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Russian Duo

Russian Duo releases second album entitled

Interplay - взаимодействие   Traditional Tunes - Classical Elegance.


Musiq Haus Management is excited to add the incomprable, Rene McLean to the roster! Stay tuned for updates on his new projects, book and travel abroad. You can visit our website at to see our full press release. 


Scatter my Ashes reached No. 1 on Amazon's Classical Hot New Releases, No. 8 on Billboard's Classical and was featured in iTunes Classical New and Noteworthy.

Read all about the album and listen at BELARCA RECORDS


Mount Tremper Arts and FLUX Quartet are the recipients of a 2014 CMA Classical Commissioning Grant, for a new work by FLUX Founder Tom Chiu.  Premier performance on 7/31/2015 in Mount Tremper!!  More info:


The Savvy Musician in ACTION workshop wrapped up its intensive workshop week with the Arts Venture Challenge and announcement of the Chamber Showcase winners. Sixty participants from around the country pitched arts-based business ideas, voted on favorites, then formed teams and designed a venture from the ground up to compete for awards ...


Quinteto Latino is excited to announce that they have recieved a CMA Residency Partnership Program grant! The residency by Quinteto Latino is organized in partnership with Enriching Lives through Music for this Fall and has been made possible with support from Chamber Music America through its Residence Endownment Fund. 


On June 20th, Free Planet Radio and the Opal String Quartet will premiere Ecstatic Verses at the Asheville Percussion Festival.  This three movement piece composed by Chris Rosser was commissioned by a grant from the CMA Classical Commissioning program, and will be performed at Diana Wortham Theatre in Asheville NC.


Free Planet Radio was awarded a grant from the 2014 CMA Classical Commissioning program.  The grant commissions a piece and funds three performances for the trio (oud, double bass and percussion), plus guest artists the Opal String Quartet. 


On May 3rd, Jonathan gave a recital with pianist Marjorie Hornik at the Manhattan 7th Day Adventist Church in the West Village. On the program were two unusual items, Beethoven's "Spring" Sonata, composed for violin and Jonathan's transcription of Sergei Prokofiev's Five Songs Without Words, opus 35, composed for voice.


On May 19, Jonathan participated in a performance of Bach's Fifth Brandenburg Concerto at Scandinavia House on Park Avenue in NYC. Jonathan has performed all of Bach's Flute Sonatas and many of his sacred and secular arias with voice as well as the 4th Brandenurg Concert. Playing the 5th was a great privilege and pleasure!