Archive for the ‘Composition’ Category
Thank you, Ron Nadel, for hosting me and my “Formations” Symphony on KGNU’s A Classic Monday show this week! Here’s a link where you can listen to our conversation as well as hear the symphony (as performed by Michael Butterman and the Boulder Philharmonic) played in its entirety: http://www.kgnu.org/classical/4/7/2014
A Chat with Composer Jeffrey Nytch, Whose First Symphony Was Inspired by the Geology of the Rockies – March 5, 2014 “On this installment of our show, an interesting discussion with someone who’s made a successful career of combining — of all things — music and geology. TU’s Department of Geosciences has invited Dr. Jeffrey […]
In conjunction with the actual anniversary of the Geological Society of America’s founding (12/27), Colorado Public Radio’s Ryan Warner interviews me about my “Formations” symphony for his show Colorado Matters. Listen to the interview here: Rock music: Colorado’s geologic history, told by a symphony
Photos from the Geological Society of America’s Gala at the History Colorado Museum, featuring a performance of my Formations Symphony! What a great night!
From Jeffrey Nytch: The entrepreneurial symphony From Greg I’ve been in email touch with Jeff Nytch for a few years. We have a mutual close friend, and of course a shared interest in teaching entrepreneurship at music schools. Last spring, Jeff invited me to speak at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he runs the music […]
Here is the final video blog, on Movement IV, in my series documenting the creation of my Symphony No. 1: Formations. Formations-Mvt IV from Jeffrey Nytch on Vimeo.
Thoughts on a Cretaceous requiem… Formations-Mvt III from Jeffrey Nytch on Vimeo.
Learn about the gold & silver rushes of the 19th century…and how they still resonate with us today. Formations-Mvt II from Jeffrey Nytch on Vimeo.