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Classical Music for everyone! The Open Notes Podcast is the place for anybody interested in Classical Music to learn more, from newbies to seasoned veterans.Open Notes features interviews with soloists and composers, interactive program notes, and discussions about topics in classical music. Hosted by Jeremy D. Cuebas and sponsored by the Fort Collins Symphony
 
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"Woman Suffrage is coming - you know it." Carrie Chapman Catt The FCS performs Battle for the Ballot on November 5th, 2022 at the Lincoln Center. Tickets and more information are available at https://fcsymphony.org/events/escape-to-new-realms-signature-concert-2/ Stacy Garrop's The Battle for the Ballot features the voices of seven Suffragists: Car…
 
In this episode, Fort Collins Composer James David sits down with FCS Assistant Conductor Jeremy D. Cuebas to discuss his new piece, Ostinato Fantastico, and the role that rhythm and dance have in his music. Ostinato Fantastico was commissioned by the FCS in 2019, but its first performance was halted by the Covid-19 pandemic cancellations. The worl…
 
Kay Edwards has just finished a project 23 years in the making. By securing 38 Endowed Chairs, one for each principal player in the orchestra, she has raised over $580,000 to support the FCS and its long-term sustainability. In this episode, FCS Assistant Conductor Jeremy D. Cuebas talks with Kay about the history of the Endowed Chairs project and …
 
Pianist David Korevaar discusses Beethoven's 4th Piano Concerto with Fort Collins Symphony Assistant Conductor Jeremy D. Cuebas. Korevaar also shares some of his early influences and the special place that teaching and chamber music have in his career. David Korevaar performs Beethoven's 4th Piano Concerto with the Fort Collins Symphony on August 1…
 
When you go to an orchestra concert or start learning about classical music, you’re likely to encounter many new words. The most common word you will see (except perhaps “symphony”) is “concerto.” So, what is a concerto? In this episode, Jeremy and Kate discuss what a concerto is, what to expect from a concerto, and some of their favorite concertos…
 
From favorites like Beethoven's 5th to symphonies that you've never heard before, this blog post and podcast episode gives a brief overview of the history of the symphony and what to expect when you head into the concert hall. What is a symphony? A symphony is a specific form that many composers used when writing music. These pieces are usually lar…
 
Dr. Erin Macdonald is a tattooed one-woman STEM career panel with recognition as a researcher, speaker, engineer, and consultant before her current career. She now lives in Los Angeles working as a writer and producer and is the science consultant for the entire Star Trek franchise. In this interview, she shares why she started giving science talks…
 
Composer Gregory Smith sits down to discuss his compositional process, his piece "The Animated Orchestra," and how he writes excellent educational works to engage young listeners. Join us for The Animated Orchestra, live at Timberline Church in Fort Collins on Sunday, March 13, 2022. Tickets and more information available at https://fcsymphony.org/…
 
In this episode of the Open Notes Podcast, Jeremy talks with French Hornist Oto Carrillo about Mozart's 3rd Horn Concerto, why he started playing the horn, and how he escaped from an elevator shaft just before his first performance at Carnegie Hall. Join us in-person or live-streamed on March 5th, 2022, for Signature Concert #4: Anxious, Tender & J…
 
Thank you for joining us for this interview with guest Cellist Anthony Elliott. Today, Jeremy D. Cuebas sits down with Mr. Elliott to talk about his early experiences as a musician, his mission for educational outreach, and the importance of the Memorial to Martin Luther King by Oskar Morawetz. Anthony Elliott joins the FCS for our Solemn, Joyful &…
 
What does a Conductor Do? In this episode, you will learn how to conduct an orchestra in 3 easy steps...well, actually it's more complicated than that, but you will learn some of the things that a conductor does on and off the podium. Hosted by FCS Assistant Conductor Jeremy Cuebas, this podcast explores how a conductor works with an orchestra to p…
 
Welcome to the Open Notes Podcast by the Fort Collins Symphony. My name is Jeremy Cuebas and I’m your host for this exciting dive into the rich world of Classical Music. This podcast is for anybody interested in learning more about Classical Music, from total newbies to seasoned veterans. If you want to learn more, then this is the place to be. Thi…
 
What are the best seats for an orchestra concert? For anybody visiting a symphony for the first time, the task of picking your perfect symphony seat can be daunting: What do these numbers mean? Where does it sound the best? I can only afford the cheap seats. Are they really bad? Is this the front row or the back row? (This one actually happened to …
 
Tom and Beth chat about the Fort Collins Symphony commissioning a new work written by Fort Collins native Chris Pilsner. Next, they discuss the delightful story of Prokofiev’s fictionalized soldier. The Podcast ends with a description of Berlioz’s “witchy” fantasy.Support the show (https://www.coloradogives.org/FortCollinsSymphony/overview)…
 
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