Loose Canon Listening Club

About Loose Canon Listening Club

Whatever you think of classical music, put those thoughts aside for two hours every Tuesday morning. Join Sasha (formerly Boy with Girl's Name Morning Mixtape) with open ears and an open mind to explore the vast world of orchestral, chamber, opera, experimental, and other forms of art music.

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  • Tuesday 8:00 – 10:00am

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  • This week's episode digs into percussion and rhythm-based art music, including brand new music from percussionist Susie Ibarra and a collaboration between composer Benjamin Louis Brody…

    120 mins

  • Since I balanced two shows – Loose Canon Listening Club and Boy with Girl's Name Morning Mixtape – in 2020, my annual year-end review is also…

    120 mins

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  • This week's episode takes a step away from the escapism that classical music is often associated with to highlight some works that directly interrogate race and…

    120 mins

  • Dedicated to my hike-loving partner and all the keepers of the parks – national, regional, and municipal – who have kept us sane during this year…

    120 mins

  • Coming a day after the Winter Solstice and the convergence of Jupiter and Saturn, today's episode is about as close to a holiday special as I'm…

    120 mins

  • Soundtrack your lockdown with a mix for climbing the walls and speaking in tongues (to yourself), featuring work by local Northern California artists Laurie San Martin…

    120 mins

  • This week's episode brings you brand new music by Canadian violinist Jessica Moss (of Thee Silver Mt Zion) and Ireland-based composer Natalia Beylis, as well as…

    120 mins

  • Catching up on some new and recent releases this week, including cellist Diana Golden's exploration of Haitian music, Kaki King's gorgeous guitar and sound collages, a…

    120 mins

  • In the second of a two-part series ( listen to part one ), we'll continue to explore classical music that takes cues from the American vernacular.

  • In the first of a two-part series, we'll explore classical music that takes cues from the American vernacular. This week, we'll meander through works inspired by…