Episode 6: Caroline Shaw


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Thu, 02/27/2020 - 11:15am
3A Artistic Director Sarah Tiedemann with Caroline Shaw, the youngest Pulitzer Prize-winning composer in history.

In Episode 6 of the Anything But Ordinary podcast, 3A Artistic Director Sarah Tiedemann had the honor of chatting with Caroline Shaw, a triple-threat composer, instrumentalist, and vocalist, and the youngest Pulitzer Prize-winning composer in history. Have a listen and discover more about Shaw's first musical loves and composition inspirations, as well as insider info on the top-secret theatre piece she's working on. 

Experience Caroline Shaw live at Caroline in the City on March 5 & 6 at New Expressive Works (N.E.W.), where Third Angle's string quartet will reveal the world premiere of Caroline Shaw's latest string quartet, commissioned by 3A with generous support from David and Julie Machado, and her own special performance of her favorite new works both with the quartet, and as a soloist. Tickets and more information are available at thirdangle.org.


Podcast Music: Caroline Shaw's  "Felt and Limestone" played by Third Angle New Music and cellist Mariliyn de Oliveira.

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