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Hello March and Welcome to this month's Crossover Media Newsletter

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Last month we were thrilled to have two-time Grammy-winning composer Christopher Tin join us in a Google Hangout to discuss his latest recording, The Drop That Contained The Sea, his composition process, and how he likes working in Los Angeles.

In conjunction with Bach's Birthday on March 21st, Rachel Barton Pine will be releasing her new recording - Testament: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by Bach. Crossover Media will be conducting an interview day in March with several radio networks and stations throughout the US. Participating cities include: Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, Houston, Portland, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Seattle. Please make sure to visit our Soundcloud Page for downloadable clips and a podcast from the session.

Have you subscribed to our podcast series on Itunes? Join us as we explore our new album releases with the artists themselves! Recent episodes feature pianist Igor Levit and Downton Abbey TV series composer John Lunn.

To celebrate Johann Sebastian Bach's Birthday on March 21st, we have curated a Spotify playlist featuring music from our artists including Matt Haimovitz, Anne Akiko Meyers, Ensemble Caprice, Gabriel Kahane, and more! Listen here!

Houston Public Media's classical station, 91.7 KUHA has been sold to KSBJ Educational Foundation in one of the highest-dollar noncommercial station purchases - $10,000,000. Going forward, they plan to focus on HD radio and digital streaming. Read more here.

Our Featured Albums for March include - Bill Laurance - Aftersun, Cory Henry – The Revival, Sultans of String - Subcontinental Drift, Helene Grimaud – Water, The Danish Girl Soundtrack, and Claire Jones – Royal Harp Strings


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