William Susman belongs to the generation of American composers that came of age in the late twentieth century, received traditional academic training while remaining thoroughly engaged with popular music (in his case, jazz). Susman has written orchestral and chamber music for concert performance, as well as jazz and film scores. more...
Thoughts on Contemporary Music
A recent review of the album Scatter My Ashes in The Voice gives new insight into the poems of my sister Sue Susman. Wanda Waterman discusses how they were set to music as well as doing some in-depth research into the compositional approach. Here are some excerpts from the review entitled Where Multiple Streams of […]
Melancholy, Unconscious, and Postmodern Solitude in Poetry
Setting a Poem to Music
The Poetry of Sue Susman
Quiet Rhythms and a little bit about the music
Brilliant Italian Composer/Pianist Francesco Di Fiore
Innovative Italian Video Artist Valeria Di Matteo
Native New Yorker: What is my view of the story?
Native New Yorker: From what did I draw my inspiration?
Native New Yorker: How did I approach composing the music for a silent film?
Native New Yorker: How did I get involved with this project?