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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.


EC to Premiere Chamber Music America New Jazz Work, the San Jose Suite on August 8th 2015 at the San Jose Jazz Festival.  

here's a Video preview of the suite


Line C3 to give 3 performances of Four Streets, the new percussion quartet by Sean Friar, at Shapeshifter Lab in Brooklyn. 3 performances: August 28th (7:30pm), 29th (7:30pm), 30th (2pm).


I the Siren is proud to announce that we have advanced to the Semi-Final Round in the American Prize in chamber music!

Jentsch Group

Excited that my Jentsch Group No Net is among the latest grantees of the CMA New Jazz Works Program...thanks to the CMA staff and The Doris Duke Foundation!


We have been awarded a commissioning grant through CMA's Classical Commissioning program!  Corey Dundee, our tenor saxophonist and a wonderful composer, will be composing a new work for saxophone quartet and we will premiere the piece in 2017!

A big thanks to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Chamber Music Endowment Fund!

Altius Quartet

Altius Quartet is a recipient of the CMA Classical Commissioning Grant!  

We are working with composer Michael Ippolito and are excited for his new work.  Ippolito serves as Assisstant Professor of Composition at Texas State University.

Press release here:

Noteworthy Sheet Music

Visit the NSM website for more information on the recently published edition of Antonín Dvořák’s beautiful Ballada”, Op.15, transcribed for alto flute and piano.  Originally for violin, the piece works nicely on alto flute.