Maria Schneider Orchestra, ‘Data Lords’ (ArtistShare) 


Maria Schneider’s writing for orchestra has often reflected her passions as an environmentalist. This was most pointedly expressed on her 2015 album, The Thompson Fields, a poignant look back at the farmland around her rural Minnesota childhood home and a threatened habitat for the migrating monarch butterfly. The recently released Data Lords tackles a central conflict of our age

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