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It’s flickering light and melting images on Now is the Time, Sunday, November 4th at 10 pm. Eric Moe channels the Nightingale ode of Keats by way of flute and piano, and Joseph Waters rocks Vivaldi to a fare-thee-well through a violin and band.

Bertolozzi makes a very large object (the Mid-Hudson Bridge) sing, Stucky does the same with an orchestra, and Neuburg and Amirkhanian mesmerize one violin into receding reflections of shimmering voices.

Host Kile Smith brings you Now is the Time, American contemporary music on WRTI-HD2 and the all-classical stream at


Amy X Neuburg. Nonette
Eric Moe. Fled Is That Music
Steven Stucky. Son et Lumière
Joseph Waters. Vivaldi Fireflies
Joseph Bertolozzi. “Meltdown” from Bridge Music
Charles Amirkhanian. Rippling the Lamp

from Bertolozzi “Meltdown” from Bridge Music:

Now is the Time combines all styles of concert music by living American composers, every Sunday night at 10. Here are the recording details and complete schedule.

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