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Quintet of the Americas
07/07/15

Quintet of the Americas will present The Melting Pot, concerts on June 9 at The Salvation Army in Jackson Heights and June 11 at Catholic Charities Bayside Senior Center in Bayside, NY, with music by Daniel Ott, Valerie Coleman, Xinyan Li, Stuart Balcomb, Mohammed Fairouz, Ljova, Gunther Schuller and Carlos Franzetti.

Quintet of the Americas
07/07/15

Quintet of the Americas will present The Melting Pot, a concert at Queens Botanical Garden including a new work by Daniel Ott, and music by Stuart Balcomb, Valerie Coleman, Xinyan Li, Carl MaultsBy, Lev Zhurbin, Louis Ballard and Carlos Franzetti.

Quintet of the Americas
07/07/15

Quintet of the Americas will present Musical Color in the Garden, a concert at Queens Botanical Garden. Music includes works by Marcus Redden, John Steinmetz, Edward MacDowell, Luis Calvo, Duke Ellington, Matt Sullivan and a new work by Xinyan Li.

Quintet of the Americas
07/07/15

Quintet of the Americas will present A Celebration of Queens Composers on March 23  at the Flushing Branch of Queens Library, featuring woodwind quintets by Beata Moon,  James Cohn, Dylan Glatthorn, Christopher Caliendo and the premiere of a new work based on Tibetan influence by Xinyan Li.

Quintet of the Americas
07/07/15

Quintet of the Americas will present Queens, NY concerts on June 11 at the Salvation Army Temple in Jackson Heights, June 12 at Catholic Charities Bayside Senior Center in Bayside and June 14 at Langston Hughes Library & Cultural Center in Corona. These Memory Project concerts feature commissions based on interviews with Queens seniors.

wild rumpus
07/07/15

Wild Rumpus is honored to be among the 2015 CMA Classical Commissioning grantees. The grant was awarded to commission composer Dan VanHassel to write a song cycle for Wild Rumpus with text by Bay Area songwriter Jesse Rimler.

Artaria String Quartet
07/06/15

Artaria is delighted to receive a CMA Residency Partnership grant for 2015-16 with the Reif Arts Council serving the Itasca Strings Program, Grand Rapids Area Library, Elkington Middle School, Pleasant Seasons Nursing Home, Forest Lake and Murphy Elementary, Veteran of Foreign Wars Club, KAXE Radio, Grand Itasca Clinic, and the WMCA.<

WMUJazz
07/05/15

Western Michigan University and the WJQ will partner with the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival and deliver lecture/demonstrations to schools in a 50-mile radius of Kalamazoo. http://bit.ly/1dGkqbQ

Master Players Concert Series
07/03/15

6ixwire Project, MPCS' Ensemble-in-Residence, proudly announces the receipt of a prestigious CMA grant for 2015-16 season. 6ixwire will present educational multimedia presentations in various locations in the region to promote chamber music and cultural understanding. Community partners are listed in the presenter description above.

Noteworthy Sheet Music
07/03/15

Fauré’s “Vocalise-Étude (Pièce)” is a lovely and poignant piece of music, not merely a vocal exercise but a musical work of considerable beauty.  A new transcription for alto flute and piano is available from NSM.