169 - Bonnie Whiting
Next up on At percussion - a podcast the Chair of Percussion Studies at the University of Washington, Bonnie Whiting! Bonnie is widely known for her performances and commissions of new experimental music, and projects that include new notation, interdisciplinary performance, and especially speaking percussionist.
Watch here. Listen below.
0:00 Intro and hello. How was everyone's PASIC?
1:39 Bonnie, your involvement in the PAS Diversity Alliance?
11:52 A common opposing opinion towards diversity and tokenization. Thoughts on having more diverse applicant pools. Thoughts on the importance of representation
19:29 Laurel and Bonnie: Female percussionist + full-time jobs + kids. How?!
26:00 Casey: What's the sound? Daphne Oram
29:52 Daphne Oram's Oramics Machine
33:57 Your collaboration with composer Eliza Brown and women in prison. Upcoming project in Turkmenistan.
42:55 Megan: “A Culture That Supports Creativity” article. Curricular changes pros and cons
1:09:41 Studying with Steven Schick?