The most recent Renaissance Podcast peels back the veneer which symphony music can present, exposing the raw emotions which drive composers to create.
In preparation for the upcoming Mansfield Symphony Orchestra concert (our story on the concert can be found at this location online), the podcast includes an interview with Mark Sebastian Jordan. As the promotional material shares,
“An open marriage, a forgotten concerto, and a closeted composer… if you’ve ever thought for a second that classical music is boring, your mind will be completely changed when you listen to this week’s podcast with the brilliant Mark Sebastian Jordan as he tells some of the stories about the music on our next Mansfield Symphony concert. (Mark will tell more stories like these at Symphony Chat with Mark Sebastian Jordan – you won’t want to miss it!)”
The episode can be listened to below.