If you’ve missed some of the recent coverage of the Mizzou New Music Summer Festival in the news media, here’s your chance to catch up.
* On Sunday, the Columbia Daily Tribune published a thoughtful and comprehensive preview story about the Festival by Aarik Danielsen.
* The St. Louis Beacon last week had a nice feature story about the Festival, written by Neel Thakkar.
* Stephanie Berg, who recently earned her master’s degree at Mizzou and is one of the resident composers for this year’s Festival, was featured in last week’s issue of Columbia’s VOX magazine.
* Mizzou’s Stefan Freund was on KBIA’s “Radio Friends with Paul Pepper” last week to talk about the Festival. You can listen to streaming audio of the program, or watch in the embedded video window below.
And while we’re on the subject of media coverage, composer and Mizzou graduate Patrick David Clark‘s recent trip to Iraq also got some notice from the press in his hometown of St. Louis.
Before Clark left to go teach high school students at American Voices‘ YES Academy in northern Iraq, he was interviewed by KSDK’s Art Holliday for the 4:00 p.m. newscast on the NBC affiliate. You can watch a clip of that interview here.
Clark also was interviewed before his departure by Nate Birt of Nate Birt of Clayton/Richmond Heights Patch.com.
When Clark returned to the USA last week, he did a follow-up interview with Holliday, which can be seen online here.