Pop influence with Michael Torke and Lydia Brown
Michael Torke and Lydia Brown join us for this week's episode to talk about their latest recording project and the increasingly blurred lines between classical and pop music.
What is classical music? What is pop music? How do you define the difference? Explore the cross-pollination of these two genres in modern music on this week's Sound Currents.
Scroll to the bottom to answer this week's "favorite piece" poll down below!
Michael Torke, composer
Lydia Brown, vocalist
First Psalm, Wine That Makes
by Michael Torke
Michael Torke Orchestra and Lydia Brown - vocals
by Glenn Kotche
Glenn Kotche - percussion
Penelope - The Stranger with the Face of a Man I Loved
by Sarah Kirkland Snider
Brad Lubman with Ensemble Signal and Shara Worden - vocals
by Annie Clark
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