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Laura Leon
01/10/13

In My Own Lifetime from The Rothschilds, by the Bock-Harnick Fiddler on the Roof team, seen in the PBS film Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy, is one of the instrumental settings of songs on Blessings of Beauty. Flutist Amy Ziegelbaum & pianist Laura Leon. New art design celebrates 14 years!

yosvanyterry
01/09/13

On February 2nd, 2012 will be the premier of the newly created Bohemian Trio which will perform at Symphony Space as part of The Music of Now Marathon. Curated and directed by Tania Leon. The trio is comprise by; Orlando Alonso on piano, Rubin Kodhelic on cello and Yosvany Terry on saxes and chekere. The concert is at 7:30 pm.

yosvanyterry
01/09/13

Commissioned by MapFund & Yerba Buena Garden Festival to write the Suite: Noches de Parrandas. The piece will premier on October 5th, 2013 at Yerba Buena Garden Festival, in San Francisco.

 

yosvanyterry
01/09/13

Today's Opinion was selected one of the Top 10 albums of the year 2012 by the New York Time , Nate Chinen.

JKHwang
01/09/13

Just before Christmas, my octet CD Burning Bridge, commissioned by CMA's New Jazz Works, reached #8 on the CMJ national college radio charts.

JKHwang
01/09/13

On Jan. 15 my quartet EDGE will begin our CMA residency at the Infintiy Institute, a middle school in Jersey City, NJ. Students will learn about jazz improvisation, rhythms, imagery, orchestration, individuality, community, and self-empowerment in five workshops augmented by Moodle page(educational web tool) interactions.

JKHwang
01/09/13

The Febraury issue of Downbeat will feature my Q&A with critic Tom Staudter.

JKHwang
01/09/13

My new CD, Burning Bridge, commissioned by CMA's New Jazz Works, was featured last month on National Public Radio's Fresh Air by critic Kevin Whitehead.

nanette
01/07/13

Jewish Music & Poetry Project composer David Garner nominated for 2013 American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Music

Noteworthy Sheet Music
01/03/13

Why not celebrate the New Year with some new repertoire? Take a look at P.H.Bloom's terrific arrangement of "The Wreck of the Hesperus" for theatre or salon orchestra - tenor, flute, clarinet, violin, viola, & double bass.