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Please spread the word and join me for my debut recital at Weill Recital Hall/Carnegie Hall on April 15th at 8 pm. I will playing Mendelsson's Songs without words Op.67, Ravel's master pieces Jeau d'eux and gaspard de la nuit, Carter's Catenaire's and I will end with Liszt's B minor Sonata


1/23/15 - Duo YUMENO was awarded the Baroque Saal Award, given annually by the Aoyama Foundation in Kyoto, Japan.


The Walker Art Center, in collaboration with Asia Society and Duke Performances, will present a new cycle of compositions focused on creating a hybrid of jazz and Carnatic (South Indian) music by Rez Abbasi’s Invocation (Rez Abbasi, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Vijay Iyer, Johannes Weidenmueller, Dan Weiss, and Kiran Ahluwalia) in Feb 2016.


The Taylor Ho Bynum 7-tette will present workshops and public concerts at KCH during our 19th Annual Edgefest, Oct. 21-24. Supported by CMA's Presenter Consortium for Jazz and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

CT Alliance for Music

CAM is also pleased to announce its first House Concert of the year will be held on Sunday, April 26th in Fairfield, CT.  Performing will be the Errante Trio!  Tickets are $25.  Contact the CAM office for details!  Hopefully, the snow will be gone by then!

CT Alliance for Music

CAM is pleased to announce that this year's Heida Hermanns International Music Competition will feature pianists, age 19-30, from around the globe.  This annual event, in its 44th year, will be held in Fairfield, CT on November 21-22, 2015.  Details to follow!

CT Alliance for Music

It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Suzanne Kanner, CAM's figurehead, leader, president, colleague and friend, passed away on February 13, 2015.  Her dedication, love and work in the arts will always be remembered.


Bat of No Bird Island CD and limited edition LP available here, and is live!


The brilliant and adventurous pianist and composer Vijay Iyer is a musician who stretches the boundaries of jazz, but has long reached beyond jazz's vocabulary. Iyer's trio makes their SFJAZZ Center debut in support of their new ECM Records release, Break Stuff.