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Rodrigo is forced to make some changes, not only in how he conducts himself but his orchestra, after a near-disaster during a live performance.

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Adam Brooks
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lola Kirke ... Hailey Rutledge
Saffron Burrows ... Cynthia Taylor
Bernadette Peters ... Gloria Windsor
Peter Vack ... Alex Merriweather
Hannah Dunne ... Lizzie Campbell
Malcolm McDowell ... Thomas Pembridge
Gael García Bernal ... Rodrigo De Souza
Gretchen Mol ... Nina Robertson
Wallace Shawn ... Winslow Elliott
Mark Blum ... Union Bob
Brennan Brown ... Edward Biben
Debra Monk ... Betty Cragdale
Aaron Moten ... Erik Winkelstrauss (as Aaron Clifton Moten)
Jason Schwartzman ... Bradford Sharpe
Jennifer Kim ... Sharon
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A near disaster during a live performance forces Rodrigo to make some changes in how he conducts not only himself, but his orchestra. Gloria extends an unusual invitation to Hailey. But, as the young oboist will soon find out, there is no such thing as free dinner. Written by Anonymous

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These days, most classical composers write on the computer, using a notation program such as Finale or Sibelius. It makes changes and transpositions easy, as well as playing back what has been written. Some composers though still insist on using manuscript paper because they feel more connected to the music. See more »

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Lisztomania
Written by Deck D'Arcy (as Frederic Moulin), Thomas Mars (as Thomas Croquet), Christian Mazzalai (as Christian Mazzalai), Laurent Brancowitz (as Laurent Mazzalai)
Arranged by Suzie Katayama, Jason Schwartzman & Roger Neill
Published by Ghettoblaster S.A.R.L
Administered by Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc.
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Is It Art? Is It Money?
1 February 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

A certain pall hangs over the New York Symphony. It is the ugliness of fund-raising. It pervades this series. I am a season ticket holder to the Minnesota Symphony, one of the finest performing groups in the country. We just went through a strike that got incredibly ugly. It was ultimately resolved at the expense of some great artists. Fundraising is like recruiting for colleges. You have to promise the world and then get on with business. These orchestras are really expensive because of the numbers of performers, the conductors, the facility or concert hall, and on and on. It's easy to say that it's all about the art because it is a job. Actors, dancers, and other performing people ultimately are looking for a big payday and security. So what Gloria is doing here is absolutely necessary. Hailey is being used to appeal to a young crowd, one that could sustain the orchestra for many years. Rodrigo is a bit of an innocent because he sees the art first. Thomas has written a symphony and the Wallace Shawn character tells him it is derivative, getting himself thrown out of the studio. Lizzie comes back from her travels all hepped up. A new guy becomes the maestro's assistant. We are on our way.


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USA

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

30 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Coconut Pictures, Picrow See more »
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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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