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Second Inversion's 2018 'year in review' rethinks classical

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From coast to coast, 2018 was filled with new friends, new sounds, and a whole slew of new adventures. We share some of Second Inversion's fondest memories from another year spent exploring new and experimental music. Here are some highlights;

Second Inversion invaded the Classical KING FM airwaves earlier this year when David Lang came by the station to talk about the Seattle Symphony's world premiere of his symphony without a hero. Maggie Molloy interviewed the composer about the Romantic ideals of the artist-hero and how those roles are changing in the 21st century.

As the year drew to a close, we got a chance to catch up with new music makers and creators on the opposite coast. During our trip we sat in on a live session at New Sounds and caught the Bang on a Can All-Stars playing Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields at Carnegie Hall.

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