Professional Development Panel: Programming & Digital Curation

The following Professional Development Webinar is co-presented by the American Composers Orchestra (ACO) and the American Composers Forum (ACF). How does traditional programming change when it’s focused online? Where is classical music headed in the digital age? American Composers Orchestra Artistic Director Derek Bermel moderates a panel of experts, followed by a Q&A with the audience. Panelists: Keith Obadike, maker of music, art, and literature […]

AACM Conversation with Rudresh Mahanthappa

AACM in Conversation with Rudresh Mahanthappa Moderated by Dameun Strange on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 3PM CT Join artist and AACM member Renee Baker and artist Rudresh Mahanthappa's discussion of the work Rudresh has developed for AACM through our ACF l connect program. We'll learn about Rudresh's inspiration for the improvisation-driven piece and the […]

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ACF Artist Equity Summit: Twin Cities Arts Leaders

As we have reached out to artists and leaders in our community, we hear a consistent need and desire to connect with one another and support each other in these times. ACF seeks to share our platform to bring our circles together and build relationships, share experiences, and strengthen our work through dialogue and art-making. […]

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ACF Artist Equity Summit: Twin Cities Arts Leaders

As we have reached out to artists and leaders in our community, we hear a consistent need and desire to connect with one another and support each other in these times. ACF seeks to share our platform to bring our circles together and build relationships, share experiences, and strengthen our work through dialogue and art-making. […]

Look + Listen – VIOLA YIP + KEN UENO | Forms of Erasure (premiere)

Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 3 PM CT | 4 PM EST/UTC-4 (1pm PST | 10pm CET/UTC+2) Viola Yip + Ken Ueno will present an hour-long live telematic multimedia performance. In this new piece for the Look + Listen Festival, they ask: How can we reclaim time from the COVID-19 malaise of non-time? What are […]

Fac Favorites: Part Three

Members of the Space Coast Symphony Youth Orchestras will perform side-by-side with their professional SCSO counterparts in an inspiring program that also includes the world premieres of Vero Beach resident Michael Daugherty’s (a BandQuest composer) "Italian Sojourn" and of Thomas Joseph’s "Concerto Dystonia" for horn and orchestra, which chronicles the composer’s own battle with task-specific […]

A Brighter Tomorrow

This is a Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Concert Inspired by sacred music, this program looks toward a brighter tomorrow after a year filled with uncertainty. Stirring selections by Sergei Rachmaninoff lead the program, along with the world premiere of a new work for solo flute by American Indian composer Brent Michael Davids (a BandQuest composer). […]

Songs of Sorrow, Songs of Hope

Inspired by sacred music, this program looks toward a brighter tomorrow after a year filled with uncertainty. Stirring selections from Sergei Rachmaninoff’s piano compositions and George Walker’s First String Quartet lead the program, along with the world premiere performance of American Indian composer Brent Michael Davids’ (a BandQuest composer) new work for solo flute. We […]

Telegraph Quartet Performs Virtual Concert Presented by Music in Corrales

Beginning on Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 8:30 PM CT | 7:30 PM MDT the Telegraph Quartet (Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violins; Pei-Ling Lin, viola; Jeremiah Shaw, cello) is presented in a virtual performance by Music in Corrales. Tickets to access the performance are $15, available here. Registrants will be sent a private YouTube […]

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Candace Johnson’s Musical Series: The Art Songs of Black Composers

In her new solo performance musical series, soprano and actress Candace Johnson shines a light on the art songs and lives of Black American composers. Much of the African American art song literature is not widely heard, though it has been a part of the classical music canon since the late 19th century. Through song and theatrical […]

SFCMP in the COMMUNITY series. Sound Encounters

This year's in the COMMUNITY series concert features two works that are fully electronic and audio-visual in concept - a piece by Finnish composer Maija Hynninen, with a new video accompaniment by film artist Olivia Ting, and a newly expanded work by California-based composer Jon Kulpa, who’s developed both the audio and visual aspects of […]

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Candace Johnson’s Musical Series: The Art Songs of Black Composers

In her new solo performance musical series, soprano and actress Candace Johnson shines a light on the art songs and lives of Black American composers. Much of the African American art song literature is not widely heard, though it has been a part of the classical music canon since the late 19th century. Through song and theatrical […]