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  • The Westerlies

    Gearing up for our next trip down to Kenner, LA as part of CMA’s “Sound Places” pilot program! We can't wait to perform at the Grand Re-Opening of the Rivertown Kenner Farmer's Market on July 22nd!

     


  • WindSync

    WindSync returns to Opelousas, LA from May 10-13, 2017 to continue its Sound Places residency designed to activate and enrich the city through the intersection of creative placemaking and chamber music. The quintet's special focus in May, National Chamber Music Month, will be literacy and storytelling through music. 


  • sshennessy

    We are excited to announce that we begin recording our first Album May 15th.  It is an album called "The Road Less Traveled," and will feature both The Hennessy 6 as well as the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony!  


  • SoPercussion

    We're excited to announce that we will be performing our most recent CMA commission - Paul Lansky's 'Springs' - at the Look and Listen Festival at BRIC House on May 19th, 2017!


  • whatisnoisemusic

    We are very excited to record an album of new music featuring works by Steven Stucky, Lansing McLoskey, David T. Little, and Joshua Burel. We're working with the Overneath Creative Collective in Kalamazoo, MI at the end of May. 


  • GrandCanyonMusic

    The 34th Season, August 25-September 9, 2017

    Shrine of the Ages, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park


  • sorgel1

    Keep up to date with the ABQ seminar at:

    atlanticbrassquintet.com/summer-seminar


  • Timothy Miller

    224 slices of pi for flute, cello, piano and percussion was chosen as a Finalist with Honorable Mention in the 2016 American Prize for Excellence in Composition in the Professional Chamber Music Division.


  • taggpetersenduo

    Check out http://www.taggpetersenduo.com/ for the most up to date information!


  • Noteworthy Sheet Music

    NSM is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Mrs. H. H. A. Beach’s birth with a new edition of her song Ecstasy, Op.19, No.2, with the original violin obbligato transcribed for either alto flute or clarinet.