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Recent Releases

Bang on a Can All-Stars
Album
Steel Hammer
Release Date
04/29/14
svara
Album
Artist
Release Date
04/29/14

Acoustic World Music combining elements of Indian, Eastern European, Flamenco, jazz and contemporary improvisation into an original poly-musical blend.

openas
Artist
Release Date
04/18/14

Music of Departures and Returns is my fourth album and second in the USA. It features other composer's songs for the first time in my recorded career and the choices often speak to personal experiences. 

Ceora Winds
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Artist
Release Date
04/17/14

The exciting flute, clarinet & bassoon trio repertoire chamber music fans love in live performances. Includes new works as well as classic repertoire. Joined by audience favorite T.J. Troy on percussion.

sorgel1
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Artist
Release Date
04/14/14

For our newest recording, we wanted to feature some of the music that we have been performing in concert lately. Much of it is inspired or influenced by jazz, and in the case of Kopi Luwak and Luteous Pangolin, written or arranged specifically for the Atlantic Brass Quintet by jazz composers. 

jazzstringquintet@gmail.com
Album
Jazz String Quintet with Jazz Vocalist Cheryl Wilson
Release Date
04/11/14
Palisades Virtuosi
Release Date
04/01/14

The 5th volume in PV's series of world premiere recordings of newly commissioned works. Works by Paul Moravec, Donald Reid Womack, David Sampson, Raymond Wojcik, James Chwalyk, Jr., Sergio Garcia-Marruz and Steve Perillo

DLO
Album
Artist
Release Date
04/01/14

"a spectacular success. / …he can match the musicality of any player out there…orchestral ideas in his playing…natural phrasing and rhythm…playing is virtuosic but always in a musically convincing way." Bradford Werner

PRISM Quartet
Artist
Release Date
03/25/14

Partnering with the ensemble Music from China, the PRISM Quartet presents works by four Chinese-born American composers: Bright Sheng, Lei Liang, Fang Man, and Huang Ruo. The Singing Gobi Desert reveals that saxophones and Chinese instruments have a natural, if unexpected, affinity.