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We have been named one of three ensembles in residence with San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music for 2015-2016.


Chamber Music America has awarded us a grant to commission a piano quintet from Andy Akiho.  Jenny Q Chai will be the guest pianist for the premiere performances.  Thanks CMA!!


The Western Jazz Quartet is the recipient of a CMA Residency Partnership grant! Looking forward to a great year of interaction in Southwest Michigan. First activities September 9 /10 at Vicksburg HS. 


Frank Wallace is among the first recipients of the Ruth and James Ewing Arts Award.

Jacob Garchik Trio

Jacob Garchik is the recipient of the Chamber Music America 2013 New Jazz Works Grant for his piece String Sextet. The piece combines the Jacob Garchik Trio with special guests the Caravelle String Trio and was premiered in December 2014 in Brooklyn. 

Noteworthy Sheet Music

Brahms himself created arrangements of his “Sonata” Op.120 No.1, originally for clarinet, for both viola and violin. Now John Pratt has created a sensitive transcription of this alluring work for alto flute—music available from NSM.

Third Coast Percussion

On August 18 we perform a concert including 2 works co-commissioned by Chamber Music America's Classical Commissioning Program: Augusta Read Thomas "Resounding Earth" mvt 2, and Glenn Kotche "Wild Sound" mvt 4. The concert will be broadcast live at

CT Alliance for Music

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Eve Dillingham, a long-time board member, supporter of young musicians, colleague, friend and past president of CAM.  She will be dearly missed. 

For details on this incredible woman's life, visit

Ben Kono Group

The Ben Kono Group recently recorded it's 2013 Chamber Music America New Jazz Works Commission "Don't Blink" with Ben Kono, Pete McCann, Henry Hey, Kermit Driscoll, and Satoshi Takeishi. The band will play the work in it's entirety August 13th 7:30pm at the Hopper House Music in the Garden Series in Nyack, NY.


"Four Streets" has been made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, with generous funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Chamber Music America Endowment Fund.