Features And Interviews

Texas Public Radio
Interview: Fairouz Fills Native Informant With New Sounds


Huffington Post
Article: Native Informant


WHYY Radio Times
Interview: Composer Mohammed Fairouz


Article: The Disjunct Melodies of Memory and War


Seven Days, Vermont
Feature: Capital City Concert Premieres a Work by Rising Arab-American Composer Mohammed Fairouz


Burlington Free Press
Feature: Composer Reveals Arab-American Story Behind His Music


Burlington Free Press
Feature: Montpelier Flutist Uses Music To Explore Arab-American Identity


The Wall Street Journal
Feature: One Man’s Memoir of 9/11 Becomes Another’s Symphony


Huffington Post
Article: In the Shadow of No Towers 


Feature: “In The Shadow of No Towers World Premiere at Carnegie Hall”


Exit Strata
Fetaure: Mohammed Fairouz’s Symphonic Spiegelman 


Huffington Post/ NYC-ARTS: 10
 Feature: 10 Years After Iraq, A Symphony on the 9/11 Aftermath


NPR’s Deceptive Cadence
Lean but Seen: The Joy of Smaller Opera


PRI’s The World
Feature: Mohammed Fairouz’s Musical Tribute to the Fallen of Tahrir Square


WQXR Operavore
Feature: Prototype Festival Tests Notion that Modern Opera is Dead


Article: The Generation of Sumeida’s Song 


Baltimore Sun
Feature: Birthday Candles for Candlelight Concert Society


The New Civil Rights Movement
Feature and Interview: Love Songs a Centerpiece of Thursday’s Mohammed Fairouz Concert


The Rite of Spring at One Hundred: Reflections on the Rite
Spring Encounters: Mohammed Fairouz


The L Magazine
Mohammed Fairouz is a “Young Artist You Should Know”


BBC World Service
Mohammed Fairouz is a featured artist for the BBC World Service television series “Collaboration Culture”


San Francisco Classical Voice
“Hot Composers Under 35″


Strings Magazine
Rachel Barton Pine on the Sonata for Solo Violin


Iowa Public Radio
Grinnell College Choir Commission


Washington Examiner
Feature on the Sonata for Solo Violin at Wolf Trap: Rachel Barton Pine Storms Into Town


Houston Chronicle
Profile & Interview: Young Composer Finds Inspiration in the Middle East


Houston Public Radio


Profile & Interview: Beyond Poems and Prayers


New Music Box
Feature: “Cross-Cultural Counterpoint”


NPR’s All Things Considered
Profile & Interview: Three Poetic Traditions Inspire a Mideast Symphony


PRI’s The World
Feature and Inteview: Concerto ‘Tahrir for Clarinet and Orchestra’ Inspired by Egyptian Uprising’


Symphony Magazine
Feature: Beyond the Melting Pot


Q2 Music Album of The Week: A Captivating Sextet of Chamber Works from Mohammed Fairouz


WQXR/Q2’s The New Canon
Chat: Dual Nature with Rachel Barton Pine and Mohammed Fairouz


Al Masry Al Youm
Feature: Mohammed Fairouz makes way for more inclusive classical music


New York Times
Article for The Score: After Tahrir, New Voices in a Global Fugue


Feature: Middle Eastern Musical Tapestries


Conversations-with Mohammed Fairouz


Poets and Writers Magazine
Feature & Interview: Poets, Composers Find Sanctuary


Opera Today
Mohammed Fairouz: An Interview