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  • Virginia Arts Festival

    Virginia Arts Festival's 2019 season is on sale now! Visit to see all the great events and performances we have planned in Coastal Virginia!

  • bsp6263

    Wonderful article about our work performing for senior citizens, published on October 23. 2018.

  • Wharrison

    Wendell Harrison 2018 Kresge Eminent Artist Monograph

    Available for free download

  • AndrewDrury

    1032K releases it's second CD, The Law of Vibration, featuring special guest Roswell Rudd, on November 20, 2018

    More information about the recording:

  • JosephHerbst

    My current project is driving me deep into the music of John Coltrane. I am arranging six of his compositions for Rodney Whitaker and the MSU Jazz Orchestra I for their performances and tours in March and April of 2018.

  • Crossing Borders Music

    Crossing Borders Music shared music by composers from around the world with K-12 students at Singapore's United World Colleges South East Asia, concentrating on those from oppressed backgrounds and focusing on the theme of resilience.

  • Noteworthy Sheet Music

    Among J. S. Bach's big organ works, the Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue, BWV 564 is atypical in ways that make it unusually well suited to transcription for woodwind quartet.  Arranged for flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon by J.W.Pratt. PDF download.

  • Spektral Quartet

    Our premiere of Tonia Ko's Plain, Air on Sept 15 was a moving, poignant experience

    To learn more about her and her music, check out this blog interview

  • Ars Nova Workshop

    Ars Nova Workshop is excited to be a 2018 Residency Partnership Program grantee. We will be bringing Hear In Now to Philadelphia's Broad Street Ministry in the first week of October to benefit nearly 400 housing-challenged Philadelphians. We will post updates on our Member Profile throughout the grant.

  • thaleasq

    The Thalea String Quartet announces the world premiere of a new work by composer Vincent Calianno. Supported by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, "A History of the String Quartet in its Natural Habitat" will be premiered on December 2nd. Details here.