Nika Danilova who is the singer Zola Jesus she presented three of her songs including avalanche. In arrangements for string quartet, and I asked her how that had come about. So I had an opportunity to perform at the Guggenheim. And I felt like I couldn't do just a normal show there. So then I asked asked around and I wanted to perform the string quartet. So I was asking my friends in New York. Do you guys know of any string arrangers in town? And then my friend said Jaji thir-, well, and I was like. Because I am a huge fetus fan. I'm a huge fan of his work, and it just felt surreal. And so I contacted him and he actually agreed to it. And we collaborated on that show. And it was so fun. And there was so much energy that we decided to put out a record of the recordings and go on a small tour, and that was life changing that Chris in putting together tonight's program with with nica with Bill and the various other bits and pieces. Do you see a connecting thread through what on paper seems like a really disparate group of pieces. Yeah, we'll see, you know, Bill, and I had this conversation about maybe maybe you're maybe a little bit less than a year ago. And we were talking about how all these things fit together. And first of all when I heard a bills piece or his mockup for snow dream for the last piece that will play in the program tonight. I'd never heard anything like it. It's it's so frenetic. And so deeply rooted in like eighty s like Lisa. Frank trapper keeper like the uniform. Music. I said, I think I love this also deeply upsetting. And somehow then we saw like Niko living in that world. And we started immediately talking about old music, and we personal so all the all the ideas came from this idea of what is operatives. I think we're living in quite an operatic time, even you can take that. However, you want it, but certainly dramatic. Yeah. Quite painful and dark because there ever been a time that wasn't operatic Russian. I mean has anybody ever lived through a time? God, I wish something would happen. I wonder why isn't there more? Or a crazy person in charge. I can't think of too many times we're that nice in the prevailing wisdom. Nika people who have followed your career as Lola Jesus will not be surprised to learn that you have that in your background in your training when you are onstage in character. How much of that do you use how much of that is sort of consciously? I'd have this technique. I'm not gonna use it. How do you? How do you walk that line? Well for me. It was just the pro project Zola Jesus was started because I couldn't sing opera publicly without losing my voice a day before I had the psychosomatic response to the stress and anxiety of just the self criticism of performing opera performing this repertoire that has existed for hundreds of years and people like Maria Callas or Jessye Norman Orleans price have already mastered it, and then I'm here trying to do it. And it just that is so unbearably stressful to me so Zola Jesus was my way of being like, I write my music, then if I mess it up, that's it. Then I'm just rewriting it full control over it. So regardless of the technique that I use I push in pull based on how comfortable I am with my relationship with my voice. Yeah. Yeah. That is Nika Lova the singer and songwriter who performs under the name, Zola Jesus. And you also heard Chris Roundtree founder and director of the L A band wild up who provide the four string players that will now here backing up Zola Jesus in a set of three songs from the ecstatic music festival. A new sounds live co presentation at merkin hall will hear witness run me out and avalanche..

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"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Support for WNYC comes from Brooklyn. Solar works, specializing in providing solar power installation in New York City, who's gonna show showroom is open to the public more information. At Brooklyn solar works dot com slash WNYC. WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Merry Christmas to you. Terrance McKnight in for the temporarily voiceless John Shaffer. I'm here to tell you about what you will hear tomorrow night. Sounds live concert series recorded on the stage of Brookville place and the winter garden atrium. You'll hear Collins debts an all star cast his arrangement of Henrik Gretzky symphony number three the symphony of sorrowful songs, Collins arrangement is called Sarah. And it's true to the written notes with the sound world colored by metal and Electronica. That's tomorrow night. New sounds any level. And new sounds live is at merkin concert hall on Monday, January seven collaborating once again with the ecstatic music festival. The twenty nine hundred series kicks off with an event between op radically train electro God singer and songwriter, Zola Jesus New York composer, William Patel, and the chamber orchestra called wild up. Get details at new sounds dot org. You're.

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"william patel" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"william patel" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"william patel" Discussed on Caliphate

Caliphate

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on Caliphate

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your be fifty two paci abra cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> <music> so could you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we've found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and shared them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy silica this this is from classical ted more tunnel those actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all the documents found in the briefcase right here is the ward's brigade this is basically the unit that deals will suicide bombers this is something that hulk found for me what about these these are the very first the very first set of comments that i found in a village outside of mozell omar khan comey of the how are you hello okay good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go documents and i wanna go make sure that they got on peace and say goodbye goodbye the documents goodbye documents well eric manny the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum ocoee and me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is lowest anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hendrix cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album molly hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela l to me nassir dotty moving shake custom holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while lead hussein jabbar yousef stella tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's shamali mohammed shot mahmoud james not a joe level derek flood michael barbaro in graham would

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"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Parking regulations their suspended today it's the lunar new year stay with wnyc coming up on the brian lehrer show mayor bill de blasio we'll be back on to answer your questions on all things new york plus emily chang of bloomberg technology talks about her new book broto pia breaking up the boys club of silicon valley that starts at ten o'clock on the brian lehrer show here on wnyc now here's john schaffer with today's gig alert new the marylandbased duo called y oak started out with a guitar and drum based sound they reached a huge audience when they're song civilian was used by the tv series the walking dead they then surprised bans by moving to a more electron a keyboard sound for their album shriek now the badghis doubling down on that change texture by working with the contemporary classical composer william patel and the metropolis ensemble in playing new arrangements of the songs from that album like this one called glory so lori by the band y oath they'll play a version of this with the metropolis ensemble and composer william brutal at symphony space tonight.

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"william patel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kendall pref file seven iconic american innovators from steve jobs two estee lauder to the baseball legend ted williams patel seve paulsen these all americans super achievers had one crucial thing in common they were compulsive and these were individuals who all had these obsession that compulsions but near case it led to staggering success so rather than being a liability the obsessions and compulsions were an asset and it enabled them to jump start their careers and to continue to function and extremely high level throughout their professional lives in any way seem because they were all perfectionists in some way i mean that i could as the negative spin would be they were controlfree expect a gray but they wanted to get everything exactly right and that took a toll on their personal lives most of them were very and happily married or didn't have good relationships with their kids but in their professional lives it put them in ted williams was case put him in the hall of fame in tangara liem's who was obsessed with how he swung the bat right he was obsessed with his swing he was so obsessed with hitting a baseball that his pick up line two women was show me your swing and he thought that that was a way of connecting and he would literally carry the bat with him all over the place his bat but you're you're like he got to a restaurant he carries fat with him not quite that extreme but when he was a manager of the senators he would be holding a bad at all times and he had this hitter on the senators this was no late '60s after his retired from the red sox and he tells the senators worst hitter carry a bat with you wherever you go and break been has the best year of his career hits about to eighty so he tried his sir steep his players in his own of sessions and it often worked fast nicklaus talk about some of the other people for you write about henry heights founder of the iconic ketchup company what was his compulsion he love measuring things and he carried a tape measure wherever he went and in.

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"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"william patel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The grand canyon sweet and that sweet is most famous for one moment this moment called on the trail used in khartoum news throughout the twentieth century it seems and really clear evocation of a kind of borrow or donkey on one of those seemingly endless trails the take it down the grand canyon to the colorado river it was a very colorful one sort of lighthearted piece that further growth they wrote back 1931 since then though as we've become more concerned about erosion and water pollution and the unintended consequences of damning the colorado river and things like that pieces about the colorado river and the grand canyon taken on a deal front a different tint and on this edition of new sounds we will hear a number of composers who've written pieces inspired by and in at least one case written in the grand canyon or on the colorado river we'll be hearing a number of of composers who who contributed to a project called the colorado a kind of ego documentary they call it we'll also hear some music from michael rouse from paul winter and from the pulitzer prize winner john booth or adams all of that coming up in the next hour on new sounds i'm john schaffer and we're going to begin with a couple of of selections from the colorado a multipart collaboration just on the musical and it features the ah the splendid vogel locked have called a room full of teeth here ten people strong the cellist jeffrey see glare formerly of the krona's quartet and the drummer glen cocchi back vest known for his work with the band will go from the composer side glenn coach e is represented so is john lew through adams although not with the peace we'll be hearing tonight william patel paolo pristinely shower nova who for many years was familiar to new sounds listeners as shower warden and has now changed her name and a couple of others so we'll be listening to uh some of the opening music beginnings is a work written by glenn cocchi and an unknown distance yet to run is a work written by shower nova and where texts appear they are generally those of william to boy as which brings up another collaborator in the film version of this piece.

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