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Episode 36: Interview with composer Steven L. Rosenhaus

I had a chance to meet Steven at the Colorado ASTA Conference this summer. He is a very interesting composer and teacher who currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University.

In this podcast, Steven and I have a conversation about some of the following topics:

- Why writing the ending (and beginning) of a song is difficult

- Why he wishes he would have earned his doctorate sooner

- The importance of the 31st Proverb in a marriage (and in composition)

- Why "waiting to be inspired" is a myth

- AND MORE

Download a catalog of Steven's music HERE. Contact Steven for a commission or guest appearance HERE. Listen to clips on SoundCloud. Purchase his arrangements at Ludwig Masters. Purchase his CD on CD Baby. Meet him at the Ludwig Master's booth at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic. Connect with Steven on Facebook.

 

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