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Stay Tuned (Virtual Edition): Rei Hotoda in conversation with Kevin Day

There will be a Fresno Philharmonic livestream premiere on YouTube this Saturday, April 10th, at 5:30 pm PT. Meet emerging young black composer Kevin Day in this insightful interview with Music Director Rei Hotoda as he shares his eclectic music background, with family influences from the Rap and Hip Hop style to Gospel. The Fresno Philharmonic will give the world premiere of Kevin Day’s (loco)motion on our April 17 Digital Masterworks concert.

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Philharmonic free web stream this Saturday, March 20th, 5:30pm

Check out this sneak peak from the Fresno Philharmonic, led by Music Director Rei Hotoda, and their upcoming Digital Masterworks Series! The next web stream will be this Saturday, March 20th, at 5:30pm on YouTube and FresnoPhil.org.

Digital Masterworks Series: Vive la France
Free Livestream Premiere
Saturday, March 20 at 5:30 pm
on YouTube and fresnophil.org

Fresno Philharmonic
Rei Hotoda, conductor and piano

Paul Dukas – Fanfare pour precede La Peri
Charles Gounod – Petite Symphonie (1st movement)
Jessie Montgomery – Starburst
Lili Boulanger – D’un vieux jardin
Jacques Ibert – Divertissement

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Rei Hotoda to interview Joan Tower

Joan Tower is a Grammy winning contemporary women composer, who Rei Hotoda describes as having “held the door for young women to walk through.” Joan Tower’s work, “Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman No. 1” (1987) was the first piece performed in the February American Visions concert. Tomorrow at 5:30pm, Hotoda will interview Joan Tower in a virtual continuation of Fresno Philharmonic’s Stay Tuned series. The video will premiere on their YouTube channel and their website.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Rei Hotoda interviews groundbreaking composer Joan Tower, whose Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman was featured on our February Digital Masterworks concert. Join us for this lively discussion with one of America’s greatest living composers.

Fresno Philharmonic