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Andrea Brachfeld

Hi everyone! I recently attended the Chamber Music America 40th conference. What a great experience! I highly recommend for you to attend it next year! I am also in the process of mixing my next project which was made possible through the New Works Grant from CMA and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. 


We are looking forward to seeing everyone at CMA 2018!  Stop by Booth 21 and visit with our manager Aileen, or one of us!  We'd love to say hello!  We'll also be playing a free concert at 6pm on Sunday January 7, at The Church of the Transfiguration, 268 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591. Exciting and eclectic rep!


Chamber Music Conference Attendees: You can now schedule appointments with us online for the upcoming conference. Let us discuss your booking needs!



My CMA, New Jazz Works commission, “Immortal Obsolescence” will have it’s second performance in the 2018 Winter Jazz Festival, in NYC, on January 12 at The New School Jazz Auditorium at 22:40. The ensemble, in addition to Stomu Takeishi and myself, includes JT Lewis on drums and Stephanie Richards on trumpets.

"Journey to a New World" (Fresh Sound Records - 2017)



We were thrilled to have David Biedenbender and his family participate in our Thanksgiving Holiday Concerts! David introduced the emotional back story of "Red Vesper", the work which inspired us to seek him out for the commission. David plans to return in the spring and to be in residence to work on the commission. 

Noteworthy Sheet Music

Russian Tableaux, written for violin, viola, cello and double bass by the acclaimed contemporary British composer Lydia Kakabadse and recently published by NSM, has three beautiful movements, rich in Russian character. Audio samples & score preview.


The Fort Washington Collegiate Church has been a great partner and are so helpful in connecting me with members of the community, who came from all parts of the world, and who are willing to share their stories of immigration with me. It's been inspiring.  The music I've been composing these past


2018 Dates:  July 15 - August 12.

Featuring 8 faculty concerts free and open to the public.