Andrew Rudin, Composer

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In Watson studio, MacDowell Colony, this "tombstone" records that i had my first residency here in 1963

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with Kamala Sankaram in Watson Studio MacDowel Colony. She was kind enough, as the present occupant, to invite colonists in to search for my name on the "tombstones" and to offer a champagne toast

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With composer Jay Reise and interpeter Teresa

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at the Place de la Concorde

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Marcantonio Barone, Andrew Rudin, Anthony Orlando at the first performance of Celebrations Lang Hall Swarthmore College

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I spent the first ten days of October (2012) in Paris

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Lunch with soprano Christine Goerke at Woody's Towne Cafe, Allentown, NJ

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Reading Masha's Arias with Christine

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Pianist Ana Cervantes in XXV Festival de La Habana

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Had the great good fortune to occupy this wonderful studio for January 2013, where I wrote my Sonata for Piano for Beth Levin. 

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The greatly beloved lunch baskets  There's a saying at MacDowell.... "work is what happens while you're waiting for Blacke to bring lunch"

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Walnut Theatre, Phila. 1972

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Walnut Theatre, Phila. 1972

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Walnut Theatre, Phila. 1972

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Orchestra 200l rehearsal of American Songbook v. 3

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My viola sonata is dedicated to his memory.

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ostensibly the first large-scale original Moog composition

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With Bobby Previte,  jazz composer and drummer

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Recording session for Chiaroscuro (Septet), Prague, CZ, March ‘07

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MacDowell Colonists: Elizabeth Brown, Jane Brox, Robin Hessman, Rosemary McGuire, Andrew Rudin, Matt Wycoff, Luke Labron, Bobby Previte, Andrea Kline, Brian Knep in Sprague-Smith Studio, Feb. 14, 2008

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conferring with Marcantonio Barone in Washington, DC's National Gallery at dress rehearsal for my piano concerto 2008

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With Diane Monroe, rehearsing before Andrea Clearfield Salon premiere, 9/28/08.

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At the rehearsal of his "Voices From The Morning of the Earth: American Songbook, Volume VI, Orchestra 200l, Sept. 29, 2008

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This mansion, built in 1883 by Spencer and Katrina Trask, was established as an artists colony in 1926.   The Trasks had no heirs, all four of their children having died before the age of 12.

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At Yaddo, breakfast with Andrea was a rare event, indeed.  I think she was up all night trying to meet the deadline on a commission.

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Marcantonio Barone, piano  Andrew Rudin, composer  Brett Deubner, viola in Lang Hall, Swarthmore College