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Musical America recently unveiled Unscripted, a series of short casual video conversations with interesting figures in the performing arts industry. We get into everything from their guilty pleasures to important advice.

Francisco Núñez
Composer, Founder of Young People's Chorus NYC,
Musical America Educator of the Year
Famed composer and educator Francisco Núñez sat with Unscripted to tell us about children fainting onstage, his journey toward being a dog lover, and his secret and guilty pleasure (hint: he keeps it in his pocket).

Aaron Diehl
Composer, Pianist
In this third installment of our behind-the-curtain interviews, Aaron Diehl, world-famous composer and pianist, tells us why James Bond is important to him and what it's like to watch sports with his Olympian mom.

Cori Ellison
Dramaturg, Santa Fe Opera
Unscripted sat with Santa Fe Opera's dramaturg, Cori Ellison, who told us what happens when characters die in the wrong spot, explained to us her "everything" beacon and let us know why dinner with Mozart would be a "blast."

Aaron Diehl
Composer, Pianist
In this third installment of our behind-the-curtain interviews, Aaron Diehl, world-famous composer and pianist, tells us why James Bond is important to him and what it's like to watch sports with his Olympian mom.

Tanya Bannister
President, Concert Artists Guild
In this second instalment, Tanya Bannister, head of Concert Artists Guild, divulges her most embarrassing career moment as well as her what she might be doing if she weren't in the performing arts.

Mason Bates
Composer, Curator, DJ
Musical America Composer of the Year 2018
During the first installment of Unscripted with world-renowned composer Mason Bates, Mason let us know his guilty pleasure and what words of sage advice he would have for his younger self.
 

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