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Gernot Wolfgang
12/19/16

My chamber music CD PASSING THROUGH has been nominated for a GRAMMY Award in the category Best Classical Compendium. NARAS members, if you find the time please listen at http://bit.ly/PT_GW Your consideration would be much appreciated. Thank you!

Noteworthy Sheet Music
12/16/16

Noteworthy Sheet Music is delighted to welcome composer Li Qi and publish her piece “Fog” for solo flute; click the link for more information and to access a recording of a performance of the piece on YouTube.

TAK ensemble
12/07/16

The second performance of CMA commissioned O Ignis Spiritus, by composer Mario Diaz de Leon will take place on Thursday December 8th at Brooklyn Bound!

Arts28
12/07/16

Arts28 is a boutique artist management and consulting firm, catering to the world’s finest performing and visual artists. Visit us on the web: www.ArtsTwentyEight.com.

akropolisquintet
12/06/16

Akropolis is thrilled to be immersing themselves in the businesses of downtown Detroit, thanks to a Chamber Music America 2016 Residency Partnership Program Grant! Thank you to CMA and to our "Office Tour" partners at the Boll Family YMCA, Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce, & Macro Connect.

ryankeberle
12/05/16

We're thrilled to have been awarded the CMA 2016 New Jazz Works grant funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation!

Jentsch Group
11/30/16

I've booked the premiere of TOPICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY for my Jentsch Group No Net for ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn for Friday, DEC 2, 2016 @ 9:30...as well as a follow up performance Sunday JAN 8, 2016 at iBeam in Brooklyn...more details to come!

jonyfin
11/29/16

A great review by Pitchfork!

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/22516-moving-still/

telegraphquartet
11/21/16

Winner of the Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music Award, which includes a commissioned quartet by composer Robert Sirota to be premiered at a recital at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall spring of 2018.  

stevegriggsmusic
11/16/16

The City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture has awarded the Steve Griggs Ensemble a CityArtist grant to create a new program of stories and music inspired by the August 30, 2010 killing of native carver John T. Williams by Seattle police officer Ian Birk. The program will premiere on the 2017 anniversary of the death.