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thaleasq
11/01/17

The Thalea String Quartet announces Titilayo Ayangade as new cellist! 

SplinterReeds
10/31/17

Sky Macklay’s Choppy is every bit the impeccably crafted crazy sonic joyride we dreamed of! It gets unleashed Fri 11/3 at BAMPFA in Berkeley, CA, repeated in Santa Cruz 11/4 and at all three recitals of our imminent TX tour. Details here.

andplayduo
10/30/17

Event information added for the premiere and subsequent performances of Ravi Kittappa's "Tacit," made possible by our CMA commissioning grant. If you are in California or New York, we hope to see you there!

Attacca Quartet
10/25/17

Just performed Chris Rogerson's String Quartet No 1.  for the first time and we are loving his music more than ever! Looking forward to seeing some of his new quartet soon.

garthnewel
10/24/17

David has been working on sketches, journaling about Garth Newel. He's made timelines of each movement for pacing and colors and instrumentation. Winter seems to most clear to him, string harmonics and ice cold textures

ALCGuitar
10/23/17

Due in November: John Cage's 'Piano Music Arranged for Guitar' published by Edition Peters

Quince Contemporary Vocal Ensemble
10/18/17

Quince is proud to announce that our CMA Commission with LJ White will be premiered in NYC on Nov 10, 2017 at Arts on Site!  Check out our Events for more info!

garthnewel
10/13/17

Garth Newel Music Center has been selected a Bedrock Institution, by the Virginia Arts Commission in this years "50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Awards".

Noteworthy Sheet Music
10/06/17

Several worthy 18th century duets for two flutes, long out of print, are being re-notated and published by NSM for all to enjoy.  Check out the first of these new editions, Franz Anton Hoffmeister’s Sonata in D minor, Op.50, No.3.

momentaquartet
10/06/17

Momenta got together with Alvin Singleton to read the sketches of his new quartet, Glory Bound, and to share ideas. Meanwhile, we just performed one of his earlier quartets, Somehow We Can, on the second night of our third annual Momenta Festival at the Americas Society.