127 - She-e Wu
Despite coming off a worldwide tour of concerts and teaching, She-e Wu was gracious enough to join us for this episode on her one day off between travel and resuming teaching at Northwestern. We talk about the soloist-travel life, about developing technique, and the future of our rep.
Watch here. Listen below.
0:00 Intro and hello
3:10 She-e and the Ewazen Concerto
7:45 Larry Lawless: time balance and schedule?
12:20 Horn collaboration and CD
14:00 Touring and emotions that follow
23:45 Teaching vs performing full-time?
26:27 Getting started, Doc (Robert Schietroma) from UNT, Mr. Ju, coming to UNT from Taiwan
35:20 Troy Hall: favorite memory of UNT drumline?
38:25 Boston Globe article - Boston Symphony and more calls
for more diverse composers
51:00 She-e as a composer
55:00 Will Marinelli: how can we continue to advance marimba literature and performance?
59:47 William Brown: building chops without damaging your hands?
1:06:02 AJ Covey: your thoughts on the barrier system?