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Members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus at Carnegie Hall on May 11. They performed an evening-long piece about Lyndon Johnson and the social issues that surrounded his presidency.
May 11, 2011 Steven Stucky's August 4, 1964 centers on the day two issues in Johnson's Presidency converged: the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. Hear its New York premiere.
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February 9, 2009 Classical icons such as Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Saint-Saëns got pushed aside at this year's Grammy Awards to make way for names such as Stucky, Schoenberg, Carter and Paulus. Hear some of the winning recordings.
August 22, 2005 Pulitzer-winning composer Steven Stucky has much to say about composing, his colleagues and the music of Bach. Performance Today catches up with him at the Aspen Music Festival. Then, we hear a performance of his Partita-Pastorale (after J.S. Bach).
April 5, 2005 Steven Stucky, a Cornell professor, composer and conductor, has won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for music. His award-winning composition, the Second Concerto for Orchestra, premiered March 12, 2004.
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