Azica Records’ recording of the San Francisco Symphony playing Jerod ‘Impichchaachaaha’ Tate’s Tracing Mississippi, a four movement concerto for flute and orchestra, and Iholba’ for solo flute, orchestra, and chorus, (reviewed here by Jay Batzner) has been nominated for a NAMMY Award (Native American Music Award).

This is the 11th year for the Awards which will be announced on October 3 in Niagara Falls.

Here’s an interesting interview with Tate from YouTube:

One Response to “Tracing Jerod ‘Impichchaachaaha’ Tate”
  1. If I am addressing this to the wrong person and email, please let me know. I am very interested in interviewing Jerod Impichchaachaacha’ Tate on my program, Monday Afternoon Classics with Gandalf, which airs every Monday from Noon to 2:00PM, Eastern Time. I broadcast only “classical” music written after 1900, concentrating on contemporary composers. We stream. You can hear my last week’s program (Oct. 5, 2009) by going to our website, or you can tune in to my program today by doing same.

    I have interviewed, over the years, many composers and performers, including George Crumb, Lee Hoiby ( a couple of weeks ago) Terry Riley, and too many others to mention.

    If you are interested, you can contact me at: gandalf@bronzedragon5.com.

    Cheers and thanks!

    Gandalf

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