Amanda Sewell

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  • Music Director
  • Role: Station Program Director

Recent Pieces from Amanda Sewell

Caption:  Thor Johnson and a bassoonist during orchestra rehearsal, 1964-65 Interlochen Academy Year. , Credit: Interlochen Center for the Arts

The Interlochen Collection 0406: Teen Composers (58:59)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

In this episode of the Interlochen Collection, listen to a program of music written by composers when they were in their teens.
Caption:  1972-73 Interlochen Arts Academy Choir, Credit: Penny Payne

The Interlochen Collection 0405: Toon Tunes (58:58)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

On this edition of The Interlochen Collection, it’s classical music that you probably recognize from cartoons.
Caption:  1997 Interlochen Arts Academy Concert Band Tubas, Credit: Interlochen Center for the Arts

The Interlochen Collection 0404: Music of the United States (58:59)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

This program features a variety of US music, from variations on patriotic songs to music by composers who were visiting the United States.
Caption:  Sir David Willcocks in 1990, Credit: Paul Lowe

The Interlochen Collection 0403: Willcocks Choral Festival 1998 (58:59)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

This program revisits Interlochen’s Willcocks Choral Festival from 1998, with music conducted by Sir David Willcocks.
Caption:  Byron Hanson conducting the Interlochen Arts Academy Band in the 2002-03 Academy year, Credit: Interlochen Center for the Arts

The Interlochen Collection 0402: Celebrating Byron Hanson (58:59)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

This episode celebrates Byron Hanson, beloved Interlochen conductor, pianist, chamber music coach, and archivist.
Caption:  Interlochen students rehearsing with COVID restrictions., Credit: Interlochen Center for the Arts

The Interlochen Collection 0401: Interlochen Arts Academy in 2020 (59:00)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

This program features performances by Interlochen Arts Academy students from the year 2020.
Caption: WTC Lights, September 11, 2010, Credit: Karl Stanton

The Lost and the Living: Composers Respond to 9/11 (59:29)
From: Interlochen Public Radio

A number of composers reacted to the events of 9/11 in their music, and on this program, we listen to just a few examples of how composers responded musically.