Composer Danny Elfman will appear as a guest on "Soundcheck" on September 27, 2006, at 2pm EST. The show, with airs daily on WNYC New York Public Radio, will feature Elfman speaking with host John Schaefer about his new live concert album, Serenada Schizophrana, which is his first orchestral composition written specifically for a concert hall, while also discussing his other current projects and future plans.
WNYC is the affiliate of National Public Radio that serves New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut. It is America’s most listened to public radio station. The show has featured world-famous musicians such as Norah Jones, Lou Reed, David Byrne, and Franz Ferdinand. We cover all types of music, from mainstream music like Gnarls Barkley to the state of the music industry after 9/11, to even the art of network news theme music.
The show airs every day at 2:00 PM on 93.9 FM or at 3:00 PM on XM satellite radio. You could also tune in live online at http://www.wnyc.org/shows/soundcheck. Here, you can also listen to any archived show. It is also available as a podcast.