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akropolisquintet
10/27/16

We are thrilled to announce we have received a grant from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs to support our 2017 Detroit “Corporate to Corner Tour” comprised of 10 events reaching 1,300 students and adults this January!

RushHourConcerts
10/26/16

Rush Hour Concerts and the International Music Foundation have merged under one flagship banner! Read more here.

ACMP
10/22/16

ACMP Associated Chamber Music Players announced today the appointment of Jennifer Clarke as Executive Director, effective November 1.  For more details click here.

Noteworthy Sheet Music
10/18/16

Written in 1902 for violin (or cello) and piano, popular and often adapted for other instruments, Max Reger’s “Romanze” in G major is a lovely addition to Noteworthy Sheet Music’s collection of tasteful transcriptions for alto flute and piano.

atlantachamberplayers
10/12/16

The Atlanta Chamber Players announce their concert programs for the 2016-2017 season. World Premieres, a Free Concert, and an All-Norwegian Program are some of the highlights. Read the press release here. 

Allegria Ensemble
10/11/16

The Allegria Ensemble has received a grant from the PA Council on the Arts to perform concerts in Centre County schools in May of 2017.  Our program is "How to Listen to Classical Music" and features our trio of violin, oboe, and cello performing many short works from 1600 to contemporary music during CMA Chamber Music month.

laursenjl
10/05/16

Upcoming Concerts

New York University Abu Dhabi on 19 April

American Community School on 20 April

Khalifa University – TBA

Manarat Al Saadiyat – TBA

DelSolQuartet
09/30/16

Our first part of our CMA residency at the Richmond Art Center was "Why Patterns?"  The kids were inspired by music of Terry Riley, DBR, and Ruth Crawford and went on to make fabulous art.

Noteworthy Sheet Music
09/26/16

NSM’s transcription of Dvořák’s “Sonatina”, Op. 100, for A-clarinet is sure to please.  This truly delightful piece, written for violin and piano and dedicated to the composer’s own children, now can be enjoyed by clarinetists as well.