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Third Coast Percussion

On October 2, TCP performs mvt 2 of our CMA-commissioned work, "Resounding Earth" at the University of Central Arkansas. Free concert!

Manship Theatre

The perfromance(s) of Paquito D'Rivera and Quintet, presented with Acadiana Center for the Arts and Banners Series at McNeese University, is supported by Presenter Consortium for Jazz, a program of Chamber Music America funded through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.


September 2015

New Yor-Uba will perform a newly  commissioned work in June of 2016 at the D.C. JAZZ FESTIVAL and at the VISION FESTIVAl in NY.  


The Living Earth Show is honored to have received a 2014 CMA Classical Commissioning Grant to work with composer and vocalist Ted Hearne. The San Francisco premiere of the song cycle will take place in the spring of 2016.


Apollo's Fire is seeking a full time arts administration professional to fill its PATRON SERVICES COORDINATOR position. For a full job description and details about applying please visit:  or email (Newly extended deadline of Sept 25, 2015).


World music trio, Free Planet Radio has joined forces with the Opal String Quartet for their third release "Global Symphony Project." Featured on the album is Chris Rosser's "Ecstatic Verses," a three movement piece commissioned by a grant from CMA's Classical Commissioning program.

Noteworthy Sheet Music

“Eduardo Ocón y Rivas—Obra completa para piano” is a compilation of the complete piano works of one of Spain's most notable 19th century composers. Edited by acclaimed pianist Ana Benavides. Distributed in the USA by NSM.


Announcing our new promotional video and website. Enjoy!

Stephen Dankner

Examine scores and listen to recordings of Steve Dankner's 18 string quartets on his website Interested in performing any of Steve's music, purchasing a score or a CD? Send Steve an email directly from his website. While you're there, you can also listen to over 150 recordings of Steve's music.


Joshua Kosman of the SF Chronicle brilliantly describes our aestetic in his review of our show at the center for new music in san francisco.