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HavenTrio
09/26/16

Haven will premiere "TWINGE" at the Dallas Museum of Art, Saturday, November 12, 2016.  "TWINGE" is a 45 -minute chamber work for soprano, clarinet, and piano inspired by Barry Bearak’s New York Times Magazine article,“The Day The Sea Came”. 

9 Horses
09/21/16

9 Horses won the inaugural 21CM LAUNCH: Emerging Artists competition!

 

musishare
09/12/16

For the last 35 months I have produced instructional videos for VirtualSheetMusic.com. Here is the September 2016 video  ... 

rolstonstringquartet
09/09/16

First Prize winner of the 12th Banff International String Quartet Competition

Rockport Music
09/07/16

Rockport Music is pleased to announce the appointment of violinist and violist Barry Shiffman as Artistic Director of Rockport Music effective September 2017. He will be responsible for planning the Rockport Chamber Music Festival as well as all other classical music concerts throughout the year.

JACK Quartet
09/07/16

Outfitted with two extraordinary new members, JACK is thrilled to announce our 2016-17 season, featuring more than 60 performances and 50 world premieres. Read about it on our new website!

akropolisquintet
09/06/16

Akropolis launced its most successful video last week! Bringing back their Web Premier Series with a work by Marc Mellits, Splinter, they reached a record high 8,000 views and over 40 shares in just three days on Facebook. Read more press here on our page: https://www.facebook.com/akropolisquintet

carolg
09/04/16

Con Brio Has a new free track to download: extraordinary pianist, Temirzhan Yerzhanov playing Prokofiev's Classical Symphony, a transcription by the composer. Hear the blazing speed and unbelievably clean technique in this favorite of 20th Century music.

nanette
09/02/16

For the 80th anniversary of Picasso's masterwork and response to the historical event, E4TT has commissioned Jeffrey Hoover to write a call-and-responsee work for 4/2/2017.

nanette
09/02/16

In the 2016/17 issue of "American Record Guide," Erin Heisel describes the CD as "fascinating," and Garner's music as "difficult but compelling, varied and harmonically interesting."