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Ensemble Ipse – Streaming Concert of Recent Pieces

Ensemble Ipse is pleased to present this streaming concert of recent pieces: Evan Williams – “Cantigas" - Complete NY Premiere Stephanie Griffin - “Four Bonangs” Seong Ae Kim - “Garak” Elizabeth Hoffman - “For Margaret: Bloom Back Brighter” - NY Premiere Philip Schuessler - “Patchwork Vespers” - NY Premiere Date & Time: Sunday, May 30, […]

Virtual Sacred Masterworks

Virtual Sacred Masterworks is a brand new digital concert release featuring 11 new pre-recorded songs! Access to this production will be available for unlimited on-demand streaming for three months. A balance between familiar and new, Virtual Sacred Masterworks combines the traditions of classical composers, such as Mozart and Brahms, with thrilling works from Black, Indigenous, and People of […]

New Voice Festival – Past/Present/Future

BROOKLYN ART SONG SOCIETY'S inaugural New Voices Festival brings the start of an essential event for modern song. This first festival takes the tradition that created countless masterpieces and re-imagines it for the 21st century. 15 works by living composers, half of them world-premieres, reflect on the past and look toward the future SATURDAY, APRIL […]

The Albany Symphony 2020/2021 SEASON RE-IMAGINED!

The Albany Symphony unveiled its reimagined 2020-2021 season, which will include world premieres and concertos with brilliant soloists, as well as iconic masterworks. Curated by conductor David Alan Miller, the season brings to life an array of new and recent works by a panoply of living composers forging new ways to create art reflecting our […]

Professional Development Panel: Film Composition

The following Professional Development Webinar is co-presented by the American Composers Orchestra (ACO) and the American Composers Forum (ACF). Established film composers talk about the film industry and the essentials of being a film composer. Composer Laura Karpman moderates a panel of experts. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience. Panelists: Terence Blanchard, composer and trumpeter; Kathryn Bostic, composer; Rachel Portman, composer. […]

Quinteto Latino

This event was originally scheduled for March 10 and has been rescheduled. Quinteto Latino is a San Francisco Bay Area wind quintet with a mission to build community through Latino classical music. Founded in 2004 by French horn player Armando Castellano, this ensemble aims to expand the boundaries of a classical music tradition by performing […]

Pity These Ashes: TULSA 1921-2021

The Harlem Chamber Players announce Pity These Ashes: Tulsa 1921-2021, an online concert program on Juneteenth in partnership with The Greene Space at WQXR and WNYC, Harlem Stage, and the Harlem School of the Arts. The program will feature the world premiere of TULSA 1921 (Pity These Ashes, Pity This Dust) by Dr. Adolphus Hailstork (a […]

Anaïs Maviel & The Rhythm Method: listen to the rain

Composer and vocalist Anaïs Maviel returns with composer-performer ensemble The Rhythm Method to present the world premiere of listen to the rain. Approaching listening as performative and performance as meditative, listen to the rain’s instrumentation weaves Afrocentric with Eurocentric music traditions, written and oral. Grounded in the study of the Asian theories of the five elements—rather, dynamic agents—and of the bagua, the […]

The 2021 Festival The Year of the Festival Artist

This will be a live and in person gathering. Wintergreen Music is happy to announce that they are planning an exciting and safe 2021 Festival, designed to maximize your experience and maximize your safety. From July 7 through August 1, they will welcome musicians, students, and patrons in person (from the mountain top!) and virtually […]

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players’ 50th Season

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players' 50th Season Online is in full swing, and at the end of the week, Program 1 will launch with at the CROSSROADS series with the world premiere of Unravel–a new work for solo piano by SF Search for Scores winner Josiah Catalan–alongside Jeff Anderle's brilliant performance of Echoes for clarinet and electronics by Contemporary Players' friend and […]

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players at the CROSSROADS series. PostScript to the Future

This year’s at the CROSSROADS series reflects an ongoing exploration of music that exists in the innovative realms of cross-genre connectivity. The Contemporary Players join their trans-Atlantic compatriots at Ensemble Intercontemporain by co-commissioning a new work from NYC-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Tyshawn Sorey, whose fluency across stylistic streams has distinguished him as one of the most compelling […]

Hal Leonard Supports the University of Michigan Choral Conducting Symposium

Redesigned for 2021, this choral conducting workshop will be an abbreviated version of the University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD) Choral Conducting Symposium. Students will participate in daily lessons with SMTD faculty, gain access to daily lessons specific to choral conducting, and gain an introduction to the SMTD Choral Conducting Program. […]