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Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood appeared on BBC’s Radio 6 Music over the weekend, performing and discussing classical selections in a live broadcast from Maida Vale Studios. They begin near the 01:34:10 mark in the broadcast, which you can listen to here. The selections include Bach’s “Partita No. 2 in D Minor,” a fast version of his “88 (No. 1)”, and an excerpt of his composition “Miniatures from Water.”
Greenwood recently launched Octatonic Records, a new label focused on contemporary classical music. The label issued a pair of EPs featuring works performed by violinist Daniel Pioro, cellist Oliver Coates, and Greenwood. Pioro and Greenwood discussed their work together with host Mary Anne Hobbs, with Greenwood sharing that his intention behind starting the label was trying to encourage more interest in classical music.
Greenwood premiered another new work, Horror vacui, at the BBC’s Prom 70 earlier in September. His film-score work has included the soundtracks for You Were Never Really Here, Phantom Thread, and There Will Be Blood.
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