Podcast #26: Julia Adolphe

What does it look like to be a professional composer?
Today on the show Kelly has an in-depth conversation with composer Julia Adolphe on her journey to becoming a full-time composer. Julia did not study classical music until college, but quickly realized that classical music was her destiny.
Listen to the episode to learn how to set up a website for composers, how a student in the Cornell Prison Education Program left an impact that still affects Julia’s mindset today, and what it’s like to work with the New York Philharmonic.

This episode features “Veil of Leaves” performed by the Serafin String Quartet and “Unearth, Release” premiered by the NY Philharmonic, Jaap Van Zweden conducting and Cynthia Phelps on viola.

Check out our interview with Julia Adolphe through SoundCloud below.

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