All musical tastes fed with the Sandwich
In a recent article posted in the Irish Times, author Michael Dungan spoke with cellist Adrian Mantu about how the juxtapositioning of new music with classics by Mozart or Haydn can be revelatory. Take his example of Irish composer Jennifer Walshe's composition Minard/Nithsdale performed several years ago in concert with his ConTempo Quartet.
In this article, three ensembles performed musical sandwiches of early or classic repertoire that served as the bread around the meat of new music. Read the full article to gain some interesting perspectives.